Badger Club for kids

Badger Club for Kids!

WOHVA is excited to announce something totally new and different here in the Badger State.  The WOHVA Website now offers a private forum just for kids.  This forum (the Badger Club Kids Forum) is operated and offered only to kids under the age of sixteen (16).  It’s a place for kids to meet and discuss contemporary subjects important to them.

WOHVA has made this forum available to promote responsible OHV recreation to kids.  This is a forum expressly for kids.  WOHVA has arranged to have TreadLightly!  and NOHVCC (National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council) supply moderators to this forum to assure the safety of our kids while assuring that accurate and appropriate information is exchanged.

As always, WOHVA believes that the future of OHV recreation here in the Badger State rests in the hands of our kids.  As such, there is no fee to join the Badger Club.  All that is required is that you have an interest in safe and responsible OHV recreation, that you are under sixteen (16) years of age and that you have the consent of your parents.

If you’re a kid under 16, WOHVA urges you to join today.   To assure on-line safety WOHVA will handle the registration for this free opportunity via snail mail.

So if you’re interested in joining the Badger Club, download the application below or send an email with your name and address to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . WOHVA will mail you a Badger Club Application which must be signed by your parent or guardian and returned to WOHVA.  After that, we’ll activate your membership and you’ll be ready to enjoy discussing OHV recreation with other kids in our secure “Badger Club Kids Forum”.

Happy Trails!

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Mission Statement
The Wisconsin Off-Highway Vehicle Association exists for the sole purpose of proactively assuring that public and private off-highway motorized vehicular recreational opportunities are expanded in Wisconsin for safe use by this and future generations