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Volunteers Complete 10 Miles of Signage on Shoshone Trail

Posted on: August 14th, 2018

SHOSHONE TRAIL — Thousands of people climb atop their OHVs to venture into the Utah backcountry every year — and with over 80,000 miles of ATV trails, there is plenty to explore. With so many miles of trails across Utah, ensuring adequate signage along the way is extremely important. These help riders stay along their desired course. Should […]

Alert OHV Trail Host Discovers Abandoned Snowmobile

Posted on: July 26th, 2018

AMERICAN FORK CANYON — OHV Trail Hosts constantly keep their eyes open for opportunities to help. They are diligent and dedicated to ensuring Utah’s OHV recreation areas are a safe and fun place for everyone to enjoy. Recently, that diligence paid off big time when one trail host discovered an abandoned snowmobile in a ditch. […]

Volunteers ‘Guard’ Riders, Cattle in Recent Project

Posted on: July 25th, 2018

FERRON — A Utah ATV club recently teamed up governmental partners to help install a Cattle Guard in a popular OHV recreation area. The Sand Rock Ridge Riders ATV Club teamed up with former OHV Program Intern Patrick Buhr and BLM Outdoor Recreation Planner Myron Jeffs from the Price BLM Field Office. The group installed […]

Volunteers ‘Spring’ Into Action With Trail Cleanup

Posted on: April 3rd, 2018

BOUNTIFUL — Spring is officially here, and our volunteers are out ensuring our beautiful trails are ready for the coming season. The group of 27, led by Ty Bolton from the Utah Toyota Offroad Expo – along with his family, worked together to pick up trash at multiple locations along the “Bountiful B” trailhead, Buckland Flats, and […]

Win $250 For Your Next Group Trail Project Through ExtremeTerrain

Posted on: March 19th, 2018

Here at Utah State Parks, we love the outdoors and are committed to spreading awareness about keeping our trails clean and leaving no trace. We often post about committed volunteers who donate their time and energy to cleaning up recreation areas across Utah. From building kiosks and installing fences, all the way to patrolling trails and […]

Moab Friends for Wheelin’ ‘Crawls’ Into 2018 With Trail Project

Posted on: March 19th, 2018

MOAB — Whoever said the government and private citizens couldn’t work together never met the Moab Friends for Wheelin’ or the Moab BLM Field Office. Both groups met at the Moab Rim, a popular multi-use trail. The volunteer work they did throughout that day would benefit the thousands of OHV enthusiasts, mountain bikers, and hikers who […]

OHV Volunteer Spotlight: Meet Bill Lahey

Posted on: March 12th, 2018

ANYWHERE WITH SNOW, UT — Some people can’t get enough of the outdoors and spend much of their life exploring the hills, forests, and mountains. Then there are those who do all of those things but also work to make them better for everyone. Bill Lahey is one of those people. Born and raised in […]

Volunteers ‘Bite’ Into New Year With Rattlesnake Trail Cleanup

Posted on: February 12th, 2018

FIVEMILE PASS RECREATION AREA — It’s 2018, and Utah’s OHV volunteers took to a popular trail earlier this month to bring in the new year. A total of 11 volunteers, including some certified Trail Hosts, braved the chilly weather at Fivemile Pass Recreation Area last month for this year’s first project along the Rattlesnake Trail. The Rattlesnake Trail […]

OHV Volunteers: 2017 In Review, Honorable Mentions

Posted on: December 28th, 2017

With 2017 coming to a close and we examine the past year, we are continually amazed at the hard work and dedication of Utah’s OHV volunteer community. Through a combination of service projects, media outreach, and education efforts, OHV volunteers contributed a total of 2,548.5 hours throughout 2017. These volunteer hours have helped keep trails […]

Volunteers Brave Wind, Rain For Temple Fork Trail Work

Posted on: November 30th, 2017

WASATCH-CACHE NATIONAL FOREST — While National Public Lands Day has since passed us by, we are still getting word of some amazing volunteer projects that were completed. One such project took place up in Logan Canyon at the Temple Fork Trailhead. Here, volunteers from multiple organizations braved the wet and rainy weather to show their […]