With the weather cooling down, it really is the best time to explore the great state of Arizona.
This week, we will explore hidden places that best explored in a 2020 Polaris. Don’t have one? It’s only $20 to enter this year’s Raffle Drawing to win a 2020 Polaris and proceeds go to the LDR Foundation Inc.
Each year the LDR Foundation donates hundreds of backpacks and school supplies to local families, organizes family-safe Trunk or Treat events, and spreads holiday joy through its work with the Christmas Angel Tree.
About the Winner
The generous and lucky winner of the raffle will be announced live online, and then be the proud owner of a 2020 Polaris RzR Turbo S SxS, a thrilling and versatile all-terrain vehicle that can take them and up to three (3) friends on exciting socially distanced adventures.
Top 10 Best Off-Road Adventures in Arizona
10. Castle Hot Springs
Near Morristown, Arizona
AllTrails.com describes Castle Hot Springs as an OHV Road is a 36.3 mile lightly trafficked point-to-point trail located near Morristown, Arizona that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for off-road driving.
9. Box Canyon
From AZOffRoading.com Directions to the Trail: From the intersection of Hwy 60 and Hwy 79 at Florence Junction, drive south on Hwy 79 about 5 miles. Turn left at a flagpole between mile markers 144 and 145 at Cottonwood Canyon Road.
8. Martinez Canyon
Gold Canyon, Arizona
From TrailsOffRoad.com, the Martinez Road is a connector trail that will allow you to access the remote southwest region in the Florence, Arizona OHV area. The trail travels through a couple washes and past the entrance to the popular Jack Handle trail, Martinez Cabin Trail and eventually up and over to the Gila River. The rich mining operations that have been conducted in this area for over a century have made it quite famous.
Martinez Canyon Trail – Arizona
7. Reymert Mine Trail
According to AllTrails.com, Reymert Mine Trail is a 4.5 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Gold Canyon, Arizona that features beautiful wildflowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and off-road driving and is accessible year-round.
6. Four Peaks to Roosevelt Lake
Four Peaks Wilderness, Arizona
AZOffRoading.com describes this journey as a huge playground for all kinds of vehicles. Main trail leads to the top of the peak and is about 20 miles long one way. It’s about 28 miles one way, if you go from Hwy 87 all the way to Hwy 188. There’s multiple side trails with many more miles to enjoy!
In part two of this article, we will cover the TOP FIVE off-roading trails in Arizona.
The LDR Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to improve the lives of the members of the surrounding community. The LDR Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to improve the lives of the members of the surrounding community.