One of the great parts about the St.
Anthony sand dunes is the lake at the
bottom of them. You could find many
groups relaxing and enjoying some cool
water through the weekend.
Thursday morning kicked off with an opening ceremony
at the vendor area. Vendor row catered to UTV enthusiasts,
with manufacturers displaying their cutting-edge technology.
Companies like BoonDocker, Buggy Whip, Fuel Off-Road,
Evolution Powersports, Raceline Wheels, Fullerton Sand
Sports and more showed off their performance parts. Can-Am brought out a slew of Maverick X3s that attendees could
take on guided demo rides in the dunes. Multiple group rides
ended the day, along with a prize drawing at the main stage.
A pancake breakfast helped wake up participants of the
UTV Invasion on Friday morning. Throughout the day more
group rides were held in the St. Anthony dunes that were
led by UTV Invasion, and a nighttime group ride snaked
through the giant sand dunes with BoonDocker heading the
endeavor. A teeter-totter competition got the crowd going
in the afternoon, along with a RZR wrap raffle held by Wolf
Designs. Before the night ride commenced, a fun concert
was held on the main stage.
A show-and-shine was one of the many events you
could participate in at the UTV Invasion. Over 20
The V-Dub Grub grill was out at the UTV Invasion feeding
delicious BBQ to participants who didn’t feel like cooking