Welcome to the Western Slope ATV Association website! We’re so happy that you found us. Take a look around, check out our photos, download a trail map, and watch our documentary and find out what we’re all about.
We have spent almost a year filming a documentary that will help spread the word of what our club is about, the projects we’re involved in and how we help to benefit trail users. If you’d like to see the short trailer to the video, please click this link:
If you’d like to order a copy of the 29 Minute DVD for $3.00 + shipping, please click on this link to the order form, print it out and mail to the address on top of the form along with your check. Feel free to show this DVD to others who would benefit from viewing it.
The Western Slope ATV Association was founded on the principle of promoting ATV use as a legitimate family recreational activity on public lands. In doing so we will promote responsible use and educate the general public, media and elected officials on land use. The WSATVA will provide search and rescue assistance to Mesa County and will work with the local BLM and Forest Service offices to obtain grants and to provide trail maintenance and construction to help benefit the outdoor community.
The WSATVA is proud to support and be affiliated with the Blue Ribbon Coalition and the Colorado Off-Highway Vehicle Coalition in protecting public lands for the people instead of protecting public lands from the people. Come see what we are all about.
Monthly Mtg June-Sept 6:30 pm
Monthly Mtg June-Sept @ Lincoln Park, east shelter, near golf clubhouse
Oct 21 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Barbecue begins promptly at 6:30pm. Meeting begins at 7:30pm. Members provide their own table service and drinks.
Monthly Mtg Oct – May 7:30 pm
Monthly Mtg Oct – May @ Sheriff Posse building
Oct 21 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Meetings generally end at 8:30pm depending on the agenda