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5 Cool Spots for ATV Off-Roading in New York

By Lauren I.

5 Cool Spots for ATV Off-Roading in New York

If you’re looking to get the adrenaline pumping, a muddy, heart-pounding, off-roading adventure fits the bill! New York State is home to some excellent extreme parks and trail systems to traverse all day long. Here are five great spots to start your off-roading journey in New York! 

1. Lewis County ATV Trail System

New York State’s only legal public ATV trail system does not disappoint. Lewis County’s four-wheeler trails span 600 miles of wilderness. Permits are required and safety precautions are enforced.

2. Adirondack ATV Tours, Whitehall, NY

Not quite ready to venture off on your own yet? Head to Whitehall for the renowned Adirondack ATV Tours. Exclusively featuring "top of the line Polaris RZRs," according to their website, you'll be riding in style. Book your tour today and explore tens of thousands of miles of off-roading trails.  

3. Mettowee Off Road Extreme Park, Whitehall, NY

Over 60 trails of various levels make Mettowee Off Road Extreme Park an attractive option for ATV riders. The park allows camping and frequently hosts special events.

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4. Moto 1 Long Island, Calverton, NY

When you become a member of this private motorsports club on Long Island, you’ll receive access to 13 acres of dirt bike and ATV tracks designed to improve speed and skills.

5. Tall Pines ATV Park

This family-friendly ATV park provides 70 miles of clearly marked trails in a lush natural setting. Camping is allowed and rules are enforced.

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*Note: Age restrictions, special licenses, and other requirements for off highway vehicles vary from state to state. Before heading out on your OHV, please consult your local regulations.

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