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HUNTING SEASON IS HERE!

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WE ASK THAT YOU YOU LEAVE THE TRAILS FOR THE

HUNTERS BUT IF YOU HAVE TO GO, BE CAREFUL!

 Hunting for deer begins October 1st using a bow and November 2nd through to

November 15th for rifle,Moose is October 24th to 30th for rifle.

The bow season continues on to December 15th. With hunt camps , crown land and private property

seemingly without clear boundaries in some areas, the rule is, IF YOU DON’T KNOW, DON’T GO.

For those of us that continue on our ATV adventures during this season, wearing orange vests is a good idea

and prepare for increased vehicle and pedestrian traffic on the trails. Be aware, be safe.


There has been an alarming increase in trespassing in our area in the recent weeks and continues to take place.
Our off-road community needs to take full responsibility for staying on marked, routed and permitted trails.
Some are using snowmobile mapping to navigate their off-road tour, this is irresponsible and against the law.
Permissions that have been granted to Algonquin West ATV Club, aren’t necessarily identical permissions granted to local snowmobile clubs.
There has been cut locks, gates smashed down and trespassing as a result.
Our local community and residents have been incredibly co-operative and accommodating for over a decade and many are now giving second thoughts of their patience and generosity.
This trespassing and damage to private property is a disgusting reality our community and ATV Club are not going to tolerate as a representation of those of us that appreciate the work and permissions we’ve had the privilege to enjoy for so many years. No excuses. There is a downloadable map on our website and several local businesses with maps available to anyone that wants one.
We respect the community in which we ride. No excuses. There are too many responsible respectful riders to have these few trespassers ruin the integrity of what the rest of us have built.
There is enough trail within the 400 kms of ours and the other adjoining hundreds of klms outside Kearney to never trespass at any point.
AWATV Club Directors
WINTER RIDING!

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Our affiliate Club, Lake of Bays ATV Club is gearing up for our 4th season with winter ATV trails.

We are adding one more groomed winter trail and 6 ungroomed winter trails.

Winter ATV trail pass is $50 , your Lake of Bays ATV annual pass includes the winter pass.

ATV and SxS with tracks are highly recommended as tracks give youaccess to groomed and ungroomed trails, Tracks also do a lot less damage to the groomed trails .

The incredible sights are here and Sand Lake shots like these from

Edgewater Park Lodge prove that every year is as spectacular as the last!

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MARK YOUR CALENDAR, 2021 RALLY WILL BE MAY 1, 2021!


Important Notice!

Trail 28 is CLOSED!

 for the rest of the year, due to logging activities!

Also, we are posting a warning at this time for Trail 42 and Forest

Tower Road, as logging trucks and large equipment in the area and are using these frequently, due to active logging.

TRAILS ARE OPEN!

Please follow all Covid-19 social / physical

distancing rules put in place by our Government!


Here are a few rules to Follow!

1. Maintain physical distance of 6 feet.

2. Group rides of 10 or more are prohibited.

3. Must have updated yearly pass or day pass.

4. Make sure you have hand sanitizer on your bike.

5. Must respect trail patrol on the trail.


Buy your Membership Pass at

Fetterley’s Garage, Rickwards Small Motors,

Edgewater Park Lodge and Online Only!

until the pandemic is over!


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