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Wisconsin 4 Wheel Drive Association

Living in Wisconsin is terrific. We have four different and unique seasons. We have access to two of the largest fresh water lakes in the world (Lakes Michigan and Superior). We have access to two beautiful national forests (Chequamegon National Forest and Nicolet National Forest). And, if we want a state operated OHV trail to ride on, all we need to do is visit the neighboring states of Iowa, Minnesota, or Michigan to find one.

If you’re tired of being a resident of the only state in the region which does not have a state sponsored OHV trail system or recreational area then let your national and state officials hear about it!

Please make this the year that you get involved. The “I just wanna wheel” attitude plays right into the hands of those whom would like to see our recreational pursuits become a thing of the past. Write to your state and national officials and let them know how important it is to you that you have a place to wheel. Get involved personally and support groups like Tread Lightly, the Blue Ribbon Coalition, and the Lake States Resource Alliance. You can make a difference!

To get involved simply click, print, sign and send! Please be sure to change the letter date, along with your name and address. Requires Microsoft Word.

Charter National OHV Team situation - added 2/28/2004

Letters to Senators, regarding the Recreational Trails Program (RTP):

Senator Kohl

Senator Feingold

The following letters address current Forest Service issues in Michigan.

Hiawatha Comment Letter [MS Word required]

Huron-Manistee Comment Letter [MS Word required]

Ottawa Comment Letter [MS Word required]