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Wisconsin Off-Highway Vehicle Association Events
« on: January 21, 2008, 03:31:23 pm »
The Wisconsin Off-Highway Vehicle Association (WOHVA) is pleased to announce two huge events in 2008!  WOHVA cordially invites you to attend The 4th Annual Wisconsin Off-Highway Vehicle Association Convention and Membership Meeting and The 4th Annual STEP Trail Ride!

WOHVA staffers are currently putting the finishing touches on the 2008 convention.  This year our convention is scheduled for March 14th, 15th & 16th, at Indian Springs Lodge and Conference Center in Wabeno, Wisconsin.  This event will be much like the previous conventions.  WOHVA has arranged to have a very impressive group of presenters from various groups including the United States Forest Service, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) and the Sokaogon Mole Lake Band of the Lake Superior Chippewa Tribe. 

The WOHVA/AMA Riding into Political Action Workshop (Friday of the convention) is the perfect opportunity to develop a better understanding of how the legislative process works, as well as how and when to become involved to have a positive impact on OHV recreation.  The AMA is the leader in political action.  This is a group which truly does it right!  WOHVA is honored to be able to offer this workshop to OHV enthusiasts and encourages you to attend or send members of your organization.  This is an opportunity to learn from the very best! 

As in the past, convention goers will have a chance to hear from national OHV leaders on contemporary issues impacting OHV recreational opportunities.  Our Saturday Luncheon will again be attended by Wisconsin legislative representatives and land managers, as well as our guest speakers. 

Mark your calendars now and join us for this truly awesome event!  For additional information and registration form email your name and address to WOHVA at:

Room reservations are available by calling Indian Springs at (715) 473-6300

In August of 2007, the Sokaogon Mole Lake Band of the Lake Superior Chippewa Tribal Council passed a Resolution which granted WOHVA exclusive access to Tribal lands for OHV recreational events!  WOHVA is happy to announce that our 4th Annual STEP Event (Great Northern WOHVA Trail Ride) will held on the Mole Lake Indian Reservation on August 7th, 8th, 9th & 10th, 2008.

If you can only get out on the trail once this year, you’re gonna want to make this the event you attend!  The Mole Lake Reservation is located in Forest County, Wisconsin (deep in the heart of the North Country).  This land has never before been open to public recreations.  The result is an area that few have ever seen and even fewer have been able to access with OHV’s! 

Trails will be designed and created early in 2008.  To state that “You can be one of the first OHV recreational users to explore the area” doesn’t start to do this opportunity justice.  You’ll not only see the site of the controversial Exxon Mine, but you’ll view several private lakes and areas never before open to the public!  Not to mention, you’ll be able to explore the area while negotiating trails that were specifically designed to challenge both your driving skills and the capability of your vehicle.  Trails are available for 4-Wheel Drives, ATV’s and OHM’s.  They range in difficulty from novice to extreme.  There is quite simply, “Something for everyone” on the nearly 7000 acres of land. 

Mark your calendars now and join us for this truly awesome event!

For more information visit the WOHVA website at: 
Room reservations are available by contacting the Mole Lake Casino & Lodge (715) 478-3200.
For camping contact the Mole Lake Tribal Forestry Department at (715) 478-7560.

« Last Edit: February 21, 2008, 06:18:36 pm by John Schnorr »
Happy Trails,

John Schnorr
Wisconsin Off-Road Vehicle Park, Inc. (WORVPI)