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Algonquin West ATV
North Hastings ATV
 
  • 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
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  • 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!

* Please Note - We Do NOT Rent Atvs *

Here's What All Terrain Vehicle Magazine Recently Wrote About HATVA

Group Ride   "ATV owners interested in an exceptional place to ride should check out the Haliburton ATV Association website. This club is among the most active and well organized groups in Canada. Take for example the scope of the HATVA trail system: 3000km of marked, signed and mapped trails cover an area that includes the regions of Muskoka, Madawaska, Peterborough, Kawartha and Haliburton County. Newly sanctioned associate member, the Algonquin West ATV Club increases HATVA catchment to include Near North Tourist jurisdictions north all the way to Sundridge Ontario. What this all means is this: You can unload your ATV, affix a HATVA membership to it and ride from destination to destination enjoying great trails. And these trails actually go somewhere - to hotels, restaurants and dealers. There's only one integrated system in Canada bigger than the HATVA system and that's the FCQC in Quebec. To get this kind of trail system south of the border you need to venture to Hatfield McCoy Trails in West Virginia. Don't just take our word for it. We ride HATVA trails all season (it's where our Canadian offices are located). Come and find out for yourself what a real ATV touring excursion looks like."

HATVA Trails ATV Riders Note: Only HATVA, ATVOntario Power Pass & KATVA memberships and passes work on HATVA trails. OFATV, EOTA, the so called TTNGold passes DO NOT WORK ON HATVA TRAILS OR KATVA TRAILS OR ON ANY ATVONTARIO TRAIL - BUYER BEWARE

HATVA is now accepting Visa & MasterCard membership and renewals by telephone. Call Eric at 705-455-9074 If you are an existing member renewing all you will need is your name and address and details of changes in insurance and ATV's. If you are requesting a new membership have your ATV insurance info handy.

HATVA Membership Rates
HATVA has adjusted its rates annually to reflect the income required to maintain the extensive trail system. We started at $140. Reduced to $120. Then $95. When the Government introduced HST we decided to price our pass at $100. Taxes in this reduced the pass price to about $86.00 this was to low so we are now increasing the pass to $110. Taxes inc. still less than $100. This latest price change will be effective January 1, 2011.

HATVA will also continue to offer day, weekend and weekly temporary passes at last year's rates. These to can be ordered right off this site or purchased at local retailers in the Haliburton area.

Adventure Trail CD & Workbook Safety Training
HATVA has the interactive Adventure Trail CD and Workbook available FREE for youngsters and parents who want to learn about ATV safety and trail etiquette. Colour cartoons were drawn by local Haliburton artist Robert VanNood. We will send this out with all new family memberships. If you want to trigger a copy now simply send an email with request to admin@haliburtonatv.com

FYI ATVOntario Power Pass works on all HATVA trails but it does not work on the KATVA rail trail below Kinmount. KATVA pass works on all HATVA trails (except Haliburton Forest winter trails) but does not work on Power Pass trails in Parry Sound, Mattawa, Elliot Lake & Cochrane.

HATVA IS:

  • All volunteer - non for profit
  • An ATVOntario member association
  • Over 1,700km of HATVA Ontario ATV trails
  • Our trails are signed, mapped and insured for HATVA and associated club member riders
  • 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!

We have successfully lobbied all the Municipalities and County Council to open all the Municipal roads in Haliburton County. Please obey the Highway traffic act including max 50 km/hr, no 2up and 2 wheels on gravel side of road.

Do you want to ride on endless ATV trails with a club that is active and serious about atv recreation? Do you want a club that has real trails signed, mapped & insured? Do you want to ride with responsible atvers that know the trails and help each other out as a "brother/sisterhood" of ATV riders? Do you want trail ride in truly deep woods wilderness conditions and learn riding techniques and search & rescue? If you're serious about atving Haliburton ATV Association would seriously like to have YOU as a member. We have trails for all levels - beginners to expert. We have an active trail gardening program and excellent community relations. All roads are open In Haliburton County to allow easy access to trail.

We are constantly developing new trails and MNR approved bridge construction. It's all fun. Come on in and have a look around the site!

Haliburton ATV Association promotes responsible ATV use on crown land, municipal and private land trails during the spring, summer and fall.

Haliburton rugged terrain and scenic natural wilderness makes the region ideal for your ATV trail adventure. Our bylaws define the clubs limitations, intent and operation.

Haliburton ATV Association believes trails are important economic and environmental resources that have to be sustained to assure our communities economic future and quality of life.

Our club was formed so that ATV enthusiasts can enjoy the beauty of area trails. Equally important are the prospects of ATV trail touring and positioning the recreation sport politically and economically in the community. One of the clubs mandates is to work closely with all the other area trail organizations including our local snowmobile clubs that dedicates much effort to maintaining area trails. HATVA is responsible for signing, clearing and bridge replacement on many trails including snowmobile trails. Last but not least we feel education towards responsible ATV use is paramount to the future of Atving.

If you want to ride in Haliburton - please support our club so we can support you!

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