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Weslemkoom Lake Ride

A trip around Weslemkoom Lake on Saturday July 23rd.
We will be meeting at the Mail boxes in Gunter. Those who are not familiar with the parking area we will be at the Tim Hortons in Madoc until 8:15 am and drive to Gunter mail boxes.
Will be leaving the Gunter Mail boxes parking lot at 9:30 am sharp and planning to return approximately 5:30 pm.
Bring your lunch. Return trip is approximately 125 km.
(see the event details and map in our calendar).

We would appreciate it if people who are interested in attending, email Scott by July 20th at live2fish1@gmail.com to give us some indication of how many will be waiting at the parking lot.

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Northumberland District ATV Riders Club

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Yearly passes include a NDATV membership.  Family, Weekly and Day passes are also available. Click for trail permit’s prices here.

To purchase by mail please print and complete the printable form here. Mail the completed form to the enclosed address with a cheque or money order made out to “Northumberland District ATV Riders Club”. Include your ATV insurance company and policy number.  A membership package and trail pass will be mailed to you.

Northumberland District ATV Riders Club is an ATV club in Northumberland County, NOW IN OUR NINTH YEAR, with over 310 kilometers of trails to enjoy. The club presently has over 140 members and is growing strong. Come explore and be part of the club.

  

Between Lake Ontario and the Trent-Severn Waterway is Northumberland’s four season outdoor wonderland and Northumberland is also part of the Central Ontario Loop Trail which brings five counties together to form one large trail.