About

The Kingfield Quad Runners ATV Club has been in existence since July 2003. We are a club who's strong belief is respecting the land and it's owners.  The State regulations require written landowner permission for each and every parcel of land club members traverse.  Without landowner permissions, we would have no riding privileges.  So we extend a generous thank you and our appreciation to our current landowners.  We ask everyone that use these trails to follow the same courtesy to landowners and their property with respect to state regulations.
 

Mission Statement

The Kingfield Quad Runners are a group of sportsmen and women promoting the safe and ethical operation of ATVs.  The trails we ride on are on private land which we have gained landowner permission to use.  The Quad Runners respect and maintain the trails on which we ride as well as advocate for public awareness.

2020 Club Officers

 

Trail Master: Rob Woodhouse 207-491-8914 timberdoodle28@aol.com


Secretary/Treasurer:  Amanda Lee 207-491-0055 mandalou9907@gmail.com


Vice President:  Mike Young 207-491-4004 michaelpaulayoung@gmail.com


President:  Niki Woodhouse 207-491-4846 kingfieldquadrunners@gmail.com

 

Kingfield's multi-use Park-n-Ride at 169 Main St
 
There's plenty of room, and easy access to points in all directions. Grab a map while you're there and consider joining and/or donating to the club. The ATV Club kiosk is on the northeast side of the parking lot.

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Kingfield Quad-Runners ATV Club