Club News & Updates

Your Permit is valid for 365 days. Buy Today!

 

Buy Your Permit at:

Your Permit allows you to ride PEI, NS and NB

Event Calendar

No event found!
casi ATV Rider  Safety training  – July 25

casi ATV Rider Safety training – July 25

Central Ontario ATV Club is working with QuadTraining.ca to offer our riders the opportunity to partake in a CASI ATV Rider Safety Training course on July 25th, 2021. The course will be held on at JT Powersports in New Lowel. Everyone will gain from taking this...

The Great Canadian COATV Challenge

The Great Canadian COATV Challenge starts July 1st and runs till August 8th 2021. Pull out your Red and White and go on a trail hunt for some Canadian Treasures.  What is the Great Canadian COATV Challenge?COATV has placed 20  placards on the ATV trails in Simcoe...

COATV VOLUNTEER OF YEAR- BRUCE CARTER

This year the COATV Board nominated Bruce Carter as OFATV Volunteer of the year.  Bruce Carter has been a valued member of COATV for many years now. About 4 years ago Bruce  took on a bigger role in the Club and join the Trail Warden Team.  For many of you that know...

COATV’s Cleaning UP our Trails Challenge

COATV 2021 Clean Up Challenge. Bring a Garbage Bag out and help clean up our trails. Post a picture on COATV talk, tag your work party in the post and add #Coatv #CleanTrails #KeepSimcoeClean and your names will be entered into a draw for some great prizes. We will be...

2021 Riding Season opens May 1st for COATV

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...

THANK YOU FOR YOUR DEDICATION TO THE SPORT OF ATV

    THANK YOU FOR YOUR DEDICATIONS TO THE SPORT OF ALL TERRAIN VEHICLES COATV would like to thank the following board members for their time served on the COATV Board of Directors John Broderick is one of the founding members of the COATV club and held the...

Follow Us on Facebook @COATVclub

  • NEWS
  • 1 day ago by

    Good morning ATVers,
    - December 5th, International Volunteer Day -
    On this beautiful morning we would like to thank our volunteers for your involvement. All of you, each in your own way, according to your abilities and availability, have contributed to the success of Central Ontario ATV Club. The club would not exist without all your dedication.
    A big thank you to all of you and we look forward to meeting you on the trails.
    THANK YOU!
    THANK YOU!
    THANK YOU!
  • 4 days ago by

    A great article about County of Simcoe forestry. The County is a great partner with all kind of different recreational user groups which include our group. This is great work and an amazing success story. Remember to use designated ATV trails only with permit. See http://QuadON.ca for OFATVs province wide trail system and current trail status.
  • 6 days ago by

    Make sure to go to the original post and comment
  • 1 week ago by

    New logging operations areas in the Hendrie Forest along Nursery Road, please respect signage and stay away. New logging operations in the South Barr Forest(Oro-Medonte).
    Please respect signage and stay away from the live logging operations.
  • 2 weeks ago by

    Last night a few of us went to the Wasaga Beach Ministerial Food Bank, we presented them with a donation for $4000.00 from the proceeds we collect from the boat launches we look after in Wasaga Beach. All the proceeds from the 2 boat launches are donated to the local food bank.
  • 3 weeks ago by

    Special thanks to our volunteers James, Alain, Gord, Bruce & Shane for their hard work. It took 2 days but trail 12 & 387 stumps have been painted and the stump grinder contractors will be starting the grinding process next week.
  • 3 weeks ago by

    Trail 15 had to be re-routed to avoid a sensitive area of the forest.
    Please respect the trail closed signs and stay away from the posted area.
    QuadON has been updated to show the new trail.
    Thanks, COATV.