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ATVs and Off-Roading

Municipality of Chester

If your aim is off-roading – you’ve come to the right place. There are many routes to take in the Municipality of Chester and so many beautiful spots to enjoy as you do.

Man wearing helmet on a green ATV on a dirt trail.

We are proud to be the home of the Shore Riders ATV Club – a community orientated club that works diligently on local and surrounding communities' trails - maintaining bridges, bush cutting, repairing washouts, and constantly upgrading the beautiful wood trails for everyone to enjoy. With over 8500 acres of land use agreements in addition to the acres of crow land connected to the their trails – there’s a ton to take in while your here.

ATVs lining a dirt trail surrounded by pine. Caption reads "Shore Riders ATV Club."

If your visit is during January – consider checking out the Shore Riders Annual Fish and Chips Rally.

Man and woman on an ATV off-roading wearing bright coloured protective gear and helmets.

For a complete list of and details on maps and trails visit the official site for ATVANS (All Terrain Vehicle Association of Nova Scotia).

Two men riding TAVs down a snow covered path with trees in the background.

ATVs are enjoyed year round in Nova Scotia but can be more difficult during winters. You'll find some great advice for riding ATVs in the cold and snow on

Person on ATV driving down frosted dirt path with trees surrounding them.

Please note: in Canada, ATV laws vary by province. Visit the Nova Scotia website for a complete list of Off Highway Vehicle Rules & Regulations.