Atv camping

ATV Camping: Tips for Planning an Outdoor Getaway with Your Off-Road Vehicle

Heading out for ATV camping? Embrace the thrill of nature combined with the excitement of off-roading. Prepare for an unforgettable experience with these planning tips.

Pre-Trip Prep: The Foundation of ATV Camping

Before you throttle up, map your journey. Check regulations, as not all trails welcome ATVs. Match your camping spot with your off-road route. Balance adventure with safety in your plan.

Choosing Your Camping Site Wisely

Research is key. Find a site that’s ATV-friendly. Prioritize locations with ample space for your vehicle and tent. Look for access to water sources and a flat area to set up camp.

Packing Essentials: Light but Complete

List your must-haves. Camping and ATV gear, repair tools, first aid, and food—keep it essential. Remember, you’ve got limited space, so pack smart. The more compact, the better.

Food and Water: Fueling the Adventure

Simple, nutrient-dense snacks power you up. And water—never undermine its importance. Carry enough water to last the trip, plus some extra. Staying hydrated is non-negotiable.

ATV Maintenance: A Must-Do Before You Go

Your ATV, your responsibility. Inspect it closely before departure. Tires, brakes, and engine—make sure all are in top-notch condition. Pack a small repair kit, just in case.

Navigation Know-How

Don’t solely rely on tech. GPS is great, but trails can confuse it. Bring physical maps and understand how to read them. Being old-school sometimes saves the day.

Setting Up Camp

Once you find your spot, prioritize setting up shelter. Keep it quick and simple. A tent that’s easy to erect saves time and energy after a long ride. Secure it well against the wind.

Leave No Trace

Respect nature. Whatever you bring in, bring out. Garbage, food scraps—leave nothing behind. Your tread marks should be the only proof of your visit.

Wildlife Awareness

Stay alert. You’re the visitor in their home. Store food safely. Avoid surprise encounters, they can be risky. Know the native fauna and prepare accordingly.

Enjoying Responsibly

Remember, ATV camping or ATV riding is a privilege. Be mindful of noise, dust, and your impact on the environment. Keep to marked trails and camping areas to ensure these places remain available for all.

Emergencies and First Aid

Accidents can happen. Be ready with a first aid kit and know how to use it. Instruct everyone in basic aid. Have an emergency plan in place.

Reflection and Respect

As day turns to night, reflect on your journey. Respect the tranquility of the outdoors. Keep noise to a minimum. The starry night sky is best enjoyed in silence.

Wrapping Up and Heading Home

When your adventure ends, double-check your campsite. Leave it cleaner than you found it. Take memories, leave footprints, and start planning the next ATV camping getaway!

In the simplicity of short sentences, this compendium aims to guide the intrepid ATV camper from preparation to exploration with mindful respect for nature. Happy trails and safe riding!


Guest Policy
- A liability waiver must be sign by all participants. For guests under the age of 18 years who will be driving, a parent or guardian is required to sign on their behalf.
- All drivers must participate in the orientation session before the tour.
- No pregnant women, recent surgeries, back/knee problems or any serious health condition allowed on the tour.
- Covered closed toe shoes Recommended for all tours.
- Guests may get dusty or muddy depending on weather conditions. We recommend that guests wear comfortable clothing that they don’t mind soiling.
- Safety Hemlets are provided by XPLOR ATV Tours and are required for all guests to wear.
What should I bring?
We highly recommend sunscreen and your camera. Valuable items not recommended on tour.
What if it rains?
We run tours rain or shine, however heavy rains will cause the tours to be canceled for safety reasons.
Do I need a valid driver's license to drive?
Our tour routes are off road, so guests do not need a drivers license to participate in our tours.
Are there any tours without guides?
All of our tours are fully guided and follow a designated tour route. Our guides are very knowledgeable about the area and will make sure you have fun.
What is there a weight limit?
We have different size ATV’s to accommodate guests of different sizes however we generally would indicate 350lbs limit.
Phone number
+1 (888) 568-2710
+1 (888) 568-2710
Business Time
FROM 10AM to 7PM
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