SFWDA has joined forces with this emerging new Association who appears to have a clear understanding of the many challenges faced by OHV enthusiasts. They have outlined a strategy to become more politically relevant and more effective and actually try winning land use battles.
This year’s events will include:
Helicopter Rides provided and sponsored by JAARS. Yes! The helicopter is back and we excited to be offering this wonderful view from above of the Uwharrie National Forest, Lakes and River!
4WD rides provided and sponsored by JAARS “The JAARS 4WD rides are something you do not want to miss!” They will take place on a 200 Acre piece of private property specifically designed for Off-Road Driver Instruction located just a half a mile away. More will be added from JAARS this spring! “UORTC uses this trail system for their 4WD-101 and 202 classes!” 4WD Club Booth’s, USFS Booth, TREAD Lightly! Booth and RTI Ramp.
2015 has been an exciting year for SFWDA! We've rolled out a new Membership structure, launched some new membership website enhancement's, and implemented a new software package to better manage our membership and events, All while lowering our association's administrative costs!
Windrock Park has just announced their new development: Windrock Hollow! Windrock Hollow is the new home of all things "events" at Windrock Park. Windrock Hollow is located on Hoskins Gap Road, just a short distance from the main Trailhead!
2015 Continues with more growth in Membership; Welcome Warner Robbins Jeep Club, and Chatanooga Off Road Enthusiasts
Let's give a warm welcome to our newest Business Partner CartoTrack as well as our newest clubs to join the SFWDA family; WRJC & CORE.
After lots of hard work we're able to introduce the second video of of our Educational Series Videos. We are very excited today to release this second video in the series. Enjoy....
Support the Recreational Trails Program! Send a Tweet to the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman, and the U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary in support of RTP
Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman Bill Shuster (R-PA) will join U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx on Wednesday in answering questions on Twitter about the next surface transportation reauthorization. As you know, the Recreational Trails Program (RTP) is authorized by this legislation, so this is a great opportunity to highlight your support for RTP.
If you have a twitter account, send a tweet using the hashtag #StuckInTraffic to submit questions or just to voice your support for RTP. You can send the tweet at any time today (2/10) or tomorrow (2/11) before noon.
Please feel free to send the sample tweet below. While it doesn’t ask a question, it is important for these decision makers to understand the breadth of support for this program.
Off-highway vehicle enthusiasts pay at the pump. Continue to fund RTP to protect our investment in trails for all users. #StuckInTraffic
Send a Tweet Now
If you don't have a twitter account, please visit www.twitter.com to create one now! More and more Members of Congress, Executive Officials, and agencies are using Twitter to communicate with the public, and it is imperative that the responsible recreation community engages this way as well. You can bet that those who would like to see recreational access limited are availing themselves of this tool. Let's not get left behind.
Chairman Shuster and Secretary Foxx will answer as many questions as possible beginning at approximately 12:00 noon (EST) on Wednesday, February 11, 2015 from the Committee’s Twitter account @Transport and the Secretary’s account @SecretaryFoxx.