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Where can ATVs and other OHV enthusiasts ride until the ground dries out?

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Q: Some of Minnesota's off-highway vehicle (OHV) trails have been closed due to the spring melt. Where can all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and other OHV enthusiasts ride their machines until the ground dries out enough to reopen those other trails?

A: There are a number of good options throughout Minnesota that are available and open to OHV riding, not just now but year round. When considering public areas, riders should focus on those places that are located on well-drained sites.

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