The Ontario Federation of ATV Clubs (OFATV) is pleased to offer reciprocal riding agreements with the New Brunswick All-Terrain Vehicle Federation (NBATVF) and Prince Edward Island ATV Federation (PEI ATV).
Each agreement recognizes the annual trail permits/memberships from the other province’s club making travel in each jurisdiction easier and less expensive.
This means an OFATV permit holder can ride in both New Brunswick and PEI at no extra charge.
Additionally the OFATV welcomes permitted riders from New Brunswick and PEI on OFATV trails.
Link to NB OFATV press release (.pdf) from June 3, 2016.
Link to PEI OFATV press release (.pdf) from December 22, 2017.
Additionally, OFATV members can ride in Quebec for a special $100 “top up” permit. Click here to buy the special interprovincial access permit.
DGATV is pleased to announce that the Harkaway Forest Tract is open to straddled bikes effective June 27, 2020.
Harkaway Forest is east of the Robson Road trail and is owned by Grey County. Parking is located off the Townline just north of Markdale.
Side-by-sides are not permitted on Grey County owned properties so please continue to use the marked bypass trails (hang tight SxS owners … we present your case to Council in a few weeks!)
A nature trail through hardwoods and evergreens, this 2-km multi-use trail is used by hikers, horseback riders; ATVs in the summer, and snowmobiles in the winter.
Harkaway Forest is open to hunters at certain times of the year.
For ATVs, Harkaway Forest trail opens mid-June (after accommodating the wild turkey hunt) to October 15th (or snow, whatever comes first).
Riders, please respect our landowner agreement in the use of this forest. Your participation is crucial in keeping this tract available to us.