(506) 328-7347 info@rivervalleyatv.com


The River Valley ATV Club is located in Carleton County New Brunswick and is a member of QuadNB.  Our motto is to promote safe recreational ATV use while developing and maintaining a trail system in an environmentally responsible manner. Our club is located in zone 7 of the federation in the beautiful St. John River Valley.

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New Brunswick’s Saint John River valley is full of trails to explore.

The River Valley ATV Club is a non-profit organization located in Carleton County New Brunswick. 

Our trails offer a wide range of scenery from streams, rivers, lakes, covered bridges, forest trails and open fields.  We offer safe ATV trails to all users and will address any issues or concerns of ATV enthusiasts. 

Come drive on our trails that will connect you to nature and other neighboring clubs so that you can tour in comfort or be challenged with our more robust trails.

What are you waiting for?


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To all QuadNB members: 

Please be advised that even though Maine ATV and QuadNB have agreed on
a reciprocal agreement, this agreement is not yet legally official.
The governments in both countries still need to sign off on it.  It may
only happen next year. 

A Maine ATV registration is legally required for nonresidents to
operate an ATV in the State of Maine.  Some New Brunswickers have been
riding on the trails in the state of Maine without purchasing the
proper state ATV registration.  Please be advised that doing this is
illegal and if you are caught, you will be fined.  We will let you know
when the agreement becomes official.  

In the meantime, if you plan on going for a ride with your ATV or
side-by-side in the state of Maine, please respect their laws.    

For more information on the ATV laws in the state of Maine, you can
click on the following link:  

Laws & Rules: All-Terrain Vehicles: ATV & Snowmobile: Maine Dept of
Inland Fisheries and Wildlife [1]

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