About the Tri-State ATV Club

Established: April 2003 in Hurricane, Utah

The Tri-State ATV Club is dedicated to the creation of the preservation of All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) and Utility Terrain Vehicle (UTV) trails and riding areas and was established in April 2003. The Organization supports the responsible multiple use of public lands and recognizes the rights of private property owners. It is the organization’s goal to create a partnership between local, state, and federal agencies, private land owners, and recreational enthusiasts to identify and improve our trail system for the enjoyment of all responsible riders. The Tri-State ATV Club continues its 20year history in support of our community and trail system. We extend an invitation to all interested individuals, organizations, and agencies to work with us in these efforts.

How You Can Get Involved

The best way to get involved is to register to become a club member. Organized groups get more done than individuals. Plus you’ll have a great time on club rides and at other club events. Membership also gets you some local discounts, access to club resources like GPX tracks and more.

Getting involved in other organizations focused on keeping our public lands open to OHV enthusiasts is also of great importance. See Special Projects under “About Us” for more information regarding these organizations.

Club Officers

President: Steve Jacob
Vice President: Dale Bartmess
Treasurer: Paul Richardson
Secretary: Susan Anderson
Tri state atv club group photo.