ATV Midwest Category

MN’s Northwoods Regional ATV Trail System Grand Opening

MN’s Northwoods Regional ATV Trail System Grand Opening
The Duluth News Tribune has reported that a 17-mile section of the highly anticipated 70-mile Northwoods Regional ATV Trail System in Aitkin County and Itasca County, Minnesota, had its grand opening  last Wednesday. The paper reported that the new trail system, which has been in planning for four...
August 18th, 2010 | Filed under: Midwest | Read More

Moreland’s Supercross Park

Moreland’s Supercross Park
Located in Stanton, Mich., Moreland’s Supercross Park allows open riding and practice for both dirt bikes and quads. Moreland's Supercross Park  Open daily from 10 a.m. to dusk, the park features a two-mile “supercross” course with doubles, triples and high-speed banked turns. The owners describe...
June 16th, 2010 | Filed under: Midwest | Read More

Minnesota Non-Resident ATV Trail Pass

Minnesota Non-Resident ATV Trail Pass
Now that the summer riding season is in full bloom, we figured it was time to remind all non-Minnesotans of a new OHV/ATV legislation. MN OHV Trails Map - Courtesy of MN DNR Did you know if you plan to travel to Minnesota and ride your ATV on public trails, you’ll need a Non-Resident ATV Trail Pass?...
June 16th, 2010 | Filed under: Midwest | Read More

Grand Opening of Nebraska’s Cedar Run ATV Trail

Cedar Run ATV/Motorcycle Trail Harlan County Lake Republican City, NE Date: Saturday May 1, 2010 Courtesy of ATVMagBlog.com’s Jon Rhodig comes word of the grand opening of the Cedar Run ATV Trail in south central Nebraska. Come join in on the days festivities for the grand opening of this new...
March 15th, 2010 | Filed under: Destinations, Headlines, Midwest, Trail Access, West | Read More

America’s 26 Greatest ATV Destinations – Midwest Region

At about 3.79 million square miles, the United States is a vast nation — the world’s third largest by land area. The diversity of our people defines us, but our world-beating OHV trails are pretty magnificent, too. We American off-road riders have an all-you-can-eat buffet of terrain choices and...
February 18th, 2010 | Filed under: Midwest | Read More

Oklahoma Turkey Hunt

Oklahoma Turkey Hunt
A rookie bags his first turkey The cold Oklahoma sky was pitch-black, with a steady, howling wind battering the trees and the recently charred prairie grass. Nobody said a word. With a delicate touch, our group of three quietly left our rides, gingerly loaded our shotguns with shells and began our silent...
November 23rd, 2009 | Filed under: Home Page Slide Show, Midwest | Read More

Black Hills Road Trip: Exploring Sturgis, Rapid City And The Scenic Badlands

Black Hills Road Trip: Exploring Sturgis, Rapid City And The Scenic Badlands
From historical to hysterical, South Dakota contains myriad attractions for the curious traveler. Those looking for some history have the 1800s ghost towns, Deadwood’s cemetery housing Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane, Presidents Park, Mount Rushmore’s giant heads and Custer State Park with its...
November 19th, 2009 | Filed under: Home Page Slide Show, Midwest | Read More

ATV Fair & Swap Meet

The forecast called for rain. Again. The well-meaning ATV Association of Minnesota (ATVAM) has a knack for attracting gnarly weather for its annual ATV Fair & Swap Meet in Sauk Rapids, Minnesota. Typically, early May is when those in the Upper Midwest are getting out and enjoying the first nice weekends...
October 29th, 2008 | Filed under: Destinations, Midwest | Read More

ATV Sand Riding In Kansas

With shapeshifting hills, endless whoops sections and steep bowls to carve, sand dunes are a popular tourism draw wherever motorized access is allowed. As rare as dunes are, geographically speaking, it is especially uncommon for such terrain to become available to recreational riders. In rural western...
July 16th, 2008 | Filed under: Destinations, Midwest | Read More

Rural Riviera: Kentucky’s Black Mountain Off-Road Adventure Park

You know you’re in unusual country when you see a sign in someone’s front yard advertising a daily snake show. Yes, it’s a little different in Kentucky, but dig in, stay a while and you’ll find welcoming locals, rugged scenery and exceptional mountain riding. Rural Kentucky has a few surprises...
November 6th, 2007 | Filed under: Destinations, East, Midwest, South | Read More