|Idaho Dunes UTV Invasion
The Idaho Dunes UTV Invasion is set for Labor Day Weekend 2014. This UTV event is being organized by Jon Crowley of UTVGuide.net and Dave Kuskie at Fullerton Sand Sports and will be based at Idaho Dunes RV. The goal of the weekend is to take have UTVs dominate the dunes for the weekend, while showing off our customized rides, see who can make it up Choke Cherry, and how big of a convoy Dave Kuskie can lead through the huge bowls.
This casual gathering is open to industry, enthusiasts and media.
Idaho Dunes RV has reserved a block of full-hookup RV sites for the event, but also have 25 acres of dry camp area if you’d prefer to circle your wagons. TheSt. Anthony Sand Dunes Recreation Area contains over 10,000 acres of massive contiguous sand dunes and is widely known for offering the largest bowls and smoothest free riding area in the country.
Along with Jon Crowley of UTVGuide.net, Neal Rideout ofNeal Rideout Photography will be at Idaho Dunes RV to help photograph to action.
Where to stay:
Idaho Dunes RV – We are encouraging everyone to book early at Idaho Dunes RV. The campground is conveniently located with direct access to the St. Anthony Sand Dunes Recreation Area. Amenities consist of 56 RV campsites, 25 acres of dry camp area, showers, bathrooms, ATV/UTV rentals, trailer rentals, food service and a fully stocked convenience store. All RV sites are pull through and will easily accommodate rigs between 75 to 80 feet long. IDRV is the nearest private campground to the big dunes and will be where group rides are organized and campfire stories are relived.
Egin Lake BLM Campground – The BLM campground is closest to the big dunes. Some spots have water and electric. First come. First served. No Reservations.
Sand Hills RV Resort – 109 RV Lots With Partial and Full Hook-Ups. Lots of nice trees, but farthest from the big dunes where most of the riding will happen.
Hotels – Rexburg, ID is the closest town to the dunes and there are several hotels available. Day use is available at the Egin Lake BLM area.