Press Release –
Haliburton ATV Association (HATVA) announced today that they will join the marketing alliance of ATVOntario (ATVO) and add their trail systems, tourism opportunities and considerable All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) experience to the substantial offerings of ATVOntario.
The HATVA has completed the ATVO templates outlined in ‘A Destination Guide for a Community based ATV Tourism Product’ and joins ATVOntario as a Signature Destination. The HATVA and its Chapters has an extensive trail network and together with ATVO will promote several thousand kilometres of trail riding in Ontario.
Both organizations promote regional/community based trail passes that reinvest locally in sustainable shared-use trails and infrastructure. Haliburton will honour all trail passes purchased under former agreements up to the expiry dates of those permits. The HATVA has negotiated reciprocal agreements with adjoining trail systems that allow greater flexibility for HATVA members as well as ATVers as a whole to explore riding opportunities in Eastern Ontario.
WHERE CAN I RIDE?
ATVOntario offers an answer to the over 250,000 ATVers in this province and ten times that number in the bordering US states. As more and more outdoors adventurers turn to the thrill of discovery aboard an All Terrain Vehicle more and more tourism destinations are being developed to accommodate their unique and varied interests.
ATVOntario offers adventurers a consolidated, destination based source of information on where to ride, where to eat, where to stay, where to be entertained, where to mingle and many more ‘wheres’. To see all of our ‘where house’ visit ATVOntario.com.
ATVOntario is a not for profit marketing alliance established as a public/private initiative between the Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership Corporation (OTMPC) and the 5 founding communities of Elliot Lake, Mattawa, Eastern Ontario Trail Alliance (Tweed), Georgian Bay (Parry Sound) and Cochrane. The alliance is enacting a community-based model for Shared-Use Trail tourism throughout the province of Ontario.
For further Information Contact: Andrew Ryeland, 705 746-9481