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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.

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.

Masks Required – Kawartha Lakes Area Buisnesses

As of July 13th you are required to wear a face mask while inside any business in our area.  Please make sure to carry a mask with you at all times for when you visit any business while enjoying the KATVA trails.  For more information, please visit the Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit

Construction Work on the VRTC

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

Trails Open May 12, 2020

May 12th is the date!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

After many discussions between ourselves, municipal staff and council members The City of Kawartha Lakes has confirmed that the trails will open to motorized users as of May 12th and therefore we will also be opening the 5 points trails as of