Our trail partnerships are important to us. Please respect the OFSC season and do not ride ATV (with or without tracks) on OFSC groomed trails.

Mark your Calendars (more details to come):
- March 30, Annual General Meeting
- April 26-28, Petawawa Showcase
- June 14-16, B101 or Bust! 5th Anniversary Ride Pakotinna Trail
- Aug 3-4, Opeongo Trail Fest
- Oct 19, Showcase the Valley ATV Rally

NOTICE: Annual General Meeting, March 30 2019

Notice to members and riders, that there will be an Annual General Meeting held March 30, 2019 at the Petawawa Civic Centre.  All members, must be in good standing (valid trail pass) in order to vote.  Non-members are welcome.  Trail Passes will be available for purchase/renewal prior to the event.

AGENDA to include (still being confirmed):

  • Trails Update
  • Launch new Trail Signage
  • Guest Speakers
  • Provincial Trail Pass Update
  • Volunteer and Corporate Member appreciation
  • Luncheon
  • Board Updates & Budget approval
  • Board of Directors Election (for positions open for election, please visit our volunteer page)


Pembroke, ON: NOVEMBER 22, 2018 10:30 am, Renfrew County ATV Club (RCATV) will be showing its true colours as a trails and community building organization. RCATV volunteers will be on the trails behind Algonquin College to receive a $1000 grant from the Jason Blaine Charitable Fund towards their 2019 Operation Tire Save. They will also be issuing the proceeds of their August 2018 Ride for Carl Larocque to the Grind Pembroke and Champlain Discovery School breakfast program.

Operation Tire Save will coordinate and encourage all trail users to form teams stretched across the trail system to remove metal debris from the former rail bed.  This trail is a significant economic tourism driver bringing tourism to local businesses and moving recreational riders throughout the county.  Removing the metal debris, as an extended community of trail users, will encourage returning trail tourism and ensure safe maximum recreational potential for our resident users, both motorized and non-motorized. 

“This community-focused event will help motorized riders to build trust with riders and residents.  Trail users want to be respectful of both the land and the community and this event allows us to do our part, as trail users, to maintain the trail and keep it safe. This will engage all ages, families, and youth in volunteerism as community of trail enthusiasts.” Teresa Hebb, RCATV President

 See full press release. 

NEW!! Favourite our RCATV web-based map now available online from our website:
f you are a member living outside of Renfrew County and looking for ways to help, keeping our map up to date is a great way to help from wherever you live! Email if interested in finding out more.

RCATV volunteer Video Blogger's and writers have been busy ...

RCATV Showcase the Valley : You've Never Seen Fall Colours Like This

Watch all of RCATV Videoblogger's Kyle and Cassandra at Mainville ATV and Outdoors videos as they add videos weekly to their active and engaging page of trail, equipment and repair reviews.

View all 28 of our trail and event videos on YouTube thanks to our very talented "Go Pro" David Bouthillier of GlassGlowz Media.

Explore a 750 kilometre network of trails built on a foundation of abandoned rail lines and forest access roads. This adventurous route winds its way across the countryside passing through numerous rural communities that provide riders with convenient access to a wide variety of supplies, services and accommodations.

Located in the Ottawa Valley/Eastern Ontario, the natural beauty of these lands is unsurpassed. Our trail systems cuts through muddy wetlands, shaded forests, shimmering lakes with the best that Renfrew County has to offer.

Thank you to our vendor partner businesses.  Trail Passes are available in Renfrew, Calabogie, Eganville, Golden Lake, Pikwakanagan, Killaloe, Wilno, Barry's Bay, Madawaska, Pembroke, Petawawa, Deep River.

OHTOThe Ottawa Valley Tourism Association