Tuesday, November 28, 2023


Do you own an ATV or other off-road vehicle?

RVers love toys. There’s no denying that. In fact, RVers love toys so much there’s an RV specifically designed for them (toy haulers, if you didn’t follow…). And within the off-road “toys” category fall ATVs, dirt bikes and dune buggies.

Do you own an ATV, dirt bike or dune buggy (or other off-road vehicle)? If not, do you have any desire to own one? Once you’ve voted, please leave a comment saying what you own or what you’d like to own. Thanks!

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Phil & Peggy (@guest_130064)
2 years ago

I have a Jeep Liberty. Does that count? It’s almost as capable as a Wrangler.

Mike (@guest_129963)
2 years ago

I have a Kawasaki teryx sbs

Richard (@guest_129957)
2 years ago

I have a Can Am 800 Renegade & 650 Outlander. I want Can Am 1000 Maverick side-by-side.

Vicki (@guest_129930)
2 years ago

We have a 2017 Raptor 700, 2005 Raptor 660, 2001 Honda 350, 1994 Suzuki 230 quadrunner.

Sink Jaxon (@guest_129922)
2 years ago

Have a Can-Am Defender for work on our 35 acres. Very important tool!

Terrance Jones (@guest_129903)
2 years ago

2020 raptor 700r se

ANTHONY T WILLIAMS (@guest_129889)
2 years ago

I have a polaris sportsman highlifter 1000

Sue (@guest_129887)
2 years ago

We have a Polaris Rzr 900 side by side. Also a Honda 4-wheeler.

Rick Rou (@guest_129886)
2 years ago

I have a Polaris 2 seat Turbo RZR.
We have 10-12 friends that ride together and love our times together.
We frequent the trail systems throughout WV, KY, TN and VA.
These are pay to ride systems that support many many many local cities and economies.
We rent housing, buy food, fuel and parts if needed. The trail systems typically accommodate riders for all the amenities.
They allow riders to travel between the cities and towns in the OHV’s. Ride to lunch in one town and have dinner in another and back to the campfire for a recount of the days travels. See wild horses. Beautiful forest. Many views.
99% of riders appreciate and respect the hospitality, the sites and the folks.
We explore these systems with 10” tablets loaded with GPS of all of the surrounding trails and accommodations.
Or the good old paper map still gets you where you need to go.
Try the off road life and explore the great sites and support the economies of these once forgotten coal towns.

rich (@guest_129885)
2 years ago

not unless you count our Jeep wrangler.

paul (@guest_129878)
2 years ago

had them all now content to watch kids and grandkids

KellyR (@guest_129876)
2 years ago

Went off road in my VW Thing many times.

Michael Galvin (@guest_129874)
2 years ago

No. They are fun and riders are often inconsiderate with noise, dust, and tearing up terrain.

Mark Nelsen (@guest_129872)
2 years ago

Yes, if you count a 4WD Jeep Wrangler or a mountain bike! 😉

Barry Doughty (@guest_129871)
2 years ago

We have a Polaris General XP, sportsman 800,500, Harley CVO Ultra

Bob Weinfurt (@guest_129865)
2 years ago

No, but I used to have snowmobiles.

Donna (@guest_129864)
2 years ago

We have a 2 seater side by side Rzr that we use on our desert camping trips with our friends & family. Our RV is a toyhauler -and we prefer to boondock.

Elaine (@guest_129861)
2 years ago

We have a couple hundred acre farm so, an ATV is a must for us. We have a Honda 4*4 Foreman quad.

Skip (@guest_129858)
2 years ago

Nope. My son owns a couple including a gator. Use for hunting and his family use camping as there are miles of trails where they do their once a year camping trip. I don’t see a need for an ATV they in my book are not environment friendly.

steve (@guest_129856)
2 years ago

ATV, side by side, golf cart, and two jetskis. Got all the bases covered.

Last edited 2 years ago by steve

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