All COATV Managed Trails will be open May 1, 2021
Check your QuadON app or map before heading out
for up to date trail status.
Central Ontario ATV Club trails will be available for use in accordance with COVID-19 public health measures and with the permission of our Landowners from May 1, 2021. We recommend that you refer to QuadOn.ca when planning your trip as we are unable to open all...
Club meetings are held the first Wednesday of the month 7PM usually held at the COATV Club House at 1888 Klondike Park Road, Wasaga Beach.
Due to COVID restrictions, we have moved the meeting back to online. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for the link
May 5 @7:00pm via online.
COATV AGM April 18th 10am,
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As a member of the Ontario Federation of All-Terrain Vehicles (OFATV), you are helping to shape the future of ATVing in Ontario.
Through your membership dollars, you are contributing to the creation and maintenance of trails across the province. You’re also contributing to increased access for ATVs and helping to protect your right to continue enjoying ATVing in Ontario in the future.
As a member of the Central Ontario ATV Club you have access to thousands of kilometers of trails across Ontario. Through reciprocal agreements, you can also ride other provinces trails, including New Brunswick ATV Federation, Nova Scotia, & P.E.I. You also have the option to top up your pass for $100 and have access to 30 000 km in Quebec.
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3 weeks ago by Central Ontario ATV ClubLets make it happen. Please take the time and answer this survey and email the township requesting ATV/ORV access to be included.
4 weeks ago by Central Ontario ATV ClubALL TRAILS ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED UNTIL THE BEGINNING OF MAY.
We are getting several reports of atv's riding in the Simcoe County Forests, riding on closed trails is trespassing, please do not ride on closed trails.
The police will be patrolling the trails and laying charges to anyone out.
We are having a very difficult time trying to justify trail expansion when riders don't respect the rules.
Again we would like to thank the majority of our members who do respect the trail closures.
5 weeks ago by Central Ontario ATV ClubAs per our landowners request all the trails are currently closed for the Spring thaw. Depending on the weather, we hope to open at the beginning of May sometime. Thank you to all our members that respect the trails closures, we are very thankful for your patience. Riding on closed trails is trespassing and there will be zero tolerance, permit or not tickets will be issued, $215 fine including fees. For up to date trail status please check the QuadON app or map, http://www.QuadON.evtrails.com Please respect the trails, it's a privilege to have them in our area.