Dufferin Grey ATV Club (DGATV) is pleased to announce the limited opening of our trails effective Sunday, May 17, 2020.
**** UPDATE: May 21st — Thanks to the great work of our Trail Wardens Dufferin C.P. Rail Trail (Dundalk to Orangeville) is open under a caution. There are trail repairs taking place behind the Shelburne school north of Hwy 89, also construction just below Victoria St. at Dundalk. Please obey cautions in these two areas. Be prepared to stop. Follow instruction from workers to get by. Shelburne parking lot is now open!
Our Wardens and trail maintenance crews have worked with limited time to inspect the trails, clearing winter debris and changing over from OFSC snowmobile signage. Wardens will continue to be present on the trails to ensure any maintenance and safety issues are addressed.
DGATV hereby announces that limited trails are open.
Exceptions – remaining closed are:
Grey Highlands Sideroad 10B (use bypass route)
Harkaway Forest – opens mid-June (use bypass route)
Walter’s Falls Tract
All scenic areas (waterfalls and rest stops) controlled under Parks and Conservation Authorities remain closed. Please adhere to the notices as posted.
Side-by-sides are welcome on DGATV’s trails except for County owned properties of C.P. Rail Trail and Harkaway Forest. Side-by-sides are NOT permitted on those two trails.
Limited parking is available at Dundalk and Markdale parking lots only.
Shelburne parking remains closed.
Use side by side by-pass routes (blue signs) to avoid the C.P Trail from both open parking areas. Please follow the by-route to access and return to/from the main trails.
Note that the Province of Ontario has not lifted the state of emergency although restrictions are being eased. We therefore ask that you limit your group to 5 participants and continue to adhere to social distancing measures (stay 2 metres away from others in public).
Understand that due to the pandemic response normal services from permit sellers, restaurants, gas stations, mechanics, accommodations, etc. may be curbside only or may not be available so research before you ride.
DGATV recommends that you ride with a friend and ensure that someone else knows where you are going and when you are expected to return.
Riding hours are sunrise to sunset.
An OFATV/DGATV trail pass is required. You must be a member in good standing to ride our trails. Passes and 3-day passes are available online or at open vendors.
See our website www.dgatv.ca for membership and permit information.
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