ATVOntario - Where to Ride!

November 10, 2015

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Bear Claw Tours' Amazing
1,000 acre Private ATV Trail

We have more events than any other ATV association in Canada
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All ATV Destinations

Cochrane, a one-of-a-kind ATV Adventure

Come and ride your ATV through the Northern Wilderness.?Based out of Cochrane Ontario Bear Tracks ATV Tours provided guided tours using your ATV as?a primary mode of transportation.? Ride the streets of Cochrane, visit our Polar Bears at the Polar Bear Habitat & Heritage Village, or take a tour you won't regret.

If you are looking for a leisurely family ride or looking for an extreme mud filled trip we can take you where you want to go. The scenery is breathtaking... You may even see a bear or moose while on your ride.

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Elliot Lake
First Class Trails...World Class Experience!
Singled out as one of the most exciting ATV adventure destinations in Canada, the "great outdoors" surrounding Elliot Lake includes the largest insured ATV trail network in Ontario. Carved through the extraordinary landscape of this unspoiled part of Northern Ontario, Elliot Lake has over 300 kilometres of trails that offer much more than just the thrill of the ride. An ATV adventure in Elliot Lake is an experience that will take you past racing rivers, ancient rock escarpments, and transition forests, that offer more than just the thrill of the ride, but an unfolding journey through the history of a wild and majestic terrain. Our trails have been designed for riders of all ages, whether seasoned or novice. They are perfect for day trips, overnight stays or extended three- to five-day excursions. As the trails are looped, riders are never more than a 20-minute ride from the necessary services and amenities of the city. Elliot Lake offers a choice of affordable hotels, lakeside lodges and a broad mix of restaurants to suit all tastes. There are also a number of local outfitters providing equipment and packages including guiding services and/or accommodations. Off-road adventurers can also enjoy wilderness camping, nature photography, hiking, canoeing and fishing, both in and around the City, not to mention some pure relaxation along Elliot Lakes wide sandy beaches. Visiting riders are required to purchase a visitor pass and map which they can pick up at the Elliot Lake Welcome Centre or through participating tourism partners. Elliot Lake is a proud members of Tread Lightly! Canada, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to protecting the great outdoors through education. Key to its members pledge is respect and responsibility for the environment, and adherence to the organizations codes of rider etiquette and safety. To find out how you can obtain a more detailed map which includes GPS coordinates, contact the Elliot Lake Welcome Centre at 1.800.661.6192.  [more]

Haliburton / Algonquin West / North Hastings

  • Over 1,700 kms of HATVA trails
  • Our trails are signed, mapped and insured for HATVA and ATVOntario Power Pass holders
  • Beginner, expert and intermediate trails
  • Ontario ATV Search & Rescue involvement
  • Covering Haliburton, Kawartha, Madawaska, Peterborough, Almaguin & Muskoka regions
  • Full slate of ATV events and rides
  • Actively involved in everything ATV and related

Do you want to ride on endless ATV trails with a club that is active and serious about atv recreation? Do you want an area that has exceptional trails signed, mapped & insured? Do you want to ride with responsible atvers that know the trails and help each other out as a "brotherhood" of atv riders? Do you want to trail ride in truly deep woods wilderness conditions?

If your serious about atving? Haliburton ATV Association?/ Algonquin West ATV Club?/ North Hastings ATV Association?would seriously like to have you visit us in Haliburton, Kawartha, Madawaska, Peterborough, Almaguin or Muskoka. We have trails for all levels - beginners to expert. We have an extensive network of accommodations and services including an active trail wardening program and excellent community relations. Most roads are open In Haliburton County to allow easy access to trail heads. We are constantly developing new trails and MNR approved bridge construction. It's all fun. Come on in and have a look around ourHaliburton ATV association promotes responsible ATV use on private and crown land use during the spring, summer and fall. Our rugged terrain and scenic natural wildness makes the region ideal for your ATV trail adventure. Haliburton ATV association believes that trails are an important economic and environmental resource that have to be sustained to assure our communities economic future and way of life.

Our association was formed so that ATV enthusiasts can enjoy the beauty of area trails. Equally important are the prospects of ATV trail touring and positioning the recreation sport politically and economically in the community. One of the associations mandates is to work closely with other area trail organizations including HCSA our local snowmobile club that dedicates much effort to maintaining area trails. Last but not least we feel education towards responsible ATV use is paramount to the future of ATVing.


Mattawa, ATV friendly, has it all!
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In Mattawa ride your ATV from your accommodation to the trailhead and then experience 300 kilometers of diverse trails. The trail system is nestled between two small mountain ranges, the Algonquin Highlands and the Laurentian Mountains, and is bordered by the Mattawa and Ottawa Rivers. This site-seeing paradise with constantly changing terrain offers the bold ATV adventurer challenging rock climbs and wet muddy areas.
Of course, easy riding is also an option with trails meandering through majestic pines and cool valleys speckled with clear lakes and rivers. Welcoming accommodations and restaurants are easily accessible and fuel is readily available in town and on the trail. Immerse yourself in this scenic wilderness, all within an easy drive from Toronto and Ottawa.  [more]

Parry Sound - Georgian Bay
Freedom Rocks!

The 30,000 islands of Parry Sound in Georgian Bay form the world's largest freshwater archipelago.? Here ATV Riders will pass by windswept pines, ancient rocky shores, international ports, and recreational waterways. The main trail system in the Parry Sound area is our Park-to-Park Trail, an exciting route set within a natural paradise of lakes, rivers, forests, beaches, and the 2.5 billion-year-old granite of the Canadian Shield that come together to form a rich tapestry of Canada's natural, historical and cultural heritage. Less than two hours north of Toronto, Parry Sound is a four-season destination that offers restaurants, fine hotels, or a night under the stars. Best of all, our trail systems provide riders with boundless freedom and a chance to explore the majestic Canadian Shield.



ATVOntario offers over 2,000 kilometres of legal, well-managed trails thanks to our many partnerships with landowners.
Our trail systems are GPS mapped, well signed, insured and offer you worry-free self-guided riding. They are close to fuel, food and accommodation.

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