ATVing in Ontario is all about leaving a world of frenzy and congestion behind and exploring a wilderness so remarkable that it attracts visitors from hundreds, often thousands of miles away… year after year.
ATV Friendly Communities
Trails pass through a number of communities that offer a wide variety of supplies, services and accommodations. Hit the trails and a whole gamut of activities awaits you, from hiking or fishing to a quiet walk to a scenic lookout. A number of communities across Ontario have developed planned trail systems with unique touring opportunities.
For a real remote adventure, head north of the 50th parallel. Ride the rails, trails and rivers in Cochrane, where the Little Bear train transports you and your ATV to the beginning of a ride that includes a visit to an authentic Cree village, dining in a Teepee around an indoor campfire and canoe trip down the mighty AbitibiRiver to an old Hudson Bay trading post.
Looking for something less remote? Travel to Parry Sound, less that two hours north of Toronto, where you can experience that magnificence of the 30,000 Islands, windswept pines and a trail experience that spans ten communities.
Lodges and Outfitters
You’ll find a variety of lodges, motels and housekeeping cottages throughout Ontario that offer accommodations and a variety of ATV experiences.
In Ontario wildlife abounds in the forests and wetlands. A surprise awaits you around each corner. Be it old growth pine forest, a bald eagle’s tree top nest or the clear, fresh water of a spring fed stream as it tumbles to its rest in one of many lakes or rivers that dot the province. The varied terrain offers something for every one whether they are an expert or a novice trail rider.
For more information on ATVing in Ontario, check the listings on this website or contact ATV Ontario at www.atvontario.com