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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....
Did you know that Side by Sides and ATVs with tracks are not allowed on any roads in Ontario as per the provincial regulations? ATV stops being an ATV as soon as you put tracks on it. At least as per the legislation as it is right now. It's all about definitions in...
Each year the proceeds that the COATV collects from the 2 boat launches that they maintain in Wasaga Beach, (Klondike & Nancy Island @ Beach 1) are donated to the local food bank At the December 4, 2019 monthly meeting, COATV donated $1300 to the Wasaga Beach...
Get out those daytimers...and make sure you reserve the following dates for our 2020 rides. Sunday May 17 Victoria Day Fun RideWildman Trail, Tiny Township Sunday June 7th Fun Ride Clubhouse, Wasaga Beach Saturday June 20th Father’s Day Ride Clubhouse Wasaga Beach...
Join our AGM on April 23th 2017 from 11AM to 3PM at the clubhouse. We will have information about out club and what is new on the trails followed by elections to our Board of directors. After that we will enjoy a little BBQ together.
On April 30, 2015 we hit a great mile stone of 300 members. We love our members and are very happy to serve you all. Join our meetings and come out to hear what we are all about. Volunteer a few hours every year and help with a project.
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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.