Off-Highway Vehicle Program
The Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Program provides grant funding for safety and ethics education as well as projects that enhance and maintain OHV recreational opportunities for enthusiasts.
Montana State Parks administers the OHV program with funds appropriated by the state legislature. The program includes: the OHV grant program, and safety, ethics, and education efforts.
OHV grant program projects can include: maintenance of existing OHV trails, signs, ethics education, noxious weed control, safety and mapping efforts, and related projects.
The OHV Advisory Committee, comprised of OHV users and land managers, advises Montana State Parks on the expenditure of grant funds.
OHV Grant Application Deadline
OHV grant applications must be submitted by July 1, 2014, at 4:00 pm.
OHV Grant Application Information
OHV Grant Applicants—The Montana OHV grant program has moved to an online application process. All OHV Program grant applicants must register as a user and submit their 2015 grant applications online at fundingmt.org. Paper OHV grant applications will no longer be accepted.
- OHV Program Update and Guidelines ( 112 KB)
- WebGrants Registration Instructions ( 255 KB)
- OHV Scoring Criteria ( 47 KB)
- Environmental Analysis ( 47 KB)