COATV is excited about the expansion of the trail system for this upcoming season. COATV has been working hard with the County of Simcoe and the Local Municipalities to expand the availability of the All-Terrain Vehicles access on our roadways and in Simcoe County....
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 meetings to online.
Wednesday, July 8, 2020 @7:00pm.
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Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the constantly changing updates and directives from all levels of government, Central Ontario ATV Club along with the OFATV, is hereby taking proactive measures to support any and all efforts to reduce the spread of this virus.
Central Ontario ATV Club has been working with our landowners, stakeholders, and all levels of government. We are happy to announce that COATV trails will open on Wednesday, May 13th, 2020, and that’s only 5 days later than last year.
Not all trails may be open right away on May 13th, as restrictions has delayed trail work, but we are confident that most COATV trails will be open, please check your QuadON app or www.QuadON.ca for trail status on which trails are open – know before you go!
Want to Join Our Club?
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.
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4 hours ago by Central Ontario ATV ClubAn update on the Top up Permit for QuebeQuad from the OFATV Office.
2 days ago by Central Ontario ATV Club6 years ago. Wow we have achieved so much since than. The trails system is so much bigger. We are connected to 3 other clubs under the OFATV. We have gotten so many bylaws passed and updated. Still fun to watch the old video and remind our self how far we have come. Remember to thank a volunteer next time you see them on the trails and support progress for our sport.
4 days ago by Central Ontario ATV ClubWe have received several reports of ATV's riding off trail in county forests.
If you are not on a marked trail (yellow triangle signs), you are trespassing and can be charged.
Please stay on designated trails.
We work very hard to have and keep access to the County forest, these actions can cause loss of trails.