Welcome to Nation Valley ATV Club - ATV Trails for Winchester, Ottawa South, North Grenville

The Nation Valley All-Terrain Vehicle Club (NVATVC) is an incorporated body representing the interests of ATV enthusiasts in District 1 of Eastern Ontario. Located just south of Ottawa, we have trails near Winchester, Hallville and South Mountain.

Ottawa Chapter

With the creation of a bylaw allowing ATVs on select roads in Osgoode Ward, NVATVC is expanding into the City of Ottawa! Trail building has already begun, and we hope to open the new trails soon.

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Nation Valley ATV Club

The Nation Valley All-Terrain Vehicle Club (NVATVC) is an incorporated body representing the interests of ATV enthusiasts in OFATV District 1.


North Grenville Chapter

In partnership with North Grenville, NVATVC is expanding to the West! Trail building is already under way with trails set to open this summer.

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Recent Updates

Ben’s Pioneer Parking Temporarily CLOSED

Ben’s Pioneer Gas Station is now full-speed ahead with their renovations. The gas station is open until September 25th; however, we are no longer able to park there to unload (the entire area is blocked off with gates), and ATVers are not able to access the gas station as of now from the trail (it dead ends inside of the gated area), so there is no reason to head into that trail as it does not get you anywhere.  As soon as we have a chance we’ll have trail closed signs put up at the dry and wet trails through there.  
There are still two gas stations on NVATVC’s trail system (Winchester Service Center — Francis Fuels & Rick’s Pioneer Gas Station in South Mountain) — you can find them on our map.
For those looking for a place to park and unload, we have been given permission to park at the Township of North Dundas building which has a large parking lot.  It is located at 636 St. Lawrence Street, Winchester, ON K0C 2K0
For this parking lot, turn right onto St. Lawrence, then either left or right onto Gypsy lane (depending on which direction you want to run the loop).   Please do not drive on the grass to access the trail, use the shoulder of the road.

Trails to Open May 27

It’s been a long, wet spring but we’re finally able to announce that trails will open on Saturday May 27!

Some areas are still wet. Please do your best to avoid damaging these areas, and watch for deep water.  Volunteers will be out taking the signs down and clearing any fallen trees on Saturday.

Update to Trail Closure

Due to the large amount of rainfall we will not be opening the trails in the next couple of weeks. Opening the trails in these wet conditions causes irreparable damage. We will monitor the conditions of the trails and will post any updates as soon as we have them.

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