ATV Clubs in Manitoba

All the active ATV clubs in Manitoba on one handy list

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ATVMB provides leadership and support to the ATV community in Manitoba. — Image courtesy ATVMB

Manitoba attracts its share of ATVers due to its vast, expansive wilderness areas, hospitable communities and enthusiastic outdoor recreation clubs. ATVMB (All Terrain Vehicle Association of Manitoba) is the provincial organization for powersports users, and there are many other groups within Manitoba.

Here’s a list of ATV Clubs in Manitoba:

Eastman ATV Association

The Eastman ATV Association covers the southeast section of Manitoba. Their highlighted trail is the Eastman ATV Trail. It is located in the heart of the Sandilands Provincial Forest.

Woodridge Sand Hogs

The Woodridge Sand Hogs ATV club also calls southeast Manitoba home. The club maintains and looks after the Sandilands Provincial Forest trails.

South Interlake ATV Club

The South Interlake ATV Club is located in south-central Manitoba. The club’s favoured trail is the Interlake Pioneer Trail (IPT), which is over 100 years old. It was once a rail line running through the heart of the Interlake Region. 

Belair ATV Club

The Belair ATV Club is located in eastern Manitoba. The region captures a wide array of picturesque trails in the beautiful Belair Forest. The forest has access to the outstanding east beaches area and includes endless sandy forest trails and some former rail line corridors.

Westman ATV Association

The Westman ATV Association covers southwest Manitoba. The club’s most popular trail is the Strathcona Centennial Trail. This trail is on an old rail bed that runs from the Town of Ninette to Baldur and is approximately 35 kilometres long.


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