I took a look at one a couple of weekends ago, and it seems to be a good resource – with all the ATV intersections marked and numbered navigation appears to be a snap. I could draw on entry/exit points for trails and would spend less time getting eaten by bugs, wondering "Do I turn here or not?"
I see they can be ordered from the HATVA website. Has anyone gone that way? Did you need to be a HATVA member?
Any chance of the OF4WD making a similar large format map with all of the trails in one area? The trail index maps show plenty of detail but only one trail at a time.
I am assuming you don't have a GPS. Most roads for entering and exiting the are on garmin maps. It does not have the HAVTA tail numbers, but you can put all the of4wd trails in the area on a map and see the roads connecting them.
I have a Garmin etrex Vista Cx, with a mount for sale for $50 and I am on campbellville rd. 😉 It is easier then a paper map.
Also remember that ATV and Snowmobile clubs might use private land the we don't use/have permission to use.
I have a tablet with mapping software, a handheld GPS and hand marked up topo maps, but it would be nice to have the major trail intersections labeled by number like the ATV people have. Besides, I like paper too – my 12v plug died last time I was out, and if I didn't have my paper maps I might have been in trouble.