Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Are your trails on public land?
A: No, TTATV trails are on privately owned land. Only a member in good standing may ride the trails, all others are considered to be trespassing.
Q: How do I become a member of the TTATV?
A: Complete a questionnaire (form) and attend a club meeting. The meeting location, date and time is listed on our website. You must be approved by the club executive before being allowed to join. New members have a 6 month probation period.
Q: How much is a membership and how long is it valid for?
A: A membership costs $120 which is valid from May 1st until April 30th the following year.
Q: How much is a membership if I have multiple family members who would like to join?
A: The TTATV offers a family pass which is $240, this includes four family members who all live in the same household.
Q: Do I need a drivers licence and insurance to ride the trails?
A: Yes, a valid drivers licence and valid insurance are both required. Members <16 are accepted with a family membership, however those members are not allowed to ride on or cross any roadways.
Q: If I have a membership can I lend my ATV to a friend to ride the trails?
A: No, the membership is per person not per ATV.
Q: Can I bring a passenger on the trails?
A: Members may register one passenger per membership and this person is not permitted to drive but only to be a passenger. Passengers may only ride on an official factory designed two up machine - after market products are strictly forbeidden for use on the trails.
Q: What does the TTATV expect of a member?
A: The TTATV expects its members to ride responsibly, to obey the club rules, to respect the landowner property and to be engaged in the club. This means attending work days and monthly meetings. The TTATV is a volunteer organization and without volunteers the TTATV would not have trails.