Wagon Wheel OHV Club

Share Your Adventures

Experience, explore, Meeker via the many trails of the Wagon Wheel OHV Trail System. If you like to ride your UTV, ATV, or Adventure Motorcycle with people who have the same interests and enjoy riding in the beautiful White River Valley, then plan on joining the Wagon Wheel OHV Club.

Growth of the OHV sport requires rider responsibility, safety, low-impact activity on public lands, properly registered machines, and sharing trails with other user groups. The Wagon Wheel OHV Club is designed to provide its members a chance to build this very knowledge through workshops, meetings, partnerships with the United States Forest Service, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, and local government agencies, while building camaraderie with fellow riders. 

Members have the opportunity to volunteer to help create connecting trails, upkeep existing trails, provide community education and much more. Not sure if you want to be a member, visit with members of the Wagon Wheel OHV Club at their next meeting to learn more and make an informed decision. 

Mission Statement

Advocate and promote responsible use and conversation of our public lands and natural resources to preserve their beauty and recreational qualities for future generations. 

Develop and maintain a network of off highway trails for the enjoyment of all OHV enthusiasts (Jeeps, ATV's, Motorcycles, and other mechanized equipment), while cooperating with others in education and training in the use of and safe operation of OHV's.

Support the business community to enhance tourism, working in conjunction with the BLM and USFS in trail improvements and maintenance supporting other forest user groups and organizations. 

Work for the enhancement of the State and Federal Laws concerning OHV use on public lands promoting responsible use, reasonable restrictions and registrations, assuring ongoing access to a wide variety  of quality OHV recreational opportunities through our commitment to prudent resource management, community education and environmental stewardship.




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