With every trail in the US facing closure to our sport, we have yet another chance to stand up and take responsibility.
Deputy Mark Warrington of the Napa County Sheriff’s Department has released this years date for the annual Knoxville OHV Clean-Up.
The clean-up will be taking place May 4th, 2008. Deputy Warrington has asked all participants to arrive at The Hunter Creek Campground at 8:00 AM (Directions below).
Please bring any cleaning supplies you can. This would include as many large trash bags as possible, rakes, shovels, gloves, trailers, etc.
A kick-*** BBQ lunch is provided FREE OF CHARGE. So RSVP with Deputy Warrington at email@example.com
Knoxville OHV is one of the last public trail and shooting areas in Northern California.
At roughly 30,000 acres, Knoxville is home to an assortment of easy to medium trails, several types of wild game, camping, and rifle and pistol shooting ranges.
Knoxville OHV is located about an hour Northeast of the City of Napa. It’s a beautiful drive that runs across Lake Berryessa.
FROM NAPA, TAKE HIGHWAY 121 (MONTICELLO ROAD) TO HIGHWAY 128 ( MOSKOWITE CORNERS) , TURNING LEFT ON TO CAPELL VALLEY ROAD. CONTINUE TO “TURTLE ROCK BAR” AND TURN RIGHT ON KNOXVILLE BERRYESSA ROAD TOWARDS SPANISH FLAT RESORT. CONTINUE ON KNOXVILLE BERRYESSA ROAD FOR ABOUT 25 MILES CROSSING ABOUT 8 LOW WATER CROSSINGS, TO MILE POST MARKER 32.00. TURN LEFT ON THE GRAVEL ROAD (DEVIL’S HEAD ROAD) AND MEET AT THE INFORMATION CENTER ABOUT 1/2 MILE UP THE ROAD.
Remember, if you’re interested in going, shoot Deputy Warrington an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
, or PM me for more details.