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Construction begins on new off-highway vehicle park near Farmington

New Mexico Department of Game and Fish
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, MAY 5, 2017:

Construction begins on new off-highway vehicle park near Farmington

SANTA FE – Construction has begun on a new off-highway vehicle park in the Brown Springs area of the federal Bureau of Land Management’s Glade Run Recreation Area near Farmington.

The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish contributed $600,000 from the Trail Safety Fund for construction of the park, which will include a small riding track for youths, a skills training track, primitive camp sites, toilets and a pavilion. Off-highway motor vehicle registration and user fees support the Trail Safety Fund.

The Glade Run Recreation Area northeast of Farmington spans 19,000 acres and provides 42 miles of trails for use by motorized off-highway vehicles.

For more information, please contact the BLM office in Farmington at (505) 564-7600 or visit https://www.blm.gov/programs/recreation/recreation-activities/new-mexico.

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2017-05-05T09:42:43+00:00