« Last post by pcwolf on February 06, 2014, 11:43:52 pm »
Virginia 4-Wheel Drive Association uses a portion of your dues to keep a Trail Improvement Fund for the express purpose of paying costs associated with maintaining and improving your trails.
Folks, through meeting with U.S. Forest Service Rangers and driving many trails, I have collected a few small projects suitable for Clubs to tackle with a day's work to make improvements. Please contact me if you want to know if there is a project near you. Some of the projects so far include repairing fences, placing signs and markers.
This fund is also authorized to reimburse YOUR CLUB for any expenses you incur for trail improvements. Please ask me how to tap this money, but it basically means requesting reimbursement IN ADVANCE to the VA4WDA Board, and then documenting your work to unlock the reimbursement.
« Last post by toynrnd on January 14, 2014, 09:24:09 am »
Rockridge Offroad recently ran the trail. It was still open. Lots of Posted/No Tresspassing signs along both sides. Bottom line, stay on the main road from one end to the other, do not take any side trails.
« Last post by IronMan on January 10, 2014, 11:17:56 pm »
Hey Phil, have you found any info on the closure of the private part of the shoe creek trail? Word has it the land owner has had it with the few people that abuse the privilege and screw the pooch for the rest of us..