Now that you have your toy hauler, you will be looking for ATV trails. There are many trails in the United States with widely varying scenery, and complexity.
Take a look at Ocotillo Wells
Take your toys to California and ride in the Ocotillo Wells Recreational Area. You’re looking at 80,000 acres of desert for off-highway trails. It is operated by the California State Parks. There are no fees for camping or day use, but no hookups are available. You can get maps with the trails clearly marked. Pamphlets give you directions for self-guided tours. The small town of Ocotillo Wells has some amenities such as fuel, restaurants, and a grocery store.
Ride the Paiute Trail in Utah
One of the highlights of this trail is the fabulous scenery. The trail was rated by Dirt Bikes magazine as one of the best 15 trails in the country. It is safe for family-type riding. In addition to the beauty of your surroundings, there are fishing spots, and wildlife along the trail. There are small towns that offer some services.
El Camino Del Diablo in Arizona
This is not the trail for beginners. In fact, it is one of the most challenging trails you will encounter. There are a little more than 100 miles of hot sand trail. The track winds through a National Wildlife Refuge, a National Park, and a military practice range. At one place, the trail passes within a mile of the border of Mexico. This is the one to test your mettle!
There are many places to ride. Check the web for trails near your destination.