Many campgrounds allow guests to use golf carts and all-terrain vehicles on private roads and designated trails. Policies do vary, so contact the park management before arrival to get the latest information on ATV use and any other regulations.
Although ATVs are usually welcome around car-camping and RV pads, the nearby trails and back-country campsites are often off limits. Riders can search their state's park directory to find suitable wilderness routes. CampingATV.com also keeps a national database of ATV trails and back country campsites. Most states maintain special byways designed for off-road motor vehicles. These trails are wider and smoother than foot paths, and they have a larger clearance area.