OUTBACKRIDERS INC. ATV CLUB
Monthly meetings every 2nd Monday at 7:00 pm
 held at the Clinton County Fair Grounds 
84 Fair Grounds Rd Plattsburgh, NY 
off of Rt 22B in the Fish and Game building.


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OFFICERS
President - Alfred Chapple
Vice President Dennis Del Grosso
Treasurer - Gordon Duprey
Secretary - Joli Myatt


BOARD MEMBERS
Raymond Caron
Gary Pageau
Butch Hendrie
Larry Mayatt
Gregory Blow Jr.


Interested in learning more about our club?
Dedicated to Expanding Riding in Clinton County NY
OUTBACKRIDERSINC ATV CLUB is a 501-(C)7 non-profit organization dedicated to the enjoyment and advancement of the off-road riding sport. We are a FAMILY oriented organization seeking to establish formal trail systems and to promote off-road riding in a safe and responsible manner.

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Contact Us
Membership Dues are $25.00 single / $30.00 Family Per Year

CLICK HERE To Download a membership form.
To add, correct or update website content please EMAIL webmaster@outbackridersinc.org
OUTBACKRIDERS Members now have access to trails at Miner Institute Altona Flat Rock Area! 
CLICK HERE for more information (Flat Rock area is now ope Open June 1st 2018!)
Miner Flat Rock Area is Open to Club Members from June 1st until August 31st.

IF EVERY MEMBER LEAVES EVERY RIDING AREA BETTER THEN WE FOUND IT MORE AN MORE RIDING OPPORTUNITIES WOULD OPEN UP AND REMAIN OPEN

PLEASE TREAD LIGHTLY!

Notice - Palmer Brook Sportsman Club is offering a summer recreation lease to access over 5,000 acres of riding opportunities in the Fern Lake Area for an annual fee of $50.00
For more information and to join CLICK HERE


MEMBERS YOUR HELP IS NEEDED
Below are some trail cam photos from the MINER ALTONA FLAT ROCK RIDING AREA
Club members have been given access to the Altona Flat Rock Riding area and have a with that access comes a responsibility to respect the land owner's rules, property and to leave each visit a little better then when you arrived. You do this by staying on established trails, minimize your foot print and respect the land. 
Unfortunately not all visitors are as responsible as Outback ATV Club Members. The photos below are of some ATV/UTV riders caught on trail cams breaking property owners rules and possible state laws such as vandalism and theft.
If you recognize any of these people please contact the Miner Institute or the NY State Police so they can be held accountable or prosecuted to the full extent of the law.  Because of people like this we could loose access to this land.