"On average, the commission reports, more than 100 children are killed each year in A.T.V. accidents, and 40,000 more are sent to the emergency room."
“'A.T.V.’s have been killing and maiming for years,' said Sue Rabe, who helped found Concerned Families for ATV Safety, after her 10-year-old son was killed when the A.T.V. he was driving rolled over and fell on him." See the whole article at the New York Times, 11/23/09.
Off road vehicles are illegal at Hawksnest State Park and have caused serious damage. Report any off-road use by dirt bikes, ATVs, or regular vehicles to ParkWatch: 866-759-2824.
At Myles Standish State Forest, the ATVs have been showing up in groups of 30 or 40. To prevent that from happening at Hawksnest, we have to show that there's ZERO tolerance for ATVs here.