With the vastness of the American continent, visiting another state can almost be like visiting another country! Hopefully in your time as a UTV rider, you’ve been able to experience some of the different terrains and environments available to you in this country. With so many trails to choose from, it can be a bit overwhelming. If you’re interested in traveling to another state (or all of them!) to hit up some of the best UTV trails, look no further. This list of the best UTV trails by state will help you choose where to go exploring no matter what state you are in! AlabamaWith a wide range of trail difficulty, the Ridge Outdoor Adventure Park will be hit with everyone in your party. AlaskaAlaska has plenty of great scenery to enjoy on the Middle Fork Trail outside Fairbanks. ArizonaAre you a hunter, angler, photographer or camper? Try the Rattlesnake Gap for those activities along with UTV trails. ArkansasIf you’re looking for a place for a competitive ride, try the Moccasin Gap Trails. CaliforniaYou definitely don’t want to miss out on the Imperial Sand Dunes if you’re even in California. Nothing beats tearing it up in the sand. ColoradoHead to Allenspark OHV Trails for great place to ride during the summer and fall. ConnecticutIt’s all in the name with the Mettowee Off-Roading Extreme Park. You will find plenty of trials and obstacles to enjoy. DelawareOne of the most popular trails in Delaware, be sure to visit the Delmarva Motorsports Park. FloridaVisit the Ocala National Forest and experience UTV riding like a true Floridian. GeorgiaPart of the Hatfield-McCoy Trails system is located in West Virginia, but they’re also in Georgia! These trails are worth riding in both states. HawaiiWhat’s better than Hawaii? Taking a UTV out to the Kipu Ranch in Kauai! IdahoThe Baumgartner Trails in Idaho make a great place to ride and camp. IllinoisLooking for a place with a beginners and pro track as well as a mud bog? Check out Fox Valley Off Road! IndianaFor 3,500 acres visit Interlake State Recreation Area! IowaWhy not tear it up on hundreds of acres of land formerly used for mining gypsum? Try Gypsum City OHV Park. KansasIf you are looking for some serious altitude changes, check out Turkey Creek Lake in Randolph and the 300 acres for UTV riding. KentuckyExplore 7,000 acres of abandoned coal property at the Black Mountain OHV Park. LouisianaWithin the beautiful Kisatchie National Forest there are nearly 200 miles of trail to explore. MaineWith over 1,000 miles of trail to explore, you can’t go wrong with the Northern Maine Trail Systems. MarylandOpen year round, check out the Assateague Island Beach for some UTV beach riding. MassachusettsLooking for a fall destination to enjoy the changing leave? Visit Pittsfield State Forest. MichiganMichigan’s Upper Peninsula offers excellent trails with view of Lake Superior and Lake Michigan. MinnesotaThe Gandy Dancer Tail is one of the most popular in Minnesota. MississippiLooking for a long trail? Try Rattlesnake Bay ATV Trail. MissouriIn Missouri head south of St. Louis to St. Joe’s State Park. MontanaWith obstacles placed on the trail, the Blacktail Wild Bill OHV riding area will be sure to please. NebraskaWith a family camping site and easy to intermediate UTV trails, Bessey Family Campground will be a hit. NevadaIf you’re near Mesquite, head out to the Bar 10 Ranch on the north rim of the Grand Canyon National Park. New HampshireTry Coos County for more than 1,000 miles of interconnected trails. New JerseyCheck out Mount Pleasant State Off-Road Vehicle park in Woodbine for some UTV trails. New MexicoIf you’re looking for some sand, try the Farmington Dunes OHV Area. New YorkWho says you can’t take your UTV out in New York? Check out the Tall Pines ATV Park. North CarolinaThe Badin Lake OHV Trail Complex is sure to be an enjoyable experience in North Carolina. North DakotaIf you are looking for some public land to ride, check out the Little Missouri National Grasslands. OhioIf you’re looking for a family getaway with UTV riding as an activity option, Bear Creek Amphitheater Trails is the place for you. OklahomaThere are no standard trails to get hung up on at Kiamichi Mountain Trails, so don’t forget your GPS!OregonIf you’re looking for Oregon coast riding check out the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area. PennsylvaniaThe Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area is a newer riding area close to major cities like New York City, Philly, D.C. and Baltimore. Rhode IslandCheck out the rocky wood trails at the Rhode Island Pits in Wyoming, Rhode Island. South CarolinaLong, interconnected looping trails are a blast on the Enoree OHV Trail. South DakotaFor open prairies to wooded trails, streams, reservoirs and campgrounds head to the Black Hills National Forest. TennesseeThe Brimstone Recreation area has over 19,000 acres to enjoy with over 300 miles of OHV trails. TexasLooking for soft dirt, hard dirty, rocky trails or solid rock? Hidden Falls Adventure Park is the place for all terrain and difficulty. UtahThe trails in Moab, Utah are one of a kind with the breathtaking red rock scenery. VermontIf you’re looking to pay someone to show you around, see the best landscape Vermont has to over with a NEK Adventures guided tour services. VirginiaIf you are an experienced rider, do not miss out on the Spearhead Trails in Southwest Virginia. WashingtonIf you’re looking for breathtaking beauty, visit Washington’s 80 miles of trail in the Capitol Forest. West VirginiaOne of the most popular trails in the country is the Hatfield McCoy Trail system in West Virginia with over 700 miles of trials. If you are going to travel anywhere in the US to ride, make this one your top priority! WisconsinOne of the top five trails in Wisconsin, the Chippewa County ATV trail is one not to miss. WyomingIn beautiful Cody Wyoming, don’t miss out on the McCullough Peaks year round. Wherever you end up going, make sure you have a windshield from UTV Windshields and Accessories to keep you safe.