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Some ATV Trip Ideas
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Sure, every person would love to travel hundreds of miles and go trail riding across the desert, where there are no speed limits. But to get to the desert, there might be a chunk of expense involved. You have to drive there, since you already have your own ATVs, spend gas money, take time off of work, have lodging and take care of food and drinks for your entire trip. Going that far away might be too cost prohibitive, but there are other trips you can plan instead and still stick to a budget.
Group Trips for ATVs
There are some establishments that are now catering to ATV riders. Those old dude ranches? They are now set up to handle individuals or families who want to get away and ride the trails, but also not have to worry about cooking and where to stay. Places set up to handle groups will offer package rates for lodging and riding. Bring your own ATV, but ride, stay and eat in one place for one cost. There could be some packages that are fancier than others, but for the most part, these trips are very affordable for families.
Since you like to ride your ATV outdoors, it goes without saying that most ATV riders like to camp. If you don’t want to stay at someone else’s place and ride, then you can find a campground, haul up a tent and stay. There are states, like Michigan, for example, that have campgrounds attached to trailheads. This way, you can ride from your tent or camper to the trails and not go on the road. You can spend all day riding the trails and simply drive right to the front door of your camper when you are done and start making dinner.
When you can’t get away for an overnight trip or even a weekend of camping and riding, then you can always plan a day trip. In order to get the most from your day, you will have to wake up early and drive to your destination. But once you are there, you can ride to your heart’s content until dark. Once it hits dark, and if it is in the summer, you might get twelve hours or more of daylight in first, then you pack up and head home until you have another free day for riding.
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