ATV Trails Canada

ATV And Snowmobile Riding Trails Directory For Canada


ATV And Snowmobile Trails In Canada

Newfoundland & Labrador

  • Newfoundland Outdoor Adventures – We have a vast trail system consisting of thousands of miles of woods trails and logging roads and 870 kilometres (580 miles) of abandoned railway, now called the Newfoundland T’Railway. Our trail system runs through some of the wildest, most rugged, remote and most scenic country in Newfoundland. Our trail system will also take you through some of Newfoundland’s most scenic and friendliest towns.
  • Bay St. George ATV / Snowmobile Association  – Western Newfoundland offers some of the best snowmobiling in all of Eastern Canada. Whether you are going out with your family or friends for a pleasure ride on our well-marker trail system, hitting hills for some awesome boon docking, or if you are up for an exciting day of racing we can offer it all to you. On any given day you can see a variety of wildlife whether it be caribou, moose, etc. or breath taking scenery on top of Lewis Hills in the backcountry. When you snowmobile in Western Newfoundland you can be guaranteed some life long memories.
  • ATV Railbed Tours – You begin and end your journey in North Sydney Nova Scotia and the guides know the trail like the backs of their hands. Travel the old railbed for about 65% of the 950-km journey and the other 35 % on old logging roads and trails. Moose and caribou are seen on many occasions, along with the bear, fox, coyote and rabbits, with early morning or late the best times. Cross the Gaff and look out from the Topsail. Enjoy the best hospitality and scenery this country has to offer, excellent food.
Nova Scotia

  • J.K.Walker Rentals – At J.K.Walker Rentals we would like to offer you an adventure in beautiful Nova Scotia. We are located about 30 minutes from Halifax. Pick your motorcycle up from the Halifax Airport and It’s a quick trip to Cape Breton Islands Cabot Trail, and visit Cape Breton Highlands National Park. Try our awesome Kawasaki motorcycle rentals out for a day or for a week or more and feel what It’s like to hit the open road and let it take you where it may. Rent our comfy Viking tent trailers and have an adventure in one of Nova Scotia’s beautiful campgrounds either close to a city or miles from it. Get added to our waiting list to Join our Exotic Car Share featuring the Ferrari F355 Spider and drive a car that few people could ever dream of driving .
  • Trails Nova Scotia  – “Hit the trail” is an expression of fun and fitness for many Nova Scotians. Health and Wellness is proud to assist in developing trails and supporting many volunteer groups who are building trails throughout the province.
New Brunswick

  • New Brunswick All Terrain Vehicle website – Here you can access all you need to know about ATVing in New Brunswick: last-minutes ATV news, newsletters, dated information on our member clubs, as well as Federation accomplishments, posted by our President or General Manager.
  • The Province of New Brunswick Tourism site.  – Forget traditional routes and take the road less traveled. There’s nothing quite like a rugged ATV to explore New Brunswick’s vast territory and diverse terrain. Whether you crave remote countryside trails or scenic coastal landscapes, off-roading in New Brunswick brings an adventure at every turn. Take part in a guided adventure or simply head out on your own! Groomed trails can be found year round, which means your opportunities for exploration are endless. Enjoy the warmth of a summer day, the colourful scenery of autumn or the glistening white of a winter wonderland. No matter the season, an adventure on 4 wheels awaits!

  • Bonjour – ATVing in Québec is an experience you won’t forget! We have the largest network of trails in North America. You can ride on over 17,000 km (10,560 mi.) of well maintained and varied trails—half of them are accessible in the wintertime and half in the summertime. In addition, 10 000 km (6,210 mi.) of the trails are open all year round. Enjoy breathtaking scenery and adventure at every turn. Today, you can ATV through Québec’s countryside all year round! It all began in the early 1980s, when four-wheel all-terrain vehicles (also known as ATVs or quads) hit the trails, and access to Québec forests was suddenly transformed. Originally designed as utilitarian vehicles for farmers and hunting and fishing enthusiasts, ATVs have made tremendous inroads as recreational vehicles. Now, networks of trails cris-cross Québec, providing an organized infrastructure for riding. It’s no wonder ATVing has become one of the most popular and exhilarating tourist activities in Québec—the vehicles are easy to man oeuvre, practical and fun to ride. Many outfitters rent the vehicles and organize guided group expeditions. And don’t forget that most trails have relays, restaurants and lodging along the way.
  • SECURITOUR – Snowmobile and ATV in Quebec, Canada – Discover winter in Quebec with Sécuritour, the reference in snowmobile rentals. Located in the heart of Beauce, in the beautiful region of Chaudière-Appalaches, Sécuritour give the chance to nature lovers to live an unforgettable adventure. Rides without a guide, rides with guide, short rides and long rides, professional service, recent and reliable snowmobiles is what offers Sécuritour for nearly 20 years now.

  • Ontario Federation Of ALL Terrain Vehicle Clubs * – The voice for ATVers in Ontario with ATV Clubs across the province. Become a member or join in on a ride! A great, outdoor, family sport. The Ontario Federation of All-Terrain Vehicle Clubs (OFATV) is a not-for profit volunteer driven association that along with support staff provides resources to our member clubs so that together, we are able to strengthen the public’s perception and the position; that our clubs strive to provide responsible, safe, legal, and environmentally friendly trails, for riding all-terrain vehicles (ATVs & ROVs) in the province of Ontario.
  • The Ontario Trails Council (OTC)  – The Ontario Trails Council was established in 1988. We started as a coalition of trail user groups such as hikers, cyclists, snowmobilers and equestrians who shared an interest in trails and in the conservation of abandoned rail lines for use as trails. Membership also includes similar trail organizations and others with compatible interests and values. The OTC appreciates the volunteers who contribute their time to trails in Ontario.
  • Haliburton ATV Association – Ontario ATV Trails & Events. All volunteer – not for profit An ATVOntario member association Over 1700km of HATVA Ontario ATV trails Our trails are signed, mapped and insured for HATVA and associated club member riders Survey See us on Facebook Deep Woods Fastest growing ATV association in Ontario Ontario ATV Search & Rescue involvement Covering Haliburton, Kawartha, Madawaska, Peterborough & Muskoka regions Full slate of ATV events and rides Actively involved in everything ATV and related We put ATV riders first!
  • Haliburton Highlands Nordic Trails – The Haliburton Nordic Trails Association is a non-profit organization which, along with the Haliburton Ski Club, comprise a group of volunteers who are dedicated to the creation and preservation of quality cross-country trails in the Haliburton Highlands. The trail ticket you purchase supports efforts to keep the trails open and groomed.
  • ATVOntario – Ontario’s Guide to ATV Riding. Whether you are a seasoned rider or just a novice, ATVOntario offers great places to ride and a variety of terrain for an awesome experience every time.
  • Argyle Lake Lodge – Access to hundreds of miles of ATV trails that begin right from Argyle Lake Lodge. Trails vary to accommodate everyone from ATV beginners or the experienced rider. Pack a lunch and spend the day exploring the beautiful scenic northern wilderness.
  • Voyageur Multi Use Trail System (VMUTS) – Whether you’ve got an affinity for leisurely back-country tours or wicked mud runs the Voyageur Multi-Use Trail System delivers in peak form. Your adventure through the forest, up challenging climbs and over bridges will give you opportunity to take in fantastic views and intriguing attractions like the abandoned mica mine, a chilling thrill even on the hottest summer day. Mattawa and the surrounding townships have passed ATV-friendly by-laws allowing riders passage on local roads from their accommodations to the trail system without a trailer (single rider only – passengers are allowed only on the trail system). So grab your trail pass, insurance and ownership and enjoy!

  • ATV Assoc. of Manitoba – As early as 1998, the popularity of all-terrain vehicle riding exploded in Manitoba. With the number of registered ATVs in Manitoba increasing by an astounding 700% in the span of a decade, from 3150 in 1998 to 22,111 in 2008 (Source – originally posted at so too has media coverage and public scrutiny of the sport. Unfortunately, not all of this attention casts the sport in a positive light. Despite the presence of the Manitoba Off Road Vehicles (ORV) Act, a number of rural municipalities have implemented local restrictions or outright bans on ATV use. Recognizing the need for an official organization representing the interests of ATV enthusiasts, the All-Terrain Vehicle Association of Manitoba (ATVMB) was formed in 2009 with the primary goal of being recognized as the official liaison between the Manitoba Government and ATV users in Manitoba. This goal has been achieved. In order to help ATVMB provide you, the ATV enthusiast, with a stronger voice with the Manitoba Government and to continue to help support your fair and legal right to enjoy the sport of ATV riding, ATVMB urges you to get involved and support us by joining your local ATV club. A list of ATVMB sanctioned clubs is listed here on our website. We realize that as of the time of this writing there may be no club in your immediate area. If this is your situation, there are other options!

  • Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association – SPRA is a non-profit volunteer-based organization whose purpose is to promote, develop and facilitate parks and recreation opportunities throughout the province. We are recognized as the provincial umbrella organization representing parks and recreation in Saskatchewan and manage the Recreation Section of the Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund for Sport, Culture and Recreation. When you join SPRA you become an Active member of the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Infrastructure representing over 400 communities and partners province wide. SPRA provides a provincial voice allowing its members to promote and facilitate parks, recreation and leisure opportunities throughout Saskatchewan. SPRA is committed to representing not only its members but also the citizens of the province as a whole.
  • Saskatchewan Trails Association Website – The Saskatchewan Trails Association (STA) was officially incorporated in July 2004 with the mandate to promote the development and use of recreational trails throughout Saskatchewan. The creation of the Association was facilitated by S.P.R.A. and wholeheartedly supported by the Trans Canada Trail Foundation. The Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association (S.P.R.A.) concluded its administration of the Trans Canada Trail in Saskatchewan on June 30, 2004. Preceding that, an extended but enthusiastic process led stakeholders across the province to work on the development of a new provincial organization that would lead the Trans Canada Trail and other trail development across the province. Since its inception, the Saskatchewan Trails Association has been hard at work, developing its website, creating insurance policies for member trail associations, and actively promoting the STA’s membership. Most recently, it completed the province’s first ever strategic planning document for Saskatchewan trails.
  • Trails in Saskatchewan Provincial Parks – Saskatchewan provincial parks are home to a multitude of trails and paths, from interpretive trials that tell of the historical and environmental significance of the area to challenging biking and hiking trails, and snowmobile and cross-country ski trails in the winter. Interpretive trails are generally signed and shorter in nature, providing a great way for the whole family to reconnect with nature while learning about the environment, ecosystems and history of the area. Historic interpretive trials are a great way to learn about the history of the area, including the story of First Nations People and early settlers. The Rings, Ruts and Remnants trail at Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park will take you on a 2.5 km hike through an area that has historical significance as a natural crossing point on the South Saskatchewan River. At Fort Carlton Provincial Park, you can take a stroll along the Carlton Trail where you can still see the ruts left by Red River carts. Most parks have interpretive walking trails that allow you to explore the unique ecosystems the park is located in. At Good Spirit Lake Provincial Park, you can explore the sand dunes found along the southeast shore of Good Spirit Lake. Greenwater Lake Provincial Park has two interpretive trails, the Highbush Interpretive Trail and the Marean Lake Birding Interpretive Trail, both of which have received improvements over the past few years.

  • Alberta Outdoor Adventures – Have the time of your life on a guided All-Terrain Vehicle ride. Traverse hills and challenge mud holes on your ATV as we view and play in Alberta’s great Rocky Mountain wilderness playground. Whitewater Rafting and Horseback Trail Rides too… Half day, Full day, Multi-day, and Multi-activity adventures available.
  • Alberta TrailNet – Alberta TrailNet was formed in 1989 and celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2009. The Society was formed in recognition of the need for a more organized and comprehensive approach to trail development and use in Alberta. Over the years, provincial trail user associations and regional trail groups have joined Alberta TrailNet’s Board or become members, providing the opportunity for trail stakeholders to work together on issues of shared concern within the recreational trail community.
British Columbia

  • Whistler ATV – Enjoy a leisurely pace on this introductory tour. This tour combines spectacular backcountry scenery on gently graded forest trails. Great for timid first timers.  1-604-932-6681
  • Okanagan ATV Tours – From wonderfully scenic to downright dirty, we offer every level of ATV enjoyment. Whether you are a beginner wanting an easy ride or an expert looking for a challenge, or you classify yourself somewhere in between, Okanagan ATV Tours offers you a wide variety of great trails, great scenery, great fun!!! Two Hour ATV Tours We offer Two-hour ATV tours, Four-hour ATV tours and Eight-hour ATV tours. Looking for something to do for a corporate function, family outing, birthday party, or simply a friendly get-together? Why not come enjoy the great outdoors in the beautiful Okanagan Valley with Okanagan ATV Tours!   1-250-878-9068
  • Toby Creek Adventures – Snowmobile, Dogsled and ATV Tours – Located at the western edge of the Canadian Rockies near Invermere, BC, we have hundreds of kilometers of beautiful forest and mountain trails suitable for complete beginner to experienced ATV riders. Toby Creek Adventures offers ATV tours to suit all ages and abilities. ATV Rentals ATV Tours Never ridden an ATV before? No problem! Most of our guests are first-timers or novice riders. Our experienced and professional guides will provide you with a full safety briefing and instruction prior to departure. There is ample opportunity to practice your riding skills and become familiar with the machine before we head out. We ride at a leisurely pace and you will never have to ride any faster than you wish or on terrain that exceeds your comfort level. Our goal is to provide you with a safe, memorable and highly enjoyable experience. Our ATV tours are comfortable scenic wilderness experiences that are suitable for all members of the family and all ages and experience levels. We use ATVs as a fun method of transport to access beautiful places with plenty of time to stop for photographs. Our mountain trails are well formed and easy grade back-country roads that overlook the mighty Columbia River, Kootenay and Banff National Parks. You will experience traveling in style on a snow-capped mountain with cascading waterfalls, 600 year-old growth forest, stream crossings, opportunities to view wildlife (bears, moose, deer, hoary marmots, columbian ground squirrels, ravens and more). You can even try your hand at gold panning in a wild mountain stream just like the early explorers who first discovered the Paradise Mine. Our trips are truly unique and guaranteed to be a one of a kind experience! No other ATV tour company can offer you the same experience.
  • – The goal of this website is to promote all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), to serve as a forum and support network for ATV and SxS owners throughout British Columbia, to encourage responsible riding, and to assist and educate new riders. Our passion is ATV and SxS riding, and we spend much of our time riding, working on, and thinking about our machines. Our members come from all walks of life, and range in age from about 5 years old to well past retirement. We ride utility quads, sport quads, and side-by-sides. Some of us enjoy the scenic trails, taking in the views or learning about the area’s history. Some of us use our ATVs to get to our favourite fishing spots or game trails. Some of like to play in deep, sticky mud or endless sand dunes, perhaps an extension of our inner child struggling to be remembered. Some of us thrive on hard-core and technical trails, where seemingly insurmountable obstacles are just another challenge to test rider and machine. Some of us race on closed-course tracks, pitting rider and against rider, while going for the prize and the bragging rights. Some of us use our ATVs for work, and while that might seem boring compared to the recreational opportunities that abound in British Columbia, there’s nothing wrong with getting paid to ride. And of course, some of us do all or a combination of the above. But we’re not just about riding! Some of our members are involved with land-use issues, trail maintenance, and other important activities. We hold the annual Province-wide Trail Clean-up, and support charitable efforts such as the Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau through our Christmas Toy Drive. has been online since May 12, 200

  • Yukon Wild – Experience Yukon wilderness with the experts When you don’t have the time or ability to explore the wilderness under your own steam, consider a motorized trip on an all-terrain vehicle or from behind the wheel of a 4X4 SUV. Utilizing established backcountry roads, your guides will safely navigate you to areas made for the panoramic function of your point and shoot camera. With a picnic in hand, and interpretation along the way your guide will have you enchanted with the Yukon and its entire splendor. You will be thankful that wild places like this still exist in the world and sorry you will have to leave it so soon.

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