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Stewardship Days demonstrate OHV users’ care for the environment
Annual events dedicated to building and maintaining Alberta’s multi-use trail networkRead More...
Be Safe. Be Responsible. Be Respectful. Be Courteous
AOHVA Campaign promotes OHV rider etiquette while enjoying Alberta’s natural landscapesRead More...
AOHVA reminds all OHV users that safety is a top priority
Information, Safety and Education Programs available to riders of all agesRead More...
Alberta introduces OHV Helmet Law May 15, 2017
As of May 15, 2017, CSA-compliant helmets must be worn by OHV users when riding on public land. Public land means Crown land, including areas that have been designated for public OHV use, public roadway and highway rights-of-way.Read More...
Road and Trail Closures
The Waiparous Creek Bridge Project (Ghost Public Land Use Zone, PLUZ) will be constructed in the summer of 2017. Recreational users should be aware of changes to this area, including road and recreational trail closures; effective May 10, 2017 – August 30, 2017.Read More...
AOHVA makes formal submission to Alberta Environment and Parks; Castle Parks Draft Management Plan
The NDP Government is currently enacting the biggest change to land use in the province in 30 years. With that in mind, AOHVA took the opportunity to provide the government with some important insight and information.Read More...
ACESS submits proposal for Castle Draft Management Plan
The Alberta Committee for Eastern Slopes Stewardship (ACESS) has prepared this proposal for a model of open camping within the Castle Parks area.Read More...
The Alberta Off-Highway Vehicle Association, known simply as the AOHVA, was created over 30 years ago by a diverse group of off-road enthusiasts concerned about the lack of a united front to represent the interests of off-road motorcyclists and ATV riders throughout the province of Alberta. Since that time, the AOHVA has developed and maintained an on-going working relationship with the provincial government and local municipalities across the province.
The Alberta Off-Highway Vehicle Association is a key player in land access plans all around the province, and works with local area off-road clubs, other interested organizations, and government agencies to retain and maintain riding areas for current and future off-road motorcyclists and ATV and UTV (side by side) enthusiasts.
As increasing pressure is put upon our outdoor activity, it is very important that ALL off-road motorcyclists, ATV and UTV riders become part of the solution to create sustainable single track and multi-use trails throughout Alberta.
Membership in your local AOHVA affiliated club will help to ensure your opportunity to ride in Alberta.