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Plan Your Adventure

Checklist:

Please bring the following with you to check-in at the Welcome Center:

- Complete the online waiver before coming to the trailhead.


- Provide photo ID upon arrival. Under the age of 18 must provide legal  guardian’s consent.

 

-  ALL ATV, SxS, Dirt Bike riders must wear a  D.O.T. Certified helmet and protective eye wear         (goggles, face shield, glasses, etc.). NO BICYCLE HELMETS OR ACTION SPORTS HELMETS OR     NOVELTY HELMETS! NO EXCEPTIONS!!
 

- It is recommended that full-size vehicles travel the trails in groups of two or more vehicles.


- While riding; At least one person in each group must have a charged and working cell phone in their possession.


- We ask that you download the app OnX off road or Polaris ride command on your cell phone. Once downloaded, search for Official AOAA Eastern and Western Reserve maps

Rates:

YOU CAN NOW PURCHASE YOUR PASSES ONLINE CLICK HERE!

 

SINGLE DAY PASS:

ATV/UTV/MOTORCYCLE - $35
Northumberland County Resident - $20


FULL SIZE - $40
Northumberland County Resident - $25


CHILD - $15


TWO DAY PASS:

ATV/UTV/MOTORCYCLE - $45
Northumberland County Resident - $30


FULL SIZE - $50
Northumberland County Resident - $35


CHILD - $15


THREE DAY PASS:

ATV/UTV/MOTORCYCLE - $55
Northumberland County Resident - $40


FULL SIZE - $60
Northumberland County Resident - $45


CHILD - $15
 

FOUR DAY PASS:

ATV/UTV/MOTORCYCLE - $65
Northumberland County Resident - $50


FULL SIZE - $70
Northumberland County Resident - $55


CHILD - $15


YEARLY PASSES:

ATV/UTV/MOTORCYCLE - $200
Northumberland County Resident - $100


FULL SIZE JEEP/TRUCK - $225
Northumberland County Resident - $130


FIRST CHILD - $50
Northumberland County Resident - $40


EACH ADDITIONAL CHILD - $25
Northumberland County Resident - $20


PASSENGERS:

DAILY - $15


TWO DAY - $20


THREE DAY - $25


FOUR DAY - $30

ANNUAL - $50
Northumberland County Resident - $40
 

Age 15 and under qualify for child rate with paying adult.

* Must be consecutive days.

Hours:

HOURS OF OPERATION ARE 9AM-6PM

Please click link on home page for days of operation. 

Rules:

In order to keep your riding experience safe and family friendly, we ask that you follow our trail rules.

Failure to comply with the rules, regulations, and safe operating procedures may result in arrest, fines, temporary or permanent banning from using the area or participating in any future activities or events, and may result in forfeiture of any permit costs or other costs already paid to the AOAA.

USER RULES:
User Rule documentation:

AOAA Rules Document

ALL ATV’S, DIRT BIKES & SXS’S MUST BE TRAILERED TO THE AOAA! NO DRIVING UP STATE HIGHWAY 125!

All visitors to the AOAA must check-in at the Welcome Center before using the area.

PARKING LOT AND ACCESS ROAD MAX SPEED IS 5MPH! NO HORSE PLAY OR STUNTS ON ACCESS ROAD OR PARKING LOT!

HELMETS MUST BE WORN WHEN WHEELS ARE MOVING! INCLUDES PARKING LOT, LOADING & UNLOADING!

All trail users must have a valid AOAA Permit.

All riders and passengers must complete and sign the liability waiver.

At least one person in each riding group must have a charged and working cell phone in their possession.

GPS or location smart phone app recommended (ex: OnX Off Road or Polaris Ride Command app).

IF YOU HAVE A BREAKDOWN OR ARE GOING TO LATE PLEASE CALL THE TRAILHEAD (570)648-2626

No alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs on the AOAA property. All vehicles entering the AOAA property are subject to inspection. ALL contraband will be confiscated. 

Firearms or weapons of any kind are prohibited except during hunting seasons.

Parking is permitted in designated areas only.

The terrain is constantly changing. Check each hill. Ride all trails with caution.

Stay on marked trails. Stay within the posted area of the AOAA.

Expect oncoming traffic and always be courteous and utilize proper trail etiquette.

Camping is not permitted on AOAA property. ONLY AT TRAILHEAD CAMP GROUND 570-495-4453

TREAD LIGHTLY and be respectful of other users.

Pack it in- Pack it out. Remove all litter.

ATV and MOTORCYCLE:

Everyone must wear a D.O.T. certified helmet and protective eye wear (goggles, face shield, glasses, etc.). NO BICYCLE HELMETS, ACTION SPORTS HELMETS or NOVELTY HELMETS ALLOWED!

Wear protective footwear---no open toes or sandals permitted.

Recommended rider gear ---gloves, chest protector, long pants and long sleeve shirts.

No passengers unless the unit is manufactured for the driver and a passenger.

We recommend riding in groups of 2 (two) or more.

SIDE-BY-SIDE UTILITY VEHICLE (UTV):

Everyone must wear a D.O.T. certified helmet  and protective eye wear (goggles, face shield, glasses, etc.). NO BICYCLE HELMETS, ACTION SPORTS HELMETS or NOVELTY HELMETS ALLOWED!

Seatbelts must be worn at all times! 

The number of passengers carried on a side-by-side utility type vehicle shall be limited by the number of manufacturer installed seat belts or as approved by an AOAA official. *NO BUMP SEATS! 

All riders must keep their hands, arms, feet, head and legs inside the vehicle at all times during operation.

Units should be equipped with Roll-Over Protection System from the manufacturer or a suitable alternate.

Machines must be equipped with manufacturer seat belts and must be in good working order.

FULL-SIZE VEHICLES SAFETY REQUIREMENTS:

All full-size vehicles must have the following: MUST TRAVEL IN GROUPS OF TWO OR MORE

Proper roll-over protection to include the passengers.

Battery tie down (no bungee cords).

Seat belts for everyone in the vehicles, fire extinguisher and trash bag for liquid spills.

At least one tow point (example: tow hook or receiver hitch)

Front and rear tow points are mandatory for the harder trails along with a winch and locker.

 

PROHIBITED ACTIVITIES:

Starting or maintaining a fire except in a designated fire pit, grill or stove.

Damaging or removing, in whole or in part, a living or dead tree, shrub or plant.

NO CUTTING OF TREES! NO CHAINSAW USE WITHOUT AUTHORIZATION FROM AOAA STAFF! 

No tow chains or tow straps with metal hooks! 

Damaging, or removing rock, shale, sand, clay, soil or other mineral product, natural object or material.

Feeding wildlife.

Dumping, litter, trash, refuse, garbage, bottles, or pollutants.

Disorderly conduct of any kind.

 

Failure to comply with AOAA rules, regulations and safe operating procedures may result in arrest, fines, temporary or permanent banning from using the facility. All official rules must be followed.

EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS:

Emergencies Dial: 911

AOAA Trail Head: 570-648-2626

AOAA Security & Operations Staff: 570-452-4363, 570-238-4078

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