Feb 21 2018 , 7 PM @ community futures





Please check the NEWS page for firmed up ride dates & times.

For all rides please come prepared: full gas tank, rain coat, lunch, water, helmet. And have fun.


ATV Safety 01
Be Safe & Responsible
Always wear a DOT approved helmet
Wear protective clothing and footwear
Ride at a safe speed - Road conditions can suddenly change
Respect and follow rules of the road
Never ride alone

Keep our forests clean
Don't be a litterbug sign.


Spring is here !!

Get outside and enjoy a healthy activity on the many trails of the Boundary.

GFATV would like to ask all trail users to be Responsible while out Hiking, Biking or Riding the seat of your choice, . . . → Read More: Spring is here !!


December 2016: Ho! Ho! Ho! Darn cold these days, hope everyone is staying warm! The parade committee did a great job organizing the Xmas parade, looks like the weather cooperated AND turnout was great! Wrapping up 2016 and rolling into 2017, we see some concerns that will just not be resolved. According to the “LAW”, all ATVs/ORVs are required to have a MV 1815 permit to travel on a public road. We have talked to . . . → Read More: Newsletter

Bulldog Tunnel News

Good evening all,

A quick note, the contractor that has been hired by the government to do the shotcrete repair work in the Bulldog Tunnel will be starting on this coming Wednesday, Oct 12th. There will be a planned temporary 6-7 day closure of the Bulldog Tunnel while the contractor does this work. I believe they are planning on working right through every day including the coming weekend to get it finished as quickly . . . → Read More: Bulldog Tunnel News


NEWSLETTER – September/October 2016 What a great time of the year. The colours are magnificent, the dust is finally reduced and the weather although chilly in the am, is warm in the afternoon. A great time to hit the trails. There have been some developments of note: Cody Zorn has spent time getting our Facebook page up and current. There have been many great comments on the site and it does seem to be a . . . → Read More: Newsletter

July Newsletter

June 20 Edgewood Ride was well attended, riders staged at 28 Mile rec site and travelled to McFarland FSR. The trails were excellent, no dust to speak off, weather was cool but the rain held off. Lunch and fueling up was at Edgewood where there is a great camping site on the Lower Arrow Lakes. We travelled back through the Cow Trail to Johnson Landing. There were many cow patties along the trail supporting the . . . → Read More: July Newsletter