The 7 Best Off-Roading Destinations in the U.S.

Moab, Utah: Renowned for its rugged terrain and iconic red rock formations, Moab offers off-roading enthusiasts a variety of trails, including the famous Hell's Revenge and Fins and Things.

Rubicon Trail, California: Considered one of the most challenging off-road trails in the country, the Rubicon Trail in the Sierra Nevada Mountains offers breathtaking scenery and thrilling obstacles for experienced drivers.

Johnson Valley, California: Home to the King of the Hammers off-road race, Johnson Valley's expansive desert terrain provides endless opportunities for off-roading adventures, from rock crawling to high-speed desert runs.

The Black Hills, South Dakota: With its diverse landscapes, including forests, mountains, and rock formations, the Black Hills offer off-roaders a mix of scenic trails and challenging terrain, such as the iconic Mickelson Trail.

Glamis Sand Dunes, California: Known as the "Sand Toy Capital of the World," Glamis features vast sand dunes perfect for sand dune buggy and ATV enthusiasts looking for adrenaline-pumping off-roading experiences.

The Outer Banks, North Carolina: Explore the beaches and sand dunes of the Outer Banks with designated off-road vehicle areas like Cape Hatteras National Seashore, where visitors can drive along the shoreline

Colorado Rockies: Experience breathtaking mountain scenery and challenging trails in the Colorado Rockies, where off-roaders can explore high-altitude terrain and tackle obstacles