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        If you’re looking for the best ORV association, you’ve come to the right place. At Fremont County ATV Association we’ll give you attention, fight for access, and help you have a voice for Wyoming's ORV riding heritage. The Fremont County ATV Association was formed in July 1989 for the purpose of keeping existing trails open for responsible use by off-road vehicle operators. 
Members of the Association have been actively involved in working on bridge construction, clearing and maintaining trails, public lands in cooperation with local, State, and Federal agencies.

        The association promotes the expansion and development of places to ride Off-Road vehicles for individual, family, and group involvement in this fast-growing family outdoor recreational activity. The association initiated a major project involving representatives of many organizations and jurisdiction which negotiated over a period of three years through the Fremont County Commissioners with the end result that more than 500 miles of trails and roads were added to those open for ORV use.

Membership fees : Individual $10.00- Family $20.00- Corporate $25.00. Membership year runs from January 1st to December 31st. 

Association meetings are held at 7:30 PM the first Thursday of each month in the High Plains Power building at 1775 East Monroe in Riverton, Wyoming.

(ATTENDANCE AT MEETINGS IS NOT MADATORY TO BE A MEMBER but is greatly appreciated.) 

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by Fremont County ATV Association Members on 05/16/14

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