Alberta Off-Highway Vehicle Association

Alberta Off-Highway Vehicle Association


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News & Events

Posted: Apr./08/2016
Upcoming AOHVA AGM
  • Date: Sunday, April 24th, 2016
  • Time: 12 pm – 3 pm
  • Location: Sheraton Red Deer Hotel (formerly the Capri) 3310 – 50th Avenue Boardroom #2Red Deer, AB

Please advise of your attendance so we can make the necessary refreshment and snack arrangements.

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Draft South Saskatchewan Regional Plan
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New ROV E-Course and Quiz Click Here for more information
May 7, 2013

Bighorn Trail Closure

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Upcoming AGM
  • Date: Sunday, April 28th, 2013
  • Time: 12:30 pm – 3:00 pm
  • Location: Best Western Premier Freeport Inn and Suites86 Freeport Boulevard N.E.Calgary, AB
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AOHVA Winter 2012/2013
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AOHVA Mission Statement

Mission statement:

The Alberta Off-Highway Vehicle Association is dedicated to providing safe individual and family motorized recreational opportunities in an environmentally responsible manner.


  • Respect the environment and minimize impacts.
  • Respect the rights of other users.
  • Participate in the decisions that affect our access and use of public lands.
  • Improve public understanding by addressing issues and concerns.
  • Be responsible when riding by using designated trails and minimizing impact.
  • Obey the rules and other relevant legislation.


  • We believe that majority of motorized recreationists are responsible.
  • We believe that majority of motorized recreationists respect the environment.
  • We believe that motorized recreation is a legitimate use of public lands.
  • We believe that attitudes can be changed through education.
  • We believe that users must participate in the decisions on trail use and management.
  • We believe trails can be shared by all users.
  • We believe that the motorized recreation community provides significant economic benefit to local communities.


  • We value our privilege to ride on public lands.
  • We value the natural and archaeological treasures that our great outdoors hold.
  • We value nature and respect its diversity.
  • We value clean air, water and land.
  • We place a high value on future use of trails for our children and other users