Exploring the World of ATV Clubs and Organizations

Are you an off-road vehicle enthusiast looking for a place to connect with other like-minded individuals and enjoy the great outdoors? Joining one of the many clubs or organizations dedicated to riding and owning an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) is a great way to do just that. From Iowa to New Hampshire, Vermont to Colorado, there are plenty of opportunities for ATV drivers to get involved in their local communities and explore the world of off-road driving. In Iowa, for example, drivers between the ages of 12 and 17 must have taken and passed an educational course on off-road vehicles and have a certificate of education in their possession to drive on public land, public ice and designated off-road vehicle trails. The Millsfield All-Terrain Vehicle Club maintains more than 100 miles of trails and forest roads around a pond that are open to off-road vehicle use.

In New Hampshire, the Sullivan County All-Terrain Vehicle Club is a small group that has about 60 miles of trails between Claremont, Newport and Unity. The Central Mountains All-Terrain Vehicle Association strives to promote the development and improvement of all-terrain vehicle riding trails for the benefit of all all-terrain vehicle cyclists. In Wisconsin, the Elk Country ATV Club is located in the Chequamegon National Forest in Clam Lake. This club focuses on enjoying off-road driving opportunities, protecting and preserving the forest, and promoting safe and responsible off-road driving.

In Colorado, the Pagosa Trail Riders (PTR) are a diverse, family-oriented group whose members love to ride the roads and trails of southwestern Colorado. One of their favorite attractions includes Ride The Wilds, 1000 miles of interconnected trails from Gorham to Pittsburg that are perfect for off-road vehicles. In Vermont, the West Rutland Sportsman's Club is the oldest all-terrain vehicle club in the state. This club is responsible for managing 55 miles of vehicle trails throughout Rutland County.

They also host special events throughout the year that can be found using their Special Event System. If you're an ATV enthusiast looking for a place to ride and connect with other like-minded individuals, joining one of these clubs or organizations is a great way to do just that. With plenty of opportunities for ATV drivers to get involved in their local communities and enjoy the great outdoors, there's something for everyone!.

Catherine Conigliaro
Catherine Conigliaro

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