The Idaho Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Public Information Project

OHV Recreation Guide
for Idaho’s State and Federal Lands

The Idaho OHV Public Information Project
How to register your OHV in Idaho
How to use your ATV during hunting season
Tips for enjoying safe and responsible OHV recreation
Learn to Ride Your OHV!
Maps of OHV trail riding opportunities
The Idaho OHV Public Outreach Campaign
State and Federal Agencies
OHV Websites - State to National

Radio Advertisement

News Release

ATV on trail
Lost River Valley, 2004

The Idaho OHV Public Outreach Campaign

Idaho’s resource managers have developed an advertising campaign to promote the responsible use of OHVs on state and federal lands. The OHVOutreach Campaign features statewide advertising that encourages OHV riders to stay on trails and ride safely. The campaign can be seen on outdoor billboards and heard on radio stations throughout Idaho during September and October. The campaign asks OHV riders to Use Your Power Responsibly.


Protect Yourself
and Your Family

• Wear your helmet and other safety gear

• Ride in control

• Riders under age 16 should always be under adult supervision

Protect the Land

• Stay on established trails - don’t ride cross-country

• Use designated routes where they occur

• Know the rules for riding or hunting in your area

ATV billboard

Outdoor Billboard

This outdoor billboard can be seen throughout Idaho during September and October, 2005.

Radio Advertisement
Ad copy / MP3 file


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The Idaho OHV Information Project
is a partnership effort of five State and Federal resource management agencies:

Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation, Idaho Department of Fish and Game,
Idaho Department of Lands, U.S. Bureau of Land Management
and the U.S. Forest Service.