North of Augusta, the Kennebec Valley Trail is a 14 mile ATV route along the Kennebec River. The route offers spectacular views that take riders along the edge of the Kennebec River from Embden through Solon to Bingham.
Near Rangeley and Stratton, the Moose Trail is a 138 mile ATV riding network of shared roads and trails. It is maintained by seven ATV clubs.
North of Granby and northwest of Grand Lake in the Arapaho National Forest, the Stillwater Pass and Grand Lake Trail Systems offer dozens of miles of roads for ATV riders to explore. The two main trailheads includ the Idleglen Trailhead and the Supply Creek Trailhead.
Between Frenchville and Edmundston in northeastern Maine, the Frenchville ATV Trail System is a 26 mile forested network. These ATV trails connect the town of Frenchville to St Agatha and Fort Kent.
West of Augusta, the Turner area has a forested 20 mile ATV trail system on the west side of the Androscoggin River. The trails are spread across the Androscoggin Riverlands State Park lands and numerous private property lands.
South of Farmington, the Whistle Stop Trail is a 15 mile ATV route running from Jay To Farmington. This Jay To Farmington Trail runs along an old railroad grade that has a mixed sand, dirt and gravel surface.
East of Breckenridge in the White River National Forest, there is excellent ATV riding along the Continental Divide above Breckenridge. There are several dirt roads along the forks of the Swan River leading up towards the Continental Divide.
From Loretta to Clam Lake, the Dead Horse Run ATV Trail (aka Great Divide Trail) is a challenging 56 mile ATV route on forest trails. The Dead Horse Run ATV Trail offer a scenic ATV ride along the East Fork of the Chippewa River and has a view of Dead Horse Slough. There are two ATV trailheads for the Dead Horse Run ATV Trail.
West of Jacksonville near Lake City, the 200,000 acre Osceola National Forest has many oportunities for ATV riding. Only licensed ATV may be ridden on numbered forest roads.
North of Augusta and west of Summerhaven in southwestern Maine, the Summerhaven Area is mainly known as an open riding area but also has a 5 mile trail open to ATV riding. The riding area is spread over 130 acres.
East of Burlington in Penobscot County, the Duck Lake Trail system is a 30 mile network of shared use roads that are open to ATV riding. These roads surround the Duck Lake Public Reserved Land.
Northwest of Montrose, the Dry Creek Recreation Area has miles of ATV riding trails. The main dirt roads, including Dry Creek Road and Rim Road, are perfect for side-by-side riding.
West of Yuma (AZ) and far east of San Diego, the Glamis Dunes (aka Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area) is an ATV riders paradise (aka Algodones Dunes). These rolling white dunes are sculped by the intense winds constantly blowing through the Imperial Valley. This 40-mile-long Glamis dune system is one of the largest in the United States.
Northwest of Salida and southwest of Buena Vista in the San Isabel National Forest, the Alpine Tunnel route is a popular ATV destination. The old narrow gauge railroad grade is now the bed of FS 295 and has been recently renovated.