1 - Ontario's Southwest
2 - Niagara
3 - Hamilton, Halton and Brant
4 - Huron, Perth, Waterloo and Wellington
5 - Greater Toronto Area
6 - York, Durham and Hills of Headwaters
7 - Bruce Grey Simcoe
8 - Kawarthas and Northumberland
9 - South Eastern Ontario
10 - Ottawa and Countryside
11 - Ontario's Highlands—Haliburton Highlands to the Ottawa Valley
12 - Explorers' Edge—Muskoka, Parry Sound, Algonquin Park
13 - North Ontario Region:
About an hour west of Toronto, you can find sun-drenched beaches, canoe along the Grand River, and visit picturesque heritage towns.
Bruce Grey Simcoe is a wonderful area to go camping, fishing, golfing and taking in festivals and events. Bringing along your ATV just adds to the experience!
No matter what your preference, there's lots to make you smile in Kawarthas Northumberland. Ganaraska Forest has earned a reputation as a hotbed for ATV and dirt riding, offering some 11,000 acres to explore. Visit Fenelon Falls, or check in with the Kawartha ATV Association to help enhance your ATVing experience.
If you're going ATVing in the Ottawa area, the Ottawa Valley ATV Club is probably a good place to start. Keep in mind, also, that from the Ottawa area you're only about an hour away from the Calabogie Motorsports Park. For non-motorized activities, the region is also a fabulous place to go mountain biking.
There's an entire world of rugged terrain just waiting to be discovered in the region. ATVing in Ontario's Highlands, whether self-guided or by guided tour, offers a great way to experience nature with family and friends, exploring the landscape and freedom of the trails.
As you're wending your way along the well-marked trails in Northern Ontario's wild back country, you'll discover the places that your ATV was built for. A variety of resorts and outfitters offer maps and other helpful information and resources, including equipment rentals and areas to do combined ATV and fishing trips. Elliot Lake is one of the best-known ATVing nodes in the area, and you can also transport your ATV via the rail line to lodges located along the line to ride.