Trails Closed Until May 1st

Just a reminder that trails remain closed until May 1st.

Thank you to all our members who patiently await the May 1 opening date. Kawartha Lakes has posted signs at the Somerville Forest to remind everyone of this date. Are you as excited as we are!? Riding

Trails Closed Until May 1st2021-07-29T23:54:25+00:00

With a Little Help from our Friends

As you know, we are planning an awesome event this spring for our single track riders with KORMA.  We’ve just received a HUGE helping hand from Podium Grafix!

Amazing news! Podium Grafix is sponsoring our Kawartha Kraken ride on May 29, 2021 with route arrows,

With a Little Help from our Friends2021-07-29T23:54:25+00:00

Trails Closed – Thanks for a Great Riding Season

Almost as if on cue the snow is here and the trails are now closed and respectfully handed over to the snowmobile clubs and their members for their riding season.
Please respect our snowmobile trail partners
Trails Closed – Thanks for a Great Riding Season2020-12-01T15:09:19+00:00

Gift Certificates Make the Perfect Gift!

Looking for that perfect gift? We’ve got it!

Buy your someone special a Single Annual Membership gift certificate for $125.  Memberships are good for 12 months from date or redemption.

Contact membership@katva.ca and learn how to purchase a gift certificate from KATVA. If ordered by December 15th, you will receive it in the mail by Christmas (pending

Gift Certificates Make the Perfect Gift!2020-11-28T14:25:22+00:00

Annual Memberships Good for 12 Months

This is just a reminder that KATVA trail permits are good for 12 months from the date of purchase so you can still buy them now and they are good until this time next year. Our trail permits are recognized on the following trail systems:

  • Kawartha ATV Association
  • Algonquin West ATV Club
  • Lake of Bays
Annual Memberships Good for 12 Months2021-07-29T23:54:26+00:00

Opening Roads Study – Master Plan :: County of Peterborough

The County of Peterborough’s Transportation Master Plan Update and Off-Road Vehicle Study

The County is seeking your feedback to help better understand the different needs between active transportation users (i.e., pedestrians, cyclists, etc.) and ORV users, and help to further refine areas of concern or opportunity.

Here’s a summary of how this study affects Kawartha ATV trails:

Opening Roads Study – Master Plan :: County of Peterborough2021-07-29T23:54:26+00:00

City of Kawartha Lakes to form Task Force Committee

It’s only the first step but it’s a big step! This week in council the City of Kawartha Lakes councilors voted unanimously in support of forming a task force committee regarding off road vehicle (ORV)

City of Kawartha Lakes to form Task Force Committee2020-10-22T23:53:08+00:00

One Step Closer to Opening Roads

We’re one step closer to making this a reality. Our president Carolyn Richards has been working hard behind the scenes with councilors to look at opening more roads in the City of Kawartha Lakes when Bill 107 takes effect January 1st, 2021 and setting up a task force would be a great next step. It

One Step Closer to Opening Roads2021-07-29T23:54:27+00:00

Restricted Access – VRT South of Northline Rd

Just a reminder that SxS are not allowed on the Victoria Rail Trail south of Northline Road. If you are trying to get into Fenelon Falls you can legally leave the trail at Northline Road and follow the roads into town. City

Restricted Access – VRT South of Northline Rd2021-07-29T23:54:27+00:00

VRT Temporary Closure – Mount Horeb Rd to Crosswind Rd

Please be advised that drainage work is scheduled to take place on Thursday July 23rd along the Victoria Rail Trail Corridor. This work will require the closure of the trail between Mount Horeb Road and Crosswind Road in Ops Township.
Signage of the closure will be posted at the intersections of Mount Horeb Rd
VRT Temporary Closure – Mount Horeb Rd to Crosswind Rd2021-07-29T23:54:27+00:00