Kettle Moraine 
ATV Association
P.O. Box 442
West Bend, WI 53095-0442

Washington County, WI
 

NEXT MEETING:


Our next meeting is:

 To Be Determined. 


at Jug's Hitching Post in Kohlsville.


Dinner and Social hour at 6:00pm. 

General meeting at 7:00pm upstairs

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Welcome to the Kettle Moraine ATV Association (KMATVA) website.  KMATVA is an organization dedicating itself to addressing All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) issues and pursuing opportunities for future local ATV recreation. 

 

KMATVA was formed with the purpose of promoting ATV as a safe and social experience while fostering a positive  public image.

 

 

 

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To meet the State of Emergency mandates, ALL KMATVA meetings and events are suspended until further notice.  We haven't had any meetings or events since this all began allowing us the time to evaluate how this was going to play out.  With the state/federal mandates, no meeting or event is worth any of our members health, or life.  Unfortunately, nobody really knows exactly how long this will last - there's a lot of rumors; So as for rides, if we get that far, we'll have to see what mandates are in place at the time - everything is changing so quickly right now.  Some of our members are within the high risk level, and lets admit it; none of us are spring chickens anymore - some younger than others, however still not spring chickens!  The Executive Committee (EC) will stay in contact through email or other non-personal contact ways.  Once the state or federal government give the "all clear" the EC will decide when and how to implement going forward, taking into account everyone's health.

Nobody knows how this virus will play out, and KMATVA isn't an essential organization during these times.  Everyone's health is of utmost importance right now.  If possible, let's lookout for each other during this time. 
If you are wondering about all the new road routes with all the new signs being posted, you may have a lot of questions on what is open and legal to ride on, and what is not. In a nutshell, all town roads in a particular township can be open once posted. This is only the town roads, not the county roads ( letters), state highways (numbers)(exceptions if under 35), or city or village roads. Please become familiar with the township roads in the town you want to ride in and their municipal boundary. It is a very involved process and fortunately there is a website that has all the needed information. go to or click   www.KettleTrails.com for all the much needed information.