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

Ride For Dad Success

Thank you to everyone who supported our 5th annual Ride for Dad event.  With the support of our land owners, community and 299 registered riders we were able to raise $76,000 for prostate cancer research and awareness this year, which makes this the largest ATV charity event in Canada.  It means a lot to us as a club to see this kind of support for a cause we feel strongly about and to be able to contribute to our community by hosting this event.  Make no mistake – the club hosts the event but it’s the participants and community support that makes it a success.  Thank you all for your contributions.

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Trail are Groomed

Volunteers were out this weekend and groomed the full loop.  Trails are in excellent condition for winter riding.

Please remember to dress appropriately and take extra safety precautions to prepare for the cold temperatures.

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Trails are Open!!

Let the good times roll. Trails are open again for the winter season. The trail between Loughlin Ridge Road and Shaw Road is still currently closed, please use the signed by-pass around (using Boundary Road). Be safe! Volunteers will be around the loop this weekend to inspect for hazards (downed trees bridges that require attention), so tread lightly and be cautious.

Trail Status:

ALL TRAILS ARE OPEN

Detailed Trail Status

 

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