F.A.Q.’s

Where are your trails located?

The trails run from Hwy 21 on the south; Owen Sound Bay on the east; Colpoy’s Bay and Wiarton on the north and Lake Huron on the west. A complete trail map may be found here.

How long is the trail?

There are several optional rides you can take on the trail but choosing one circuit and riding the full loop will cover about 160 kilometres (100 miles) and take approximately 6 hours. (depending on riding ability and stop durations.)

Where can I park?

The club has three parking lot / staging areas with direct access to the trail. They are marked with the P icon on our map. The south west lot is in Sauble Beach on Rankin Bridge Road; the south east lot is at Grey Rd. 17 in Benallen and the north lot at the corner of Hwy 6 and Grey Rd. 17, just south of Wiarton.

Is there fuel available on the trail?

Fuel may be purchased at Naves Service Centre at the corner of 6’th St. and Sauble Falls parkway in Sauble Beach at Wiarton Petro Canada Frank St. and Hwy 6 in Wiarton or at the Shallow Lake service centre in Shallow Lake.

Do I require a trail pass?

Yes. We honor the ATV Provincial Trail Pass (Eastern Ontario Trails Alliance or OFATV). Otherwise a day permit is required. They are available in Sauble Beach at: ATV depot, Naves Service Centre, Fretz’s Valumart; in Wiarton at Peninsula Sport; or at Thomboys in Springmount; UPI Gas Bar in Hepworth; Edwards Outpost in Clavering and at the Shallow Lake Service Centre. Trail maps are available at all outlets and are included with your annual membership. Daily passes are $20.00 including HST and have a map attached.

Where can I stay?

As a premier Ontario resort area, Sauble Beach has a vast selection of accommodation from motel room to cabin / cottage, bed and breakfast or executive housing in short and long term periods. See www.saublebeach.com and click the “where to stay” section for many options.

Are there campgrounds on the trail?

Again check out www.saublebeach.com “where to stay… camping” for a great selection. Winding River Campground 94 Fedy Dr. 519-422-1509 or www.windingrivercampground.com allows short stays, a natural surrounding for tenting and offers trailer rental. On the trail at Jewell Bridge Rd. Carson’s camp is “on the trail” via 2’nd avenue for longer stays with trailer or RV. 519-422-1509 or www.carsonscamp.on.ca

Are there other clubs offering trail riding in the region?

Yes. See www.huronshoresatvclub or www.dgatv.ca (Dufferin Grey ATV club) for additional exceptional riding in Grey / Bruce counties.

Is there anything else I need to know?

ATV riding in Ontario is under the control of the Off Road Vehicles Act. It controls required equipment, speed limits, where you can ride, who can ride and many other regulations.
Learn it, know it and follow it. Link to it here.
To view our online riders handbook, click here.