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1. Northeast Kingdom, Vermont It’s one of the most rural parts of New England. Churn the gears or take it slow on several hundred miles of trails. When autumn colors ignite the forests of the Green Mountains, you’ll think you’re in paradise.

2. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Skip the spring breakers and head for the 10-mile trail through 200 wooded acres at Carolina Backwoods ATV Adventure Tours. The big draw? There are plenty of chances along the way to get down and muddy in their legendary play pits.

3. Kauai, Hawaii Ride deep into the Pacific jungle where parts of King Kong and Jurassic Park were filmed. Kauai ATV alone has 22,000 acres, plus rentals and guided tours (and waterfall pools when you need a break). Aim to visit in mid-spring and mid-fall to have more of the island to yourself. Read more...▼

4. Valley of Fire State Park, Overton, Nevada Leave the lights and libations of the Las Vegas Strip. Fifty miles northeast, some 35,000 acres of burnt red sandstone remain open to touring at Valley of Fire State Park, with companies offering everything from half-hour loops to full-day excursions.

5. Chugach State Park, Alaska It’s hard to get wilder than the Alaskan backwoods. Bear and bald eagle spottings are part of the fun, running along Bird Creek and Eklutna Lake east of Anchorage. High alpine meadows and waterfalls offer pure spectacle, especially in summer.

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6. Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, North Bend, Oregon This 40-mile stretch of coastline inside Siuslaw National Forest remains the state’s top spot for off-road riding. Its wind-sculpted landscape, punctuated with 500-foot sand dunes, is the largest of its kind in the country—and inspired author Frank Herbert to write Dune.

7. Paiute ATV Trail System, South Central Utah No other ATV trail system in the country is larger, with more than 2,000 miles of trails crossing Fishlake National Forest and nearly a dozen towns. Main trail # 1 alone is more than 200 miles, taking riders up to 11,000 feet and plunging them into dense evergreen forests.

8. Black Hills National Forest, South Dakota The spiritual home of the Sioux Nation also inspires memorable ATV rides, especially in Black Hills National Forest, where 707 miles of trails crawl up significant elevations, speed down old mining roads, and span stunning geology.

9. Oconto County, Wisconsin Fresh from its 2012 win as best trail system in Wisconsin, Dusty Trails is continuing to wow visitors with more than 120 miles to explore, much of it through the trees. Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest remains the highlight and, as the name suggests, offers more than the usual amount of dust to kick up.

10. The Hatfield-McCoy Trail System, West Virginia Covering 600 miles through seven counties, this “trails heaven” benefits from both government support and southern hospitality. Many of the connecting communities are ATV-friendly and welcomes riders 365 days a year.