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Topic Review (Newest First)
03-22-2009 02:12 PM
WI Wheeling Information

Looking for a few places to go sight seeing?
Looking for a few good "out of the way" camping spots?
Looking for a few people that can guide you around WI?
Looking for a way to become more involved with the development of our recreation in WI?

Here are a couple of good links to find answers to all your recreational questions in Wisconsin.

1.Welcome To Your source of off roading info for the Wisconsin area!

We are a very diverse group with varying experience levels from "just bought my first 4wd and i am looking for some dirt roads to explore for some secluded camping", to the guys and gals that have very capable wheeling rigs.
Many of whom know the trails in WI very well and can guide you to what ever type of terrain you enjoy.
We look forward to meeting new people and expanding our outreach to welcome all aspects of off highway recreation.
------------------------4 Wheelin' 4 Everyone-----------------------

2.WOHVA Home

The Wisconsin Off-Highway Vehicle Association (WOHVA) is a non-profit, service organization which focuses on education to promote responsible and safe Off-Highway Vehicle recreation here in the Badger State.

Over that past four years, WOHVA volunteers have contributed more than 1000 hours of volunteer work assisting to maintain OHV trails here in Wisconsin. In addition, WOHVA has been instrumental in assisting the Sokaogon/Chippewa develop a sustainable trail network on the Mole Lake Indian Reservation in Forest County.

WOHVA has also focused on legislative action by assisting in the drafting of AB 600 (a Bill to increase motorized recreation representation on the Governor’s Wisconsin State Trails Council) introduced in 2008. Currently, WOHVA is assisting in the drafting of legislation to create an OHV/OHM sticker program in Wisconsin. This would serve as a source of funding to secure new motorized trail riding opportunities.

WOHVA supports all motorized recreation and strongly believes that future successes in assuring trail riding opportunities rest on cooperation between all motorized enthusiasts. We are stronger together then apart!

For additional information about WOHVA visit Home or email

I hope you find this information very useful and we both look forward to your support in the near future.

Jeff Olson

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