Welcome to Huron Shores ATV Club

Hey everyone, as we approach the fall deer rifle hunting season.

We would like to advise you to please wear bright orange blaze as a precaution.

if you plan to be On our trail system

Thank you

 

Culross Tract Temporarily Closing for Timber Harvesting Operations!!
Nov 16 2020 – as Per letter from Bruce County Trails Manager.
Please take notice that the Culross Tract, located southwest of Teeswater, will be closing for several weeks for timber harvesting operations, beginning on Monday, November 23.
Bruce County, with contractor Liverance Lumber, will be harvesting timber in this area to improve forest health as part of the County’s forest management plan. To ensure that everyone will be safe and out of harm’s way, the entirety of Culross Tract, including all trails and parking lots, will be closed to the public until further notice. Signage and barricades will be in place. Operations will continue for several weeks and the property is expected to reopen after all merchantable material has been removed from the site by mid-January of 2021.
Culross Tract is located at Concession 1 Lot 32, South Part Lot 33, Lots 34 and 35, and Concession 2 Lot 33, in the former Township of Culross, within the Municipality of South Bruce.
Thank you for your patience and understanding. Bruce County apologizes for any inconveniences that this closure causes. This harvesting work will benefit our forest’s health in the long term.

 

 

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.