Virginia is for lovers…of SXS vehicles!
Stretching from Chesapeake Bay all the way to the Appalachian Mountains, Virginia is on the Atlantic Ocean and full of adventure for family. Named as the State for lovers, this would be a grand getaway for anyone looking for an off-road experience to remember. The fact that Virginia promotes love, you might as well bring your significant other and take off into the wild world of off-road recreation. Also, home to the Shenandoah National Park as well as other attractions, the adventure begins with a simple plan and ends with countless memories here.
Virginia has a rich history, but not just in political history. The wild outdoors is teeming with rough, rugged, historic terrain to traverse like rocky and rutted trails with steep climbs and even more alluring secret photo stops. OHV trail systems like Coal Canyon also open up many, many miles of enthusiastic riding opportunities.
If you are looking to come to Virginia to stay over the weekend or even plan a family off-road vacation, you will have little trouble finding lodging as well as plenty of camping opportunities.
If you are looking for an off-road adventure in Virginia but you don’t feel like towing an ATV or UTV all the way there, Destination Yamaha has a pair of locations in the state where you can rent a machine.
These rental partners have everything you need for an amazing off-road experience aboard a Yamaha ATV or UTV on some of the best terrain in the state.
Sitting in the midst of a little town named Grundy Virginia, Coal Canyon brings to life the many OHV trails and opportunities here. It is estimated that there are over 112 miles of multiple use, well-marked and maintained trails here and if that gets a little tight then you have access to the Ridgeview trails as well! Coal canyon offers many types of terrain from rocky trails filled with gravel to large stone and the occasional mud bogs if the weather drops some moisture before you arrive.
Sporting about 100 miles of trail, the Mountain View Trails system is a county-owned OHV heaven tucked into the St. Paul, Va. area. This system is well suited to providing ATV and UTV owners and their families with days of fun with panoramic views of the landscape surrounding them. In close proximity of a small town called Coeburn, these trails now connect off-road families to local lodging and shopping. This Forest climate trail system has some hard pack trail including steep hills and a few water crossings. It all adds up to a great time for family and friends.
Most would think that they are reading a typo here, but in the great state of Virginia there is also a Pocahontas trail system. It is no relation to the West Virginia Pocahontas trails in the Hatfield-McCoy system, but still just as fun! Owned and operated on property in the county on which it sits, the Pocahontas system offers adventure to the tune of many miles of looping trails.