You should know about access for those with disabilities, but apparently just want to spread manure.
Under orv use, frequently asked questions, item #24.
Thank you Dennis, but let's not obfuscate the issue. Your link pertains to mobility impaired persons wanting to access areas in front of the villages, that are normally closed to ORV use. It therefore has nothing to do with access to previously accessible areas by four wheel drive vehicles.
(Or for the learning impaired: "Specialized Vehicles.)
"24. Why do I sometimes see ORVs in
areas closed to ORVs? In addition to
NPS vehicles being used by NPS employ-
ees to conduct approved management
activities and emergency response ve-
hicles, the NPS allows ORV use in certain
areas closed to ORVs only for very specific
purposes, this includes:
• Participants in regularly scheduled fish-
ing tournaments if such tournament use
was allowed in that area for that tourna-
ment before January 1, 2009.
• The use of special-permitted ORVs to
transport mobility-impaired individuals to
a predetermined location in a beach area
in front of a village that is not otherwise
open to ORV use. Stop by your local per-
mit office for more information about this
mobility-impaired transport permit."
Manure is still manure no matter who spreads it.