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Trails are Open but Provincial Stay At Home Order in Effect

While trails remain open to motorized vehicles under municipal permissions, the current Stay at Home Order (https://covid-19.ontario.ca/) remains in effect. Off-road vehicle use may not be treated as permitted activities or exercise by local or provincial law enforcement.

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

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,

Respect ALL Trail Users

It’s incredibly disappointing to have to say this again but we are getting complaints about ATVs and SxS on the snowmobile trails again. This is a reminder that ALL KATVA trails are closed until May 1st. We finally have some snow and the snowmobile clubs are hard at work trying to build a base and

OFTR Member Registration Open

Registration for the 2021 riding season is now open!

Its time to renew your OFTR memberships and don’t forget to pick KORMA as your club! All funds go back into building new trails and maintaining the existing trails.

Click here to go to OFTR website.

GREAT NEWS for ROADS ACCESS – Trent Lakes

We have really great news!! Our president Carolyn Richards did a deputation before the Trent Lakes council on December 15th to request access for ATVs, SxS and green plated motorcycles (dirt bikes) on all township roads and we received notice today that the council voted in favour of

Reaching Us

KATVA and KORMA have grown so much over this last year that we found it necessary to add a second phone and a new person to our team to help with the work load.
You can reach someone with your questions as follows:
Carolyn Richards, President – 705-328-0931
Rhonda White, Office Coordinator – 705-328-4482

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

VRT – Kinmount – Storm/Tornado Damage Cleaned Up

The Victoria Rail Trail in the area of Kinmount is re-opened after being closed due to trees blocking it from August 2nd’s tornado. 

A big thank you to our Volunteers for their quick and thorough work!  Great job!

 

KATVA Presents Burnt River Fire Station with SxS

On July 30, 2020, on behalf of Kawartha ATV Association and Kawartha Off Road Motorcycle Association, the KATVA Team was honoured to present the City of Kawartha Lakes Burnt River Fire Station with a 2020 Polaris Ranger 1000 SxS to add to their Emergency Response Fleet.