Off-Road Adventures - Ontario
Where are the best ATV spots in Ontario? ATVing is an amazing way to see parts of Ontario that you can't see anywhere else. Find a tour with a guide, test your skills on various trail networks, and discover new routes. Some of the most thrilling trails on the continent can be found among the boreal forests, open fields and rock faces of the Canadian Shield in Ontario. Below is where you'll find some of the best places to take out your ATV in Ontario.
Algonquin West ATV Club maintains over 350km of trails on the west side of Algonguin Park that run from Huntsville to South River. As an associate Club to Haliburton ATV Association, it allows you to ride their trails, as well as Lake of Bays, North Hastings, Kawartha ATV Association and Quad Niagara Trails. This provides over 3000 kms of mapped trails to ride. Trail passes start at $20/day for those only visiting and a full season membership pass is only $125.
Haliburton ATV Association has one of the largest mapped trail systems in Ontario! HATVA Trails are around the Haliburton, Muskoka, Kawartha, Peterborough, Almaguin, and Madawaska regions. Trails vary from forest access roads to deep woods paths that are not for beginners. Don't forget your winch! Just like Algonquin West, trail passes start at $20/day for those only visiting and a full season membership pass is only $125. Memberships include access to over 90 kms of groomed trails exclusive to ATV/UTV's for winter riding which is a great bonus.
Temagami is a municipality in Northeastern Ontario just north of North Bay. There are organized trails in the area however, crown land and logging roads are scattered throughout, providing some fantastic riding. Check out my video blog of a trip crown land camping and ATVing in Temagami. CLICK HERE TO WATCH!
Algoma Country is an off-road enthusiast's dream area with a rugged landscape through beautiful wilderness. This is where you’ll find an amazing off-road adventure. From Sault Ste Marie there are a number of starting areas and trails that head to different destinations, including Echo Bay, Searchmont, Halfway Haven and beyond.
The Voyageur Multi-Use Trail System is a system featuring over 300 km of riding trails that connect to a network of over 4,000 km more. The trails have something for everyone, from easy riding for beginners to extreme difficulty for more experienced ATV Riders with mud holes and tricky terrain!