The Ontario Federation of All Terrain Vehicle Clubs (OFATV) is a volunteer driven, not-for-profit organization, dedicated to trail maintenance and development through local volunteer clubs.
We have developed by far the most affordable insurance package for ATV Clubs in the province of Ontario, with the added bonus of virtually no mileage limitations.
You can now approach Land Owners giving them the comfort of knowing that you have insurance in place to protect them.
Proper insurance is the key to finally being able to create a trail network across Ontario
Policy and Guidelines
The OFATV believes the future of utilizing a trail in the outdoors is directly related to how clubs and its members use it today. Our guidelines will promote safe and responsible riding on trails and protect our environment at the same time.
Our trained Wardens will keep the trails enjoyable and safe for all of our members by enforcing OFATV policies and guidelines.
Trails that are properly signed by following the OFATV approved signage package will ensure the safety of everyone utilizing our trail system.
We participate in a number of trade shows every year promoting the
Each club is invited to display their banner and newsletter at the trade
Referrals to Your Club
Our participation in Trade show, Magazine Advertising, Website Exposure, Word of Mouth, etc. creates a lot of membership requests. These members are referred to the clubs closest to their area.
Support From Other OFATV Clubs
Our Existing clubs are able to share their experience in areas you may
You get to meet the gang at the AGM every year.
Administration will be happy to contact any or all clubs for you get
Free ATV Magazine Subscriptions
Constant Contact and Support With All Levels of Government
The OFATV is in constant communication with all levels of government and a strong partner in many projects such as Bill 11. The OFATV in fact played a major role in the implementation of Bill 11.
We have since been in contact with every Municipality and Township regarding the by-laws offering our assistance wherever it is needed.
We are also in touch with all Ministry of Natural Resource offices participating in the Ontario Living Legacy programs and are submitting feedback regarding each park.
Correspondence sent to Premier Dalton Mcguinty regarding ATV trail related issues.
Our point being that we are the Provincial Voice representing the best interests of ATVers in the province of Ontario.
Head Office Administrative Support
None of the items listed here could be managed without a strong support system through your administrative contact at the OFATV.
If you would like more information on how to start an OFATV Club in your area just contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to give you the tools you need to get started.