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June 9, 10, 11 and 12 2016 Spring NOHVA Jamboree near Genoa is CANCELED
As decided by the NOHVA Board of Directors at a May 24th meeting, due to past lawsuits against NOHVA and current pending litigation against NOHVA, the Nebraska Off Highway Vehicle Association is unable to secure adequate insurance for the June 2016 NOHVA Spring Jamboree that was planned for June 9, 10, 11 and 12.
Without adequate insurance to protect the Jamboree Volunteers, Participants, Members and Guests the NOHVA Jamboree at Headworks Park near Genoa, NE has been cancelled.
The Nebraska Off Highway Vehicle Association has worked very hard since the last Jamboree to secure insurance for the June 2016 Jamboree. Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond our control, NOHVA was unable to secure adequate insurance.
NOHVA sincerely apologies to those who were planning to attend the Jamboree. We are very aware that many NOHVA Members and Families plan for this event and make it part of their summer plans. Regrettably NOHVA was not able to overcome the obstacles placed before it, and the cancellation of the June 2016 Jamboree was necessary to protect all of the participants.
There are no plans for a reschedule date.
THE JAMBOREE IS STILL CANCELLED for June 9, 10, 11 and 12 BUT Headworks OHV Park will be OPEN this weekend for public recreational ATV, UTV and dirtbike riding.
The middle wide gate will not be open on the entrance trail, the width limit is the normal 64".
THE OVERFLOW PASTURE WILL NOT BE OPEN.
THE PARKING AND CAMPING AREA WILL BE VERY CROWDED. It is not known if there will be enough room to park. If you go, maybe you will find a place to park and camp, maybe not. Maybe another weekend would be better to ride?
NEW - NO PARKING, UNLOADING AND CAMPING ON THE NORTH SIDE OF THE ROAD between the road and next to the canal because of safety concerns. This will be in effect from this day (June 6) for the rest of the year.
The Headworks OHV Park near Genoa is owned, managed and operated by the Loup Public Power District. NOHVA or any of it's volunteers do not own, manage or supervise any part of the riding area. NOHVA helps with the riding area and helps pay the bills as directed and supervised by the Loup Public Power District.