Nebraska Off Highway
Vehicle Association (NOHVA)
WILL BE holding it’s 48th Jamboree
Saturday and Sunday October 9, 10 and
2015 at the
Headworks OHV Park, three miles west
of Genoa Nebraska.
UPDATES WILL BE POSTED
IMMEDIATELY ON THIS WEB
The NOHVA Jamboree is
a fund raising event to help pay
expenses to operate public ATV, dirtbike
and UTV/side-by-side parks and trails in
Nebraska, and benefit local
Emergency and Medical services in
Nance County. The event is open to
ATVs, UTVs and
dirtbikes. I special gate is
opened for UTVs over 64"
wide just for the jamboree. Please note that
during regular riding times
other than the jamboree the
maximum width is 64".
Everyone must have an
event pass to ride, race or watch
the events. There are
special rules for 16 and 17
year olds without a parent
at the event. Everyone under 16
can only be at the riding
area with a
parent during the jamboree.
rules for those under 18
under 16 must be
under the direct supervision
of an adult, no riding
around unless under the
DIRECT supervision of an
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the Jamboree, How Much Does It Cost and Who Can Attend?
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Rules for Parking, Camping and nearby
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sheriff and/or state patrol WILL BE RIDING ATVs CHECKING for
alcohol consumption. The entire area is off limits to alcohol
including the beach and trails. If we have ANY trouble with
anyone fighting, excessive alcohol use, minors with alcohol, or
people riding in a manner that is dangerous in the parking and
camping areas, NOHVA will ask them to be arrested and jailed.
ANYONE being a nuisance will be
arrested. No fire works.
The Nance County drug dog will be on duty.
The State Patrol will also be
patrolling the roads into town and
around Headworks. There WILL BE spot
checks of ID’s by law enforcement
including the beach and trails.
Please don't drink and ride at the
Jamboree. Alcohol use WILL BE
monitored at events on Saturday and
WARNING ABOUT DRINKING ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGES - The Sheriffs Department
will be monitoring alcohol use.
We have hired additional officers to
patrol the parking and camping areas
all night and each day.
Everyone is expected to follow the
posted rules. The Nance County
Sheriff’s Department has the
authority to remove anyone violating
the rules or acting in an
irresponsible manner. People
can be suspended from the park for a
specified length of time, depending
upon the offense and the discretion
of the investigating officer.
Anyone who is found in the park
during a removal suspension will be
charged with Criminal Trespassing
and arrested since they will be
given written notice at the time
they were originally removed.
IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY - Call 911
for Ambulance or Sheriff. Nearest
Hospital is in Genoa (about 5 miles
east) and is located on the
southwest side of town on the east
side of state highway 22 & 39.
NOHVA Jamborees typically
occur twice per year on the second weekend after Memorial Day
weekend and on the second full weekend of October. The
2016 Jamborees are planned for June 10, 11 and 12 of 2016 and
October 7, 8 and 9 of 2016.
Communications Providers of Mobile Radios for the
Jamborees. Full Service Stores Located in Grand Island, York and
Central Nebraska Bobcat
is a long time supporter of ATV, Dirtbike and UTV projects in
Tri-City Cycle Works of Grand
Island is a provider of UTVs for the jamborees.
Applied Connective Technologies is
a locally owned and operated company that has been providing
communication solutions to greater Nebraska for over 10 years.
Thank you for providing broadband wireless Internet service for
the Jamboree! Albion, Fullerton, Columbus and Nebraska
Greenline Equipment in
Albion, Aurora, Central
City, Grand Island,
Plainview, Spalding, St.
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becoming a Sponsor of the NOHVA Jamboree