Alberta is full of outdoor recreation opportunities, and ATVers gather annually to hit the province’s renowned trail networks, which are maintained by the Alberta Off-Highway Vehicle Association (AOHVA). Get in touch with the one in your area and get riding!
Here’s a list of ATV Clubs in Alberta:
The Alberta Motorsports Association brings together motorsports enthusiasts of all levels and ages as they help grow and better the sport of motocross.
Bighorn Heritage ATV Society works to retain the access level that many ATV enthusiasts currently enjoy in the Bighorn backcountry.
The Brazeau ATV Club has been operating in the Drayton Valley Area for over 10 years. The club maintains 75 kilometres of trail in the Brazeau County area and Eagle Points Provincial Park land. There are a few fun events throughout the year, with one being the fundraising Poker Rally held in the middle of September.
The Calgary ATV Riders Association is a family-based organization enjoying year-round rides throughout the Rocky Mountains of Southern Alberta, from the Red Deer River south to Kananaskis Country. This includes the Ghost / Waiparous FLUZ, McLean Creek FLUZ, Burnt Timber, Fallen Timber and Indian Graves areas. Since 2006, the Calgary ATV Riders have provided trail clean-ups, development, and maintenance projects, and has been a powerful voice for the ATV enthusiasts who wish to continue to have access to Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) use.
The Crowsnest Pass Quad Squad is a family-based organization enjoying year-round rides throughout the Rocky Mountains of Southwest Alberta.
The Lac Ste Anne ATV club is a non-profit organization dedicated to trail development, fund raising, rider education, and ATV community support.
The Lethbridge Motorcycle Club is a non-profit organization that focuses primarily on motocross racing at Temple Hill Motorcycle Park as well as off-road and recreational riding.
The Rocky ATV Society is focused on maintaining trails in Clearwater County.
The Rocky Motorcycle Club promotes fun motocross and hare scramble events for riders of all abilities. The club is also vocal about preserving riding areas.
Since 2004, the Rocky Mountain Dirt Riders Association has been taking care of local Alberta trail systems. The club is located in Calgary.
Rocky Mountain Trail Blazers is a new ATV Club in Southern Alberta. Their goal is to improve local trails and safety for all riders.
For the last 25 years, the Second Gear Club has strived to create an offroad motorcycle series in Alberta that is affordable, family-based and fun! SGC is committed to creating a welcoming culture which allows participants to develop and improve their skills in an environment instilled with sportsmanship and appreciation for the sport.
The Slave Lake Snow & Mud Association is passionate about taking a trail system that already exists and turning it into something that everyone from the community can enjoy on a daily basis.
The Wapiti Off-Road Association preserves and maintains trails in the Grande Prairie area.
The Whitecourt ATV Club doesn't presently have any established approved trails. The Club is diligently working with AEP (Alberta Environment & Parks) and has created a Trail Management Plan which will provide the framework to ensure the established trails are sustainable, have little to no impact to the environment, and are protected.