Welcoming members Since 2002
Welcome to North Idaho's ATV
North Idaho ATV Association,
Inc. consists of people from all walks of life.
Appreciating our forest lands, while we promote the fun and
enjoyment that the A.T.V. and UTV's have to offer. Riding
trails responsibly and respectfully within the boundaries. North Idaho has many trails and forestry roads
available to enjoy.
increasing our ATV club membership has enabled us to actively
support our rights to the use public lands, by working with the
local authorities to keep trails & roads available for
recreational use. Family's are encouraged to join. If you
are planning to visit any of the North Idaho or Eastern
Washington cities like Spokane, Veradale, Liberty Lake, Post
Falls, Coeur d'Alene, Hayden Lake, Spirit Lake, or Athol area
you are closer then you know to some great ATV riding trails.
All make and model ATV's and UTV's are welcome to ride with us.
The ATV club membership meetings are the 2nd Tuesday of each
month at the Ironhorse Restaurant conference room in downtown
CDA at 7pm. Majority of our events are posted here on our
website as well. We have club rides and monthly meetings
scheduled each month. Campouts, and other activities planned
throughout the year.
on the bottom left section of the page.
For contact information
Click here. Any of the
members listed will be able to answer questions or suggest local
ATV / UTV Owners
Your Trail Maintenance and
Grant funds are at risk.
A Coeur d' Alene
Representative has introduced a bill (HB 437) that would take
85% of each Idaho OHV registration and give it to the county
that each user designates. Currently all Idaho registration
funds go to Idaho Parks and Recreation who use that money to
purchase trail clearing equipment, trail construction machinery,
pay operators/trail rangers, and fund on the ground grant
projects through the ORMV and motorbike fund.
This legislation would destroy these programs and damage the
only state agency that supports OHV recreation. While some large
counties like Kootenai County may have enough registrations to
fund some sort of OHV program, other counties where we ride such
as Shoshone, Benewah, Bonner, and Latah, will not have enough
registrations to fund a program. Keep in mind that there are
only about 60 miles of designated OHV trail within Kootenai
County and I personally am not willing to sacrifice the hundreds
of miles of OHV trail that we enjoy for Canfield and a potential
OHV park. Also remember that IDPR has invested hundreds of
thousands of dollars in trail maintenance equipment that is
currently open to all land managers in Idaho who request their
use. This will not be the case if this law passes.
We encourage all residents to contact your Idaho Representatives
through our easy to use link to let them know you are against
the passage of this bill. If you are a Washington resident I
encourage you to speak to your friends in Idaho or those who
purchase non-resident permits and let them know what is going
on. Out of state residents who enjoy using Idaho trails can also
use this link to let your thoughts be known. It will also be
important to inform OHV owners who don't have access to e-mail.
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Hayden, Idaho 83835
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