The Lewis-Clark ATV Club was started in 1999 with about 20 members. We now have about 100 members and we meet at 7:00pm the third Tuesday of every month at the Lewiston VFW hall, 1104 Warner Ave.
The club works closely with local and state authorities to keep the trails and forest open for all to use. We help protect and ensure your right to ride in this area of Idaho and Washington. We also want to help ensure that future generations will have the opportunity to enjoy what we do on our public lands. We help the US Forest Service, Idaho Department of Lands, BLM, Idaho Fish & Game and Washington Fish & Wildlife to maintain OHV trails. As a club we appreciate our public lands, while promoting the fun and enjoyment that the OHV/ATV has to offer. We encourage safe riding, riding trails responsibly and respectful of our public lands. We sponsor the enactment of fair use laws and regulations pertaining to the operation of ATVs.
We belong to the Idaho ATV Association (www.idahostateatv.org) and The Blue Ribbon Coalition ( www.sharetrails.org). Both are non-profit organizations dedicated to protecting responsible recreational access to public lands and waters. We want to keep public land open for use, whether you recreate on mountain bikes, snowmobiles, personal watercrafts, ATVs, four-wheel drive vehicle, on a horse or your hiking boots.
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