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This very popular well-known trail has been used for many years by all kinds of groups. In 2008, tire manufacturer BF Goodrich awarded it the status of “Outstanding Trail”.

Green’s Mountain near Gooderham, Ontario, is one of this provinces heavily used trails with awesome obstacles and breath taking views.

Near Bobcaygeon, Ontario is a private plot of land that Phil and his family open up for fine four-wheeling fun organized by Chatham United Jeep Club.

Hells Trail runs up the east side of Lingham Lake from the Hydro Line north to Weslemkoon Rd. 

The Lingham Hydro Line runs from Hwy 62 to Hwy 41. The hydro line is very long, rocky, and passable with a stock vehicle with opportunities to play on large and small rocks along the way.

Lingham is  a large uninhabited lake located East of Hwy 62 and north of the Belleville/Madoc area.  It has been accessed for years by a very rough 4×4 road from the south.

Killer Lake trail can be accessed from hydro line north of Bon Echo Provincial Park. The trail winds south from the hydro line to Killer Lake.

Camp NL is the OF4WD’s premier event. The name stems way back to the inception of the OF4WD when it was called Northern Lights Trail Rider Association.

Whitefish Lake trail can be accessed from the hydro line north of Bon Echo Provincial Park. The trail winds north from the hydro line to Whitefish Lake. A great place to camp and a short run to Killer Lake.

Located west of Port Hope on Hydro property. Its all no trespassing area though.

The Northumberland County Forest offers more than 40 km of ATV trails.

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