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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-11-2019, 11:59 AM Thread Starter
 
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Looking for RV camping and UTV park

Hi Guys:

I am looking for a good camping for RV and good UTV park. I am in North east PA. I was going to head for Utah but it is to far to reach and ride in a weeks time. I want to camp in a RV spot with full hook ups. We will be bringing the UTV and Quads.

I heard there are some parks in West Virginia. Any body hear of them or have any other suggestions. I was thinking a 500 mile radius from NE PA.

Any help would be appreciated.

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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-11-2019, 03:26 PM
 
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Google Hatfield & McCoy atv trails for WV
The same can be said for any other state. Just Google atv trails, parks, for each state or do a 500 mile radius of your home zip code. If u see something and want more info, look up you tube for some video of that area. Good luck


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http://www.twinhollowcampground.com/
Stayed here very nice, large hill going into campground so make sure u got enough truck<img src="https://www.teryxforums.net/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />, trail runs straight outta camp ground, 300 miles of them,

And if u get bored u can load up drive 50 miles south to bramwell wv. and have 300 more miles of trails, Pocahontas atv resort is a good campground there or Ashland atv resort
U can go everywhere in your machine up there no need to unhook your truck

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post #4 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-12-2019, 10:22 AM Thread Starter
 
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Hi Guys:

Thank you very much for the info I will check them out. I was looking at Twin Hollow and also found Pinnacle Camp Grounds out there.

My grand kids will be coming so I will have my s/s UTV Teryx and at least two quads. God I hope i survive..
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This web site had fairly good listings of places all over the country

https://www.riderplanet-usa.com/atv/...vania_list.htm
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I have been to a few parks in PA but none of them allowed overnight camping. Not saying there isn't any, just not that I am aware of. Be sure to check out:

https://www.riderplanet-usa.com/
https://spearheadtrails.com/
https://trailsheaven.com/

There are a bunch of places to stay on the Hatfield and Spearhead trails. RV parks, B&B's, hotels, house rentals and on and on. I only take the toy hauler when it makes sense financially. In West Virginia, most RV sites are about $50 a night, whereas most cabins are $200 and up. Many towns in these area's are also ATV friendly, meaning you can drive on the street. Helmets are required on the regulated trails, even if you have a full roll cage. Trail passes are also required, at least for Hatfields and Spearhead. They vary from $50 to $60 but are good for unlimited trips all year.

And don't worry, you are going to have a blast! I'll be out at Spearhead next week. Can't wait to put some miles under... er.. ON my belt

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Rock run is in North Central PA. They have camping sites with electric. I don't believe they have full hookups. I've been wanting to try this park for a while. They claim 150ish miles of trails. It's close enough to go for a day or weekend. I'm in sw pa
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Another favorite campground near the Pinnacle Creek area is ASHLAND RESTORT which is in the middle of the 4 southern H/M systems in WV. Pocohontas, Indian Ridge, Pinnacle Creek, the new Warrior Trail system all surrounded nd along side the famed Outlaw Trails.

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I just got home an hour ago from the same H&M system keeter mentioned. Those trails would be the closest trails to you in the H&M trail system. I road through Ashland Resort too. I've been there a few times before, not as a guest, but I wanted to familiarize myself because I'm thinking that next trip I'll bring my dog. They allow dogs there except in a few of the cabins. It has always looked well kept from what I've seen. They have a little store and a dump station on site. I don't know how old your grandchildren are but my grandson's 14 and he has had no problem on these trails over the last few years, originally on a dirt bike. If they're younger than him one added bonus for you would be if you leave Ashland Resort's entrance/exit there is a trailhead (system entry point) literally right across the street. The trailhead is to a green trail which are the easier ones. You don't start off on a real steep climb there or anything like that as you do on some trailheads. That would be a bonus if the kids are less experienced.

I rode my 2014 Teryx, my son on a 2018 Artic Cat Wildcat and grandson on a 2wd Honda ATV. it rained all day Friday and off and on Sat. so the conditions were pretty wet and sloppy but we had no issue in the green and blue trails. As was mentioned already, Pocohontas, Indian Ridge, Pinnacle Creek, via a connector, can be ridden as one system. The new Warrior Trail system is not connected to these and is a good ways from them. We only road Pocahontas in Indian ridge this weekend.

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