Whitefish Narrows links Whitefish Bay and Long Bay
Tomahawk Resort Ontario
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Open ForumATV'ing around Tomahawk
*ATVs
[Randy 25-Oct-15, 08:46 AM, 1245x]

Subject:
ATVs
From:
Randy
We are interested in coming up and staying for a night or two this fall. We are wondering if there are dirt roads, logging trails, etc. that you can ride ATVs on. We are from Northern Minnesota and wondering if we need a special license or permit on our ATV in order to ride in your area. Please let me know. Any information you have on lodging and ATV riding would be appreciated.


RE: ATVs [Kevin 25-Oct-15, 11:46 AM, 1249x]
Subject:
RE: ATVs
From:
Kevin
Good afternoon Randy, There is nothing special you need for riding your ATV's in Ontario. Many of the old logging roads and trails in this area are on crown (government land) so no license, permits or permission needed, just your ATV needs to insured and each rider has to wear a helmet. Here's a link with the details: http://allontario.ca/2013/05/what-you-need-to-know-to-operate-an-atv-in-ontario/

We have accommodations available thru the fall and winter, so if your interested in doing some late fall riding or early Spring (March/April) riding, get in touch with us.


*Some great October trail riding
[Kevin 15-Oct-13, 08:40 AM, 2031x]

Subject:
Some great October trail riding
From:
Kevin
A colours are in their prime!
A colours are in their prime!

A little lake along the trail
A little lake along the trail

4 moose along the trail - cow, bull, 2 calfs
4 moose along the trail - cow, bull, 2 calfs

Stopping for a break along a lake
Stopping for a break along a lake

Some of the fall colours
Some of the fall colours

Out enjoying some fabulous fall ATV'ing on some of the trails that are within a short drive of Tomahawk. This is a great time of year to see the leaves in the prime of their fall colours, along with some wildlife and surprises along the trail!