Off Highway Vehicles

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When do I need an off road permit. Have Jeep and Motor home.
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Arizona, Four-Wheel Driving, Park Passes and Fees, Off Highway Vehicles, RVing
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It's best to check with the specific location you plan to visit, as the rules vary depending on which agency manages the public land and can also vary from site to site, even within a given agency. For example, the National Park Service generally prohibits driving off designated roads, though there are a few exceptions such as Canyonlands, which is in Utah and definitely worth a trip one day if you haven't already visited. Arizona State Parks require a permit for Off Highway Vehicles; however, this does not apply to pickup trucks, SUVs, cars and RVs. To find out more about the specific destination you have in mind in Arizona, check out http://azstateparks.com/OHV/permits.html and, if you're venturing off road into the backcountry, learn the basic safety requirements and always let someone know your itinerary before you depart, just in case of emergency.

Have fun and be sure to visit OhRanger.com to share your experience with other park-lovers.  

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Manti-LaSal National Forest, Vallecito Reservoir, Utah, Bicycling, Boating, Health & Fitness, Caving, Camping, Climbing, Fishing, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Hunting, Off Highway Vehicles, Picnicking, Regional Activities
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Is there a way to turn these hash and trash people that leave there garbage behind?

Is there a reward?

Maybe this will help stop this?

I refer to all national forests and parks.

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Leave No Trace!  (www.lnt.org)

Everything you and the parks need to know...  Thanks for helping out!

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