Welcome to the San Bernardino National
Maintaining Off Highway Vehicle Roads & Trails
4x4, Motorcycle, ATV, snowmobile and UTV (ROV) clubs join forces with the USDA Forest Service and businesses to maintain and repair OHV trails in the San Bernardino National Forest assuring they remain open for public access.
Is your OHV or 4x4 Club interested in becoming an
Are you interested in joining an Adopt-
OHV use in the National Forest depends upon the efforts of volunteers and their partnership with businesses that care about the outdoors. For each adoption the partners include an OHV or community group, a business, and the Forest Service. Each one gives something—the Forest Service gives the necessary training, supplies and equipment when possible; the business provides an annual cash contribution ($500 or $1000), and the group provides the maintenance needed to sustain recreational use by the public throughout the operating season.
Local ranger districts decide which trails or routes should be adopted and the Adopt-
Each trail is different, but this is a list of the types of maintenance that can be required.
Trail info and maps may eventually be available on the San Bernardino National Forest’s website .
The winner for the most hours contributed during fiscal year ending September 30, 2015, as announced at the BBQ, is Lost Jeeps with over 3,000 hours!!!! This is the most hours ever recorded by a club. Congratulations to them.
Great job AGAIN! And many, many thanks to ALL clubs and members for your hours and efforts to keep our trails open and in good condition!
For Junior Ranger Flyer with info and Junior Ranger Application click on the shield above
We’re working on another First Aid and CPR class, plus a chainsaw certification course and will post here when available.
What’s Happening in Adopt-
Next AAT meeting: September 20, 2017. It will be at the Corona Sizzler: 6pm dinner, 7 to 9pm meeting at 1461 Rimpau Avenue, Corona -
Revised Hours Credit Rules:
1. If you plan to work on a trail other than your own adopted one, please FIRST contact Greg to see if work is already planned by others or has already been done. If work is needed, Greg can inform you of the Trail Maintenance Plan requirements and let you know of any recent developments.
2. The maximum allowable for any administrative work done in conjunction with one work day is 5 hours.
3. Travel time shall not be included in reporting of hours.
These new rules have been adopted because there have been some questions. We hope this clears this up.
And when doing AAT work on your trail or another one that’s been approved, don’t forget to post a report on AAT Yahoo Groups AND cc to Angela: firstname.lastname@example.org We think many hours may not be getting reported and all hours benefit the program!.
Annual Club Agreements: Form can be found in Yahoo Groups, Files.2011Volunteeragreement.doc Download and send directly to USFS, 602 S. Tippecanoe, San Bernardino CA 92408, Attn: Greg Hoffman, together with a copy of your current club roster.
Civil Rights Course and Sign-
All club members should view this program and sign off.
If you’re not on this group, go
Membership Coordinator: If you need help with something you can contact Greg or Angela.
If you’re not on this group, go here to apply for membership; open to all AAT club members and we encourage your participation.
Trail Maintenance Plans: We are into a new fiscal year as of October 1st. If all specified work is not done, items will be carried forward to this year. For this year we’re going back to having Greg or another of the AAT Leadership Team help prepare the TMP. Email Greg email@example.com to schedule.
Or call Greg: 909-