Cheryl Turk

May 10, 1958 – September 28, 2014
Peacefully the night of September 28th. Cheryl was one of the founders of the NDATV club, an executive performing secretarial, treasurer, membership and trail warden duties. She has been instrumental in promoting and bringing NDATV to where it is today.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Community Care Northumberland, Northumberland Hills Hospital Lion’s Chemo-Clinic or charity of your choice. You can also send your condolences at http://www.maccoubrey.com/notice/3765
The NDATV posting can be read here.
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November Ride

November 22nd @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

Meeting at the Clubhouse. Pack your lunch and dress warm.
All riders to bring a new unwrapped toy for a child or teen to be donated at Christmas.

We need to know by end of day Monday November 17th if you are planning on attending.
Please email ndatv@northumberlandatvriders.com or use our online form to sign up.

Our Sponsors

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JOIN NOW AND HELP PROMOTE SAFE RESPONSIBLE RIDING AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF A QUALITY ATV TRAIL SYSTEM “A Provincial Trail Permit is required to ride NDATV trails & in the Northumberland County Forest”

PROVINCIAL TRAIL PERMITS INCLUDE AN NDATV CLUB MEMBERSHIP AND ARE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE FROM THESE SPONSORS.

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 EIGHTH 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.