Explore over 1000 kms of networked trail systems and trail routes, built on a foundation of over 300km of connecting abandoned rail lines. Our trails are accessible for all technicality and experience levels and 90% SXS-friendly. Located in the Ottawa Valley, RCATV trails cut through muddy wetlands, shaded forests, majestic look-outs and shimmering lakes with the best that Renfrew County and South Algonquin has to offer.

Tales from the Trails

Join the RCATV Trails Team

As we get started for the trail season, it is time to rebuild our Trails Team. If you are interested...
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Join the RCATV Trails Team

Certified CASI ATV & SXS/UTV Rider Training

For 2021, RCATV is doing what it can to support rider and trail safety.  Our CASI certified instructors are offering...
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Certified CASI ATV & SXS/UTV Rider Training

RCATV 2021 Annual General Meeting April 24, 10am-12pm

SAVE THE DATE: Notice to all Members & Riders of Renfrew County ATV Club. The 2021 General Members Meeting will...
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RCATV 2021 Annual General Meeting April 24, 10am-12pm

2021 Director Nominations Now Open (March 20-April 20)

RCATV Is looking for Riders to Join the Board of Directors! Do you have 20 hours/month to represent the ATV...
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2021 Director Nominations Now Open (March 20-April 20)

Search for new Executive in 2021!

Everything was impacted in 2020, including our ability to have regular AGM, and fill some key vacancies. In 2021, your...
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Search for new Executive in 2021!

RCATV Interactive Map

Have you seen our web-based interactive map?

Thanks to partnership with Fleming College GIS students, Urban Sports Calabogie, KeyMac Motorsports Pembroke you can now plan your trip, view photos, info, hazards, fuel and parking and find our vendors and Corporate Members with optional layers.  Trails@renfrewcountyatv.ca.

Click the Button Below to get to the RCATV Interactive Map.

RCATV Events

RCATV Trail Systems

Logger's Loop Trail System

Madawaska ~ Whitney ~ Lake St. Peter

The perfect place for wide open scenery, river-side riding, bush trails, abandoned rail lines, and scenic lookout.  Ride right from the doorstep of your home, cottage or the numerous places to stay, the South Algonquin community is ATV-friendly – ride to trails, stay, eat, fuel and play.

Pakkotinna Trail System

Golden Lake ~ Killaloe ~ Round Lake

With a foundation on the Old Bonnechere to Pembroke Road, the Pakkotinna Trail System is ** km of hard pack, rock and water trails that meander around small lakes and up and down the hills and valleys along the Deacon Escarpment between Highway 60 and County Rd 58 (Round Lake Road).

Opeongo Trail System

One of our busiest trail systems, this trail allows you to not only connect between two other large systems, but enjoy the evening or weekend in the hospitality of Barry’s Bay, which is entirely ATV friendly.

Call for Volunteers

Board Vacancies

There are a number of positions available. If you are interested, please see our Board Vacancies page.

Planning Teams

We require volunteers for events planning, marketing strategies, social media and member/volunteer benefits.

Trail Teams

Want to be involved directly with the trails? We are always looking for more trails and patrol team volunteers.

Membership Costs

Day pass

$20

Day Passes for the RCATV Trails are available at events, or at select pass vendors. They can be dated in advance and for the specific day/dates you wish to ride.

3-day pass

$50

3-Day passes are a great way to try the trails, attend a longer event, or visit with friends.

Yearly Non-Riding Member

$40

Non-Riding Members are community and family members who do not require a trail pass but still wish to support and vote as an RCATV Member.

Yearly Riding Member

$150

Automatic with the purchase of annual RCATV Trail Permit.  If you are renewing, you can SAVE $25.00 by purchasing ONLINE before your expiry.