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.

About NVATVC

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

Trails are OPEN!

With the last day of gun hunting for deer over, the trails have reopened.

Today we got out first accumulation of snow.  Rest assured that club volunteers are busy preparing the grooming equipment for another busy year of winter trail riding.

Trails Closed for Hunting

All Nation Valley ATV Club trails are closed for two weeks during deer hunting.  Many of our trails are on private property where land owners hunt deer for two weeks each fall.  To respect our generous land owners, and for your safety, please obay the trail closures.  Trails will open again on November 17th.

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New Ottawa Trail

President Dave Baker helping cut new trails in Ottawa.

President Dave Baker helping cut new trails in Ottawa.

Twelve volunteers were out this morning cutting open another road allowance to connect sections of the new Ottawa trail expansion.  This beautiful wooded section will be a great addition to the trails.  If you’re interested in helping expand the trails into the Osgoode/Greely area, please let us know at info@nvatvc.org.

Trail Status:

ALL TRAILS ARE CLOSED FOR SPRING THAW

Detailed Trail Status

 

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