Welcome to the Ontario Federation of ATV Clubs

A group of clubs in Ontario, operated by volunteers, with the goal of providing safe, legal and sustainable trails across the province. Our staff and volunteers are constantly working with provincial government and municipalities, championing the rights of the ATV rider. We endeavour to help the general public understand that our members are a group of outdoor enthusiasts who respect other outdoor sports and are environmentally conscious. Joining an OFATV club gives you the opportunity to shape the future of our sport and the province wide trail system we’re building. Join a club, get involved, & go riding!

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Ontario Federation of ATV Clubs

A not-for-profit ATV Organization for ATV Clubs in Ontario Why the OFATVTrail Permits


June 2nd, 3rd & 4th – Ompah, Ontario
Will be an exciting and fun filled weekend. The event begins on Friday evening at the “Meet & Greet”. Saturday morning the entire membership will gather for a Round Table discussion; and an afternoon ATV ride on the beautiful trails of Ompah. Saturday evening there will be a night ride and campfires. Sunday morning, we will be holding the OFATV’s Annual General Meeting.

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Help prevent the spread of Invasive Species

In Ontario, there are rules to prevent and control the spread of invasive species in the natural environment. They’re set out in Ontario’s Invasive Species Act. As an off-road enthusiast you can do your part by cleaning your ATV or ORV free of soils before your next ride. Nanotech Environmental can help with Zoom Concentrated Cleaner… it’s powerful, it’s versatile and it’s environmentally friendly!

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Bill 100

Are you a land owner? Are you worried about Bill 100 and what it means to you?

Recently there has been discussion in the media regarding the use of easements to secure trails. The Ontario Federation of ATV Clubs does not have any intention of utilizing easements we prefer rather to use the traditional land use agreement process which has, and continues to serve landowners and clubs well.

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ATVs and Side by Side Off-Road Vehicles pump $974M into Ontario Economy

Toronto – An independent economic impact study completed by Smith Gunther Associates Ltd., on behalf of the Canadian Off-Highway Vehicle Distributors Council (COHV) reported that in 2015 Ontario residents spent $974 million on activities directly involving the operation of All Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) and recreational off-highway vehicles (ROVs) also known as side by sides.

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OFATV & NBATVF Reciprocal Agreement

The Ontario Federation of ATV Clubs and the New Brunswick ATV Federation announce a reciprocal agreement for their members to share trail access between provinces.

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Provincial Trail Map

Would like to know where the OFATV club’s trails are? You can view them on our online map.

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Municipal Bylaws

Where can I legally ride my ATV or SxS along a roadway? What are the laws for my municipality?

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Club Events

Want to know when the next trail ride is or when the next club event is? Check out the club calendar of events.


Driver Training

You’ve purchased your new ATV and want to learn how to operate it safely. What is the next step?

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Drive Safe Ride Safe

When it comes to alcohol consumption, the laws that apply to motorized vehicle operation on trails or crown land are the same as the operation of any vehicle on the road.

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