Welcome to Huron Shores ATV Club
The HSATV Club is a non-profit organization run by volunteers who have a passion for trail riding and a vision to create fun, safe ATV trails for the whole family to enjoy in the Bruce County area.
We are centrally located in Bruce County, Ontario, along the shores of Lake Huron. We are actively working with the County of Bruce and local municipalities and other clubs to develop new ATV trails on un-opened road allowances, old railway lines and county owned lands.
By purchasing a yearly trail pass for your ATV, you will have access to over 100 kms of ATV trails that span from the shores of Lake Huron to the town of Hanover. This also gives you access to other EOTA trail systems.
All members are welcome to join us at our monthly board meetings. Times and dates are determined monthly. See our upcoming events for more details.
Hey there fellow ATV’ers, another season is about to begin and the 2016 ATV season looks like it’s going to be a lot of fun!! With the late start last year because of wet conditions on HSATV Route 1, we are sure this season will be earlier. As a club, we have completed Warden Training, new map, new brochure in the works and planning some interesting rides. We have also re-named our Route 1 in memory of Michael John McGlynn.
This past Annual camping weekend and ride turned out really great and ended with a BBQ, campfire, lots of good stories and several kilometers of trail riding.
There is now a full loop in place, joining our neighbour club West Grey ATV club, and carries on to the Dufferin Grey ATV Club. The new map is posted on our Trails and Maps page and there is lots to see and do. With a few links, to and from our trails, this will surely bring new riders and, a potential for more fun.
As usual our club needs the support of the members and volunteers to help maintain and expand the trail network. Last year our club invested close to $20,000.00, while working with local suppliers and contractors, in trail maintenance.
Our rules are simple, Trail Pass, Insurance, no drinking, no speeding, please respect the trails and most important, safety first. And, make new friends too.
See ya on the trails!