Everyone is probably already planning the next destination on a summer road trip, even if they have just returned from an adventure. This is the way of life during the season: the higher the temperatures, the stronger the desire to create new and good memories.
There are many opportunities for car enthusiasts to enjoy summer rest and relaxation. We could attach a motorhome on the roof to the SUV and go camping. A trailer or motorhome could also do the trick. Hey, even cruising alongside family / friends / other important people in your favorite car would do … especially when the trip is essential, not necessarily the destination.
Yet the latter could prove to be just as important. Even for off-road enthusiasts. After all, not everyone knows the best trails or doesn’t have the means and partners to hike them properly. But, according to the folks at ARB 4×4 Accessories, there is a simple solution to the off-road puzzles of summer travel. At least if you live on the east coast, of course.
An amusement park. Not just any theme park, however. But one that is specifically created with the off-roader in mind. And that gives access to everyone, not just Bronco fans, like the cool Off-Roadeo “Off-road outdoor adventure playgrounds.” So, the all-wheel-drive specialist has compiled its list of the four largest all-terrain parks, focused on the east coast of the United States.
First on the list is Windrock Park in Tennessee, which is the largest off-road park in the country. But that doesn’t mean we should overlook the next trio. It is made up of Rocky Mountain Terrain Park (Maine), Gulches ORV Park (South Carolina) and Rausch Creek in Pennsylvania.
Of course, you could argue that a lot of them are overcrowded and have pesky admission fees as well. But we believe that the pros outweigh the cons, like the fact that they are always maintained and well organized. They also have several trails so that one can progress according to skill level, or they allow tours if someone is not familiar with the terrain.