You are here

Trail and Travel

Articles and destination reviews of popular ATV Trail riding locations in North America as well as traveling and camping tips 

Trail and Travel - ATV Illustrated's Favorite Ride Areas!

Find A Place To Ride Near You!
Written By: 
John Arens
location.2010.canada.honda-rancher.parked.by-lake.jpg

Everybody loves to explore a new ride area, and regardless of where you live there is almost certainly a great riding area within a days drive. With summer here it's time to load up the truck and trailer, gather up your family and riding buddies, and head out for a little vacation spent exploring unknown territory. We've picked out a few of our favorites, and it sure beats standing behind sleeveless mullet man in a sweltering, never ending line for the Tilt-A-Whirl!

Georgia Ride Area - Rocky Creek ATV Trail

Mud and Mayham
location.2010.rocky-creek-atv-trail.front_.two-atvs.mud-bogging.competition.jpg

Baseball is played on a diamond, football has the gridiron, and golfers have their country clubs, but we prefer the "back country club". There is nothing better than exploring a new riding area on an ATV or Side x Side. Every turn of the trail is a new challenge, and a chance to check out territory we haven't seen before. Like most riders, we never get tired of challenging ourselves at someplace new, and while most riding areas feature woods, rocks, or tight trails, we know of one private off-road area that has it all.

Ride Area Review - Hidden in the Heartland

The Badlands Off-Road Park
Written By: 
John Arens
event.2010.badlands-offroad-park.bruteforce.riding.through-water.jpg

Rural Indiana is known for being one of the most productive agricultural regions on the planet.  A back roads drive on a sunny, fall day will display endless fields in every direction, with soybeans drying in the sun, and brown corn leaves rustling to the slightest breeze, waiting to be harvested.  Scattered along the roads and in between the practically endless corn and bean prairie, giant, silver, grain bins dot the sky and mark the small towns that are, for all intents and purposes, a Midwestern oasis.

Pages