Would you like to help patrol our trail system? It’s not hard at all; in fact you can do it at the same time you’re out riding for fun or a family day ride.
We just need you to keep your eyes open for things like needed trail work, repairs, signage, lost or broken down riders and non-registered riders. Should someone be behind on their registration or violating other OHRV regulations, take down their registration number and vehicle description. We have no authority for enforcement but we can take the information and report it.
At the end of your ride when you get home all you need to do is go to sullivancountyatv.org, print off the Trail Patrol Form and fill in the information of your observations. Then just get it to us any way you can, by email, postal mail or handing it in at a meeting.
If you log in 8 hours of patrol you’ll earn a Trail Patrol shirt and you’ll be recognized as an SCATV patrol person. If you’d like your trail patrol shirt sooner you can purchase it up front. If you do complete 8 hours of patrolling we’ll refund you. It’s all up to you!!
I would like to know how many people are interested in helping us out so I can manage the trail patrol team. If you’re out there why not try to make it a better place for everyone to enjoy!! A good Trail Patrol team shows the landowners that we are doing everything we can to make the trails great.
I hope some of you will join the team as it is a vital part of keeping our trail system open and safe for all riders.