Vermont Off Road Adventures, ATVs, Motorized Recreation Services and Trails
Off road vehicle adventures are growing in Vermont with All Terrain Vehicles leading the way. Guided tours and ATV rentals offer great opportunities to get out on the trail and discover the Northeast's backcountry. Our statewide ATV association has developed over 1,200 miles of legal trails and other off road organizations are developing trail systems. This page lists the growing number of guided ATV services and we have information on other off road services.
VASA is the statewide association of ATV clubs dedicated to developing, promoting and conserving responsible, family friendly ATV recreation throughout the state. We currently have over 1,200 miles of legal trail opportunity throughout the state.
Guided ATV Tours, Rentals and Adventure
Guided ATV Tours
170 Route 100
West Bridgewater, VT
Tour Killington on the number one sport performance side-by-side vehicles in the world. Fueled by relentless innovation and the passion for the ultimate off-road experience, Polaris RZR® delivers the perfect balance of performance, ride, handling and comfort. Engineered with exhilarating power, superior suspension performance, and unmatched agility, for the ultimate trail riding experience. Let the excitement begin with our custom guided ATV/UTV adventure tours of the Killington Mountains. Our experienced guides are there to show you the way, and help you any way they can, taking you to breathtaking views and a variety of Killington’s peaks.
Guided ATV Tours, Snowmobile rentals, Heavy Equipment and Event & Party Rentals.
1763 Memorial Drive
St. Johnsbury, VT 05867
NEK Adventures is Vermont`s first ATV tour service! Truly becoming a part of the landscape, whether it's a dirt road, old logging road, or a wooded trail, this is an experience like no other! NEK Adventures gives you the opportunity to see Vermont sights that most will miss traveling by car. Scenic vistas, animals in their natural habitat, and the unspoiled beauty of Vermont's farm land.
ATV Vacations in Maine
North Country Rivers
ATV Tours, Trips, Rentals, Lodging, Maps, Cabins, Camping, Kayaking, Whitewater Rafting, Snowmobiling, Hiking, Mountain Biking , Moose Safaris and Fly Fishing
PO Box 633 Bingham ME 04920
Maine White Water River Rafting on the Kennebec, Penobscot and Dead River Rivers in Maine! We offer Maine Vacation Packages that include River Rafting, Maine Rental Cabins, Meals, Tent Camping and RV Camping. We also offer Moose Safaris, ATV Trips and Rentals, Snowmobiling Trips and Rentals,Hiking, Biking, Fly FIshing and more. The largest recreational complex in Maine. It includes a restaurant & pub, a game room, full facilities for all campers, showers, four-season Maine cabin rentals, campground (camping, platform tents and RV camping). There is also immediate access to snowmobiling trails, hiking trails, biking trails, fly fishing (we're actually right "on" the Kennebec River), skiing, snowshoeing, moose safaris, ATV trails and more!
VASA is the statewide association of local ATV clubs, authorized by, and in partnership with, the State of Vermont to develop and manage ATV trails in Vermont.
Dirt Bikes and Motorcycles
Guide to Vermont Dirt Riding/Dual-Sport Riding
Cycle Conservation Club of Vermont
Dedicated to creating, enhancing and preserving legal off-road and dual-sport motorcycle opportunities in Vermont.
Vermont Motocross Association
The Vermont Jeep Association
formed to allow off-roaders to get together and truly experience the ownership of an off-road vehicle. Although first started by a group of Jeep owners, the club is open to all off-road vehicles. Club members pursue challenges that allow them to see the capabilities of their vehicles first hand.
Vermont Off Highway Vehicle Recreation Association (VORA)
14 Don Camp Drive, Box 2
Call (802) 477-5075
VORA was formed in 2008 by representatives from motorized associations in Vermont including VASA (Vermont ATV Sportsmans Association), The CCC of Vermont (Cycle Conservation Club of VT), and the VJA (Vermont Jeep Association). The groups came together with the assistance of NOHVCC- the National Off Highway Vehicle Conservation Counsel to form a unified group and create a strong voice to attain legal, and safe riding opportunities for Vermont families.