PEI ATV FEDERATION RESOURCE PAGEWe love to ride and we know it’s only made possible by the countless landowners who allow us access to their property. We take every possible precaution to ensure that we are not damaging, or polluting, the land we rely on. Signs are posted all along the trails to remind riders that it’s a privilege – not a right – to ride our trails.
PEI ATV FEDERATION STRATEGIC PLAN
VISION: To design, build and maintain a legal, interconnected and sustainable ATV trail system throughout the entire province of Prince Edward Island.
MISSION: To be the voice for all things related to ATVing in the province of Prince Edward Island. To take a leadership role in the collaboration of other motorized and non-motorized trail user groups, so that harmony and a sense of working together towards trails for “all” can be achieved.
PEI ATV FEDERATION POLICIES
In order for the PEI ATV Federation to determine that a club is operating in a professional manner the following information is required to be submitted to the PEI ATV Federation office on or May 31 of each year to have your club deemed to be “In Good Standing” with the PEI ATV Federation. Member clubs must be in good standing to receive grant monies, including, but not limited to, COHV. The following documentation must be submitted on an annual basis by May 31st for validation of Good Standing.
TRAIL PASS RECIPROCAL AGREEMENTS
This means that residents of Prince Edward Island with a PEI ATV Federation Trail Permit will be able to ride the trails managed under Quad NB (New Brunswick All-Terrain Vehicle Federation), ATVANS (All-Terrain Vehicle Association of Nova Scotia), & OFATV (Ontario Federation of All-Terrain Vehicle Clubs). You must purchase the trail pass of the province in which you reside.