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Grays Harbor County Commissioners are pleased to announce as of April 8, 2011 the operations and management of Straddleline ORV Park has been leased to Promoto Promotions.

The ORV Park remains a public park. All events are coordinated and managed by Promo Promotions. For information about events, please contact them directly:


Visit their website at:
www.promotopromotions.com



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Straddleline ORV, 2012-2016 Park Plan

         
              2012-Park Plan, 1.8mb pdf
     

 

 

Operation of the park is a coordinated effort of Grays Harbor County, Promoto Promotions, numerous volunteers, and funding through the Recreation and Conservation Funding Board's (RCFB) NOVA Program.


Straddleline ORV Park Advisory Committee

The ORV Park Advisory Committee (OPAC) serves as an advisory body to the Straddleline ORV Park Management and Grays Harbor County Commissioners. The OPAC is comprised of various users to guide and assist in the activities of the park. The Committee advises on policy and procedures, assists to promote the ORV Park, acts as representative of the park for the purpose of protecting the public’s interest by proper use of the funds and park facilities, advises management concerning facility improvements, and provides a conduit to user groups. Following are the members and the activity they represent:
At Large:
 
Mitchell Culbertson
ATV:
  Bob Lattimar
Business:
 
Alfie Bensinger
Flat Track:
 
Brooke Heikkila
Go Carts:
 
Bob Bellamy
Motocross:
 
Ted DeVol
Resident:
 
Leslie Ortquist
Trail Bikes:
 
Ian Murphy
Dan and Annie McCarthy (Alternates)
4x4:
 
Dan Marek
Brandon Marek (Alternate)


For further information, please contact Promoto Promotions.


Straddleline ORV Park offers entry in to the Capitol Forest. Visit DNR's website for more information regarding regulations and recreational use of trails within the State's Forest.




Driving Directions: The park is West of Olympia, WA. on Highway 8 near McCleary.
From Olympia, take exit 104 off I-5 and travel west 16 miles towards the ocean beaches. The park will be on the Left/South side of Highway 8.
From McCleary, continue East for approximately 3 miles on Highway 8, the park will be on the Right/South side of the Highway.

Map - Driving directions from Olympia and McCleary WA
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