One of the original 13 U.S. colonies, the state of Pennsylvania contains an abundant wealth of the country's early history. Pennsylvania contains lush grassy fields, bright green forests and beautiful streams and lakes, and you will be able to experience all of this while you ride your ATV along the states' many trails and riding areas. Many of the ATV trails in Pennsylvania have some historic context, and most of them have educational materials posted at the trails themselves, so you can learn a bit about the history of the state while having fun on the trail with your ATV.
In order to ride your ATV in the state of Pennsylvania you must have your vehicle registered with the state's recreation management agency, which requires a small fee that varies county to county. Riding your ATV on any type of paved road is completely prohibited in Pennsylvania, except for when you are crossing highways. Another thing that the state requires is that you wear your safety helmet at all times while you are riding you ATV. Wearing you helmet is simply common sense, but those who are caught not wearing one will suffer legal repercussions, mainly in the way of a large fine. The minimum age requirement for ATV riding in Pennsylvania is 16, though children 10 and older are allowed to ride on public land, and all persons 10-16 are required to have a safety certificate in order to ride.
If you are looking for an ATV experience that is fun as well as educational, then head on over to Pennsylvania.