The Wisconsin Off-Highway Vehicle Association (WOHVA) focuses on assuring the individual rights of citizens (who enjoy motorized trail recreation) to the continued use of public lands. WOHVA believes that motorized recreation can coexist with an environmentally responsible use of public lands. These two goals need not be mutually exclusive. WOHVA believes with firm conviction in that previous statement!
By working to inform & educate Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) recreationists; in conjunction with informing and educating legislators, land managers, land owners and public administrators; WOHVA continues to increase OHV trail availability here in the Badger State.
Our members are regularly receiving educational and training opportunities from experts from across the country. The premier education and information offering is WOHVA’s Annual Wisconsin OHV Enthusiasts Workshops (held each spring). Just a few of the organizations whom have shared their expertise and their topics include:
Working closely with land managers from the Chequamegon/Nicolet National Forest WOHVA is expecting receipt of a Recreational Trails Program Grant. This Grant encompasses the first stage of a multi-state project which will rehabilitate the Pipeline 4X4 Corridor on the eastern boundary of the Nicolet Forest side of the Forest. WOHVA has sponsored numerous volunteer projects on The Pipeline (including our Annual WOHVA Spring & Fall Pipeline Trail Maintenance Days).
WOHVA continues to support numerous local, state, regional and national organizations. Groups WOHVA supports include: