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Dunes and Trails ATV Club
This Las Vegas club was formed to bring recreational riders together to ride the deserts, dunes, and mountains of the west. It has become an active and friendly group of all ages and skill levels, who are having a great time out on the trails.

Outback Explorers ATV Club
A fun ATV club that meets regularly in the Panaca Town Hall in Nevada. Established in 2003 to bring together those who share an interest in exploring this great country we live in. This club has an assortment of all ages and skill levels, sport and utility machines. Some rides are day rides, others weekend rides where they take tents and RV’s and have pot luck dinners.

Just a bunch of people that like to go riding and playing around on quads in the Ely, Nevada area.

@ Large ATV
Churchill County
Fallon, NV 89406
Email: dutyandme@yahoo.com
Phone: (775) 427-4435
A very informal ATV Group in the Northern Nevada area. The idea is simple no officers, no dues, it cost nothing to join. We will try and have a ride about twice a month using e-mail to notify all interested persons as to the; what, when, where and how. If you would like to be added to the list just drop me a e-mail or give me a call.

Dunes and Trails ATV Club
4455 West Ford Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89139
Email: garyclinard@yahoo.com
Phone: (702) 270-3750
Active club rides Nevada, Utah, Arizona, and California. Check our website for all the information.

Friends of Sand Mountain
Fallon, NV 91750
Email: crowley9@pacbell.net
Unite, inform and mobilize to keep Sand Mountain, NV open.

Northern Nevada ATV Association
3215 Shirley Lane
Winnemucca, NV 89445
Email: turtle89446@yahoo.com
Phone: (775) 625-4638
This is a family oriented club which mainly trail rides and is also involved with establishing ATV trails in Lander county in Northern Nevada.

Northern Nevada Offroad
Reno, NV 89503
Email: info@nvoffroad.com
Web site for the Northern Nevada Off-Roader. Meet new people, discuss off-roading topics or plan rides.

Outback Explorers ATV Club
P.O. Box 623
Panaca, NV 89042
Email: mark@obeatv.com
A family oriented club, promoting safety, education, and responsibility of the sport.

Renner ATV Riders
5222 Reno Highway
Fallon, NV 89406
Email: info@renneratvriders.com
Phone: (775) 867-4555
Fax: (775) 867-4556
Chapter 556 of the Honda Rider's Club of America (HRCA). All brands are welcome. Monthly rides and events. Check web page for info.

Roughnecks ATV Club
Ely, NV 89301
Email: pokey@roughnecks-atv.org
All types of ATV's welcome! Hook up with us to go riding all over White Pine County.

Sierra Nevada ATV Association – SNATV
P.O. Box 8558
Reno, NV 89507
Phone: (775) 323-5551
E-mail: zampano1@msn.com?subject=SNATV
Do You Wanna Ride. Tired of being excluded by MX and Dual Sport clubs because you ride a ATV. Get Organized. Join other ATV riders for high-desert / Sierra mountain trail rides and MX / TT racing on No. NV tracks.

Team Shannon Quad Racing
Reno, NV 89506
Email: quadracer47@tsqracing.com
A Few Friends that like to Race formed the team in order to travel to tracks in the Western US. We race the WORCS series and other local races and invite anyone that would like to Race and travel with us to e-mail the Team.



Utah ATV Association *State Association*
P.O. Box 70586
West Valley City, UT 84170-0586
Email: UTAHATV@aol.com
Phone: (801) 966-0587
Our group, out of West Valley City, plans recreation opportunities for the members and their families while promoting trail riding as a legitimate and respectable activity.  Club dues are $25.00 per year per family. We have a club ride every month. Our August ride is from Salt Lake City, Ut. to Wendover, Nv. and back, 117 miles each way, 2 days, and we stay at the Casinos.

Southeastern Utah OHV Club
Located in CastleDale, Utah they represent the interests of OHV and motorcycle enthusiasts not only in this area but statewide and nationwide through their work in the San Rafael Swell and the Manti Mountains.

Southeastern Utah OHV Club
Located in CastleDale, Utah, they represent the interests of OHV and Motorcycle enthusiasts not only in this area but statewide and nationwide through their work in the San Rafael Swell and the Manti Mountains.

Utah ATV Association
Out of Salt Lake City, the Association plans recreation opportunities for members and their families while promoting trail riding as a legitimate and respectable activity.

Utah Trail Machine Association
An organization out of Provo that fosters friendships among individuals who enjoy the same interests, allows for recreational activities for the entire family, and protects riding areas belonging to the public. They also sponsor 23 rides a year, giving riders a chance to meet new people and experience new riding areas.

Western Slope ATV Association
Based out of Grand Jct. Colorado which is about 30 miles from the Utah border just off I-70. There are over 200 members in the club. Monthly meetings and lots of riding.

Fillmore East Millard Lions Club
490 E. Canyon Rd.
Fillmore, UT 84631
Email: utatv@sisna.com
Phone: (435) 743-6501
ATV Ride For Life Poker Run on Saturday, August 4, 2007 in Fillmore, Ut.  All proceeds will go to the Huntsman Cancer Foundation.  For $25.00 you ride the Paiute Trail, receive a poker ticket & dinner.  Many prizes given. Sign up 100 S 100 E Fillmore, Ut. between 8-10 AM on 08-04-07 or call Virginia Gehre at 435-743-6501

Manti ATV Tour
498 North 400 West
Manti, UT 84642
Email: alvin@manti.com
Phone: (435) 835-5050
Manti ATV Tour is held every year in August. The tour runs 2 consecutive days and includes lunch and dinners, prizes for a poker run and the most beautiful scenery in the Manti La Sal Mountains. Each day is a new trail adventure. Please come and enjoy our beautiful mountains and have a great time.

National ATV Jamboree
P.O. Box 3
Fillmore, UT 84631
Email: paul_caso@blm.gov
Phone: (435) 759-2543 or (800) 441-4ATV
The National ATV Jamboree is held each year during the last week in June, in Fillmore, Utah, the gateway to the Paiute ATV Trail. Visit our website for pictures of past jamborees as well as exact dates and itinerary for the year. Limited to the first 500 riders, the jamboree has its own small group atmosphere where everyone can get acquainted and subsequent jamborees feel almost like family reunions as old ATV friends meet once again. Your registration includes five days of guided rides by knowledgeable, friendly guides, breakfast each day, a jamboree T-shirt and a welcome packet full of fun goodies. There are seventeen guided rides available. The diverse scenery ranges from the high ridges of the 10,000+ feet of the Pahvant mountains to the desert terrain of lava tubes, extinct volcanoes, Indian art and the Clear Lake Bird Refuge. A wide variety of riding difficulty is offered with rides ranging in length from a few hours to all day. Evening activities include a free pool party sponsored by the Fillmore Chamber of Commerce with free pizza plus potluck provided by jamboree participants. There is a progressive dinner in Chalk Creek Canyon sponsored by the Sand Rock Ridge Riders ATV Club and a Texas Barbecue dinner. In addition, the following activities round out the week: A poker run, mud bogs and pull, kids ATV rodeo, car show, craft show, ATV parade and triathlon. This week of fun is a great vacation idea for the entire family.

Pathfinderzz ATV Club
P.O. Box 523
Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
Email: pathfinderzz@msn.com
Family oriented group. Our rides cover the entire state. Email for information on fees and ride schedule.

Sand Rock Ridge Riders ATV Club
P.O. Box 416
Fillmore, UT 84631
Email: rbean@sisna.com
Phone: (435) 743-5357
The club sponsors a Ride For Life Poker Run on the Paiute Trail on the first Saturday in August. August 7 2004 will be the 2nd annual ride. All proceeds go to the Huntsman Cancer Institute. For more information contact rbean@sisna.com.

Southeast Utah OHV Club
P.O. Box 221
Orangeville, UT 84537
Contact: Larry Brown
Email: rbrown@etv.net
Phone: (435) 748-5158

Star*Trails ATV Riders (STAR) Association
PO Box 273
American Fork, UTAH 84003
Email: starassoc@aol.com
Phone: (801) 756-0667
Fax: (801) 756-0667
Mary is Utah's NOHVCC Rep.. STAR has ATV Rides and OHV Trail Hug Projects each month. Keeping our ATV Trails and ATV Education and Safety is our mission.

Tri-State OHV Club
P.O. Box 486
Washington, UT 84780
Email: willie-31@msn.com
Phone: (435) 635-4338
We are a family oriented club promoting safety, environmental protection and education to the sport as well as how to have safe fun.



Colorado Off-Highway Vehicle Coalition
They represent, assist, educate, and empower OHV recreationists in the protection and promotion of off-highway motorized recreation throughout Colorado.

Colorado Quad Runners
They ride 4x4's and ATVs of all types and sizes and have club meetings once a month. Members come from as far as Pueblo, Colorado to Cheyenne, Wyoming. Most are from the Denver Metro area.

Northern Colorado Trail Riders
Out of Loveland, CO, they are dedicated to preserving motorized recreation opportunities in Northern Colorado. Although their charter is to represent 4WD, ATVs, snowmobiles and motorcyclists, most of the members are motorcyclists.

Rocky Mountain ATV Club
For those who own or are planning to buy an ATV and live in the Denver, Colorado area. They are a group of people located in the Denver area who get together to ride ATV's. No dues. No meetings. Just lots of fun.

Royal Gorge ATV Club
Out of Penrose, CO, this is a family-based club with two primary goals: 1- To enjoy safe, yet challenging ATV rides in the natural beauty offered to all lucky enough to live in Colorado. 2- To bring friends and family together in a year-round outdoor activity.

San Juan Trail Riders
Based out of Durango, CO, this is a group of off-road motorcycle and ATV enthusiasts who enjoy riding the trails of southwestern Colorado.

Western Slope ATV Association
Based out of Grand Jct. Colorado which is about 30 miles from the Utah border just off I-70. There are over 200 members in the club. Monthly meetings and lots of riding.

Colorado Quad Runners
Denver, CO
Email: denvertrails@cqr.org
Phone: (303) 809-4944
The Colorado Quad Runners is the largest ATV club in Colorado. Our dedication is to families, fun on the trails and the preservation of Colorado's open space. We support many OHV organizations, including, COHVCO, ATVA and Blue Ribbon. We have meetings once a month for "fun and education" plus campouts, rides, events and workshops. CQR has a chapter near you. DENVER TRAILS, COLORADO SPRINGS, the NORTHWEST MOUNTAIN CHAPTER and a chapter just for those who like to RACE. JOIN US, and see what makes us special.

Creede OHV Club
804 Starlight Circle
Creede, CO 81130
Email: jguthals@centurytel.net
Phone: (719) 658-0412
Fax: (719) 658-0412
Our Club will work for the enhancement of State and Federal laws concerning Jeeps, ATV's and other off-highway vehicles to promote responsible use, reasonable restrictions and laws and registrations.  Our goal is to promote more sustainable motorized trails by working with the USFS.

High Rocky Riders Off Road Club
P.O. Box 1810
Buena Vista, CO 81211
Email: secwc@yahoo.com
HRR is a club of 200 plus members promoting responsible 4 wheeling and close working relationships with the USFS and BLM to protect motorized access.  Ride schedule and membership applications posted on website which we invite you to visit for more information.

Mile High Trail Riders
3660 Betty Street
Castle Rock, CO 80108
Email: clubinfo@mhtr.org
Phone: (303) 347-9277
Fax: (303) 347-9271
The Mile High Trail Riders (MHTR) are an innovative group of riders dedicated to the sport of riding both ATV’s and Motorcycles in Colorado. What makes the MHTR so unique is the absence of annual dues, their innovative monthly meeting style and the ability to offer families with both types of vehicles the opportunity to ride with an organized team of riders. Campouts, day rides and out-of-state adventures continue to draw new riders to the group each month. Driving Colorado trail restoration, public riding events and community projects, round out these riders diverse appeal to state agencies and their fellow Coloradoans. The MHTR support The Colorado Off-Highway Vehicle Coalition (COHVCO), Tread Lightly, ATVA, Blue Ribbon Coalition and local charities of Colorado. Those desiring to meet the members and find out more about the MHTR can stop in at their meetings held the 4th Tuesday each month at the Fay Myers Motorcycle World (7:30pm). Meetings are designed in breakout groups (not an audience speaker concept) and the topics revolve primarily on camaraderie, ride locations, riding styles, vehicle set up, activities, etc. Destin to become one of Colorado’s largest ATV clubs, the MHTR is simply designed to have fun!

Rocky Mountain ATV Club
4821 N. Blazingstar
Castle Rock, CO 80104
Email: mscottbaker@earthlink.net
The Rocky Mountain ATV Club would like to invite you to join in the fun. We are a group of people located in the Denver area who get together to ride ATV’s. We have member's ages 12 to 60+ that ride anything from 4X4 utility quads to race quads. Experience is not necessary, the club members are eager to help. How fast you ride is not important, we accommodate every riders style and skill level everyone can ride at his or her own pace. We stop frequently to re-group and socialize. Our goal is to be safe, have fun, and respect the environment. We don’t have dues, although we get together occasionally for dinner. We are family oriented and many of our members combine camping with their ATV riding.

Royal Gorge ATV Club
125 Eighth Street
Penrose, CO 81240
Email: colorado2003@netzero.com
Phone: (719) 579-9125
Family oriented with emphasis on rides twice a month, safety, volunteer work with BLM and Colorado State Forest Service. We sponsor ATV rodeos with club owned sled for ATV sled pulls for public events. Web site is http://www.royalgorgeatv.com/ for further info on our activities.

2331 Springside Dr.
Colorado Springs, CO 80915
Email: john_sherwood_76@yahoo.com
Colorado Sport ATV Club.

Thunder Mountain Wheelers
P.O. Box 203
Delta, CO 81416-0203
Email: wblack8709@msn.com
Phone: (970) 874-8709
The Thunder Mountain Wheelers (TMW) is a diverse group of individuals, Businesses and families. TMW is registered as a Federal Tax exempt Non-Profit Colorado corporation primarily involved in public service volunteer projects such as education, reservoir clean up, trail maintenance and trail construction.

West End Wheelers
P.O. Box61
Nucla, CO 81424
Email: JDRGH2@aol.com
Phone: (970) 865-2270

Western Slope ATV Association
P.O. Box 4283
Grand Junction, CO 81502
Email: lucky7@bresnan.net
(970) 242-8842
Fax: (970) 242-9408
Western Slope ATV Association is a group based out of Grand Jct. Colorado which is about 30 miles from the Utah border just off I-70. There are over 200 members in the club. Meetings are the 3rd Wed. of every month and club rides are at least 2 to 3 times a month on weekends as well as many of the retired members riding during the week. Club rides are geared toward all skill levels. The club sponsors many of the trails on the Uncompaghre Plateau and Grand Mesa National Forest. We clean, groom and maintain them each year. Dues are $20.00 per family for the year. As well as monthly rides the club has a rodeo, participates in many parades, S.A.R.C., build bridges, sponsors a 3 mile stretch of highway that they maintain, have night rides and overnight outings and many other family activities. They have a certified ATV Safety instructor who teaches basic ATV training and safety also. The club offers free maps of the trails they sponsor for those coming to the area to ride as well as members that can direct you to some fantastic riding in the area. Give us a call if you are in our area. Visit our web site (http://www.wsatva.org) complete with pictures of our rides, sponsors, and club activities.


New Mexico

4x4-Corners OHV Club
P.O. Box 1145
Bloomfield, NM 97413
Email: mrvandre@hotmail.com
Phone: (970) 531-0426
4x4-corners OHV club.  Located in Farmington, NM but serving the four corners area of Colorado, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico.  Trail rides, rock crawling and Family is what we do best.

2343 State Rd 209
Clovis NM 88101
Email: rpattison@juno.com
Phone: (505) 985-2374
(NOHVCC) is a publicly supported, educational foundation organized for the sole purpose of promoting safe, responsible, family oriented off-highway recreational experiences. We are a forum for organizations and supporters of OHV recreation, including OHV manufacturers, related businesses, affiliated foundations, OHV dealers, clubs and enthusiasts, to become partners in creating a positive future for the sport

New Mexico OHV Association (NOMA)
Contact: rpattison@juno.com


Kansas ATV Association *State Association *
1317 South Fountain Drive
Olathe, KS 66061
Email: info@katva.org
Their two slogans: "Protecting our right to ride" and "Family fun with safety number one." They strive to live up to those slogans by working to open more ride areas and being family oriented. They are based out of Lenexa, Kansas.


Mud Slingers
222 N. Muskogee
Wewoka, OK 74884
Email: Vincentself@hotmail.com
Phone: (405) 257-9900
Weekend rides. We have great places to ride. Riders age from 3 to 70. Four wheelers, dune buggies, and dirt bikes. We have camping rides to one day rides. All are welcome if you don't mind a little mud.

OKC Dirt Riders
Oklahoma City, OK 73110
Email: Tony4465@aol.com
Phone: (405) 869-7232
Trying to form a club in the area have noticed none are out there? Looking to start a family oriented club with weekend outings to local and out of state riding areas. We all know the more the merrier!

OKC Quads
7128C McNarney Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73145
Email: okcquads@netscape.net
We Ride Twice A Month. Mostly On Weekends. All Over State. Everyone Welcome. All Quads and Ages. Currently Planning Out Of State Rides In Utah and Colorado. Not riding much now because of cold weather but will start up again in Feb 04.

Oklahoma Dirt-Slingers
Talala, OK 74080
Email: mojaverider@dirt-slingers.com
Newly formed NE Oklahoma Riding group. Family oriented, not afraid to get dirty, and always looking for new places and people to ride with. We are just a group that likes to have fun on the trails without all the club politics. Young or old, your welcome to join us. Check out our Oklahoma Dirt Slingers Racing Team www.oklahomadirtslingersracing.com.

Rebel Outlaws
P.O. Box 663
Kansas, OK 74347
Email: racechick125@yahoo.com
Phone: (918) 868-2651
Rebel Outlaws are a group of riders who love to ride in Oklahoma, Missouri, and Arkansas. We are not a club so we do not collect membership dues, elect officers, or have a set of rules. We are family oriented and also do things outside of riding our ATVs. We also have a free forum up at http://rebeloutlaws04.proboards31.com.

Suicide Offroad
815 NW 58th St.
Lawton, OK 73505
Email: suicideoffroad@yahoo.com
Phone: 760-617-5880
We go on trips to ride anything from dunes to tracks, cross country, and climbing. The club takes deposits and does the work in planning so the rider needs only show up, and roll. We do the work so our members don't have to. All of the founders and club president are active duty army, and are life saver certified and experienced.

Timberwolf Trail Riders
919 W Pittsburg PL.
Broken Arrow, OK 74012
Email: timsprintcar@yahoo.com
Phone: (918) 260-4917



Arizona ATV Riders
A Phoenix-based ATV club that organizes rides in some of the most beautiful areas of the southwest for all types of ATV riders, from beginners to advanced, and from the sport rider to the utility ATV rider. They do many family rides too, so everyone is welcome.

Dirty SOBs
The Dirty Southwestern Offroad Boys Society (Dirty SOBS) are a recreational club in Phoenix, Arizona that has an official monthly club ride, and monthly meetings to pick ride leaders and rides at various eating/drinking establishments around the valley of the sun.

Riding Arizona
An OHV network specializing in Arizona trail information for riders of quads and motorcycles. They work closely with various environmental agencies to identify and preserve the best riding opportunities in the state.

Apache County ATV Roughriders
P.O. Box 250
Eagar, AZ 85925
Email: info@azatvoutlawtrail.com
Phone: (866) 409-9378
Fax: (928) 333-5451
See the beautiful White Mountains of Eastern Arizona during our 1st Annual Outlaw Trail Jamboree September 08-11, 2004. Be a part of history as we celebrate the area's rich western and outlaw history as never seen before. Register online @ http://www.azatvoutlawtrail.com. The Apache County ATV Roughriders Club was organized two years ago and sponsored the first annual ATV Jamboree in the state of Arizona - The Arizona ATV Outlaw Trail Jamboree. The Jamboree will be held this year on September 6 - September 10, 2005. For more information, check out our website at: azatvoutlawtrail.com.

Arizona ATV Riders, Inc.
1439 West 5th Place
Mesa, AZ 85201
Email: info@azatvriders.org
Since being listed on your club page, we have grown to the point to where we now have our own website, azatvriders.org. Thank you for your support in helping us to achieve this goal.

Arizona Quads
880 N Los Altos Dr.
Chandler, AZ 85224
Email: jeremy@jeremylockhart.com
The goal of Arizona Quads is to be able to easily find where and when other ATV riders will be riding.  A user-editable event calendar with RSVP helps users know when and where people are riding.

DirtySOBS ATV Club
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
Email: genecarmickle@qwest.net
Recreational Club that meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month at Flicka's Baja Cantina - Scottsdale Rd north of McDowell - 6:30pm.  The Dirty S.O.B.S. provides an outlet for ATV Enthusiasts to get together on a monthly basis to explore AZ's desert and mountain trails and various other landscapes of interest (ie: Yuma Dunes / Mexico's Sonoran Desert and Mexico Beaches).  We promote 'Stay on the Trails' by working with several government agencies to help keep existing trails open to motorized vehicles.  We installed and maintain the first three OHV Informational/Mapped Kiosks in AZ.  We partnered with BFC/ AZOHVC in the signing and cleanups around the Lake Pleasant area.  Please obey the OHV rules so we don't lose this popular riding area.

Islanders ATV RC
9963 W. Constellation Way
Tucson, AZ 85735
Email: mbusbym420@aol.com
Phone: (520) 904-4717
Fax: (520) 883-2835
One of Southern AZ only ATV riding clubs we meet on the weekend and ride on hundreds of miles of trails, with trips to the dunes, several times a year as well as active in our community to keep our rites to ride. So if you would like to go on the ride of your lifetime, contact us and we will set it up for you!

Ironwood ATV Riders
Tucson, AZ 84743
Email: IronwoodATVRiders@aol.com
Currently in formation, no organization established as of 6/15/00. Association is a family oriented ATV club for two and four wheel trail riders. Anticipating placing flyers at all Tucson area ATV shops/dealers within 10 days which will have phone numbers and a time/date for our first organizational meeting on the northwest side of Tucson.

Riding Arizona
Phoenix, AZ 85040
Email: Shannon@RidingArizona.com
Riding Arizona is an OHV network, specializing in Arizona trail information for riders of motorcycles and quads. We keep in close contact with the land management agencies like Arizona State Parks, Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Arizona Game & Fish, Arizona State Land Department, and the National Forests to identify the best riding opportunities in the state.

4611 E. Fairbrook Cir.
Mesa, AZ 85205
Email: admin@southwestriders.com
Phone: (602) 478-7166
SouthWestRiders.com was initially started with the desire to give OHV enthusiasts in the State of Arizona, a better Forum experience in a more relaxed, flame free atmosphere. The goal was to have a place for you and me to go for OHV and related information, find riding buddies and to make new friends without the free-for-all nonsense (we do have a free-for-all board if you need it), while still providing a fun, enjoyable forum experience.

While that will always be our first goal, it didn't take long to expand on the original idea by including the five other Southwest States (CA, CO, NV, NM, UT) in sharing riding experiences and destinations, most within a one day drive for members living in the six state area. Although there is much of Arizona I haven't ridden, I love the idea of traveling, riding and seeing new areas. I'm hoping there are many of you out there that feel the same way.

Just as importantly, we promote involvement in OHV Politics where preserving our riding areas is concerned. Equally, we support volunteer efforts in assisting our land agencies in any way we can as well as encouraging involvement in the Tread Lightly program. We hope to acquire members that have the skill and desire to be a voice for our sport while representing SouthWestRiders.com. Members will also be encouraged to volunteer their time, when they can and when the opportunity exists, to assist the land agencies in their area where OHV interests are concerned.

Our intent is to be a group of Quad and Motorcycle riders from the SouthWest U.S.A. that share basically the same interests, trail riding and back country exploring. We will always encourage those of you from outside the six state area to join in and discover what opportunities the SouthWest has to offer.

White Mountain Open Trails Association
P.O. Box 833
Show Low, AZ 85902
Email: mikesipes@citlink.net
Phone: (928) 537-9863
White Mountain Open Trails Association (WMOTA) is an ATV/Motorcycle Trail Riding Club in Show Low, AZ. One of our goals is to create and preserve OHV trails in the Apache / Sitgreaves National Forest, and we are working with the Forest Service and other Agencies to accomplish that.

Yuma Duners
Yuma, AZ 85364
Email: jdune@hitesman.com
Phone: (928) 373-9663
From the Yuma, Arizona area, Yuma Duners is an informal group of sand dune enthusiast who meet on a semi-regular basis and enjoy recreating in the southern end of the Imperial Sand Dunes of California. They have informal dinner meetings on the second Tuesday and final Friday of each month. Please visit our site for more details on meetings and other events in the dunes.


Texas ATV Association *State Association*
P.O. Box 6
Silsbee, TX 77656
Email: TexasATV@aol.com
Phone: (409) 386-1816
Lifetime memberships are only $6.00. Our goal is create more areas for ATV riders to ride. We want to unite all Texas ATVers into a group that not only responsibility rides the Texas countryside but also helps to protect it and the resources it holds. There are many areas to ride in Texas that will never be accessible, however through a united effort we can open up access by working with landowners and even leasing riding areas. Part of our job is to help inform riders and owners of ATVs what's happening in different parts of the state. We need your help.

East Texas Mud Slangers
ATV Club based out of New London Texas
club_email: sfrancis@hughes.net
phone: 903-984-2632

Bushwackers ATV Club
Out of Longview, Texas, theses guys like to ride, drink beer, and ride.

Cedar Creek Mudcats ATV Club
Locaked in North East Texas, this is a group of people that meets once a month to ride, have club parties, and ride in parades when possible. This is a club for the whole family.

Mud Galore ATV Club
Out of Houston, TX, this is a club created by women, but everyone is welcome! The only requirement is a passion for the sport of ATVs. Their ultimate goal is to enjoy life, make friends, ride hard, ride deep, and somewhere along the line provide charity work to assist families in our community.

South Texas Quad Racing Association
Out of Cleveland, Texas, here you'll find rules and stats if you're interested in quad racing.

Texas ATVs
They claim to be the largest ATV group in Texas. Join their community of riders and help make ATVing thrive throughout the state of Texas.

Texas Motorized Trails Coalition
The "authority" figure for trail use and land management use in Texas. Not a political entity, but a management tool....the best team of off-road management specialists representing the variety of user groups in Texas.

Texas Mud Unlimited
For the people of Texas that like to go play in the mud.

Adult ATVers
34 April Village
Montogomery, TX 77356
Email: Adult ATVers@aol.com
Welcome to a new and exciting club. No membership fee's req. Just show up for the fun. This Club is for adult's who want to ride their ATVs more often then just in hunting season. Please Email me for up coming rides. Working on a July 4th ride at Sam Houston National Forest (60 mile of trails) Email if interested.

All Jacked Up ATV Club
3339 FM 959 N
Beckville, TX 75631
Email: mudbug_n_chic@yahoo.com
Phone: (903) 987-0783
All Jacked Up is a new and growing club in East Texas based at Mud Bug Park in Lakeport, Tx. We enjoy riding our ATVs and spending time with our friends. We are a family club and open to anyone with an interest in ATVs, dirtbikes, and other off-highway vehicles. If interested in joining or just hanging out with us, feel free to give us a holler!

Atown Quad Club
6605 Falcon Dr.
Amarillo, TX 79109
Email: atownquadclub@aol.com
Looking to get a family orientated ATV club started that can reach out to the family who is looking for planned riding events, barbeques, and hanging out. Will see how far it goes and decide, later on a small membership fee that would include a t-shirt, monthly event calendar, and club cards that could be passed out to grow our club.

Cass County ATV Club
P.O. Box 253
Atlanta, Texas 75551
Phone: (903) 796-1836
We will go just about anywhere for a good ride. Remember to ride safe and not alone.

Cedar Creek Mudcats ATV Club
913 VZ CR 2812
Mabank, TX 75147
Email: mitymike777@aol.com
Phone: (903) 887-5517
We are located in North East Texas, at Cedar Creek Lake.

Centex Quadaholics
Central Texas, TX 76502
Email: thudly@centexquadaholics.com
Central Texas' Premier ATV Club! For mud, water, and fun... contact us. After all, "they build'em stock... we make'm rock!"

Cherokee County Mud Hawgs
Hwy 79
Jacksonville, TX 75766
Email: cchawgs@hotmail.com
We are an offroad mud bog club...nothing we like better than playing in the mud and trying out those Outlaws and Swamp Lites.

Creek Freaks
509 Elm
Honey Grove, TX 75446
Phone: (903) 640-3717
Group of friends who have been riding together since childhood, so we named ourselves!

East Texas Muducks
Longview, TX 75602
Contact: Ken
Email: kfig2@cs.com

El Paso Quad Club
El Paso, TX 79924
Email: maricia@elp.rr.com
Phone: (915) 554-5051
Trail Rides, Picnic's, Organized Fun, Reduced prices for parts, Business sponsors, club parties, overnight camping, club cards, T-shirts, Caps, news letter, and Family Fun! Membership Fee includes, T-shirt, Caps, Xmas party, and 4th of July party.
Single member: $35.00
2 Family member: $50.00
Business member: $135.00

Mad Max Tribe
1001 HWY 79 N.
Henderson, TX 75652
Email: maidenofthestorm@yahoo.com
Phone: (903) 931-3265
Go Deep or Go Home! We are a close knit group from all over the state. We ride in big events and we get together for club rides as well. If you are interested in joining or just want to ride with us, you can contact us to fill out an application form. There is no membership fee for now.

1131 Summerville
Kaufman, TX 75142
Email: atvrules@hotmail.com
Phone: (972) 932-6344
Always looking for a new trail. Happy trail riding.

MudGalore ATV Club
Houston, TX 77022
Email: stapletonau2002@yahoo.com
Phone: (318) 537-0923
We are an ATV club founded and ran by women with women in mind, however our membership is open to everyone. We want to encourage female participation in the sport of ATVs and we work to ride hard, ride deep, and make friends along the way. Come check us out.

Mudd Turtles of East Texas
212 Remington Drive
Kilgore, TX 75662-9755
Email: tcevans15@juno.com
Phone: (903) 983-2816

Rattlesnake Ridge Riders
19486 FM 2767
Winona, TX 75792-7018
Email: dholmes@prodigy.net
Phone: (903) 565-4977

Redneck ATV Mudd Club
8056 CR296 E.
Kilgore, TX 75662
Email: gitrdone78@wmconnet.com
Phone: (903) 987-9450
This club is for people who go to East Texas Schools and are bored of the same-o same-o. If you live in Longview, Kilgore, or Tatom, give me a call at (903) 987-9450 and there is no cost to join.

Ridin' Dirty ATV Club
P.O. Box 457
Carthage, TX 75633
Email: samathal8585@yahoo.com
Phone: (903) 754-2468
Fax: (903) 693-7436
There are no annual dues to be a member of our club. The only requirement is that you leave your troubles at home and enjoy the ride. Oh yeah, and that you don't mind "Ridin' Dirty". We have fun in the mud. If you are interested in riding with us e-mail or call me.

Rough Riders
327 Innsbruck
9999 Alameda
El Paso, TX 79927
Phone: (915) 872-9467
We ride every single Sunday at Red Sands (off the mountain) if you want to join is $35.00 the single entry fee.

Strollin Hobos
El Paso, TX 79924
Email: hobojames@hotmail.com
Fax: (915) 886-4202
We are a family group which primarily rides in Southern New Mexico. We have no yearly fees or dues. We just offer plenty of fun and adventure.

The Sulphur River Riders
C/O Shannon Bankston
102 West Bonham Street
Ladonia, TX 75449
Email: badoutlawin1880@yahoo.com
Phone: cell (903) 491-9249
We are a brand new club, that is so far 9 members strong. I started this club, because I love riding my 4-wheeler,and I know that there are people everywhere out there that share my love of these machines. We Are going to try to organize a couple of weekend rides per month. The more machines the better! Y'all join up!

Texas ATV Offroad
203B Lakeview Terrace
Montgomery, TX 77356
Email: texasatvoffroad@yahoo.com
Phone: (936) 588.0245
Independently own club formed just to have a great time and do what we love to do getting down and dirty!

Texas ATVs
Houston, TX 77380
Email: Brandon@texasatvs.com
Looking for Texas ATV riders in your area? Check out our forums to find local riders in your area. We also have pictures, videos, and local tracks and trails.

Texas Good Old Boys ATV Club
26219 Crossland Park Lane
Cypress, TX 77433
Email: djkelsoe@entouch.net
Phone: (281) 246-4474
Fax: (281) 246-4475
The Texas Good Old Boys ATV Club is a family oriented club which has monthly rides. We have both sport and utility atvs. Visit us on our web site at http://www.texasgoodoldboysatv.com.

Texas Mud Unlimited
5327 FM 2187
Sealy, TX 77474
Contact: Texas Mud Unlimited
Email: texasmudunlimited@yahoo.com
A little local town ATV club. We gather on numerous occasions to test out member's and guest's new toys, tires and accessories. We mainly mainly ride in Austin and surrounding counties.




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