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2022 Off-Road Vehicle (ORV) Trail Fund Recipients Announced

2022 Off-Road Vehicle (ORV) Trail Fund Recipients Announced

The BC Snowmobile Federation, in conjunction with Recreation Sites and Trails BC, ATVBC, and the BC Off Road Motorcycle Association, are please to announce the recipients of the 2022 ORV Trail Fund.

Established in 2017, the Off-Road Vehicle (ORV) Trail Fund is funded from a portion of vehicle registration fees collected by ICBC. The fund’s goal is to enhance off-road vehicle trails, providing both B.C. residents and visitors with a quality outdoor recreation experience. Motorized recreation clubs can apply for two funding categories:

  • The construction and maintenance of ORV trails
  • The support and promotion of safe and responsible ORV use.

This year, the funding will provide a total of $172, 295 towards motorized recreation projects in the province as follows:


Construction & Maintenance of ORV Trails

  • Fraser Valley Dirt Riders Association (FVDRA) FVDRA Trailhead Improvements - Learner Loop and Campground $14,634
  • Revelstoke ATV Club Sproat Lookout $7,000
  • Valemount and Area Recreation Development Associatin (VARDA) Canoe Mountain ATV and Snowmobile Trail Brushing $8,000
  • Blue River Powder Packer's Society Trail Maintenance Brushing Activities $2,100
  • Coquihalla Summit Snowmobile Club Major trail repair after 2021 flood events $17,300
  • Tabor Mountain Recreation Society (TMRS) Brushing Martin Trail $2,938
  • Burns Lake Snowmobile Club Nellian Lake Trail Maintenance $6,400
  • Merritt Snowmobile Club Prospect and Thynne Mountain Snowmobile trail Brushing and Clearing. $7,560
  • Hunters Range Snowmobile Association Trail Collect Hut Replacement $17,567
  • Powder Mountain Snowmobile & Outdoor Recreation Club Trail Maintenance & Brushing Activities $20,000


Promotion of Safe & Responsible ORV Use

  • Fraser Valley Dirt Riders Association (FVDRA) FVDRA Signage & Safety Improvements $6,532
  • Prince George Off Road Motorcycle Association PGOROMA education, responsibility, safety, wildfire-safety & environmental awareness signage $3,000
  • British Columbia Snowmobile Federation CPSP - Provincial Safety Program $16,500
  • Blue River Powder Packer's Society Way finding, Environment Stewardship Awareness, Membership Promotion $6,430
  • ATVBC Quad Riders ATV Association of British Columbia CPSP - Provincial Safety Program $16,667
  • BC Off-Road Motorcycle Association BCORMA ORM Trails and New(er) Rider Safety Education $16,667
  • Powder Mountain Snowmobile & Outdoor Recreation Club Grizzly Lake Safety Cache Construction $10,000

Congratulations to all the recipients - we look forward to watching you complete these public recreation projects over the next year.