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All Terrain Vehicle Association of Nova Scotia, ATVANS

Halifax Regional Municipality
ATVANS is the All Terrain Vehicle Association of Nova Scotia. ATVANS represents ATV clubs across the Province. The four core objectives of ATVANS are: 1.) Educate, inform and organize ATV'ers to prese ... [ More Info ]

Annapolis County ATV & Multiuse Trails Society, ACAMUTS

Annapolis County
"Support Your Right To Ride" Come join us at one of our meetings and register! We have fun runs, socials and plan to set up some multiuse trails in the area. ... [ More Info ]

Apple Capital Heritage Trail

Berwick
The Annapolis Valley Trails System runs right through the Town of Berwick. Join us on our beautiful section, called the “Apple Capital Heritage Trail”. This 2.2 km section is a shared-use trail which ... [ More Info ]

Cornwallis River Greenway, Cornwallis River Pathways Society (CRPS)

Cambridge (Kings Co.)
Cornwallis River Greenway is a 6 km section of active-transportation trail managed by the Cornwallis River Pathways Society (CRPS). The trail runs through Coldbrook and Cambridge, Nova Scotia, along ... [ More Info ]

Mid Valley ATV Club

Margaretsville
Our Objectives: To Promote ATV Sport in Nova Scotia. To Promote good public image in regard to ATV use. To Invite members to ride their ATV while promoting safety at all times. To Establishing safe A ... [ More Info ]

Shared Use Trail, Kings County Trails Society (in cooperation with Town of Berwick and Village of Kingston)

Kings County (NS)
The Shared Use Trail covers 28+kms between Sharpe Brook in Cambridge and the Village of Kingston. It is managed by the Kings County Trail Society, excluding smaller segments managed by the Town of Ber ... [ More Info ]

Snowmobilers Association of Nova Scotia, SANS

Halifax Regional Municipality
The Snowmobilers Association of Nova Scotia (S.A.N.S.) is an incorporated non-profit association mandated to provide leadership and support to our member snowmobile clubs so that they may enjoy qualit ... [ More Info ]

South Shore Annapolis Valley Trail

Lunenburg County
The trail follows along the former Canadian National Railroad Line which previously ran from the Annapolis Valley to Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. When this trail is completed it will be 122 km long ... [ More Info ]