ATV Temagami Ontario
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regarding a great cottage experience in Temagami. A reminder to book early as
these cottage accommodations book up fast.
We are a family owned and operated
cottage resort in northern Ontario.
ATV Temagami Fun - ATV Vacation
Experience an Ontario Adventure - ATV Vacations
The sport of All Terrain Vehicles in Ontario is
growing fast. Temagami and Marten River are becoming one of the most popular
ATV trail destinations in the north. The ATV trailers and ATV Clubs are moving
farther north each year bringing ATVers that would prefer to spend a
weekend or a week in the area and get right in to exploring what the region has
Our resort is situated in an excellent Ontario trail
area - a perfect year-round setting for ATV and snowmobile excursions. We are
located just minutes away from the town of Temagami.
Check out the LINKS page for some of the
ATV-friendly accommodations Many businesses in the area also have ATV trail
maps available. Plan your ATV holiday to explore some trails and bring your All
Terrain for wilderness ATV adventures. ATVing in Ontario is a fast growing
sport, which is becoming more popular every year.
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The Perfect Vacation Getaway!
Guided ATV Adventure Tour - Toronto, Ontario Canada
Let the excitement
begin! Feel the exhilaration, and appreciate the beauty of nature with our
guided ATV Adventure Tours - a dynamic way to experience the great outdoors!
Located just forty minutes east of Toronto - this is one vacation experience
you won't want to miss!
the Outback ATV Club, we are working to create and maintain a safe multi-use
trail network in Southern Ontario. Our membership includes people from
Bowmanville, Cobourg, Lindsay, Peterborough and the Durham Region
Tours" are operated by R&S Tours based in Elliot Lake. We have been
operating successful guided snowmobile tours in Ontario since 1995 and ATV
Tours since 1999. We offer tours over some of the most spectacular wilderness
in Northern Ontario.
Haliburton Highlands is a unique part of Ontario for ATV enthusiasts. Its
rugged Canadian Shield terrain is one of the most popular destinations in
Ontario for all types of trail users. However much of Haliburton County is
rarely visited, since most of Haliburton consists of deep forest which is
relatively inaccessible, other than by ATV or snowmobile. Haliburton's diverse
ATV trails include two of the most scenic abandoned rail trails in Ontario as
well as some of the gnarliest rock, stump, mud, and log-strewn ATV trails in
Ontario Federation of
All Terrain Vehicle Clubs This site is designed to provide information on
recreational ATVing throughout the Province. ATVing in Ontario is growing by
leaps and bounds, and this site will grow with it - so be sure to keep on
checking back for updates.
Come and experience one of Ontario's most awesome and memorable ATV
experiences! A centurys worth of logging trails through beautiful forests
and over rocky landscape are now accessible thanks to the Haliburton ATV
Association. ATV use is restricted to Crown Land trails and although there are
hundreds of acres of Crown Land here, it's dotted with private lands and
trails, so if when you come to ride in the Highlands, contact the ATV Club for
specific information. ATV Trails Haliburton ATV Association
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CAN I RIDE? by Andrew Ryeland
In Canada last year 94,000 new ATVs were
sold, in Ontario alone nearly 22,000 ATVs left the showroom and in
Ontarios bordering states another 120,000 freedom machines made their way
into the hands of new explorers. We all know the popularity of snowmobiling and
how it has expanded our economic outlook in the north so imagine what an ATV
based tourism and recreation economy looks like. At nearly 4 times the sales
and 4 times the seasonal use the upshot of this phenomenon is poised to deliver
16 times the established value of snowmobiling. This sustenance also boasts a
weather resistant factor and shoulder season affinity that will provide a
consistent and persistent flow of income to our accommodation, food and tourism
Largest ATV Club In Ontario
All these ATVers need to a place to
ride their ATVs. The Parry Sound ATV District Club (PSATV) has grown
exponentially in the past few months chiefly in response to avid ATVers eager
to find responsible and incredible riding experiences. We are now the largest
ATV Club in the Province. Our partnerships with ATV Ontario, Park-to-Park Trail
Association, local municipalities and the nearly 60 businesses participating in
Spring Jam 2004 have given our members real value for their ATV investment. The
Parry Sound Region experienced an economic boost in the arm of close to
$200,000 from that festival alone.
ATVers are unique in their spending
habits and desires. The average ATV trip is about 35 kilometres in length and
under 4 hours in duration. ATVers are explorers and enjoy challenges. A twisty,
rocky, wet trail with inclines, declines and unanticipated obstacles delight
the valiant ATVer. We have seen people derive a whole day of pleasure
traversing a mere 10 kilometres. This sport is truly and unfathomably about the
journey not the destination. And yet, the average ATV family will not hesitate
to seek luxury in a hot tub, spa or a five star restaurant at the end of the
day. This ironic juxtaposition of activities associated with the All Terrain
Vehicle is spawning hundreds of vacation packages across North America and
Ontario is at the forefront of those developments. As the tourism industry in
Georgian Bay Country adapts to this brand new market we are seeing private and
public riding opportunities develop. Packages are becoming abundant and are
heavily promoted (see www.atvontario.com). Locally the PSATV complements the
offerings with club rides and events in almost every month of the year (check
Many scoff at the upstart ATV industry
and try to equate it with winter trail riders but it is a much larger and a
more diverse pastime than snowmobiling and it is literally driving its own
course. New Ontario Ministry of Tourism models that promote this diversity will
augment our common enjoyment of the outdoors and ensure we deliver year round
satisfaction to our customers and hospitality suppliers whilst keeping our
natural environment increasingly accessible and renewable.
Hiking & Cycling Old logging roads and colonization roads, some from before
the turn of the century, form the basis of our ATV, hiking and cycling
opportunities. The trails of the Little River Road Interpretive Area also link
with the Trans Canada Trail and trails in surrounding areas.
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ATV Trips: Experience the rugged and
pristine beauty of northern Ontario.
http://www.atvcanada.ca/ Canada's official
ATV site offers message boards, forums, product reviews, feature articles and
http://www.atvontario.com/ This Web site
has been designed to provide information on ATV trails, riding areas, poker
runs, rallies and ATV Clubs throughout Ontario, Canada.
Trailers... Why do ATV owners need ATV trailers? Sometimes the cargo which
you want to load on your ATV is more than the maximum which our ATV can carry.
Sometimes You need to take your ATV on adventures in other states or countries.
ATV...Is there really such a thing a kids ATV? Only if the kid in question
is at least twelve years old and seems wise beyond his years. Whether it is a
kid driving the atv or an adult, the act of driving all terrain vehicles
ultimately qualifies as operating heavy machinery. This means the youngster
must have good eyesight, great reflexes, excellent coordination and a
rudimental understanding of mechanics and physical laws.
To Buy An ATV...Your friends, the guys at work and manufacturers of all
terrain vehicles have plenty of advice about how to buy an ATV, but basically,
shopping for an ATV is like shopping for any other product with just a few
This Web site is an online community for ATVers in
A convenient directory of all of the ATV clubs in Canada. Directory includes
club contact information and link to Web site.