Where Can I Use It?

Ontario's Largest Trail system for ATVs!

ATVOntario offers thousands of kilometres of legal, well-managed trails thanks to our many partnerships with landowners. Our trail systems are mapped, well signed, insured and offer you worry-free self-guided riding. They are close to fuel, food and accommodation. Listed below are the 5 ATVOntario community nodes.
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Cochrane, Elliot Lake, Haliburton, Mattawa, Parry Sound

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COCHRANE

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Come and ride your ATV through the Northern Wilderness. Based out of Cochrane Ontario Bear Tracks ATV Tours provided guided tours using your ATV as a primary mode of transportation. Ride the streets of Cochrane, visit our Polar Bears at the Polar Bear Habitat & Heritage Village, or take a tour you won't regret.

If you are looking for a leisurely family ride or looking for an extreme mud filled trip we can take you where you want to go. The scenery is breathtaking... You may even see a bear or moose while on your ride.

Phone: (705) 272-4361
Website: atvontario.com/cochrane Email: JP.Ouellette@town.cochrane.on.ca

Contact: J.P. Ouelette


ELLIOT LAKE

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Elliot Lake – First Class Trails, World Class Experience!

Elliot Lake invites you to experience incredible ATV adventures; from scenic vistas to unexplored rock faces to pristine lakes, old growth forest and rolling hills.  Families, couples and riders of all skill levels are invited to travel through our richly diverse landscapes. More than 300 kms of ATV looped, signed, mapped and GPS designated trails in the Elliot Lake area link to everything from pristine lakes to hotels, restaurants, gas stations and even local dealerships.  The trail system is designed to accommodate both the seasoned and novice rider.

The following describes three of our runs; all 4 – 6 hours duration.

  • Prospectors Run  - Offers newbie riders a chance to improve their ATV prowess while immersed in pristine nature at it’s most sensational.  Riders will journey through a section of trail carved through the rock of the Canadian Shield.

  • Whiskey Lake Run – Offers the average Joe an opportunity to travel deep into the heart of Northern Ontario, along natural unpolished trails bordered by majestic lakes.  The Whiskey Lake run truly takes riders back to nature offering rugged, extreme wilderness for the aspiring hard-riding enthusiasts.

  • Boardwalk Run – Offers the extreme rider the opportunity to trek across rock beds amidst old growth forests.  The challenging and varied terrain will satisfy the appetites of the rugged, hard-riding enthusiasts.  The rock-bound landscape will test the skill of even the most extreme ATVer.

Phone: Elliot Lake Welcome Centre:1-800-661-6192

Website: atvontario.com/elliotlake Email: info@city.elliotlake.on.ca 


HALIBURTON

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Do you want to ride on endless ATV trails with a club that is active and serious about ATV recreation? Do you want an area that has exceptional trails signed, mapped & insured? Do you want to ride with responsible ATVers that know the trails and help each other out as a "brotherhood" of ATV riders? Do you want trail rides in truly deep woods wilderness conditions?
  • Over 2,000 kms of HATVA trails
  • Our trails are signed, mapped and insured for HATVA pass holders
  • Beginner, expert and intermediate trails
  • Ontario ATV Search & Rescue involvement
  • Covering Haliburton, Madawaska & North Muskoka regions
  • Full slate of ATV events and rides
  • Actively involved in everything ATV and related
Phone: (705) 455-9074
Website: http://www.haliburtonatv.com Email: admin@haliburtonatv.com

Contact: Eric Christensen, Haliburton ATV Association, RR#2 Comp.12
Minden, Ontario K0M 2K0

 


MATTAWA

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In Mattawa ride your ATV from your accommodation to the trailhead and then experience 300 kilometers of diverse trails.

The trail system is nestled between two small mountain ranges, the Algonquin Highlands and the Laurentian Mountains, and is bordered by the Mattawa and Ottawa Rivers. This site-seeing paradise with constantly changing terrain offers the bold ATV adventurer challenging rock climbs and wet muddy areas.

Of course, easy riding is also an option with trails meandering through majestic pines and cool valleys speckled with clear lakes and rivers. Welcoming accommodations and restaurants are easily accessible and fuel is readily available in town and on the trail. Immerse yourself in this scenic wilderness, all within an easy drive from Toronto and Ottawa.

Phone: 1-866-819-6888
Website: http://www.vmuts.com/ Email: info@vmuts.com 

Contact: Roger Janveaux, Voyageur Multi Use Trail System
 


PARRY SOUND GEORGIAN BAY

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Freedom Rocks!

Please note that the Park to Park Trail system (Georgian Bay/Parry Sound) no longer honours ATVOntario's PowerPass. ATVOntario continues to represent other products in this region including Spring Jam and Guided tours.  Please call for further details.

Only 2 hours north of the Greater Toronto Area straight up highway 400, Parry Sound is the closest ATV adventure wilderness for millions of Ontario residents.

The 30,000 islands of Parry Sound in Georgian Bay form the world's largest freshwater archipelago.

Here ATV Riders will pass by windswept pines, ancient rocky shores, international ports, and recreational waterways.

The main trail system in the Parry Sound/Georgian Bay area is our Park-to-Park Trail, an exciting 74 km route set within a natural paradise of lakes, rivers, forests, beaches, and the 2.5 billion-year-old granite of the Canadian Shield that come together to form a rich tapestry of Canada's natural, historical and cultural heritage.

Less than two hours north of Toronto, Parry Sound is a four-season destination that offers restaurants, fine hotels, or a night under the stars. Best of all, our trail systems provide riders with boundless freedom and a chance to explore the majestic Canadian Shield.

Phone: (705) 746-9481
Website: bearclawtours.com Email: aryeland@bearclawtours.com

Contact: Bear Claw Tours, Andrew Ryeland
35 Shoebottom Road, Seguin ON P2A 0B2

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