A big shout out to all our landowners! All the trails in the 5 points are now officially open! We had one trail that was still gated but it’s open now. Thank you to all the landowners in the 5 points who support motorized users including ATVs, snowmobiles, off road trucks
Construction has now begun on the Victoria Rail Trail Corridor (VRTC) from Northline Road to north of the Burnt River Bridge. The trail isn’t necessarily closed but from time to time they may have it blocked off for safety reasons so please use caution and respect the crews out there working.
They are going to do
Unfortunately we just received the following notice directly from the County of Haliburton….” The Rail Trail remains closed to use by motorized vehicles as long as we remain under a Provincial State of Emergency. ”
This means that the Haliburton Rail trail will not open this weekend, May 30th, as we had hoped it would. Please
Are you wondering where you can ride with your KATVA trail pass? Let us clear up any confusion for you…..
Over 10 years ago Kawartha ATV Association and Haliburton ATV Association formed a reciprocal agreement to allow our members to ride each others trails. It’s the longest and most successful reciprocal agreement in Ontario to this
The KATVA Team is proud to announce our 2020 Volunteer of the Year Recipient – Jim Laporte
Our team had a plan to recognize Jim at our 2020 AGM this year but sadly we lost Jim to cancer before we had the chance. Anyone who knew Jim knew that his family and friends came first but
Due to current measures in place restricting the gathering of more than 5 people as a result of covid-19, rides scheduled during the months of April, May and June have been postponed or possibly cancelled at this time.
The affected rides are:
- Rail Trail Clean-up
- 5-Points Ride
- Mud Run
- New Member/Spouse Ride