British Columbia has a varied landscape, much of which can be accessed only via off-road vehicles. ATVBC is the provincial organization for powersports users, and there are dozens of ATV clubs in the province.
Here’s a list of ATV Clubs in British Columbia:
The Alberni ATV Club is located in Port Alberni, B.C. There are a wonderful assortment of roads and trails throughout the area. The region captures a wide array of picturesque trails in the beautiful Alberni Valley. Access to the outstanding beauty includes endless forestry roads and former rail line corridors.
The Arrow Lakes ATV Club is located in Nakusp, B.C. The Arrow Lakes ATV Club protects access of ATVs on public land in B.C. The group maintains, cleans and develops old and new trails for public use of public land in B.C.
The Bulkley Valley Quad Riders Society is located in Smithers, B.C. The family-oriented group gets together for various rides and other functions. They endeavor to create and maintain several scenic routes and trails in the Bulkley Valley for responsible public use.
The Campbell River ATV Club has a 400-kilometre circle tour that brings many ORV visitors to Vancouver Island's north.
The Comox Valley ATV Club is very active club that loves to ride and build trails. Everyone is welcome to join at any skill level.
CVATV has 195 members from a South Island area that encompasses Victoria, Saanich and the Cowichan Valley to Ladysmith.
The Creston Valley Quad Squad Club provides an opportunity for ATV enthusiasts in the Creston Valley to come together and enjoy the sport as a group. Riding areas include hundreds of kilometres of both abandoned and active Forest Service Roads (FSR’s) in the local area. Many of these trails are gateways to the high mountain peaks that surround the Creston Valley.
The Elkford ATV Club represents about 85 members and is the only ATVBC affiliated club in the Elk Valley. The Elkford area has hundreds of kilometers of riding, with a combination of shared-use trails, powerline riding, and forest service roads that run the full 65-kilometer length of the Elk Valley north of Elkford. There are FSR’s on both sides of the Elk River and the Elk Valley.
The Grand Forks ATV Club is active in preserving the region's history, environment and wildlife habitat, and protecting rights and privileges to access crown land. The club promotes safe and responsible operation of off highway vehicles and plans events and rides.
The main focus of the club is riding. The club rides mainly in the Central Okanagan area but also elsewhere in the Okanagan and B.C.
The Kootenay Rockies ATV Club is located in Cranbrook. Members are out enjoying the trails from early spring until late fall on their wheeled machines, depending upon trail and weather conditions. Once the snow conditions are suitable, some riders with tracked machines go winter riding. Our rides are mainly in the East Kootenay, with occasional trips outside our area to affiliate club events such as jamborees, poker runs and ATVBC events.
The Logan Lake ATV Club promotes environmentally responsible ORV practices - promotes public awareness and public safety - focuses on ORV trail building and maintenance - and provides members with the opportunity to meet and ride with like minded people.
The Lost Traction ATV & SxS Club's riding area is mainly in and around the Fraser Valley and Lower Coquihalla area. At least once a month the Club organizes an official Club ride for everyone to come and enjoy.
The Lower Mainland ATV Club often ventures out to the Harrison West riding area, which has a first class offloading site at Grace Lake and is becoming recognized as a prime location for motorized recreation.
The Mid Island ATV Club has over 600 members, mostly in the Nanaimo / mid-Vancouver Island area, making it the largest ATV Club in British Columbia. Mid Island ATV Club members are constantly working to positively promote the sport of recreational ATV riding in B.C. while enjoying the great outdoors.
The Moose ATV Club is located in the St. John region. The club looks after approximately 800 kilometres of trail. The group works to ensure trails are clean of garbage and large derbies, and takes on several projects each year to help create a better outdoor experience for area riders and visitors.
Powell River has hundreds of kilometres of trails and backcountry roads for ATVers to explore.
The Prince George ATV Club works with local businesses and other groups with similar interests to better develop trail systems. The club hosts many local rides and a couple of poker rides a year.
The Princeton ATV Club is active in preserving the environment and wildlife habitat, sharing the wilderness with other users, and protecting the rights and privileges to access the wilderness in a responsible and safe manner.
The Quad Squad South Cariboo ATV Club is a fun, adventurous club eager to take spontaneous trips as well as planned excursions to keep active. They work to improve the trail systems and protect the environment in the Cariboo Region.
The Revelstoke ATV Club promotes the recreation of safe ATV use in the Revelstoke area. The club also supports the environmental and the rights of ATV users to enjoy the beautiful backcountry of the Revelstoke area.
The Salmo Valley ATV Club has many members from the Salmo area. They ride and volunteer together while enjoying the outdoors.
The Shuswap Backcountry Riders club is located in Salmon Arm. In the spring, summer and fall, the backcountry of the Shuswap provides many forms of recreation for ATV, quad, side-by-side, bike and 4×4 users. The Shuswap has an incredible network of roads and trails offering a diversity of recreational opportunities.
The Sooke ATV Club's goal is straightforward: to have fun riding ATVs, UTVs and side-by-sides. The club also focuses on creating an educational and safe environment for all levels of ATV Riders.
The Summerland ATV Club has been active since the spring of 2003 and has a current membership of upwards of 80 members.
The Sunshine Coast ATV Club is located in Gibsons. The club offers riders an opportunity to meet others and share their interests by trail riding, maintaining the trails, and the protecting the environment on the coast.
The Thompson Valley ORV Club is located in Kamloops. The club promotes safe and enjoyable off-road riding. The club's and activities are designed to merge like-minded people and the great outdoors.
The Timberline Cruisers ATV Club is located in Tulameen. The club looks after and maintains trails across a diverse landscape from gold and coal mining ghost towns to the Lodestone, Rabbit and Pike Mountain areas.
Join the Vernon ATV Club as they explore the amazing trails of the North Okanagan / Shuswap safely, with respect for the environment and other trail users.
Neighbouring clubs and riders congregate in Wells for a variety of reasons, not least of which is its accessibility and hospitality. ATVers have permission to ride their quads on marked streets in Wells. Visiting ATVers are able to buy fuel and meals and stay in hotels in town.