ATV Trails in Newfoundland & Labrador

ATV Trails in Newfoundland & Labrador
Racing across the varied landscape of the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador can provide a great thrill for those who enjoy riding ATVs. Riders will find diverse terrain including mountains, ocean coastline, rough and rocky trails and smooth tundra. Newfoundland and Labrador is home to a number of ATV trails. Businesses also exist that provide guided ATV tours to those unfamiliar with the area. Regardless of your skill or ability, challenging rides are sure to be found in the province.

T'Railway Provincial Park

The T'Railway Provincial Park of Newfoundland is a linear park constructed on an old railroad track that stretches for more than 550 miles across the entire island. ATV riding is permitted along the trail, and riders will experience diverse terrain and landscapes.

The western portion of the trail winds through many fishing villages. On the central part of the trail, riders will find coniferous forests and flat, barren lands. Throughout the park, riders will find salmon rivers, ponds and lakes. Animals such as moose, caribou and deer often are spotted.

Newfoundland T'Railway Council
195 Elizabeth Drive, Unit 7
Gander, NL A1V 1H6

Newfoundland Outdoor Adventures

Newfoundland Outdoor Adventures in Bloomfield offers guided ATV tours where experienced riders will lead you through some of the thousands of miles of abandoned logging roads and wooded trails in the province. A guided tour is a great way to get an introduction to ATV riding.

Trails that are suitable for all levels, from beginner to expert, can be toured. Ride over rough trails full of mud, rocks and hills if you are ready for a challenge. If your family is along for the ride, guides will stick to smooth, flat trails.

Newfoundland Outdoor Adventures
P.O. Box 116
Bloomfield, NL A0C 1A0

Bay St. George ATV/Snowmobile Association Trail Network

Bay St. George ATV/Snowmobile Association maintains a network of trails in the Stephenville area in the western portion of the province. The trails run through the backcountry area where moose and caribou frequently are spotted.

Along the trailways two heated shelters are provided as a resting point, if needed. Season trail passes are sold through the association, allowing for a substantial discount if you plan to ride often.

Bay St. George ATV/Snowmobile Association
P.O. Box 191
Stephenville, NL A2N 2Y9

Article Written By Sarah Schreiber

Sarah Schreiber has been writing since 2004, with professional experience in the nonprofit and educational sectors as well as small business. She now focuses on writing about travel, education and interior decorating and has been published on Trazzler and various other websites. Schreiber received a Bachelor of Arts in mass communications.

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