Amazingly scenic riding through the Custer Gallatin National Forest, and the Beartooth, Absaroka and Crazy Mountains, including both wide-open vistas and deep forested canyons.
Allegheny National Forest
For snowmobile riders, the Allegheny National Forest in Pennsylvania’s Forest County is king.
Ammonoosuc Recreational Rail Trail
Following the scenic Ammonoosuc River, this 19.2 mile trail offers snowmobilers a variety of landscapes including forest, wetlands, fields, and farmland, some of which can provide some challenging snowmobiling.
Argyle Lake State Park
Here you’ll find eight miles of designated snowmobile trails and unplowed roads winding through the scenic, heavily wooded sections of oak,-hickory and pine trees that cover rolling hillsides and some steep terrain.
This remote area of Maine boasts an extensive network of well-maintained, well-groomed trails over varied terrain, suitable for a variety of snowmobiling skill levels.
Ashuelot Recreational Rail Trail
Tracing the corridor of the Ashuelot Railroad ,which served the area from 1851 to 1983, this 21.5-mile trail passes scenic and historical landmarks like covered bridges, abandoned mills, and postcard-perfect towns.
Backbone State Park
The oldest state park in Iowa, dedicated in 1920, Backbone offers 21 miles of snowmobiling trails that weave through cedar and hardwood forests, and rough, rocky staircases.
Bald Eagle State Forest
This state forest has around 250 miles of roads and trails open for snowmobiling.
A dream for those that live for snowmobiling, this area offers 600 miles of groomed trails and over 1000 more miles of ungroomed trails, many in the form of forest roads.
Bear Lake Valley
You’ll find some of the best snowmobile trails in Utah in the Bear Lake Valley area, providing access to over 350-miles of groomed snowmobile trails and off-trail wilderness areas spanning northern Utah to southeastern Idaho
Bear Lake Valley
For some of the best snowmobiling in Idaho (and that’s saying something), check out Bear Lake Valley and it’s 350 miles of groomed trails.
Big Creek State Park
Known for having some of the best Iowa snowmobile trails, this 3500-acre Big Creek State Park offers 13 miles of snowmobile trails .
Big River State Forest
Some of the most popular snowmobiling in Illinois can be found on the 46 miles of groomed trails and scenic roadways you’ll find here.
Big Sioux Recreation Area
Located on the banks of the Big Sioux River, close to the cities of Sioux Falls and Brandon.
Because this area is known more for skiing, it allows the spectacular snowmobiling to fly a bit under the radar.
Considered to be among the best places to go snowmobiling, the Bighorns are huge, rugged, awe-inspiring, and offer endless opportunities for snowmobiling adventures.
Blue Ox Trail/Voyageur Trail/Paul Bunyan Trail/Heartland Trail
We’re beginning in northern Minnesota with one of the most popular Snowmobile trails in Minnesota, the Blue Ox-Voyageur Trail.
Boulder Junction Trails
Considered by many to be one of the best Wisconsin snowmobile trails, this area in the Lake Superior snowbelt offers 130 miles of trails, regularly groomed by members of the Boulder Junction Snowmobile Club.
Boulder River Valley
The groomed Boulder River Snowmobile Trail stretches for 16 miles through the wilderness.
Considered one of the best places to go snowmobiling in Montana, in large part because of the surrounding community, the area offers over 350 miles of groomed trails, including the Olson Creek Trail with 24 miles of phenomenal views of the Bridger and Crazy mountains.
Branched Oak Recreation Area
This 5,595-acre recreation area offers the largest lake in eastern Nebraska at around 1,800 acres, along with some of the state’s best places to snowmobile over its 5 miles of trails.
Breckenridge snowmobile trails are some of the most popular in Colorado, in no small part because of the beautiful views of the Continental Divide and the access to the White River National Forest.
Buffalo Run Snowmobile Trail
Buffalo Run offers 68 miles of snowmobile trails created and operated by the DNR with the help of the Michiana Trail Riders Coalition, a group of snowmobile enthusiasts based in South Bend, IN.
Burgdorf Hot Springs
Part of the beauty of these snowmobile trails is that they’re only accessible by snowmobile. Another part of the beauty is, well, the beauty of this area.
C.J. Ramstad/North Shore State Trail
Hailed as one of the best places in the state to snowmobile, the C.J. Ramstad/North Shore State Trail is 146-miles long, running from Duluth to Grand Marais, winding through the rugged, natural, undeveloped terrain of the Northwoods.
Among the best places to go snowmobiling in Michigan’s Lower Peninsula is the Cadillac trail system.
Caribou Hills Trail is among the most popular snowmobile trails in Alaska and offers over 60 miles of groomed snowmobiling trails adapted from old seismographic trails left over from early oil exploration of the 1960s.
Cattail Trail has a Variety of terrains including fields, woods, lakes, prairie trails, sloughs, and ditches.
Cedar Mountains Snowmobile Complex
Located in the Dixie National Forest, this area provides some of the best places to go snowmobiling in southern Utah with over 100 miles of groomed snowmobiling trails.
Chapman State Park
Chapman is a trailhead to more than 300 miles of trails in the Allegheny National Forest.
Chena River State Recreation Area
Visitors to this recreation area will find more than 100 miles of trails with snowmachine riding allowed north of the Chena River in this 254,080-acre state park which includes a wide variety of prime snowmobiling terrain.
Chugash National Forest & Chugash State Park
At 6.9 million acres, Chugash is the second largest national forest in the U.S.—larger than New Hampshire—and most of it is seasonally open for-snow motorized use. It’s a beautiful area teeming with wildlife.
One of the entrances to Yellowstone National Park, Cooke City snowmobiling often starts in November, and can last into June and sometimes even July.
Cotton Valley Recreational Rail Trail
Here you’ve got a 12-mile trail connecting Wakefield, near the Maine border, and the New England vacation town of Wolfeboro.
Crater Lake National Park
One of the best places to snowmobile Oregon, Crater Lake is also one of the most interesting places, since it lies inside a volcanic basin (caldera) created when the 12,000-foot Mount Mazama collapsed 7 centuries ago following a large eruption.
when you’re looking for rugged and remote wilderness to test your snowmobiling mettle, this area is a great choice, specifically at Marias Pass Trail Complex, located midway between Cut Bank and Kalispel.
Delaware State Forest
The snowmobile system here offers a wonderful way to enjoy the stunning landscape of the Pocono Mountains with 70 miles of groomed trails.
Denali National Park
With some of the best snowmobiling in Alaska, Denali offers 300 miles of snowmobile trails, including 60 groomed trails, and is home to Mount McKinley.
Deschutes National Forest/Mount Bachelor/Bend
Deschutes National Forest is huge, spanning 1.8 million acres, and it offers more than 560 miles of groomed snowmobiling trails, several of which are accessible from Bend, OR, known as a truly epic area to ride snowmobile.
Diamond Lake Snowmobile Trail
Snowmobiling adventures in the Cascade Mountains are much acclaimed and snowmobilers will find over 300 miles of groomed trails in the Diamond Lake area.
Great North Woods Region
Located at the northern tip of New Hampshire. Part of the larger North Woods and also known as The North Country.
Greenough/Garnet Ghost Town Trail
offers over 115 miles of the state’s best snowmobile trails, and not only that, takes you to the Montana’s most intact ghost town, the Garnet Ghost Town, an old gold mining encampment hidden high in the Garnet Mountain Range.
This region offers excellent opportunities to ride snowmobile with 112 groomed trails.
Greenwood Furnace State Park
Home of the annual Pennsylvania Polar Plunge, this park serves as a trailhead providing access to 200 miles of roads and trails in the surrounding Rothrock State Forest.
Heart of Iowa Nature Trail (HOINT)
Part of the Great American Rail Trail which is the nation’s first cross-country multi-use trail that spans more than 3,700 miles between Washington State and Washington D.C.,
Hennepin Canal Parkway State Park
A great option for snowmobiling adventures, this state park offers 75 miles of groomed Illinois snowmobile trails including the longest snowmobiling trail in the state.
Heritage Snowmobile Trails
This 32-mile snowmobile trail was developed by the Hoagland Blizzard Blazers Snowmobile Club, and is generally an elongated north-south loop stretching from Maples, IN, in the north, to Hoagland, IN, at the southern end.
Iron County including Hurley Snow Trails
Iron County’s five trail systems are known for offering some of the best snowmobiling in Wisconsin.
Leavenworth is considered by many to be one of the best places to go snowmobiling in the west thanks to its high elevations (2,500-7,000 feet above sea level), the average snowfall of 150 inches annually and more than 150 miles of trails to explore.
Lewis and Clark Recreation Area
This 864-acre State Recreation Area located on the southern shore of Lewis and Clark Lake in northeastern Nebraska offers 5 miles of snowmobiling adventures trails during the winter months.
Featuring 98 miles of groomed trails, this area is a draw because of its prime conditions, pristine wilderness trails and abundant wildlife.
Miami Snowmobile Trail
Featuring some of the best snowmobile trails in the state, running primarily through rural Indiana, this tract consists of more than 60 miles managed by the Elkhart County Snowmobile Club.
Mount Baker/Methow Valley Region
You wouldn’t think having weather close the roads, in this case the North Cascades Highway, would be a blessing, but for those seeking the best places to snowmobile in this region of Washington, it is because snowmobiling up the highway offers a memorable winter joy ride.
Nebo Loop Snowmobile Complex
This area provides a beautiful area to ride snowmobile, offering both groomed and ungroomed trails, along with many turnoffs ripe for exploration.
Potawatomi Snowmobile Trail
This route offers 32 miles of trails managed by the Potawatomi Snowmobile Club, which added around 18 miles to the original 14-mile track beginning in 2014, making it an enjoyable 32 miles of snowmobiling today.
Sakakawea Trail System
This system essentially consists of two trails that meet at Lake Sakakawea.
On the shores of 2,800-acre Lake Madison, the area is known for its picturesque views among the 43 campsites and two cabins.
Wapsi Great Western Trail
The 27-mile Wapsi-Great Western Trail extends through Howard and Mitchell counties and gives you a little of everything Iowa has to offer.
Continuing north, you’ll come to the Waterbury/Montpelier area located in the middle of the state. In this region you’ll encounter some of the biggest mountains in New England region, for some unforgettable snowmobile adventures.
Weinberg King State Park
During the winter months, snowmobilers regularly use the 22 miles of equestrian trails in this 772-acre state park to explore the Illinois wilderness on their sleds, through scenic woods and pastureland with rolling terrain including some steep hills.
Known as one of the best places to snowmobile anywhere, this area offers more than 400 miles of trails, some of which lead into Idaho.
White Mountain National Forest
This area offers around 400 miles of groomed snowmobiling trails, over mountainous terrain and through alpine forest.
White Mountain Region
Located in northern New Hampshire. This area is named for the White Mountains, which cover most of the region.
White Mountains National Recreation Area
Stunning scenery, peaceful solitude and some of the best places to go snowmobiling in the state are all part of the 1 million-acre White Mountains Recreation Area.
Willamette National Forest
Stretching for 110 miles along the western slopes of the Cascade Mountains in western Oregon, and covering 1.6 million acres, this national forest has eight wilderness areas and a varied landscape of high mountains, narrow canyons, cascading streams, and wooded slopes.
Willard Munger Trail
One of the most popular Minnesota snowmobile trails, the Willard Munger Trail includes about 70 miles of interconnecting snowmobile trails following the nineteenth century railroad route through deep woodlands wilderness.
Here you’ve got 13 million acres of the nation’s largest national park where you can explore the best snowmobile trails anywhere, spanning raw wilderness that includes volcanoes, snow-capped mountains and glistening glaciers.
This mountain range is part of the Rocky Mountains and offers a wide variety of Wyoming snowmobile trails suitable for all skill level of riders, from beginner to expert.
Salamonie Snowmobile Trails
One of Indiana’s best places to go snowmobiling, this area provides 40 miles of snowmobile trails weaving through the 12,000-acre public recreation area that includes a 2,855-acre lake.
Skyline Snowmobile Complex (Ephraim/Manti/Mayfield)
Here you have the opportunity to go high mountain sledding in the state, getting 8,000 to 10,000 feet above sea level, in what is generally an uncrowded part of central Utah.
Sawtooth Valley and Stanley Basin
When it comes to snowmobiling adventures, you can’t do much better than Idaho’s Sawtooth Valley and Stanley Basin area.
On the east side of Snoqualmie Pass and up over Blewett Pass, you’ll find several spectacular snowmobiling trails.
Strawberry Snowmobile Complex
Considered one of the best places to snowmobile in Utah and the largest snowmobile complex in the state.
The Continental Divide Snowmobile Trail
Cutting through the heart of Wyoming, and divided into the northern section and the southern section, the Continental Divide crosses into Wyoming within Yellowstone National Park, then continues southeast around the Great Divide Basin, through the Sierra Madre Range into Colorado
The Snowy Range
An average of 300 inches of snowfall each year turns this vast stretch of wilderness into a winter paradise, offering some of the best places to snowmobile in the state.
Fisher Grove State Park
Fisher Grove State Park is named for Frank I.
When you’re looking for the best snowmobiling in Montana, you can’t do better than this for your snowmobiling adventures.
Forbes State Forest
Here you’ll find more than 155 miles of snowmobile trails.
Franklin Creek State National Park
Considered by many to be one of the best places to go snowmobiling in the state, this 882-acre national park offers 4 miles of groomed snowmobiling trails through scenic hardwood forests and meadow lands.
Leominster State Forest
Boasting 4,300-acres of forest with two ponds, this area is located across the five towns of Westminster, Princeton, Leominster, Fitchburg and Sterling in north-central MA.
Loyalsok State Forest
The well-groomed trail system you’ll find here offers 16 miles of snowmobiling trails.
Mount Grace State Forest
This 1,458-acre State Forest includes Mount Grace, the third highest elevation in Massachusetts at 1,621 feet above sea level.
Myles Standish State Forest
With over 12,400 acres laced with dirt roads open to snowmobiling, this is the largest public recreation area in southeastern MA.
Pittsfield in the Berkshires
Also referred to as the Berkshire Hills, Berkshire Mountains, and Berkshire Plateau, the Berkshires is a popular vacation destination in the rural mountains of western Massachusetts, an extension of the Vermont-based Green Mountains that extend into the state.
Priest Lake and Sandpoint/Bonners Ferry
This 500-acre snowmobiling paradise on state and federal land features more than 400 miles of groomed trails that encircle the remote Priest and Upper Priest lakes, and lead high into the Selkirk Mountains for spectacular, breathtaking alpine viewing.
Rogue River/Siskiyou National Forest
Spanning five counties in southern Oregon and northern California, this area offers some of the best snowmobile trails in the state, both groomed and ungroomed.
Rothrock State Forest
This forest is named for the “father of forestry in Pennsylvania,” Dr. Joseph Trimble Rothrock, the commonwealth’s first forestry commissioner.
Sand Ridge State Forest
Called an “island in a sea of agriculture,” this 7,200-acre state forest provides snowmobile enthusiasts with 26 miles of panoramic trails.
Spearfish Canyon State Nature Area
This area includes the Roughlock Falls, Spearfish Falls and the Savoy Pond areas south of Spearfish and west of Lead.
Superior National Forest
Offering around 700 miles of snowmobile trails maintained through partnerships with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, numerous local snowmobile clubs and the Superior National Forest, this area provides a collection of some of the best snowmobile trails in MN.
With over 250 miles of snowmobile trails located on Wisconsin’s Door Peninsula region of the Great Lakes, Door County offers a series of unforgettable winter landscapes that include countryside, lakes, farmland, woods, and more.
Douglas State Forest
This popular 5,907-acre state forest borders both Connecticut and Rhode Island and offers more than 30 miles of snowmobiling adventures.
Mostly experienced riders will love this area, spreading through the Custer Gallatin National Forest and Gallatin Canyon, for its stunning mountain views.
Located in Michigan’s Northern Lower Peninsula’s snow belt, the Gaylord area averages around 180 inches of snowfall every year putting the finishing touch on what is an outstanding trail infrastructure that allows you to explore all the communities in the L.P
Goodhue Pioneer State Trail
This soon-to-be-completed 47-mile snowmobile trail is not among the most popular Minnesota snowmobile trails because it’s not finished yet, and still has gaps.
The Capital of Snowmobiling in Colorado. With more than 300 miles of snowmobile trails.
Not surprisingly, the largest mesa in the world, Grand Mesa, offers some of the best snowmobile trails in Colorado. That’s in part because the area is known for an abundant snowfall of about 35 feet (420 inches) per year.
Iditarod National Historic Trail
Named a National Historic Trail by Congress on November 10, 1978, the Iditarod National Historic Trail consists of nearly 2,400 miles of winter trails between the communities of Seward and Nome.
Indian Creek Recreation Area
Part of Indian Creek recreation area was explored by Lewis and Clark.
Inland Northeast-Southeast Region
Includes the Mill Creek Sno-Park located in the Gillette Recreation Area, which has 138 miles of groomed snowmobile trails.
Here you’ll find over 950 miles of the best snowmobile trails Idaho has to offer, well-groomed and suitable for a wide variety of snowmobiling styles, including boondocking, hill banging, and steep and deep.
Jane Addams Trail
When it comes to the best snowmobile trails with historic significance in Illinois, this 19-mile trail is the hands-down winner.
Kenneth Dubuque Memorial State Park
You’ll find 47 miles of Massachusetts snowmobile trails in this 7,882-acre forest, the seventh largest in MA. There are tons of forest roads and plenty of hills as you enjoy the deep woods scenery.
Killington in Rutland County
Located in southwestern New Hampshire, south of the White Mountains. One of the best ways to snowmobile New Hampshire is by heading to this region where you’ll enjoy spectacular views of snow-capped mountains while riding through forests and passing around scenic ponds and lakes.
Oregon’s highest peak at 11,239 feet above sea level, Mount Hood rests at the center point of a network of more than 400 miles of groomed and ungroomed snowmobile trails crisscrossing both public and private lands.
In the northeast corner of Vermont, you’ll find the area (modestly) known as the Northeast Kingdom.
Though located in northern Wisconsin in Oneida County, Minocqua’s official nickname is the “Island City” because it’s surrounded by over 1,300 lakes left over from the retreat of a glacier millions of years ago.
Well-named for Michigan snowmobilers, this area averages over 200 inches of snowfall annually keeping its more than 200 miles of well-groomed trails through unspoiled wilderness ready for all your snowmobile adventures.
East Central Valley Trail
East Central Valley Trail is around 20 miles from two different points on the Mayville-Portland Trail System (21 miles from Hillsboro; 17 miles from Galesburg) and also connects to two Minnesota trail systems.
Ely Area Trails
Some of the best snowmobiling in Minnesota starts at these premier snowmobiling hub, where you can experience the 170-mile Taconite Trail to the southwest.
Illinois & Michigan Canal State Trail
Here you can ride snowmobile over the nearly 62 miles of trails along what used to be the towpath of the historic Illinois & Michigan Canal from Channahon, IL, to LaSalle, IL.
Offering more than 360 miles of groomed trails and hundreds of miles of backcountry and ungroomed snowmobiling trails, the Klamath Basin has a reputation as not only one of the best places to snowmobile in Oregon, but in the nation.
This area provides some of the best snowmobiling in the Denver, Colorado, area, located about two hours outside the city.
With 150-plus inches of snowfall each season and more than 400 miles of trails, Marquette offers some of the best snowmobiling in Michigan.
Hatcher Pass Management Area
The 300,000-acre Hatcher Pass Management Area provides options for snowmobilers of all skill levels.
Great American Rail Trail
You’ve likely heard about the Great American Rail Trail, the 3,700-miles+ route extending from Washington, D.C. in the east, to Washington state in the west.
George S. Mickelson Trail
109-mile trail in the heart of the beautiful Black Hills connects Edgemont to Deadwood, following an abandoned railroad bed.
The town of Meeker, located along the famed White River, is in Rio Blanco County, which offers 178 miles of trails, making it one of the best places to snowmobile in CO.
Missouri Valley Trail
Ride from south of Wilton to Bismarck (trailhead is 1.5 miles South of I-94’s Exit 61 on Bismarck Expressway) then southeast to Zeeland
Moraine State Park
With gently rolling hills, lush forests, and sparkling waters the area cannot fully disguise a land formed by continental glaciers and massive mineral extraction.
The reason that residents of the area don’t get any pushback when they refer to Munising as the “Snowmobile Capital of the Midwest” is undoubtedly because the ten groomed trails covering over 300 miles.
Peace Garden Trail System
Peace Garden Trails Runs through the Turtle Mountains in the north-central part of ND, and includes the Lake Metigoshe State Park the Peace Garden, where along with the Carbury Port, it connects with the Canadian trail system.
Promised Land State Park
Around 3,000 acres, this state park is 1,800 feet above sea level, on the Pocono Plateau, surrounded by Pennsylvania’s Delaware State Forest.
Sault Ste. Marie
Though it has over 100 miles of snowmobile trails, the city of Sault Ste. Marie is most famous for hosting the International 500 for the last 50 years.
When it comes to rating the legendary snowmobile trails in Wisconsin, the backwoods experience provided by Eagle River is likely to be near the top.
You won’t want to miss the spectacular scenic mountains and sprawling open spaces that make Heber Valley a paradise for winter enthusiasts.
Kankakee River State Park
Bordering the Kankakee River, this 4,000-acre park is considered one of the best places to snowmobile in Illinois with its 15 miles of largely forested trails, in part because of the beautiful scenery it provides snowmobilers in winter.
Kennebec River Trails
Considered by many to be among the best snowmobile trails in the eastern U.S., the Kennebec River Trail itself is only 8 to 15 miles long, but offers fabulous views of Maine wilderness, fir, spruce and balsam forests, mountains and streams and waterfalls.
Hopkinton State Park
With nearly 1,500 acres, this state park provides some of the best snowmobiling in MA over its ten miles of marked trails.
This area receives an average snowfall of 200 inches and has hundreds of miles of connecting trails through pristine, winding forest lands.
Lake Poinsett Recreation Area
One of the largest lakes in the state provides beautiful views for snowmobilers as they ride around the perimeter of the lake.
Lake Region Trail
Wide variety of terrain including twisting trails, wide-open lake runs and long straight sections of country road ditches.
Located in the east-central part of New Hampshire. As you may have guessed, this area is named for the many lakes in the area, including Lake Winnepesaukee, Lake Winnisquam, Squam Lake and Newfound Lake (say each of those 4 times fast!)
Alpine Loop (San Juan National Forest)
If you have a vivid imagination and a bit of a wicked streak, you might conceive of the Alpine Loop, easily one of the most thrilling ATV trails Colorado has to offer.
Apalachicola National Forest
The largest U.S. National Forest in the state at 632,890 acres, Apalachicola offers plenty of adventures for 4-wheeler riding with more than 100 miles of motorized trails
Appalachian Blue Ridge Road
One of the most scenic, non-paved drives in Georgia, with rocky cliffs, muddy paths and tough terrain, this trail area follows the famous Appalachian Trail, a 2,000-mile trail that stretches to Maine’s Mount Katahdin.
Arizona Peace Trail
Traversing Mohave, La Paz, and Yuma counties, and reaching from Kingman, AZ on the south to Bull Head City, AZ on the north, the Arizona Peace Trail offers more than 750 miles of OHV loop trail system that not only has some of the best ATV/UTV trails in Arizona. But in the nation
Bald Mountain Trail
The name of the game here is dirty fun. These ATV riding trails stretch 22 miles through Bald Mountain in Wasilla, Alaska.
Winding through Colorado National Monument with amazing views of the backcountry, this mostly hardpack trail offers something for beginning to expert riders.
The 1,600 acres here include 40 miles of top ATV and UTV riding trails and mud.
Big Scrub Recreation Area and the Ocala Adventure Trail
Popular with ATV riders, Big Scrub Campground is located in the Ocala National Forest
Boggs and Boulders
One of the most popular off-road parks in Alabama, Boggs and Boulders offers 1,000 acres of diverse wilderness fun for 4-wheeler riders, with 160 miles of trails that includes an assortment of slick red dirt, sandy and rocky hills, along with many steep rocky bluffs.
Big Nasty ATV Park
Open since 2010, this area offers over 20 mile of ATV and UTV trail riding through mud bogs and more than 20 miles of trails, on 1600 acres of wilderness. It also has a track for beginners.
Bulldog Canyon OHV Area
Bulldog Canyon, part of the Tonto National Forest, is 34,000 acres big, with around 20 miles of open routes on five rocky desert ATV and UTV riding trails that provide access to the spectacular Sonoran Desert and Goldfield Mountains.
Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest
When it comes to the best ATV riding in Georgia, the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests must be part of the conversation.
A fairly hardcore, 20.4-mile loop trail found in the Coronado National Forest.
Carter Off-Road Park
Established in 2014 to provide Arkansas ATV riding to adventure seekers, this 1,000-acre park offers a variety of ATV/UTV trail riding fun, including a 4,000-foot obstacle course, mud bogs, challenging rock and gravel hill climbs, a creek crossing, a few small jumps.
Broken Arrow Trail
Although fairly short, many 4-wheeler riders consider this to be one of the best Arizona ATV trails.