Some promoters use big-name country
and rock acts to draw people through
the gates and as added entertainment
off the trails. Brimstone Recreation has
two events a year that take place at the
beginning and end of the summer.
Corporate sponsors are jumping into
these events knee deep, as many of
them have over 1000 attendees. Some
events like the High Lifter Mud Nationals
have numbers in the tens of thousands.
you’ll never forget. New for 2015 are
many new trails, including two overnight rides! Virginia City is one of the
two new overnight rides. Enjoy great
riding and the nightlife of the old west
on this great ride!
Directions: Walker is just below the
Nevada border on HWY 395. From
there it’s a short drive down from
Reno, Nevada, or a bit longer one
traveling up from Los Angeles, but
well worth it.
Contact: 530-208-6078 or www.east
14. JUNE 23-27
We have had the pleasure of attending the National Jamboree, one of the
longest-running ATV jamborees, and
it is still going strong after a quarter
century. The National Jamboree has
six days of guided rides with over 20
routes to choose from, for beginner
to advanced skill levels. Special trips
include an all-female ride, night rides
and an overnight campout for the first
25 riders who like a little adventure.
Most rides are UTV-friendly too. Other
activities such as a poker run, ATV
drag races, mud bogs and ATV pulls,
ATV triathlon, car show, and burnout
contest. Fillmore is one of the gateway towns, with direct access to the
famous Paiute Trail System.
Directions: Fillmore is located
150 miles south of Salt Lake City on
Contact: 800-441-4ATV or www.mill
15. JUNE 28
ATV RIDE UP MT. WASHINGTON
Gorham, New Hampshire
One of the most visited natural sites
in the Northeast besides Niagara
Falls is Mount Washington. People
take the picturesque ride and look out
in all directions to see the beauty of
this part of the country. Well, thanks
to the New Hampshire ATV Club,
one day a year you can ride your
ATV up the roadway. The ride takes
place between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., and
speeds have to be kept under 25 mph.
This year’s ride will be in the mem-
ory of Gary Pomerleau, a local fire-
fighter. The nearby towns welcome
you to ride the trail system known as
Ride the Wilds while you are in town.
Directions: The road is located on
NH Route 16 in Pinkham Notch, New
Hampshire— 12 miles north of Jackson
and 8 miles south of Gorham.
Contact: 603-883-8292 or www.nh