Hidden Gem UTV Parks Across the United States

Hidden Gem UTV Parks Across the United States

You have your Polaris or Can-Am UTV all decked out and ready to take for a true test of power and performance, but you’re not sure where to go. We can help you find the perfect place no matter the terrain you’re looking for.

Here is our Top 5 list of hidden gem UTV trails from all across the United States.

Imperial Sand Dunes- California

Starting on the West coast, the Imperial Sand Dunes are 40 miles of idealized desert landscape filled with rare plants, animals and 300 foot dunes off the desert floor. There is a designated recreation area open to any off-road vehicles to jump and race around as much as they want. The whole area is extremely cinematic with the never-ending desert and the loose sand that cascades behind every vehicle so make sure to bring a camera to capture it all.

Good For:

  • Views
  • Speed
  • Jumps
Bad For:

  • Rock Crawling
  • Trail Riding
Little Rockies Recreation Area- Montana

A beautiful mountain pass that opens onto wide planes. Little Rockies Recreation Area is a lovely off-roading park that is decently isolated and offers

all the recreational activities Montana is famous for like fishing, hunting and hiking in addition to it’s UTV trails. You can even visit during the snowy months where you may be lucky enough to see big horn sheep roaming the area.

Good For:

  • Trail Riding
  • Views
  • Extra Recreational Activities
Bad For:

  • Speed
  • Jumps
Drummond Island- Michigan

Deep into the Michigan North by Lake Huron, Drummond Island is a great area for any experience of UTV or ATV rider. The whole area is green in the summer and turns beautiful reds and golds in the fall. The terrain even varies from sandy beaches to muddy trails great for a challenge. There are over 40 miles of UTV approved trails and 60 miles for ATV’s so there is something for everyone.

Good For:

  • Rock Crawling
  • Trail Riding
  • Mud Pits
Bad For:

  • Speed
  • Jumps
Big Boys Playground- Virginia

Get ready for mud, mud and more mud. Big Boys Playground is an off-road wonderland that has tons of trails and tracks as well as a mud pit called ‘The Hell Hole’ that is notorious for being impossible to drive through. The park hosts monthly mud bog and ATV events that draw a crowd and it’s open year-round. They just ask that riders call ahead before showing up at the gates.

Good For:

  • Rock Crawling
  • Trail Riding
  • Mud Pits
  • Speed
Bad For:

  • Jumps
Burden’s Creek- Mississippi

Burden’s Creek offers both beautiful views and muddy fun on 400 acres of mud pits, water ponds and tons of trails to choose from. Burden’s Creek is a busier area than other trails which makes it well-equipped with concession stands and showers to clean off after rolling around in the mud. A great day trip for families of little and big riders alike.
Good For:

  • Trail Riding
  • Family Outings
  • Mud Pits
Bad For:

  • Rock Crawling
  • Speed
  • Jumps

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