Updated Motor Vehicle Use Maps

Our office just received the updated 2018 Motor Vehicle Use Maps, or MVUMs.  These maps are free of charge and show all of the roads you can operate motorized vehicles on, such as cars, trucks, tractors, ATVs, UTVs, and motorcycles.

On Labor Day, we were giving these new maps out at the Timber Fun Days and I had several people ask why they can’t drive their ATVs and UTVs down the old “Woods Roads” and “Logging Roads.”

So I got to explain the history of the Mark Twain National Forest and how way back in the 1930s and 40s, when the federal government purchased these lands, every ridge and valley had a road on it.

The Forest then had to decide, as it does today, what roads they can afford to maintain and take care of and what roads they could not.

The roads that were kept and are open for motorized vehicles to operate on are called “Open Numbered Roads.” The remaining roads that were not needed are not open for motorized vehicles to operate on.

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The roads that are open for motorized vehicle use are posted with a numbered road sign that also shows how long the road is. The road will also be shown on the MVUM map.  

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