Trail Closure – Walters Falls Tract (Spring 2018)

Walters Falls tract is closed until further notice

DGATV asks for your consideration

Please honour DGATV’s agreements and promises to protect landowners’ best interests. It is too wet to ride Walters Falls tract at this point without doing a lot of damage. Continuing to ride in the wet costs DGATV & OFATV money to repair the trails, which increases the cost of permits. Damaging the land also angers landowners, which loses trails. Please consider the future of ATVing in Ontario and stay out of Walters Falls tract for now.

Public trails are expected to open May 1st weather permitting.

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Upcoming Season (2018)

We’re looking forward to a May 1st season start (weather permitting) although we currently have a bit of snow.  Hopefully the trail won’t be too wet and we can open the trails on schedule.  Keep an eye on our social media for updates.

Warden training is scheduled for May 5th for those who regularly ride DGATV’s trails and enjoy meeting people.

For the season’s full calendar of events, be sure to checkout our facebook page:

fb-002-teeny Dufferin Grey ATV Club 

Checkout neighbouring clubs as well:

fb-002-teeny Central Ontario ATV Club / www.coatv.ca

Huron Shores ATV Club / www.huronshoresatvclub.org (need an EOTA pass)

fb-002-teeny South Bruce Peninsula ATV Club / www.sbpatvclub.com (need an EOTA pass)

fb-002-teeny West Grey ATV Club / www.westgreyatvclub.ca

Let’s have a terrific riding season!

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Becoming an OFATV/DGATV member rider

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Warden Training (Spring 2018)

Warden training is planned for Saturday, May 5, 2018. The session starts at 10am and runs until lunch time. Afterwards, a ride and field training so feel free to bring your bike.

Location: Markdale Agricultural Services Centre, 206 Toronto Street, Markdale, ON (back of building)

Registration: Contact Dan Liedtke, Chief Warden, at 519.266.3559 (extension 5) or warden@dgatv.ca

Becoming a Warden is a great way to Volunteer. You can help monitor the trails, answer visiting riders’ questions and represent DGATV on the trail. It’s also a great excuse to meet fellow riding enthusiasts and to get out for a ride!

Click here to learn more about what a becoming a Warden does for our club.

See also:

ATV Season

More about Wardens

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