Idaho Pathfinders ATV Club

Contact Idaho PathfindersThe Idaho Pathfinders Association was founded in 1998 by Dean and Brenda Heckman and Brodie Robinette of White Bird, Idaho.  Today, many years later, the club maintains loyal membership, and represents a strong voice in the outdoor recreational scene.

IPA emphasizes efforts to be good stewards of our public lands, to keep our forests clean, and to help protect individuals’ rights to ride trail machines on Public Lands.

The following are the Pathfinders current officers:

Todd Stenzel, President, 208.983-6033,

Bob Mangold, Vice President, 208.983.5567

RaWanda Goehring, Secretary/Treasurer, 208.983.3517

Some Reasons to Join an ATV Club (From the Boise ATV Trail Riders website)

  •  Meet new people who have the same interest—the love of riding ATVs.
  •  Find out places to ride within your local and statewide areas, as well as surrounding states.
  •  Socialize and build lasting relationships.
  •  Protect the environment by riding responsibly and encouraging others to do the same.
  •  Ride together for safety.
  •  Receive information about local and statewide issues facing the OHV community through the club newsletter and monthly meetings.
  •  Protect and ensure your right to ride in local areas by volunteering your time to work with various government agencies and special interest groups, cleaning trails, etc.
  •   Work together in keeping the trails and roads open for all and future generations to enjoy.
  •  See the beauty of Idaho — from the desert flatlands to the glorious mountain tops.

Visit the IPA website for valuable information about this organization.