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About DGATV

Dufferin Grey ATV Club Inc. (DGATV) was incorporated as a not-for-profit club in December 2006. DGATV is a group of volunteers dedicated to bringing safe recreational family-oriented riding to the counties of Dufferin and Grey in Ontario, Canada. We would like to see ATV riding welcomed within our Townships for its recreational and economic benefits, and are working within Dufferin and Grey counties to achieve our goal.

We are associated with the Ontario Federation of ATV Clubs Inc. (www.ofatv.org). The OFATV is an Ontario-wide body dedicated to encouraging ATV use in Ontario. Club membership and permit fees support the development of a safe ATV trail network, the promotion of safe practices and the protection of the environment. The OFATV holds $15 million liability insurance on behalf of the land-owners that allow OFATV trails to cross their land.

Please note that snowmobile trails are not ATV trails.  The ATV clubs have separate land-owner agreements in place.  Please respect the terms of our agreements as posted en route so permission to use the trail is not jeopardized.

DGATV’s Board of Directors meet on the third Wednesday of every month excluding December.  The Dundalk Legion (Branch #285) is located at 109 Proton St. N. in Dundalk.  Members and prospective members are welcome.  Permits are typically available for purchase at this meeting.

Our Executive members are our most keen riders.  Get to know them and you will be well-involved with club operations and social events.  Also checkout our regular interactions on social media.

Mission Statement

Our club’s mission is to provide a safe, responsible, environmentally sound and enjoyable outdoor experience for our riders. In doing so, we will benefit both our riders and our local communities. We will promote the safe and responsible operation of All Terrain Vehicles (ATVs), protecting riders and non-riders alike. We will promote environmental awareness, protecting the natural resources we all want to enjoy. We will promote tourism, providing our riders with places of interest to visit and our communities with the economic benefits that result.