Check out the thousands of kilometres of trails in Ontario that will to challenge and inspire you. There are three major organizations that work to keep the Ontario trail systems maintained and promote an environmentally-friendly code of behaviour for all ATV riders. Each with its own membership requirements, rules and regulations and system of trail passes.
Ontario Federation of ATV Clubs (OFATV)
The OFATV operates from Windsor to east of Ottawa and offers day passes, as well as an annual pass that includes the EOTA trails, and grants you membership to a local club.
Eastern Ontario Trail Alliance (EOTA)
This network manages over 700 kilometres of trails from the Bay of Quinte north to Algonquin Park. Trail passes are available online or at one of their trail pass vendors.
Responsible for over 6000km of trails around Georgian Bay, Elliot Lake, Mattawa, Cochrane, Haliburton and large tracts of eastern Ontario, ATVOntario’s annual PowerPass can be purchased online or by mail.
OTHER CLUBS AND ASSOCIATIONS
There are a number of clubs and associations across the province that maintain trails and promote ATVing locally, including:
Algonquin West ATV Club
Central Ontario ATV Club
The Glendaler's Winter Sports Club
Great Lakes ATV Club Inc.
Haliburton ATV Association (HATVA)
Kawartha ATV Association
Napanee & District ATV Club
Northern Rednecks ATV
Northumberland District ATV Riders
Ottawa Valley ATV Club
The Quad Niagara ATV Club
South Bruce Peninsula ATV Club
Southern Ontario's ATV Club
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