Text Box: The purpose of Eastern Oregon All Terrain Vehicle Association is to preserve and expand local motorcycle and ATV riding opportunities, through education, cooperation and determination.  There is a definite threat to motorized recreation all over the country as well as right here in Northeast Oregon.  We intend to fight to keep our present riding areas open as well as expand areas for the future.
EOATVA is a 501 (c)(7) non-profit organization.


Eastern Oregon

All Terrain Vehicle Association, Inc

P.O. Box 571

La Grande, Oregon 97850


Email:    mbarber@eoni.com

Message Phone:  541-805-0172




  President– Rob Williamson

  Vice President– Larry Cribbs 963-4521

Sec/Treas– Mark Barber   963-8147  mbarber@eoni.com

  Rob Williamson

  Gary Hedden

  Kelly Haggerty

  Scott Rivard


Next meeting: September 10 2019, 7 P.M., Island City, City Hall



          We are in the process of replacing this old worn out site with another more updated site. Hope to have something up in the near future. Sorry for the lack of attention this site has had.



          The Plan has been suspended for now and is on hold until further notice.





          June 1 is our annual MERA work day, 8am till 2 pm. Meet at the MERA Foxhill parking lot. Sean is wanting to build an ATV trail down below the campground. Rob and I are going to reroute some singletrack around the Falcon DMZ area. I think the jeeps are just going to do some cleanup and brushing.





          I haven’t even tried to get to Breshears yet this year. The snotel still shows about 2 feet at Moss Springs. Might be a little later than usual getting things opened up this year.

          We are still planning on replacing the bridge on Bell Creek trail this summer. Timing will depend on when the water level in the creek drops enough to do the work. The F.S. fell and barked the stringers last fall and they are laying near the creek. We will have to bring the other materials up there when it is closer to when we build. I hope to have at least a couple of weeks notice so people can plan to help out.



                                                          GROUP RIDES

          Group rides were kind of a bust last year. I don’t know if we will try again this year or not. That will come up for discussion at the meeting.



          We had our first Y.S.E.P. evaluation on May 25. Had 12 kids go through it. We will schedule the next for late June.


                                                         Volunteer Hours

          We need to keep better track of our volunteer hours. This applies to both MERA and Forest Service lands. Anytime you do any trail or road clearing on the F.S., keep track of the time you spent and the road/trail number. This all counts toward club volunteer hours, and has the added benefit of letting the F.S. know what roads are being used, giving them more reason to keep them open. You can report them to me at any time. Contact info is below, in box on the left.


                                                            WORK DAYS


          I will try to post works days on here and on facebook, if I know a couple of days in advance what my plans are.






MERA website


          The county has created a website for MERA. It can be found at


Text Box: The following businesses have donated scrap metal, iron, aluminum, etc. or other items, to help fund club operations.  Please support them and thank them for helping us.

Eagle Freightliner  60596 Cristad Rd, La Grande  963-8551
Hagerman Truck Parts  82891 Bud Draper Dr., Umatilla   922-6455
R.S. Davis Recycling, Inc.  30775 E. Bagget Lane, Hermiston   567-9167
Laurence’s Auto Body   1208 Willow St., La Grande    963-3427
M.J Goss Motor Co.   1415 Adams Ave, La Grande    963-4161
AC Power Sports  10701 Walton Rd, La Grande  663-1111
Outlaw Motor Sports inc.  504 NW 1st, Enterprise  426-3491 or 888 603-1273 
Cliff’s Saws and Cycles Inc.  2619 10th, Baker City  523-2412
                                      Xtreme Heights Motorsports 62867 Philynda Loop, Island City  663-0792

  Last update, 08/28/2019

We put some more blocks in 327 near Haywire Creek. Should take care of the worst of the mud but could still go a little higher.