SunRiders ATV club is a group of ATV riders in the Quartzsite Arizona area. This is a unique group of mostly retired snowbirds. The group rides only in the winter months. The group is focused on maintaining a large group to care for the land and keep access rights available to all.
The Pine Grove ATV Club was founded in 2007 by six riders from the Pine Grove area of California. It has grown to over 120 active members and is international in scope. This is an active group which attends events and Jamborees throughout the western US.
Magic Valley ATV Riders is a family organization welcoming riders of all ages. This is a growing, vibrant, active organization of nearly 400 members. The club believes in promoting safe responsible ATV/UTV riding. Members enjoy riding and camping and believe in working on trails to make riding better and safer.
The Panhandle Riders Association is a volunteer organization of OHV enthusiasts. The group is focused on sponsored OHV events, equal freedom for responsible OHV recreation activities on public and private lands; working with local, regional, state, and federal government agencies and private land owners to better implement, maintain, and develop standards for responsible recreational OHV activities and opportunities on public and private lands.
Airline ATV Riders has a scheduled club ride each month as well as many unscheduled rides. Members do trail work, community projects, and socialize. The club focuses on safe responsible riding. Club membership gives access to Leonard's Mill land and Cherryfield Foods trails, both of which are otherwise restricted.
Cochnewagan Trailblazers is a combination snowmobile and ATV club with a strong family orientation. The club meets each month, and anyone interested in joining is encouraged to attend. There are various club activities including trail maintenance, group rides, and family events.
Valley ATV Riders is a group of volunteers involved with developing trails for all terrain vehicles in Northern Aroostook County, Maine. The group has regular meetings, maintain trails in the Fort Kent Mills area, and hold Poker Runs and other events. Valley ATV Riders works with the community to promote responsible riding.
Oxford Hills ATV Trail Blazers has trails available in Norway, Greenwood, Albany, and Waterford Maine. The group generally meet monthly from April through October. The group holds work days and group rides.
Turner ATV Club is a family oriented group focused on fun. Trails are open seasonally from May until December. This club rides on miles of trail on the State of Maine, Androscoggin Riverlands State Park. Additionally local landowners have granted access to MARKED TRAILS ONLY on private land. Parking is available at the north end of the Riverlands Park on Center Bridge Road, on the south end of the Riverlands Park on Conant Road, at Bryants Airport Variety on Route 4, and at Northeastern Firearms on Route 4.
Twin County Wheelers Inc ATV club is a non-profit organization located in Molunkus, Maine. The goal of the Club is to establish, connect and maintain local trails/access routes in the Molunkus, Macwahoc, Kingman areas and beyond. Also to show our respect to landowners property, to promote ATV safety, and to be able to enjoy the great outdoors from the seat of our ATV's with family and friends!
Ammonoosuc Valley ATV Club is a small club looking for new members, offering access and care of year round trail starting from Aldrich’s in North Haverhill, NH. Trail access continues to Littleton, NH with hopes for expansion. This club supports the Horsemeadows Senior Center with poker run and raffle events.
Stateline Riders is a non-profit officially recognized 501(c) Organization created with the intent of gathering riding enthusiasts from around the region together to share their love of the outdoors, ATV riding, and camaraderie. State-Line Riders embodies the philosophies of team-work, honesty, and safety while always maintaining high standards of respect for the land on which they ride.
Adirondack ATV Riders Club is a private members only club offering trails on 230 acres of private land. Riding, camping, racing, and more are available to members.
This is a family oriented club that promotes and encourages safe riding for everyone.
The Vermont ATV Sportsman’s Association is the statewide association of ATV club dedicated to developing, promoting and conserving responsible, family friendly ATV recreation throughout the state. Located in the towns of Roxbury, Northfield, and Braintree VT, consisting of over 800 miles of legal trail opportunity throughout the state. If you’re looking to ride, look no further, you’ve found VASA!
Monroe Prairie ATV Club is located in the center of the state of Wisconsin. With 300 paid members, they maintain over 250 miles of road routes and 40 miles of off road trails. This club has frequent events including club rides, poker runs and scavenger hunts. Membership is $20.00 a year.
Red Arrow is the northernmost Club in Oconto County, Wisconsin, located right on the Nicolet State Trail in the heart of the National forest. The Nicolet stretches from Gillett to our south, and all the way to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to our north. Trails interconnect with our surrounding counties to expand our riding experience to most of Northeast Wisconsin and beyond. And remember the fall colors usually peak around October 1st.