The Clearwater County Chamber of Commerce welcomes P.L.A.Y. (Public Land Access Year-round) to membership. P.L.A.Y. is a group of outdoor enthusiasts that organized in 1999 to work with public land managers to create access for snowmobiles, ATVs, UTVs, and motorcycles on Forest Service, Potlatch and State grounds. The group has adopted several trails throughout Clearwater County and volunteers to maintain them for year round access. Annual events are held for members and their guests to ride these trails and help support the group through fundraising efforts. P.L.A.Y. goals include: 1. Promote Tread Lightly 2. Promote OHV Safety and Instruction 3. Inform Legislative Officials of Proposed Laws and Rules 4. Work with Legislative Officials to Propose and Pass Laws and Rules 5. Comment on Motorized Travel Plans on Federal and State Lands. The group invites you to learn more by attending one of their monthly meetings held in the Ponderosa Banquet Room on the first Thursday of each month at 7pm or send them a message at and check out their website or on the Chamber website


Pictured left to right, front to back, Robert Thomas, Sharon Baugh, Julia Irby, Alex Irby, Tracy Lubke Secretary, Jim Lingo Vice President, Steve Marker
Shannon Schrader, Joe Loehner Recreation Specialist USFS, Kelly Green Trails Specialist USFS, Andrew Skowland District Ranger USFS, Mike Lubke President, Bobbi Corbit Treasurer, Ann Marker, Al Dalton