What better way to enjoy the fall colors but by experiencing it on an off-road vehicle? Here are some of our favorite places to ride.


Buena Vista, Colorado

The Buena Vista Chamber of Commerce has an annual historic color tour charity ride with stops at old mining sites and ghost towns. More information can be found here


Paiute Trail, Utah

Two-hundred and seventy-five miles of off-road trails with diverse mountainous scenery await fall color enthusiasts in Utah. The Paiute Trail is heralded as one of the best trail systems in the U.S. With several small towns including Richfield, Marysvale, Beaver, Fillmore and Salina along the system, it’s easily accessible.


Copper Harbor, Michigan

Located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Copper Harbor is an off-road friendly town surrounded by plenty of off-road trails. Cruise next to the lake or ride up Brockway Mountain, the highest above sea-level drive between the Rockies and the Alleghenies, to take in the view. Visit the Keweenaw Visitor Bureaus’ website for more information.


Black Hills National Forest, South Dakota

With 650 miles of off-road trails, there’s plenty of fall color to see in the Black Hills National Forest. From mines to meadows, the system has it all. More information can be found at the USDA’s website.


Jericho Mountain State Park, New Hampshire

Located near Berlin, NH, Jericho Mountain State Park is a must-see getaway. With cabins available on-site, visitors can go from their cabin into fall scenery in a matter of seconds.