It is that time of the year that some atv/utv routes are closed or maybe closed after heavy rain because of high water. Respect the road closure signs. Remember riding the routes are a privilege not a right.
Shirts: Castle Rock is taking orders for new heather gray shirts the only color we will order. Women can have scoop or v neck and men are regular neck. Shirts are $15.00 each and can be ordered with front logo only or logo on front and back, design is red and blue. Send an email to the club with your request, include size, logo type (front & back or front only) women v neck or scoop neck, men’s and number of shirts requested. Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org to place your order. It would be nice to have all members attending Quad Palooza wear their Tee shirts.
JCAC Quad Palooza 2017- Books are now for Sale – Will begin May 1st and run until September 16th. Books are ready now and sell for $10 each at many of the local businesses. There are about 100 stops in 7 counties. Buy at book, then travel to the book sponsors and enjoy the outdoors. The event will culminate on Saturday September 23rd at Shipwreck Bay at 2pm with prizes being awarded and there will be raffles, 50/50s, silent auction, DJ and band starting at 7pm. This event is to support JCAC (Joint County ATV Council) and the 10 atv clubs that comprise the Council. The Council and Clubs are responsible for all signage cost on routes and trails.
General Information TIP 1. Parking (off-loading) at Businesses – It is fortunate for us hat several local businesses allow vehicle/trailer parking (off-loading ATV/UTVs) in their designated customer parking areas. However, it is best to communicate (check-in) with the business prior to off-loading to ensure “event” customers have available parking. Remember…….thank them for allowing vehicle/trailer parking.
General Information TIP 2. Area ATV/UTV Route Maps – Area businesses have ATV/UTV route maps for sale ($3.00) that include local and surrounding communities. Enjoy and Explore via your ATV/UTV. Remember many hours of hard work by ten area ATV clubs have made such a opportunity a reality. Travel only on designated routes and respect all property. Riding these routes are privileges granted by local units of government and are not a Right. Violators will be ticketed.
Patrol Ambassadors – – be sure to log and report your patrol hours.