Welcome to Prescott Trail Riders

Upcoming Events

Monthly Club Meeting- Monday June 6, 2022 @ 6pm

Please join us for our monthly club meeting on Monday June 6 at 6pm in person at Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo Grounds (Freeman Building) or via Zoom teleconference. Please check your e-mail for Zoom participation information.

This month’s topics will include our upcoming rodeo parking activities, June trail work and club ride plans (fire restrictions permitting), as well as a recap of our Hare Scramble at Lynx Creek race and the Delta Colorado out-of-state ride.

Please be sure to print and complete this year’s Prescott Frontier Days Volunteer application form (preferably before our June meeting.)  It can be downloaded at PFD 2022 Volunteer WaiverPlease designate “Parking” on the waiver to help PTR provide sufficient parking volunteers!

We will have our “swap meet” table available for those items you wish to sell, trade or give away, as well as our new club swag.

Food and beverages will be available for purchase. (Please note- only cash accepted.)

Rodeo Grounds Address: 840 Rodeo Dr., Freeman Building, Prescott, AZ  86305

We hope to see you there!

WHAT:    Trail Work Day

WHEN:   Saturday June 11 2022 @ 8AM

We hope you will join us for our June trail work day which is planned for Saturday June 11 at 8am.  This month’s project will be to replace signage damaged by the Creek Fire recently as well as tread work on the trails in that area.  We will stage from the Five Corners intersection.  For more details, please click on the link below.

WHAT:   June 2022 Club Ride- CANCELLED

With the new Coconino Forest Stage 3 fire restrictions in areas adjacent to this planned ride, the decision was made to cancel the club ride this month. We’re sorry for the short notice on the cancellation.

WHAT:    World’s Oldest Rodeo Volunteer Activities- Parking

WHEN:   Tuesday June 28 through July 4 2022

Prescott Trail Riders are excited to be volunteering at the World’s Oldest Rodeo again!  We will be directing parking and staffing the vehicle entry gates.  Members are encourage to join us for this fun event!  Please e-mail us at PrescottTrailRiders@gmail.com for details if you have not already signed up.


Prescott Trail Riders is excited to announce that we were awarded a $250 grant to aid in our trail work by Extreme Terrain’s Clean Trail Project ( Clean Trail Initiative ) Please check our events calendar if interested in volunteering for our trail work days (usually scheduled the second Saturday of the month.)

Our Mission

Prescott Trail Riders promotes motorized recreation in the Prescott National Forest and Central Arizona region. PTR works with local businesses, government agencies, environmental organizations, and other motorized sports organizations to preserve the local trails and establish new ones. Prescott Trail Riders strive to be the leader in expanding responsible land use for off-highway vehicles, ensuring availability and access for future generations.

Prescott Trail Riders (PTR) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) motorized off-highway vehicle club located in Prescott, Arizona.

Barrett Johnson, President
Todd Griswold, Vice President
Todd Griswold, Treasurer
Deb Vaughan, Secretary
Dan Toomey, Man-At-Large
Geoff Chain, Trail Liaison