Your membership is your voice for continued access to public lands.
The Central Oregon Off-Highway Vehicle Association (COOHVA) is a member driven, non-profit coalition comprised of individuals, families, informal groups and formal clubs from across our OHV community. We were founded with the purpose of speaking with one ‘Voice’ for the responsible preservation and expansion of OHV opportunities for all classes of OHV recreation. All are welcome to use our website and recsources but we invite you to become a supporting member. Members will receive a welcome letter, a COOHVA bumper sticker and yearly membership sticker for your OHV. Thank you.
Your membership help us work with governmental land managers, and state and local officials with environmental concerns, planning, developing, maintaining, preserving and increasing riding areas. We are at a critical time. Without these actions, without the influence large member numbers bring, we may lose some of our riding opportunities. As a COOHVA member your voice will be heard and will make a difference in many decisions regarding our OHV access.
What We Are Working For
Riding in Central Oregon is a magical experience. Few places in the country can rival our little piece of OHV paradise for its sheer beauty, variety of terrain, weather and phenomenal number of legal roads and trails. We enjoy thousands of square miles filled with forest, mountains, buttes, rivers, lakes, lava flows and open high desert, all in our backyard. COOHVA is working hard to not only keep open the recreational opportunities that we currently enjoy but, to also expand opportunities for our fast growing sport. As a COOHVA member your voice will be heard as we participate with Land managing agencies and legislative actions relating to OHV use and access.
A Place for Everyone
No matter what you drive or ride COOHVA promotes a family friendly atmosphere through frequent rides and activities offered by our affiliated clubs and groups.
Please join us and add your voice. Your membership is your voice for continued access to public lands.