The 8 Best Off-Roading Destinations in the U.S.

Aroostook County ATV Trails, Maine

Polaris' Ride Command tracking system might make it hard to decide what to do when you get to northern Maine's off-road tracks. Aroostook County has more than 1,000 miles of marked ORV tracks.

Delancy Loops OHV Trail, Florida

Ocala National Forest in northern Florida is wild. It has endless mazes of sand pine, natural lakes, and rivers that are fed by springs that are very clear. The trails here include both ATV and OHV paths, and more than 200 miles .

Windrock Park, Tennessee

The RZR Pro XP is the most maneuverable UTV on the market. Its Dynamix Active Suspension lets it change its 22-inch motion on the fly. The machine is made to handle the roughest landscapes on Earth.

Hatfield-McCoy Trail System, West Virginia

Imagine a paradise where several hundred miles of rowdy 4×4 trails connect a handful of small towns, inns, and restaurants, allowing you get wild on the trails during the day and civilized in town at night.

Little Sahara Dunes, Oklahoma

It might not be what you expect to find a huge desert two hours north of Oklahoma City, but there it is: There are rolling sand dunes that are 1,600 acres in size at Little Sahara State Park. Some of them are 75 feet high.

Drummond Island, Michigan

Roll from tight trails in dense hardwood forest to open meadows with long-range views at Drummond Island, an expansive system of trails overlooking Lake Huron with 60 miles of ATV-specific paths

Roughrider OHV Trail, North Dakota

It doesn't have to be painful to go off-road. The Polaris Ranger XP 1000 NorthStar is very nice. It has bolstered seats, lots of cupholders, and the Pro Shield Cab System, which keeps the wild animals out.