GoCampingAmerica.com | Posted February 17th, 2021

5 Campgrounds Where You Can Indulge Your Love of ATVing

Happy Camper Blog

If you and your family and friends love to go ATVing, you’re certainly not alone. According to the ATV Safety Institute, more than 35 million Americans ride all-terrain vehicles. So if you’re looking for new places where you can combine your love of camping with your passion for ATVing, we’ve got you covered. Here are five spots across the country where you can find some great trails:

1. ARIZONA

Circle Pines KOA, Williams

This award-winning campground is located just an hour away from the Grand Canyon, so it makes a great base for exploring the wide variety of trails northern Arizona has to offer. For accommodations, this family-friendly campground offers a choice of RV sites, Conestoga wagons, cabins, tent sites and teepees.

 

2. CALIFORNIA

Trinity Lake KOA, Trinity Center

Located on 70 wooded acres at the northwest end of Trinity Lake in Northern California, this campground is set in the picturesque Trinity Alps. For ATVers, the Trinity Wilderness, located just outside the campground, offers hundreds of miles of trails for to explore. Accommodations include RV sites, cabins and tent sites.

 

3. SOUTH DAKOTA

Mount Rushmore KOA at Palmer Gulch, Hill City

Located in the heart of the scenic Black Hills, this family-friendly campground makes it easy to visit the iconic Mount Rushmore and the impressive Crazy Horse Memorial. The resort offers ATVs and UTVs (Utility Terrain Vehicles) for rent that can be used on the trail system located just outside the campground. There’s a wide variety of accommodations, including RV sites, cabins, tent sites and guest rooms the Mount Rushmore Lodge.

 

4. TENNESSEE

Windrock Park Campground, Oliver Springs

How does 73,000 acres of off-road excitement sound to you? Windrock Park, located in Eastern Tennessee, is the largest privately-owned riding area in the country. It offers more than 300 miles of trails in a family-oriented atmosphere. In addition to RV sites, the campground offers cabins, yurts, tent sites, primitive sites and a group camping area.

5. VIRGINIA

Trailhead ATV Resort, Bluefield

Nestled in the heart of southwestern Virginia, Trailhead ATV Resort is a true paradise for ATVers—it’s located in close proximity to two premiere trail systems: the Hatfield-McCoy Trail System and the Spearhead Trails System. There are trails to choose from for everyone, from novices to pros. The accommodations available include RV sites, cabins, park models and tent sites.

Naturally, any successful ATVing adventure should start with putting safety first.

"Having ATV trails at or near your campground can greatly enhance your camping experience by allowing you to explore even more of the great outdoors. Proper ATV training for every rider is important so the experience is positive and safe," says Rob Gladden, vice president of training operations, ATV Safety Institute (ATI). "The best safety training is through the ATV Safety Institute's hands-on ATV RiderCourse, available for adults and children ages 6 and up. If riders want to get started right away with training, the ASI also offers free online E-Courses. Riders will learn about personal and trail safety, proper riding techniques, trail etiquette and more. ASI's website offers many more educational resources, as well as information on state ATV laws and requirements." 

For more information on ATV safety training for you and your family, visit atvsafety.org.

So enjoy your next ATV adventure and don’t forget to post your favorite photos at #gocampingamerica.