ATVing in Southern Ontario
There are a great selection of gravel roads, a portion of the CP Rail Trail that is welcome to be used by adventure seekers on All Terrain Vehicles. There are also a few ATV clubs in Ontario that provide maintained trails across the province.
There are several trails and roads you can take on an ATV in Grey County. The municipality has created an interactive map that you can use to map out your trip.
There are three main clubs operating in Ontario. The Eastern Ontario Trails Alliance (EOTA), the Ontario Federation of ATV Clubs (OFATV) and ATVOntario.
The OFATV is a not-for-profit club that aims at providing responsible, safe, legal and environmentally friendly trails for ATVs in Ontario. To purchase a pass for the OFATV trails, please proceed to their website www.ofatv.org. If you would like to join or volunteer with our local club, please contact the Dufferin Grey ATV Club in Markdale. Visit the OFATV interactive trail map to see the local trails.
ATVOntario is responsible for over 6,000 km of trails from Georgian Bay to serval parts of Northern Ontario.
EOTA has a collection of trails, mostly out towards Ottawa. You can find their interactive map on their website www.thetrail.ca. You will need to purchase a pass to ride on any of the EOTA trails, which you can purchase online or from select retailers.
If you have any questions about the Ontario laws pertaining ot ATVs, please feel free to read the updated information from the Ontario Government’s website.
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