WOHVA Spring Trails Meeting
The Wisconsin Off-Highway Vehicle Association (WOHVA) will be hosting our annual WOHVA Spring Trails Meeting on Saturday, February 23rd, 2013 at 11:30am in New London, Wisconsin.
If you wanna know about OHV trails in Wisconsin, then this is the meeting for you. We'll present information on riding in Wisconsin's National Forests, on properties of the State of Wisconsin, recreating on Tribal Holdings and we'll even explain how to become a Jeep Jamboree Trail Guide at the 18th Annual Northwoods-Mole Lake Jeep Jamboree USA (July 18th, 19th & 20th, 2013).
Our WOHVA Trails Meetings have proven to be popular and serve as your premier source of information for motorized trail recreation! These meetings have no scheduled speakers, no workshops nor course offerings. The focus of these meetings is to relay information to involved motorized recreationists. We will also suggest and offer ways to become (more) involved.
WOHVA will be providing short updates on contemporary Badger State OHV issues as well as brief updates on ongoing and upcoming WOHVA projects. An agenda (including the specific location) for this Meeting will be available as the date nears on the WOHVA website, under “WOHVA News” in our General Public Forums.
As in the past, attendance to this meeting will remain FREE to all OHV enthusiasts. Please bring a chair and materials for writing.
The agenda for this meeting is available on the WOHVA Web Site in the General Public Forums under the Events & Trail Rides Section.
If you have a specific question you’d like answered or for additional information contact WOHVA at email@example.com
I was a trail guide back at camp jeep in 2006 back when they worked with midwest snd wi4wda, and i was just wondering when jeep started working with whova vs wi4wda?
Not meaning any offense or anything like that, i just never knew that wohva had gained that communication? Ive been a member of both associations since before whova was founded. It was an odd time back then, and they both mean well.
Camp Jeep and Jeep Jamboree USA are two distinct and not affiliated entities. This will be the sixth year in which WOHVA has provided JJUSA with Trail Guides for the Northwoods-Mole Lake Jeep Jamboree. Several of the JJUSA Trail Guides also served in that capacity at Camp Jeep. You may even know or have met them?
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