Trail Opening (2017) – Ready, Set, Go!

Good news!  DGATV’s trails are open as of May 1st although Sideroad 10B (east of Harkaway Forest heading toward Beaver Valley) will remain closed due to flooding.

Harkaway Forest does not open until June 20th.

Specific Grey County roads are also open May 1st, check www.grey.ca for road information.

The City of Owen Sound’s by-law allows ATV use on specific roadway, opening April 15th.  Check www.owensound.ca for further information.

Maps can be found here.

CP rail trail access extends from Veteran’s Way (Orangeville) to Sunny Valley Road (above Chatsworth) for ATVs only.

Please note that UTVs and ROVs (aka side-by-sides) are not allowed on the CP rail trail or in Harkaway Forest.  Results of a Grey County trails study due in the autumn will determine if side-by-sides will be approved.

Have a safe and enjoyable season.  On your mark, get set, go!

 



 

Warden Training (Spring 2017)

Warden training is planned for Saturday, April 29, 2017. The session starts at 10am and runs until lunch time. Afterwards, a ride and field training so feel free to bring your bike.

Another training session is planned for Sunday, May 7, 2017 if more convenient.

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

Pre-registration:  Contact Dan Liedtke, Chief Warden, at 519.266.3559 (extension 5)

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 DGATV Warden responsibilities.



 

DGATV’s Executive / Board of Directors

Established in 2006, a succession of keen riders have taken the helm of Dufferin Grey ATV Club Inc (DGATV) on the Board of Directors.  We thank each and every one, past and present, for their contribution to the successful operation of our club.

The Board of Directors are responsible for directing DGATV’s operations.  The Board sets the policies, priorities, strategy, and upcoming events for the season. The Board is responsible for dealing with the Ontario Federation of ATV Clubs (OFATV), all levels of government, the police, landowners, sponsors, communities and members.

DGATV’s Board of Directors meet at 7pm on the third Wednesday of every month excluding December.  The Dundalk Legion (Branch #285) is located at 109 Proton St. N. in Dundalk.  Other Volunteers, members and prospective members are welcome.

We have 9 Directors with two-year terms (4-5 split in alternate years).  If you are interested in becoming a Director you must be a member on record with DGATV for at least 3 months and stand at our annual general meeting (typically held in March).  The Directors vote for the President and Vice-President on an annual basis.

To find out more about our monthly meeting, keep an eye on our facebook page:  www.facebook.com/DGATV