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The Vermont ATV Sportsmanís Association offers 800 miles of trail state wide with the majority of trail systems located in the Northeast Kingdom. The Northeast Kingdom was the first to have ATV trails open and now have many miles of trails for one to enjoy. One of the first clubs in the area and located in Island Pond is the Tri County ATV Trail Club. The club has more than 15 miles of trails in the Island Pond area.

Current Officers of the Tri County ATV Trail Club.

Reno Gervais, President

Stacey Roese, Vice President

William Bailey, Treasurer

Craig Warner, Secretary

Pete Walbridge, VASA Delegate

Craig Warner, VASA Alternate

Nate Wilcox, Island Pond Trail Master

Pete Morse, Morgan Trail Master

Bruce Carlson, Newark Trail Master

Tri County ATV Trail Club
Web Site

Meeting Info : Please join us at one of our monthly meetings May-October, on the 2nd Saturday of the month at 9:30 am at the VFW, Pleasant Street, Island Pond, VT.

Volunteers Needed
We need volunteers for several planned projects. Please come to the meeting or contact one of the officers if you can help out in any way. If you can lug materials with your machine, cut boards, or bang nails, you will be a big help.

Visit our on-line forum

To ride the VASA trail system

1. You must first register your ATV with the Department of Motor Vehicles.

VASA's budget is funded mostly by State registration money, the rest made up by VASA membership dues.

Your current State registration is required to join VASA.

Remember to bring your State registration papers with you when go to fill out the VASA registration form. Cost of registration with the VT DMV is $25/year.

To register an ATV in Vermont Please visit the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles Web Site for complete instructions.

2. Once you have your valid registration, take it to a VASA point of sale. Points of sale are listed on the VASA website, or feel free to contact the VASA office 802-477-5075 or office@vtvasa.org.

Nearly every ATV dealer in Vermont sells VASA memberships, as well as a variety of other businesses and the local clubs.

Have the point of sale validate your registration, and then fill out the application.

After filling out the form, you pay your dues. The fee breakdown is as follows:

Trail Access Decal: $30 (if you have a Vermont registration). The fee is $50 if you have a registration from one of Vermontís reciprocating states, which currently only include New York and Pennsylvania.

VASA Membership: $10
Local Club Membership: either $15 or $20, depending on the local club.

All of these things are taken care of simultaneously with only the one application, when you go to get your membership.

Once you complete the form, and pay your dues, you will be handed a state-wide trail map, complete with driving directions to trail heads, and your Trail Access Decal which must be affixed to the front of your machine on a white VASA license plate.

VASA memberships are valid through the current yearís season, despite time of purchase.

Memberships must be purchased annually.

Discounts for late season purchases are not available.

For local club dues information, please contact the local club or a place where local club memberships are sold.
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