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    Win an ATV at Lady Luck®!

    Pennsylvania abounds with natural beauty and indigenous wildlife, making it an ideal location for an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) adventure. The state's forest administrators agree; several of Pennsylvania's state forests have designated trails specifically maintained for ATV riders. If you and your crew are looking to get outside and enjoy an all-terrain venture, consider these popular trails for riders:

    Martin Hill
    Located in Bedford County's Buchanan State Forest, Martin Hill touts 18 miles of trails, logging roads, and old forest paths. Riders access Martin Hill from a parking area on Route 326. For more information, click here.

    Sideling Hill
    Also part of Buchanan State Forest, Sideling Hill is part of PA's Fulton County. Extending almost 15 miles, this all-terrain stretch can prove both narrow and rough, making it a challenge for rookie riders.

    Michaux State Forest
    This state forest spans both Adam and Cumberland Counties. In summer, this region offers 36 miles of ATV trails, extending up to 42 miles total in winter. Additionally, winter riders share trail access with snowmobilers. With so many miles of designated riding, you and your group will easily find the perfect route for your skill and interest level.

    Whiskey Springs
    If you find yourself in Clinton County, you will want to check out Whiskey Spring with your ATV. Trail mandates require your vehicle be a Class II ATV; less than 58" wide and less than 1,200 pounds. If you can meet those requirements, you will have access to 50 miles of both summer and winter pathways.

    Bloody Skillet
    This trail straddles Clinton County and Centre with 38 miles of summer and winter trails for Class II all-terrain vehicles. Riders will enjoy the sights and excitement offered throughout Sproul State Forest.

    Susquehannock ATV Trail
    Located south of Denton Hill State Park, Potter County's Susquehannock ATV Trail provides riders with 43 miles of summer trail. This route also requires registered Class II ATVs.

    No matter which trails you decide to blaze, it's important to know a few key Pennsylvania State Forest rules and regulations. You should always wear a helmet and eye protection when riding. Additionally, wear protective clothing as well as the rider buddy system is a must for a fun, yet safe, outing.

    Visit Lady Luck® Casino Nemacolin for our ATV Giveaway!

    This November, we’re hosting our ATV Giveaway. You and your crew can earn entries every day in November. Don’t miss the finale drawing on November 26 at 9:00 p.m. when 10 guaranteed winners are drawn for a chance to win one of two ATVs or $5,000 in cash! With those great odds, don’t miss your chance to win!

    We’ll see you here!
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