About Our Club
In the mid-2000s the local clubs in Notre-Dame, St-Antoine, Cocagne, and Weisner, joined together to become the UNITED ATV CLUB. Since then, we continue to grow as we strive to enhance the experience of our members. Since then, we have grown to also cover the areas of St-Thomas, Saint-Paul, and Lakeside.
NB ATV Trail Permits
Trail permits are required for the use of all Managed ATV Trails in New Brunswick. This includes the United ATV Trails. These permits are good for all ATV Club Trail Systems under Quad NB. Identifying our club during your purchase will provide our club with important funds to maintain and expand our trail system.
2020 United ATV Annual General Meeting
Due to COVID-19, we are limited on the amount of members that can attend the AGM. If you would like to attend, please register below. The date is scheduled for December 6th at 7pm. Location to be determined based on the number of registered attendees. Click here to register
2021 Trail Permits
Groomed Pass (Full Year): $96 +tax
Non-groomed Pass (Now until end of 2020): $46 +tax
Youth Pass (Ages 6-15): $26 +tax
Week Pass: $25 +tax
Day Pass: $15 +tax
Permits are available at:
Notre Dame: Notre Dame Express
Saint Paul: Hilltop Variety
Service NB locations. Although purchasing at SNB is an option, our club will lose a portion of the funds that will be kept by them. If you do chose this option, please indicate Club # 25.
Youth, Week and Day passes are only available locally
What's the Best About Our Club?
Hundreds of kilometres of trails that highlight the amazing forests, rivers, and majestic coastal scenery during the summer where various animals and birds can be seen in their natural environments.
With the abundant heated camps offering food and music across 117 kilometres of groomed trails during snow season, we have the ultimate winter pass-time.
What's Going On?
Our club is well known for fun and well organized events such as the "Amazing Race" and Poker Runs
John's Camp: This camp is in the Notre-Dame area. They host musical events with food from time to time. When there are no events, it is open as a shelter. Please keep the washroom door shut so the pipes won't freeze during the winter.
Check his schedule here John's Camp.
Please respect both camps as they are providing us with great service and a place to get warmed up. Support the camps as much as possible in order for them to be profitable and remain open.