PTBO Trails ATV Club

Phone : (705) 927-6646
Phone : (705) 639-1727
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Your Host(s) : Trevor Pewtner

Havelock, ON (Nearby: Trent River, Norwood, Hastings, Campbellford, Marmora)

P.O. Box 457
Havelock, Ontario
K0L 1Z0

Ontario Tourism Region : Kawartha and Northumberland

Description From Owner:
  • We represent the interest of riders in Peterborough County
  • We became incorporated as a Non Profit Organization in March 2009.
  • To promote the safe and proper operation of ATVs.
  • To organize social events
  • To be an Active member of the Eastern Ontario Trail Alliance
  • To develop and maintain a trail system within Peterborough County
  • To work with local governments to develop by-laws allowing for operation of ATVs on community roads

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Fred Bagshaw on 15-Nov-23
Mid week riders going out to Tweed to Tim’s and back starting at County Road 50. @ 10am on Wednesday November’s a good safer ride then going north during the two weeks deer season. Always a good time to ride.

Fred Bagshaw on 08-Nov-22
Mid week riders was at Nephton mines on Sunday everyone had a blast riding mostly back trails total of 15 machines and fantastic weather 7hrs and 30km of fun and play you never know what you see on the trails

Goriding on 05-Nov-21
Here's a post from Ms Coleman-Sad that's too good to be buried in the comments of a thread. We've all come across horse riders in the forest before so here's what it's like from their perspective and how to best approach the situation. 'First if all....horses can HEAR you LONG before they see you. They are already on edge in anticipation....... Our biggest fears are being approached from behind, where we are less likely to see you. A horse is very likely to react at this time. Also, the leader of the horse group will serve as the one to 'approach' or 'block' incoming riders to be made aware of the herd. We ask that you STOP and pull over, KILL the engine, REMOVE your helmets and TALK to us.....horses need to know you are humans and not a threat to them. Horse behaviour can be a domino effect. A horse spooked can trigger the herd. Dangerous to rider, horse and yourselves, with ORV. The last rider of the horse group will serve same function as leader, depending on which direction ORV is coming from. Lastly, give us time to leave the scene safely. Dont rev engines or take off mach 1 speed. Give us 3-5 mins if in a large group. Also, team leader will gesture to you what we need to be safe. Remember......our goal is to let you get on with your ride. Each and every one of us thanks you for considering the power of these grand animals. We wish you the best with your rides, and we are all in it to have fun!

amidweekrider Trent Hills, Canada on 06-Nov-20
The PTBO County Trails ATV Club found this quaint little place in Coe Hill quite by accident and we were so happy we did. Considering it is in a small town, the food was the best. Arrived at 11.30AM- 8 of us and ordered a all day breakfast that was just great. By 12.15 the place was full with no tables left empty. Obviously lots of people KNOW this location is both good food and also easy on your wallet. No doubt about it we will be making this one of our stops when we are in the area.

William Kelly on 21-Feb-16
I am interested in your club ,I,ve been atv'n for 15/20 years and own a 2015 canam. I would like to have a copy of the trails for this club, is that possible ? Thank you Bill kELLY

Cole ten Doeschate on 16-Sep-13
The havelock district atv club is amazing! You have so much fun. Talking to people, learning new Trails and just ATVing! I have gone twice on my 250cc Honda and it made it though. I had NO complaints and you get to do so much and do so much. The last run ( poker run) was really nice. Compliments to all at the club and really nice job. Five stars. *****

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Off the beaten track:
  • Trent River, 4km
  • Rush Point, 5km
  • Ashby Mill, 6km
  • Preneveau, 6km
  • Blairton Station, 6km
  • Chase Corners, 7km
  • Round Lake, 10km
  • Woodland, Havelock area, 8km
  • Westview, 10km
  • Connellys, 10km
  • Kellers, 9km
  • Freeman Corners, 9km
  • Healey Falls, 10km
  • Rockdale, Marmora area, 11km
  • Sunnybrae, 12km
  • Blairton, 10km
  • Stanwood, 11km
  • Crowe Bridge, 12km
  • West Corners, 15km
  • Centre Dummer, 12km
  • Cordova Mines, 14km
  • Godolphin, 17km
  • Allan Mills, 13km
  • Oak Lake, Havelock area, 18km
  • Pethericks Corners, 15km
  • South Dummer, 15km
  • Rylstone, 15km
  • Brickley, 21km
  • Vansickle, 21km
  • Cottesloe, 16km
  • Meyersburg, 22km
  • Burnbrae, 19km
  • Percy Boom, 23km
  • Westwood, Hastings area, 19km
  • Clarina, 20km
  • Stonyridge, 21km
  • English Line, 21km
  • Dartford, 24km
  • Kasshabog Lake, 23km
  • Menie, 20km
  • Crowes Landing, 20km
  • Nephton, 23km
  • MacDonald Bay, 25km
  • Birdsalls, 22km
  • Warkworth, 26km
  • Gilchrist Bay, 20km
  • Cameron, 21km
  • Shanick, 23km
  • Marmora Station, 20km
  • Norham, 27km
Nearby Lakes:
  • Round Lake, 7km
  • Beloporine Lake, 7km
  • Belmont Lake, 8km
  • Seymour Lake, 8km
  • Lost Lake, 8km
  • Lost Lake, 14km
  • Barry Lake, 14km
  • Rotten Lake, 11km
  • Little Whitney Lake, 15km
  • Mud Lake, 13km
  • Cordova Lake, 16km
  • South Lake, 16km
  • Crowe Lake, 13km
  • Black Lake, 17km
  • Killoran Lake, 17km
  • Stevenson Lake, 18km
  • Oak Lake, 18km
  • Long Lake, 17km
  • Horse Lake, 18km
  • Lamey Lake, 19km
  • Rylstone Lake, 14km
  • Hermiston Lake, 20km
  • Blind Lake, 20km
  • O'Melia Lake, 20km
  • Sams Lake, 22km
  • Blue Lake, 23km
  • O'Reilly Lake, 22km
  • Twin Sister Lakes, 21km
  • West Twin Lake, 23km
  • McCleary Lake, 23km
  • Kasshabog Lake, 23km
  • Dartford Pond, 24km
  • East Twin Lake, 24km
  • Sawlog Lake, 22km
  • Buttermilk Lake, 22km
  • Bog Lake, 25km
  • Big Mountain Lake, 24km
  • Mud Turtle Lake, 24km
  • White Lake, 20km
  • McGinnis Lake, 23km
  • Thompson Lake, 23km
  • Bottle Lake, 26km
  • Quarry Lake, 19km
  • Duck Pond, 22km
  • Grassy Lake, 26km
  • Sandy Lake, 27km
  • Big Duck Pond, 22km
  • St. Charles Lake, 26km
  • Barrette Lake, 28km
  • Devils Lake, 28km