With majestic wilderness, pristine parklands, sparkling lakes and amazing wildlife, Manitoba is full of outdoor adventure opportunities. Along with a warm welcome, visitors will find plenty of fun things to do. ATVing is a very popular activity in Manitoba, and there are many trails for riders to choose from. Several poker derbies, rallys and jamborees are organized throughout the season—one of the largest being the St. Jean ATV Poker Derby in St. Jean Baptiste. Use this page to find more information about destinations and ATVing events in Manitoba.
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Located one hour north of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Gimli Motorsports Park is definitely motorsports central. Consisting of 235 acres, this multi-use motorsport complex boasts a quarter-mile drag strip, a two-kilometre motocross track and a 1.3-mile road racing course.
The new Portage Off Road Vehicle Club in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, is working to preserve the Portage Sandhills as a popular riding area.
Happy Pines Motocross Ranch near Steinbach, Manitoba, features a motocross track, an obstacle course, a mud pit, a kids-only riding area and a two-kilometre trail. It is owned by Brad and Valerie Irvine.
The South Interlake ATV (SIATV) Club is home to the first and currently only designated ATV trail in Manitoba.
Currently, the province of Manitoba only has one official ATV trail. The ATV Association of Manitoba is working hard to change that.
Enjoy Lake Winnipeg or take in the action at two different tracks during a family vacation in historic Gimli, Manitoba.
Rayanne Chev grew up quadding in Manitoba’s North, right on the lake in Flin Flon. She has also ventured out into the bush hunting and fishing for over 25 years.
RidersWest profiles some of the top things to do and events to attend in Manitoba for ATV or dirt bike riders.
Big things on the side of the highway are as Canadian as the ox cart, the beaver and the Canada goose—all of which can be seen along the highways and byways of Manitoba.
St. Jean Baptiste’s 7th Annual ATV Poker Derby was a big hit, drawing a large crowd and raising thousands of dollars.
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