DGATV’s Season Start, News & Upcoming Events (2023)

ATV & side-by-side riding season starts May 1st and runs to November 30th weather permitting.

DGATV’s season begins with the annual general meeting scheduled for March 26, 2023 at the Dundalk Legion. Connect with Executive members and other ATV and side-by-side enthusiasts.  Learn about our club and what we do for you.  Get your questions answered.  Vote for the upcoming season’s Directors and/or volunteer to join the Executive!

DGATV’s Executive meets on the third Wednesday of every month excluding December.  The next meeting is scheduled for March 15th via online conference where we are ramping up for the 2023 season so mark your calendar!

  • Toronto Sportsmen’s Show (March 16-19, 2023) – website
  • DGATV AGM (March 26, 2023) – Dundalk Legion
  • Dufferin/Grey County roads open (April 17, 2023) – check municipal bylaws for ATV road use
  • DGATV Season Start (May 1, 2023) weather permitting
  • Harkaway Forest Opens (May 25, 2023)
  • OFATV AGM (May 26-28, 2023) at Fern Resort near Orillia
  • DGATV McPhail School Breakfast Club & Eugenia Food Bank Ride (Saturday, June 3, 2023) out of Flesherton
  • DGATV Canada Day Ride (Sat., July 1, 2023)
  • DGATV Shelburne Fire Department Poker Run (Sat. Aug. 26, 2023)  cancelled
  • IPM International Plowing Match (Sept. 15 to 23, 2023) – Amaranth, volunteers from mid-Aug. – website
  • DGATV Autumn Harvest Ride for local food banks (October 1, 2023) out of Markdale
  • Dufferin/Grey County road closures (November 15, 2023)
  • End of Season (November 30, 2023)

Questions or comments can be sent to info@dgatv.ca or by calling 519.266.3559.

Come Ride With Us!



Press Release: OFATV & OFSC Sign Historic MOU

(Barrie, ON: November 30, 2022): The Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) and the
Ontario Federation of All Terrain Vehicle Clubs (OFATV) announced a historic Memorandum of
Understanding (MOU) between the province’s two largest recreational trail organizations. This
first of its kind MOU solidifies a cooperative new approach in organized powersports with the
goals to foster the protection, sustainability and growth of motorized recreational trails. The
MOU will significantly benefit each Federation, their clubs, volunteers, landowners and trail
users, as well as countless trail‐connected communities and tourism businesses across Ontario …

Click here for the full press release (.pdf).

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