Complaints about the popular sport decreased within the last year as safety precautions increased.
"It's just a good way to get together and have a good time with a lot of comradery," said President of the Landover ATV/UTV Club Roger Flaherty.
Flaherty started the Landover ATV club in 2001 with him and his grandson as the first members.
Now the club has over 300 members.
His grandson is the trail boss and is responsible for making sure riders stay safe, by putting up road and route signs. Keeping riders safe was an important part of the clubs growth.
"Well it makes me feel really good it's an accomplishment.
I was told many times it would never happen and I heard "no" so [many times] I didn't think there was any alternative word," said Flaherty.