- Daily rentals cost around $100-$150.
- Gain access to wilderness and scenery that can only be reached by ATV travel.
- Explore hundreds of miles of trails and national forest roads.
- ATV rentals include instruction and safety equipment; no experience is necessary.
ATV riding is a popular activity during the summer and fall months and gets visitors off the beaten path and into the real Wild West. Summer riding will involve passing through fields of wildflowers and cascading waterfalls. As wildlife becomes more active during the fall, ATV riding is popular for hunters and wildlife enthusiasts. No experience is necessary, as training is provided with rentals, but a valid driver’s license is required.
Where to ride ATVs
Travel through pristine wilderness on hundreds of miles of national forest roads and trails appointed for ATV travel. Maps provided at rental companies will aid with a well planned tour. Togwotee Pass and Shadow Mountain are areas close to the park that are popular for ATV exploration. South of town near Alpine, WY, discover the beauty of Grey’s River on a maze of ATV roads.
Rentals & Fees
ATVs can be rented for about $100-$150 per day, depending on make and model. If operating your own ATV in Wyoming, a $15 permit is required.
Safety equipment and training are included in any rental. Some roads can be very rocky and precarious, so be sure to use good judgment and stay on trails and roads that suit your experience and ability level.