Ride in Vermont
Are you looking to visit Vermont to ride? It’s now easier than ever to enjoy ATVing in Vermont.
Your ATV must have a valid registration. You can register in your home state, or visit the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles to register here in Vermont. Cost per registering an ATV in Vermont is currently $45 per year.
Once you have a valid registration from any state, you are ready to join VASA. Bring your valid registration to any of our VASA points of sale, fill out the quick and easy membership application, pay your dues and you will be handed your Trail Access Decal (TAD) and statewide trail map. Affix your Trail Access Decals to the front and rear of your machine and you are ready to ride.
VASA points of sale are easy to locate. All ATV dealers in Vermont sell VASA memberships as well as a variety of other businesses throughout the state and via the local clubs and VASA office as well.
Cost is as follows:
If you have a Vermont registration, everything you need to ride in Vermont will cost $60. The breakdown of where your money goes is as follows: Out of your total $60, $30 is for your Trail Access Decals, $10 is for your VASA membership and $20 is for your local club membership.
If you have an out of state registration (YES! VASA does accept all valid registrations from any state.) your Trail Access Decals will cost you $45 more. All of the other costs remain the same so your total will be $105.
Other things to be aware of:
- Helmets are required on the VASA trail system.
- All of the towns that VASA partners with for connector trails require that liability insurance is held on each ATV, while this is not a state law, if you use any of these connector trails, you absolutely need to hold liability insurance on your ATV.
- All riders under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult and possess a safety certification card.
- Minimum age to operate an ATV on the VASA trail system is 12 years old.
- Trails can open and close unexpectedly- please check with the local club before you leave for any trail closures.
- Ride respectfully. It is our privilege, not our right, to ride on these trails.