RCATV Trail Systems
RCATV trails are made up of 6 Trail Systems, and 6 connecting Trail Routes with something for everyone, and allowing for days of riding.
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.
Pikawkanagan ~ Killaloe~ Wilno ~ Foymount
The Settler’s Route Trail System is a route of abandoned railbeds, gravel roads and small trails through the countryside of some of the most historic parts of Renfrew County. This route connects the Pakkotinna and Opeongo Trail Systems.
Deacon ~ Round Lake and Beyond
A fun and dynamic central trail system that offers everything from easy to our most difficult trails. The Pakkotinna Trails are a mix of bush trail and abandoned railbed with lakes, hills and lookouts to enjoy. It’s history is the Old Bonnechere to Pembroke Road.
Petawawa ~ Laurentian Valley ~ Baron Canyon
This growing Trail System delights all riders with all types of terrain from softer trails to railbeds and bush trails. Abundant in crown trails, this trail system continues to grow and attract all technicality levels of rider.
Barry's Bay ~ Madawaska
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. Trails are predominantly bush, dense at times. Famous look-outs, lakes, and colourful views.
Griffith ~ Greater Madawaska
With a great system of logging roads and bush trails, the Griffith Highlands Trail System is a great trail system for all levels of rider skills, with great lakes, enjoyable and comfortable riding.
Watch coming soon our newest trail system the Champlain Hills system in Deep River, the Combermere trails and new routes connecting Griffith to Bancroft.
Click on one of the ATVS, photos or titles to find more about each trail system!