My question involves an easement in the state of: Washington
The situation is my property lies two miles in from one end of one access point of my shared private easement with several property owners between me and that point, the property owners that border the road for access own on survey and pay county tax to the center line. My best understanding under Washington law relevant to my situation is that I have the right to use the road to ingress and egress my property and that is the extent meaning I do not have the right to use it beyond my property without permission is the best of my understanding and that it is my legal responsibility and burden to maintain that portion I require for that intended use and no other. Thus if I am correct, the owners of the property between myself and the start of the easement should have no legal right to traffic past their essential ingress and egress needs as in traffic past my property in doing so.
The issue is escalating that off road vehicles, horses and hikers etc. compromising largely of non property owner general pubic who no question have no right to use the road for any purpose yet use it for recreational purposes as do a few property owners below me as well which not only has been a notable infringement on my privacy, peace and quiet ( the road become like an Off Road Vehicle park on weekends and nice days), the greater concern is the the wear and tear incurred which is dramatic and undue costly to myself. The easement does continue on past my place and not dead end but reconnects with public roads again approximately 7 miles further. I am on a mountain top the road climbs 2 miles to my point and is kept better maintained year around than most non paved roads in the region to my point and at in part at my expense and labor then crests the hill as it goes past me in good condition another 3 miles or so then lessens to a not maintained to any standard but passable and not in winter road the remaining distance to the "far" end of the loop described.
This fact complicates my efforts with local law enforcement to enforce controlling the use of my portion in regards to the neighboring owners below me as they technically have access to their property from either side, the commonly used by them quick and easy way to access their property plus the long and in part non maintained way that passes me. These owners do not use the longer latter mentioned portion ever to access their properties however once at their properties they see fit to then jump on their annoying and destructive off road vehicles with invited guests and their off road vehicles and use the entire road for that purpose.
I am at an impasse with law enforcement and is my question on whether I have the legal right to impose my wishes to not have the recreational vehicles of landowners between myself and the bottom use it as such as it is to the best of my understanding the legal intended use of this road and any like in this state is solely ingress and egress and only to that point only, not beyond. My contention is they are using greater than the shortest, easiest and commonly used by them access to their properties negatively impacting myself. I do and pose as question have issue with in any vehicle not legally needing past my property for their ingress and egress because they don't own "past" me let alone the quads and dirt bikes quite obviously and solely being used for recreation. Any input greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.