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Image is Everything

To further enhance and to expand the vision of the Wisconsin ATV / UTV Association (WATVA), the leadership has recognized the need to provide a tangible set of goals to serve as a guide for the clubs and membership to believe in, to work toward, and to encourage others to join us!

WATVA promotes shared leaderships that strengthen the ability of organizations at the most local level. To best support and offer effective assistance to our members, our focus remains on helping form new OHV groups, offering meaningful help to existing ones, promoting a positive image in all things we do, and by establishing a communications network in which all can share their successes or ask for assistance with particular challenges. WATVA remains committed to provide educational programs and materials for youth and adults alike, to encourage awareness of the impact we all have on the future of the sport and industry of off-highway vehicles (OHV).

Regional Meetings, VIP Ride and Charity Ride in 2022

Summer is going by quickly, we hope you've had plenty of chances to get out and enjoy Wisconsin riding, whether on our vast trails and/or route systems. Speaking of rides, we're inviting you to 5 different upcoming riding opportunities!

The first 3 are in conjunction with our regional meetings, the fourth is part of our annual VIP Ride, the fifth as part of the Make-A-Wish - Wisconsin Charity Ride!

At any of these regionals, it doesn't matter where you live; any and all folks are invited for the meetings and/or the rides that follow. Certainly we encourage membership in the local clubs and WATVA, but it is NOT a requirement for either the meetings or the rides. For those thinking about membership in either, come try us out, invite your friends and family, these settings are great places to learn more about riding access, issues and successes, always a fun time! Some folks take in the morning meeting and then have fun on the rides. Others attend just the meeting sessions while others join us just for the rides after lunch. The options are yours, we welcome you for any and all sessions.

These regionals are your opportunity to learn what's happening throughout Wisconsin, ask your questions about issues or topics you've always wanted to know more about, maybe make a comment on a topic you have concerns about, or just listen in and get to know your neighbors and friends. These are relaxed family type settings, come one, come all.

WATVA promotes shared leaderships that strengthen the ability of organizations at the most local level. To best support and offer effective assistance to our members, our focus remains on helping form new OHV groups, offering meaningful help to existing ones, promoting a positive image in all things we do, and by establishing a communications network in which all can share their successes or ask for assistance with particular challenges. WATVA remains committed to provide educational programs and materials for youth and adults alike, to encourage awareness of the impact we all have on the future of the sport and industry of off-highway vehicles (OHV).

Upcoming Regionals and Rides

Southeastern / Southern Regional
Southeastern / Southern Regional - hosted by the Kettle Moraine ATV Association

Saturday, August 6th, meeting starts at 9:00 AM

Addison Town Hall - Small Shelter Building, 127 South Street, Allenton, WI 53002

Bring your machine and gear, Guided Route Ride to follow morning meeting. Non-alcoholic refreshments provided.

For room setup and supplies purposes, please try to drop an email to WATVA office: info@watva.org or call (920) 694-0583, leave a message with the approximate number of folks in your party.
Northwestern / Northern Regional
Northwestern / Northern Regional - hosted by the Turf and Tundra ATV Club

Saturday, August 20th, check-in begins at 8:00, meeting at 9:00 AM

2616 Tundra Trail, Danbury, WI 54830 (Turf & Tundra Clubhouse) Lunch provided by club, donations accepted.

Bring your machine and gear. After lunch, trail ambassador led guided rides, with three different options:

1) Short trail with some routes
2) Long trail with some routes
3) Routes only ride


Please RSVP the approximate number of folks in your party for food preparation and supplies to:

Regional Coordinators - Greg Olson / Jeff Jordheim Email - gaoatv@gmail.com or voicemail to (612) 280-1220
Central / Northeastern Regional
Central / Northeastern Regional - hosted by the New London ATV Club Saturday, August 20th (yes, two are on the same day) check-in early, meeting starts at 9:00 AM

Huckleberry Acres Campground, E9005 Huckleberry Road, New London, WI 54961

Lunch provided by the club, donations accepted

Expanded ride agenda for this one! After the lunch, the club ambassadors will lead the route ride on the scenic routes in the area. After the route ride, this location will be hosting a fun evening with a pig roast, campfire/bonfire, music and fun camaraderie!

This campground may have sites left but they fill fast , area motels are an option. For those choosing to stay overnight, a possible breakfast run will be guided by the club ambassadors!

Please RSVP the approximate number of folks in your party for food preparation and supplies to: Central Coordinator Pete Genteman Email petegenteman@gmail.com or voicemail to (920) 359-0798
15th Annual Statewide Charity Ride to benefit Make-A-Wish Wisconsin at the Washington County Fair Park & Convention Center in West Bend hosted by the Kettle Moraine ATV Association, Lakeshore ATV UTV Association & Wisconsin ATV UTV Association

Saturday, October 29th

Full details - see KMATVA.com

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