Welcome to North Idaho’s Premier ATV-UTV club!

Back Country ATV-UTV Association is an organization dedicated to keeping our public lands open to the public. One of the ways to achieve this goal is by increasing our membership where as we collectively have a larger voice in land issues then we would as individuals. We also take environmental concerns seriously. Public lands should be left in as good condition or better when we’re done riding.

Please take a look around our web site, if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us with suggestions, we’d love to hear them. Perhaps you don’t live in our area but would like to support the sport of ATV-UTV take a look in the join link and sign up as a business member or simply make a donation to our efforts.

Thank you for visiting our web site, and remember to have fun & ride safe!

Our club also has a Facebook website. Search for Coeur d Alene Back Country ATV/UTV


******CLUB MEETINGS*******

Next meeting June 26th. Come out and meet our group members and hear about out upcoming activities, and don’t forget the Eagles offers a taco/taco salad dinner for purchase.

Hope to see you there!!!

*****Meeting Time Change from 6:30 to 6:00 pm*******

Our membership meetings are held on the fourth Wednesday of the month. The meetings are held at the HAYDEN LAKE EAGLES. They are located at 1520 W. Wyoming, Hayden.  The meeting begins at 6:00 pm with social time (dinner) between 5:00 and 6:00pm. Tacos with rice and beans or Taco salad are available for dinner purchase as well as beverages (The meeting room is provided to us for free as long as the majority of our group members purchase dinner). This meeting is for members and non-members who want to learn more about our club and the community activities we participate in. New members are welcome to join our group at the membership meetings. We look forward to seeing everyone at our next meeting!!!



Help Keep our Trails Open for our Recreational Use.

John is ready to start clearing trails. This Wednesday, June 12th, will be our first work day.
The trails are “less than 50” so if your machine is larger, contact Nancy and she will see if I can find you a ride. The group will be leaving WINDY RIDGE at 9am (sharp)
Directions to Windy Ridge: 
Starting at Fernan saddle (Fernan Saddle is at the top of the hill, approx 11 miles from the ranger station) veer left, continue on 612 for 2.3 miles and at the junction of 406 and 612 on the left is where we park. If you get to the end of the pavement, you have gone too far.

Below is the link for the Forest Service policy and initiative page. Please Read


USFS  public information  208-557-8813