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Do you love taking your ATV into the backcountry? Now is a great time to do it! If you’ve been looking for an excuse to get out and put your ATV through its paces, the end of summer can give you ample opportunity. It’s also a great time to check out some of the ATV sales Boise, Idaho and the Treasure Valley have been eyeing. What makes the end of the summer season (just before fall) so special? Call it the season of change. Big things are happening at home and in the backcountry. Here are three reasons why late summer might just be the best time to go ATVing.

It’s Back-to-School Season—Fewer People on the Trails

Summer is peak season in the foothills, mountains, and backcountry locations of Idaho, the Pacific Northwest, and all around the country. That can mean large crowds you have to contend with. When you’re enjoying time on your ATV, these crowds can slow things down. In the late summer, however, crowds can start to thin out. With this year’s school season in full swing, families, teens, and many others are a bit more preoccupied. Plus, we’re past peak season, so that helps, too. This can mean your favorite trails and backcountry roads are primed for adventure on some exciting terrain.

The Weather Has Found Its Sweet Spot

Peak summer can mean intense sun and sweltering temperatures, even in recreation spots at higher elevations. It can also be dry and dusty. Going into late summer and early fall, temperatures start to drop, the sun can be less intense, and there can even be more rain. All these conditions can make for an excellent time off-roading and ATVing. It’s also perfect camping weather. You can make the most of a long weekend or a few days away with a camping/ATV trip into the wilderness. Maybe you picked up one of the new toy haulers or travel trailers for sale Boise dealers offered over the summer and you want to put your new camper through its paces, too. It’s the perfect opportunity to say goodbye to the summer and recharge before fall shifts into high gear.

Many Trails and Roads Are Still Accessible

As late summer gives way to early fall, temperatures are dropping around the backcountry—but they haven’t dropped too far just yet. You may start to see a snow flurry in some really high elevation spots, but other than that, your favorite trails are still accessible. If you want to get the most out of your ATV experience, you can use that accessibility to your advantage and explore to your heart’s content. When ATVing on trails or backcountry roads, just be sure they’re open to ATVing. Some trails are closed to ATVs year-round or seasonally. It can be both beneficial and courteous to double-check before your head out.

About DDRV

The open road is calling your name. DDRV is ready to help you answer the call with their huge selection of RVs, motorhomes, boats, ATVs, and more. Whether you’re road-tripping, camping, hunting, fishing, or any other adventure, DDRV has the vehicle you need. Find a new Super C RV for sale or check out the inventory for a pre-owned toy hauler. From Class A motorhomes to compact travel trailers, you can find it at DDRV. Plus, as the boat dealers Idaho loves, you can explore all kinds of fishing boats, pontoons, and personal watercrafts, too. Have an RV that needs service? Bring it into DDRV! They have an experienced and knowledgeable service team—and they’re home to the most Master Certified technicians in Idaho! All of this combines for an adventure experience you can’t beat.

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