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10 Best Places to Ride ATVs: New York Edition

We’re continuing our ATV ride guide across America, this time we will be covering 10 great places to ride in New York. So, if you’re local to the area or looking to make a trip out there, here are a few notable places to check out on your off-road adventure.

Note: this list is in no particular order

With over 70 miles of trails, Tall Pines has enough to keep you busy for a while. On top of the trails, there are mud bogs, field trails, a MotoX track, an obstacle course, and much more.

Demon Run offers more than 20 miles of well marked wooded trails. Additionally, they have mud holes, hill climbs, an ATV play area, and a bike wash. Demon Run is also attached to a campground for those looking to make a trip out of their stay.

This ATV tour is 1.5 hours long and though there is no off road experience required, it is more than a basic sightseeing tour. Adirondack is an extreme off road experience and described as a roller coaster through the forest. Note that you must be at least 18 years old with a valid driver’s license to participate.

With over 120 acres of trails, this is a fun for the whole family experience. Mettowee is open to all vehicle types and to riders of all skill levels. It’s got mud bogs and rock gardens and when you’re finished, there are pressure washes to clean the mud off.

WNYTR is a great place for new riders. They have over 50 miles of trails that are mostly beginner friendly with a few technical trails. They have trail prep days and welcome volunteers for those interested. Most of the trails are for leisure riding, which make it friendly for children, elderly, and inexperienced riders. But there are sections for more intense riding and things such as hill climbing and mud pits.

Hilltown has over 2,000 acres and 30 miles of trails for ATV riding and is a welcome place for riders of all skill levels and ages. They have trails ranging from easy to expert. All trails that are marked easy are a welcoming place for new riders.

Not only does Cato MX host numerous races and events, their track is open for practice when there aren’t active races. Cato MX is built on rolling green hills that offer a great experience for elevation changes.

Formerly known as the 1,000 Acre Ranch, this place has 25 miles of scenic trails that have slight elevation changes and water crossings. There are also a few mud pits for those looking for something a little more extreme.

This motocross club has tracks from beginner to expert and is a great place to get some practice in. Over the summer, they offer motocross training camps. They are open for daily practice so it is especially worth looking into if you’re local to the area.

This place offers motocross practice consistently throughout the week. They have an elaborate peewee track as well as wooded trails and tracks for experienced riders.They also offer classes for riders of all skill levels. There is also RV parking available for those looking to make overnight stays at the park.

That wraps up our New York ATV travel guide. Feel free to let us know your favorite places to ride or let us know where you would like us to check out on our next travel guide.

General disclaimer, be sure to call before you haul and make sure wherever you plan on riding is open and available.

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