If you’re looking to ride, look no further, you’ve found VASA!

Got questions, click here to check out our Frequently Asked Questions Page

2024 VASA Trails Open May 1 in some areas. Click here for the trail opening date listings.

Know before you go, verify with local clubs before riding any trail system as well as Polaris Ride Command.

2024 VASA TADs (Trail Access Decal) go on sale December 15, 2023.





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Welcome to the Vermont ATV Sportsman’s Association (VASA)

We are the statewide association of ATV clubs dedicated to developing, promoting and conserving responsible, family friendly ATV recreation throughout the state. We currently have over 1200 miles of legal trail opportunity throughout the state.

Joining VASA is easy.

The JOIN VASA TODAY link will take you to the JOIN page.
There you will be able to purchase a TAD (Trail Access Decal), transfer an existing TAD to another vehicle or purchase a club only membership to any of the VASA clubs (TAD not included).
All you need is an image of a current ATV registration from any state, valid credit card and email address.
Once you have completed the application and uploaded the image of your registration, you receive a 15-day temporary pass sent to the email address you provided. Your application will be verified and a permanent registration including TAD will be mailed to the address in the application.

*The Join Page features links to purchase/renew a TAD, transfer an existing TAD or join an additional club.

Join VASA Today


VASA Trails Open on May 15th *Weather Permitting  

                                                              Know Before You Go


   Trail Status is available thru local club pages and    https://ridecommand.polaris.com/map


2023’s weather generated trail closures and reroutes was a tipping point for VASA trail mapping. It clearly showed the value of the Ride Command gps app.

The ever-evolving trail status and increasing cost to produce paper maps that are frequently outdated by the time the members receive them led the Board of Directors to take a hard look at the viability to continue producing them. The issue was discussed at the September Board meeting, and it was voted to discontinue printing paper maps. VASA partnered with Polaris Ride Command three seasons ago and has been providing them with gps files for accuracy. It has proven to be an essential tool as ATV riding continues to grow in Vermont, all at no cost to VASA or our individual members. Clubs will have the remaining printed maps available for members on request. 

The saving accrued by no longer producing statewide paper maps will be earmarked to trail development and maintenance. 

We have produced a Ride Command for Beginners, how to get started video. It was recorded by a member in a conversational style for members that new to navigational apps, for members familiar with gps apps looking for tips Polaris offers tutorials on their website, links below.  As always feel free to contact the VASA office or your local club for assistance getting started.

Ride Command for Beginners

Polaris Ride Command Tutorial Page


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Latest News

March 25, 2024
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  2024 TADs (Trail Access Decal) have been available for purchase starting 12/15/23. To date the applications…