Trail Closure – Harkaway Forest (2017)

Harkaway Forest Trail Closed for the Winter

Grey County has closed Harkaway Forest to ATVs effective October 15, 2017.

Riders, please respect our landowner agreement and keep your ATV out of the forest.

Your participation is crucial in keeping this tract available to us.

Harkaway Forest is expected to re-open June 15th (in order to accommodate the turkey hunt).

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“LadyBalls” Ride to Fight Ovarian Cancer (Oct. 21, 2017)

DGATV’s Events Committee is currently working out the details of this autumn ride, and so far it sure sounds like fun!

The ride will be staging from the pavilion down by the waterfront in Meaford at 10am.

We’ll be riding the Meaford trails for the first time!

There will be a winery tour, BBQ, and door prizes.

Funds will be raised through the sale of 50/50 tickets, the registration fee and rider pledge sheets.

Registration for OFATV Members is $30 or $100 in pledges per rider.   An additional $20 day pass is required for non-members.

Side-by-sides are welcome.

To Volunteer for this ride to ensure that a good time is had by all, contact info@dgatv.ca.

This is the second year that DGATV will be supporting Ovarian Cancer Canada.

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OCC Pledge Sheet (.pdf)

Ovarian Cancer Canada DGATV Event Listing

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Trail Crew – Hard At Work

 

DGATV’s Executive, Wardens and Trail Crew are hard at work keeping the trails in good shape for the summer.

Trails are monitored for the safety of all users — hikers, bikers, ATVers, and horseback riders.

Fallen trees are cut.  Gaping holes are filled.  Sign posts are cleared of grass and brush.

Parking areas are trimmed and mowed.

If you see an area that needs maintenance, please let us know at info@dgatv.ca.

If you want a great excuse to get out on the trails AND help support the club, become a Warden.

Or if you are the handyman-type, wanting to ride and preferring to work here and there, talk to our Trail Captain (519.266.3559 ext. 3).

Every little bit helps!

A big Thank You to all of our trail workers, we couldn’t do it without YOU!

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