To say that spring of 2020 caught us all by surprise would be an understatement. Many of us were gearing up for races and prepping trips to Moab or Johnson Valley when “stay at home” orders went into effect. Luckily, this won’t last forever. Every day it looks like the social green flag is closer to dropping, and you better be ready when it does.
We’ve come up with a list of our 2020 Top Sand Dune OHV Areas that we found in the onX Offroad App. The App has over 400,000 miles of trails across the U.S. for every off-road vehicle, with details like trail descriptions, difficulty, duration, and photos. It’s only $30/year — a low-cost investment for trip planning and mapping. At less than a tank of gas, onX Offroad is the tool you need.
onX Offroad’s Must-Ride Dunes of 2020
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Check out the only open sand dune riding area in Colorado, great for all vehicles and abilities. Camping available and options to connect miles of trails into the Colorado State Forest.
Glamis, or Imperial Sand Dunes, is the largest OHV sand dune riding area in the U.S., located in southeastern California, this ‘bucket list’ riding area is full of high, rolling, endless dunes, with terrain for every off-roader and skill level.
White quartz sand covers over 10,000 acres in southeastern Idaho. Dunes 50 to 500 feet high attract off-roaders, hikers, and campers. Head to the west side for steeper, more technical riding.
Bring all of your toys to Sand Hollow State Park for camping, boating, and off-roading slickrock and sand dunes. Near St. George, Utah, there are 6,000 acres of open riding and options to connect to longer trails outside the park.
A little off the tourist path in Utah, this state park south of Zion is worth the trip for the unique pink sand dunes and outstanding views. Great for all levels.
Silver Lake State Park has the only open dune riding east of the Mississippi. Rip around the open riding area with great views of Lake Michigan.
One of the most popular ATV and dune buggy spots in the midwest, this “mini desert” has dunes 25-75 feet high. Camping and rentals available nearby.
Those looking for isolation and extreme adventure will enjoy this 11,000-acre open riding area in southwest Wyoming. Open to all vehicles with terrain for every level. Keep your eyes peeled for the very rare desert elk.
It may be an unusual pit stop in the desert season, but let’s make 2020 an epic year of riding. Download the onX Offroad App, pick your next adventure and send it.