Local mountain bike and off-highway vehicle trail users wanted! A public input session will be held to review trails leading from Lake Farmington. This is your chance to GET INVOLVED and help shape how we enhance these recreational opportunities!
The City of Farmington is seeking public input on the design and route of the mountain bike (MTB) and off-highway vehicle (OHV) trails connecting Lake Farmington to the Bureau of Land Management trail access. The public input session will be held on the west side of Lake Farmington, in the parking lot south of the fishing pier at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 12, 2019. No lake access fee is required for the event.
The proposed trails will be tagged and representatives from AMF Clean-Up LLC, the contractor for this project, will be on-site to lead the route tours and public feedback. The MTB and OHV trail connection from Lake Farmington to the Bureau of Land Management trail access is an effort between partners to connect major assets in the region. The goal is to have a trail system linked to major amenities in Farmington and San Juan County, for all outdoor lovers to enjoy.
About Outdoor Recreation Industry Initiative
Farmington has launched the Outdoor Recreation Industry Initiative (ORII) to build a flourishing outdoor recreation economy to complement the existing energy industry. ORII partners include the City of Farmington, San Juan County, Four Corners Economic Development, Farmington Convention & Visitors Bureau, San Juan College, other local communities, existing outdoor recreation businesses, the extractives industry and the BLM. The ORII goals are to enhance outdoor experiences and offerings, and to provide an extensive support system that guides, outfitters, and gear manufacturers can utilize to make their businesses more successful. To learn more about these efforts, contact Cory Styron, Director of Outdoor Recreation: firstname.lastname@example.org or (505) 599-1115.