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Off-Road Adventures -Manitoba

Where are the best spots to ATV in Manitoba? These are the best spots that we have found for ATV riding in Manitoba

Mossberry Lake

Take a look at this 20.2-kilometer trail near Division No. Twenty, Manitoba Mossberry Lake is a 71 hectare lake situated in the Duck Mountain Common Park. The lake is along the Manitoba Parks' minimally maintained Mossberry Lake ATV trail. Currently, the lake is most frequently accessed by snowmobile in the winter and ATV in the summer. Hikers and cyclists are also encouraged to use the trail during dry periods.

Provincial Trail 58

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Explore this loop trail with 29.5 kilometers near Richer, Manitoba. You won't run into many other people while exploring this trail, which is great for off-road driving, cross-country skiing, mountain biking, and cross-country skiing. Check out the trail map on ALLTRAILS HERE.

National Mills to Rice Creek Tower

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Explore this 77.6-kilometer out-and-back trail in the vicinity of Mountain (North) in Manitoba. You won't run into many other people while exploring this trail, which is ideal for off-road driving. Check out the trail map on ALLTRAILS HERE.

Swan River

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Duck Mountain Provincial Park is close to Swan River. There are no restrictions on ATV use in Duck Mountain Forest outside of the park boundaries. The upper dam route is especially popular. Within the park you can try the designated ATV trail, Mossberry, which is listed above.


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On your ATV, you can explore hundreds of kilometers near Woodridge, Manitoba. There is a staging area on Main Market Road for the 75-kilometer Little Big Foot Trail, which goes through Woodridge Provincial Park and has a loop. The Woodridge ATV Sandhogs keep it in top shape and offer a moderate level of difficulty.


ATV Gloves

Wide gravel trails and boreal forest in Porcupine Provincial Forest will delight any quadder. After exploring the trails, you can stop and rest for the night at one of the forty unserviced campsites, where you can get lost in the quiet, remote outdoors. You can have a picnic with your family and take a few photos at the lookouts. The Porcupine Provincial Forest is well-known for its fishing opportunities in addition to being a great quadding area. Walleye, perch, and northern pike are all catchable here.

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