Have a favorite ATV Camping Area and campsite you enjoy ATV camping at? Contact us and let us know where it is at and we will add it to our list. We have put together a list of camping areas that allow ATVs and sorted it by state to help you find a great location for your next ATV camping adventure. Due to the increasing number of areas being shut down to OHV use, always check with the proper authorities or local experts to see if ATV camping is allowed before planning your trip.
If one of the areas listed no longer allow ATV camping, please contact us and we will update the list. Once you have found the area for your next ATV camping adventure let us help you Properly Equip Your ATV. Use our helpful ATV Camping Checklists to help your prepare for your trip. Browse our selection of Lightweight Camping Gear, ATV Accessories and UTV Accessories.
Using the map below, click on the state you are interested in and you will be redirected to a list for that area. So get out and enjoy the great outdoors and remember, always leave your campsite like you found it, preferably better, stay on the trail and protect our environment. Doing this helps maintain ATV camping for all of us and for future generations to come.
Click On A State For ATV Camping Areas In That State
Build Yourself a Custom Map
Once you find the area you want to go ATV camping or riding at, build yourself a custom map print of that area.
These custom maps feature:
- Seamless USGS topographic and aerial photos
- Handheld GPS and compass-ready with navigation grids and declination
- Waterproof, laminated, or glossy prints available
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Topographic maps are maps that provide extensive close-up detail about a place. All USGS topo maps conform to certain standards, making them easy to read.
- Thin brown lines represent contours or points of similar elevation. The closer together they are, the steeper the terrain.
- Contour lines form “v” shapes in valleys or along stream beds. The point of the “v” points uphill.
- Blue represents water.
- Green represents orchards and forested areas.
- Purple markings are those that have been “photorevised,” or added to the map since the original map was published.
- Red areas represent urban areas, although the maps will often indicate special buildings of significance within the urbanized area.
- Roads and highways are represented in black and red.
- The scale on 1:24,000 topographic maps means that one inch equals 2000 feet.
Don’t get lost camping in the back country, build yourself a custom map, program the coordinates into your handheld GPS and find that uncrowded back country campsite for your next ATV camping adventure.