Purchaser acknowledges that motor sports are inherently risky activities and agrees to indemnify and hold harmless TrailPass, LLC, its members, associated organizations and landowners from any and all claims, fines, losses and damages that arise, in whole or in part, from any use of this pass. All pass sales are final. NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND IS GIVEN, AND THE PURCHASER ACKNOWEDGES THAT THERE IS NO GURANTEE, REAL OR IMPLIED, THAT A SPECIFIC RIDING AREA WILL BE OPEN AND AVAILABLE AT ANY GIVEN TIME. THE WEB SITE AND TRAIL MARKERS MUST BE CONSULTED FOR THE MOST CURRENT AVAILABILITY AT ANY SPECIFIC TIME. THE FOREGOING WARRANTIES ARE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THOSE CONCERNING MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Rider Code of Conduct
Our ability to provide the riding community with quality riding areas is directly dependent on our pass-holders' conduct. Here is a list of things you can do to make sure we all make the TrailPass™ network a success:
• Always ride within your limits, the limits of your machine and the limits of the
• Helmets are REQUIRED. Full safety gear including gloves, a long sleeve shirt or
jersey and boots are highly recommended.
• Keep your machine in top shape. Tires, brakes and cables should be inspected
every time you ride.
• Consult your owners’ manual and comply with the safety standards set forth for
• Make sure that your machine complies with all local and State requirements.
• Only one rider per vehicle. (Unless the machine is specifically designed for two-up
riding or has an approved seat). Consult your owners manual for seat
• Ban the Booze!! NO ALCOHOL is permitted on the trails or in any riding area.
• Be courteous to other riders.
• Be respectful to trail patrols and local law enforcement.
• Stay on the posted trails at all times.
• Ride single file on the trails.
• Follow posted speeds.
• Do not be destructive, to the land or to the animals that inhabit the land.
• Be respectful of creek crossings.
• Be especially respectful to the landowners who allow us to recreate on their
Frequently Asked Questions
What types of vehicles are allowed on TrailPass™ trails?
ATVs with 4, 6 or 8 wheels and motorcycles are allowed on TrailPass™ trails. All vehicles must be liability-insured and registered (ATV or highway plate) pursuant to law. Prohibited vehicles include: any highway-registered vehicle that is not a motorcycle, three-wheeled ATVs, five wheeled ATVs.
Can I ride with a passenger?
Each riding area has their own regulations on two-up riding. However, two-up riding is never allowed on an ATV unless the machine is specifically setup for a passenger.
Do you offer family memberships or multi-bike discounts?
No. We are a one pass - one machine organization.
What are your age or cc restrictions for kids
TrailPass™ heavily promotes family riding. We have no minimum age for a rider on the trail. We defer to the parents judgement on both age and the size of machine appropriate for thier child and the requirements of each park. If we see evidence of a child riding a machine they can not control (i.e. cannot reach the controls, experience level, etc) we reserve the right restrict trail access to that individual.
What if I sell my ATV before my pass expires?
YourTrailPass™ is registered to you not your machine.
What if my TrailPass™ gets damaged or destroyed?
Just send us your ID card and a description of what happened and we will issue you a new TrailPass™ and ID card.
When does my TrailPass™ expire?
TrailPass™ are good for one year from the month of purchase. The expiration date is punched on your pass.
When will you have a riding area near me?
We have a full time team dedicated to working with clubs and landowners throughout the state to bring trails onto the network. We are adding trails every week. If you know of a place that you would like to see on the network, please drop us an email at
and we will follow up on it right away!