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What to Bring on an ATV Trail Ride

Going on an ATV trail ride is exciting because of all the fun you that you are going to have on that day. Imagine the adrenaline rush of going through various terrains and simply admiring the beautiful view. If you’re looking for a thrilling outdoor activity, consider an ATV trail ride. But before you head out, whether you are a beginner or an experienced ATV rider, make sure to pack the right supplies. Here’s what you need to bring along:

Water And Snacks

First and foremost, be sure to pack plenty of water and snacks. You’ll be out in the sun all day and it’s important to stay hydrated. Depending on how long the ride is, you may want to pack a lunch as well.


Another essential item to bring is sunscreen. It’s important to protect your skin from harmful UV rays, especially if you’re going to be out all day. Apart from sunscreen, you may also bring other protection from the sun like a hat and sunglasses.

First Aid Kit

It’s always a good idea to bring along a first aid kit, just in case someone gets injured. Make sure the kit includes bandages, antiseptic wipes, and pain relievers. No matter how careful you are, there are some unexpected things that can happen. It would be best to always be prepared just in case you need it.

Clothes And Shoes

Of course, you also need to pack the right clothes and shoes. Depending on the time of year, you’ll want to dress appropriately for the weather. If it’s going to be cold, make sure to bring a jacket. If it’s going to be hot, light clothing is ideal. As for shoes, closed-toe shoes are a must. You don’t want anything that can fall off or get caught while you’re riding.

Other Essentials

Aside from the items mentioned above, there are other things that you may need to bring along depending on your personal preferences. For example, some people like to bring binoculars so they can get a better view of their surroundings. Others bring along a camera to take pictures of the beautiful scenery. You may also want to bring a map of the area so you don’t get lost.

At the end of the day, it’s important to have fun and be safe while on your ATV trail ride. By following these tips, you can be sure to do both. And don’t forget to enjoy the scenery along the way!

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About the Author

Fred Willett

Fred Willett, an off road junky from Memphis who, from the best of his recollection, was born on back of an ATV riding the trail north of Hotsprings, Arkansas. In addition for writing for a couple other ATV blogs including this one, Fred spends whatever money & time visiting Offroad hotspots throughout North America.

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