The Maryland Department of Natural Resources, which manages state forests and parks, will be having a ribbon-cutting ceremony July 21st to officially open the new St.John’s Rock Off-Road Vehicle (ORV) Trail and Campground in Savage River State Forest (located near Finzel, Maryland).
The new St. John’s Rock Road trail, located near the Allegany and Garrett County line, will complement the state’s existing off-road trail system in select areas of Garrett, Potomac and Savage River state forests.
All off-road vehicles must be registered annually with the department and display a current registration sticker, which is available for purchase online, at department service centers or Maryland Forest Service offices. An off-road vehicle is defined as a motorized vehicle designed for or capable of cross-country travel on land, water, snow, ice, marsh, swampland or other natural terrain. This includes a four-wheel drive or low pressure tire vehicle, an automobile, a truck, a motorcycle and related two-wheel vehicles, an amphibious machine, a ground effect or air cushion vehicle, a snowmobile or golf cart.
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