Castle Country OHV Association is a coalition of individuals with a vested interest in our community and environment. Working as an alliance, we strive to strengthen the stability of our communities and achieve a proper balance between protection, conservation, and access to and use of public land resources. We strive to minimize excessive government regulation and promote intelligent formulation of laws that will not impede our freedoms. The Mission of Castle Country OHV Association (CCOHVA) is to involve the widest number of citizens in support of strong communities, vigorous economies, and healthy environments.

In unity there is strength! You can help make a difference and join a group of like minded OHV enthusiasts to promote and preserve motorized access in Utah!

Join us on club rides & events. Meet & Socialize with many great people. We also perform trail work & maintenance to help keep our public lands clean and accessible.

About Castle Country OHV Association

What is Castle Country OHV Association and why is it important?

We are a social organization. We make it possible for folks with similar interests to interact in a social setting such as meetings, picnics, rides and more.

We promote the positive aspects of ATV’s / UTV’s

We work to protect our Access to OUR PUBLIC LAND.

We realize that not everyone likes to attend meetings and go with large groups on a ride, That’s ok.

Maybe you don’t agree with everything that our club does, That’s ok.

Maybe you don’t like everyone in the club, That’s ok.

Maybe you don’t like working on trails, That’s ok.

Maybe you don’t like the local land manager’s, That’s ok.

Maybe you don’t like getting involved with political issues, That’s ok.

None of the above are good reasons for NOT joining the club.

Even if you do not want to be actively involved it is very important that you belong to an active organization. The so called environmental groups, (actually restricted use, non-motorized groups) learned a long time ago that numbers, networking and a unified voice gets attention.

We need a unified voice from local, state, and national organizations.

We are the grass roots of motorized recreation.

We support other OHV organizations such as Utah ATV Association, RME Utah 4 wheel , etc

We also support National Organizations such as Blue Ribbon Coalition.

We all have a role in maintaining and increasing access to public land.

We would like to encourage you to give us your support in the fight to keep our public land open to motorized use.

$25.00 a year that includes everyone in your home! It is a very inexpensive way to help us do what is needed.

2018 Membership Application


Our Goal

Our Goal is to develop a local grassroots organization of members  and form alliances with other organizations that are:

  • Committed to balanced environmental protection and economic develement
  • Committed to the multiple use/sustained yield management principles on public lands.
  • Committed to access of public lands for recreation and natural resources production.
  • Committed to smaller, less intrusive federal government and greater reliance on State and Local decision making.
  • Committed to the preservation of vital communities and natural resource industries.
  • Committed to the protection of private property rights, because they are the foundation of American Freedom.
  • Committed to the continuation of the culture, traditions, and economic needs of rural Americans.
  • CCOHVA needs your help to represent the OHV community in Utah.



Castle Country OHV Association (CCOHVA)


P.O. Box 1747 Price, UT 84501

2018 Membership Application

Additional Information

Board Members:

Arnie Cooper
Clifford Snow
Glee Anderson
Glenys Sitterud
Lee Barry
Lynn Anderson
Robert Pahl
Tanya Henrie
Wayne Pahl