Are you coming to PEI to ATV?

Please visit the Discover PEI page for more information.

Where can I find maps and information about trails?

Please visit the Trail Maps page for more information.


Accommodations that are ATV friendly:

TreeTop Haven – 1210 Mt Tryon Rd, Albany, PE C0B 1A0
Quality Inn & Suites Garden of the Gulf – 618 Water St E, Summerside, PE C1N 2V5
Fairways Cottages – 7420 Route 13, Cavendish, PE, C0A 1N0
Belmont Executive Properties – Clinton Hills to Kildar
Venture Stables – 124 Campbell Road, Freetown
Nature Space Resort – 631 St. Peter’s Harbour Rd
Briarwood Coastal cottages & Lodge – 253 Matthews Lane, Alberton, PE C0B 1B0
Inn the Woods Cottages – 915 Burlington Road, Kensington, C0B1M0, PEI
Ocean Acres Cottages & Campground – 247 Fox River Rd. Murray Harbour, PE
Fair Isle Motel – 511 Brackley Point Rd, Brackley, PE
Centre Goeland – 7151 PE-11, Wellington, PE C0B 2E0
Homeport By The Sea – 29 Homeport by the Sea Ln, Belle River, PE C0A 1B0
Come From Away Bed & Breakfast and Cottages – 9509 Main St S, Murray River, PE

ATV Rentals

Northshore Offroad Adventures – 

Guided Tours

Guides are available through the local clubs. Please feel free to reach out if interested.

Northshore Offroad Adventures –

How much is a trail pass?
The 2023 trail pass is available now for $80. Visit our Trail Pass page for information on where to buy one.
Can We Ride AFter Dark?
There are currently no regulations preventing a night time ride.
Do you provide any safety information?

Yes! Your safety is important to us. Safety Information is available here.

Join your ( local club) today and get involved.

What do I wear?

Your helmet is mandatory and must be approved by the Department of Transportation (DOT). If your helmet is old or has ever been dropped, then it is time for a new one. A full helmet or dust mask is more comfortable when the weather is hot and dusty.

Other recommended equipment includes goggles, gloves, and boots.

As for “appropriate” clothing, well, that depends on the weather and the route. Some people wear running shoes, shorts and a T-shirt but for the most part that attire is unsuitable.

Dress to protect yourself from branches, stones, dust, bugs, wind, sun, and rain; from just simply being outdoors.

Dress comfortably because you will likely be straddling a bike for hours.

Dress in layers for the weather and the terrain — add a few items when you’re cold or it’s raining, and take off a few when you’re hot.

Riding an ATV in single-digit temperatures becomes extremely cold, similar to riding a snowmobile. Dress accordingly.

Also, it is good to have extra fuel, drinking water, snacks, rain gear, bug spray, basic repair tools, band-aids, compass, map and cell phone on hand. Note that there may not be cell service in all areas.

ATVing is a lot of fun. You get to go to places that you have never been before, travelling through some very beautiful areas. Enjoy your time in the great outdoors. Stay safe and have a good ride!

How old do I have to be to ride the trails?

To operate an OHV (Off Highway Vehicle) other than a snowmobile or dirt bike, the driver must be at least 14 years of age. If the drive is between 14 and 19 years of age, they must have completed an OHV Safety Training course. All 14 and 15 year olds must be supervised by an adult who has held a valid drivers license for at least 24 months or who has completed an OHV Safety Training course.

Anyone over the age of 16 may drive an OHV so long as they have a valid drivers license and have held that license for at least 24 months. If they have not held a valid drivers license for 24 months, they are still required to complete an OHV Safety Training course.

Operators of an OHV must carry a government issued registration for the OHV and must have a valid license plate attached to the OHV which must be visible anytime the OHV is off the owner’s property.


    How is my membership fee used?

    All details pertaining to trail passes can be found here. You can pick yours up from your local club or at the following locations:

    When does my membership expire?

    Your trail pass will expire on December 31st each year.

    Can I ride in other provinces with my PEI trail pass?

    Your trail pass covers all PEI trails as well as Federation Trails in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Ontario.

    Are there additional benefits to owning a trail pass?

    As a member of the PEI ATVF you are helping shape the future of ATVing in PEI and through your membership dollars are contributing to the creation and maintenance of trails across the province. You’re also contributing to increased access for ATVs and helping to protect your right to continue enjoying ATVing in PEI in the future.

    As a member of the PEI ATVF you have access to hundreds of kilometers of trails across PEI. Through reciprocal agreements, you can also ride other provinces trails, including New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Ontario ATV Federations.

    If access to trails and a real contribution to the sport aren’t enough,the PEI ATVF membership also grants you access to a growing list of membership discounts. PEI ATVF is happy to offer member discounts through retail partners across the province as well as other great perks of membership.

    Where should I stick my trail pass?

    Your permit must be attached to the front left side of your atv, bike or side by side.

    Is there a different pass for SXS or Dirt bikes?

    ATVs, side by sides and dirt bikes are all covered under the same permit with each bike requiring its own permit.

    Do you have an events calendar?

    We do!  Each club has the ability to add its events to our Calendar.

    Do You have a list of clubs and location?

    Find your local club by clicking below.

    What positions do people hold in the ATV FEDERATION?

    PEI ATV Federation  is a not for profit, volunteer run organization that requires many volunteers to operate.

    Executive/Board of Directors – responsible for directing the PEI ATVF’s operations.

    Trail Maintenance – always an excellent reason to get out on the trails! Trail maintenance continues until after the end of season . The PEI ATVF member clubs maintain around 350kms of trail.

    Administration – positions include Treasurer, Secretary, Webmaster, Communications, Membership and Event Coordinators. As is often the case, one Volunteer can wear many hats so the more people to share the workload, the better. If you have time for paperwork and enjoy organizing then make yourself known. Just be an enthusiast — you don’t need to own a quad!

    Sponsor Relations – always appreciated, our Sponsors defray our costs and bring interest and enthusiasm to our events. The PEI ATVF needs representatives to interact with our Sponsors, ensure that our appreciation is shown and to make our Sponsors aware of all opportunities. Another project on the To-Do List is to create a consistent Sponsorship Recognition Program.

    Join your local club today and get involved.