Located in North America, the ATV trails in US offers over one hundred ATV trail routes from which to choose. The best US ATV trails based on popularity are can be found in Colorado, New York, Wisconsin, New Hampshire, and California.
Near Fairbanks and North Pole, the Moose Creek Bluff area has about 10 miles of ATV riding trails. These trails are only open during winter months when the ground is frozen (November to March). The best place to start riding Moose Creek is from the bottom of the bluff where there is a service road leading to the top plateau. Once at the top, there is a nice vista of the Alaska range in the distance. At this point, the service road turns into a smaller ATV trail, and follow that to the very top past the tower. It seems like there are always new side trails under development, so keep an eye out for something new to explore.
Southeast of Springfield, the Chadwick ATV Area is an 80 mile trail network. The dozens of trails weave among thick stands of oak, hickory and pine spread over a 12 square mile area. There are steep climbs over 400 feet pitches lined with tire-tossing talus.
Southwest of Seattle and Bremerton, the Tahuya State Forest has a well-developed trail network mainly used by ATVs and trailbikes. There are 39 miles of trails open to ATV riding. These trails are great during the rainy season since the area is covered by glacial till and gravels.
Southeast of Fayetteville in the Ozark National Forest, the Mill Creek Trail system consists of 27 miles of loops through remote, spectacular mountainous terrain, scenic, lush upland hardwood forest, unique rock out-croppings. The trail leads the rider through remote areas of the Ozark National Forest and features spectacular mountainous terrain, scenic views, lush upland hardwood forests, unique rock outcroppings and clear mountain streams. The main trail and inside loops are connected to accommodate riders who want to vary the length of their trips.
In Oscoda County in the Huron-Manistee National Forest, the Bull Gap ORV trail has 115 miles of routes open to ATV riding. There are several trails and a sand hill.
Northwest of Grand Rapids and east of Twin Lake in Muskegon County, the Cedar Creek Trail is a 21.1 mile route open to ATV riding. It is divided into a north and south loop.
In Baraga County south of Baraga Township, Baraga Plains ORV Trail is a 28 mile route through state forests that is open to ATV riding. The ATV riding trailhead for the Baraga Plains ATV Trail is located south of Baraga Township.
West of Monroe, the Cheese Country Trail is a 47 mile route along old railgrade from Mineral Point thru Darlington to Monroe. This flat trail traversed farmland and wooded ridges.
Northeast of Payson near Heber in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, the Long Draw ATV Route is a 30 mile loop through ponderosa pine forest for ATV riding. Start either at the Long Draw North trailhead at Chevelon Crossing or the Long Draw South trailhead at Chevelon Lake. The route travels mostly along established forest service roads, which are either well-maintained gravel or dirt.
Northeast of Phoenix in the Tonto National Forest, the 25 mile Sycamore Creek ATV Area has varied terrain rolling over mountains and through creek beds and sandwashes near cliffs and canyons. There are vistas of Superstition Mountain, Four Peaks Mountain and Weavers Needle.