April 27, we will be having a bon fire and social gathering at Kidd Creek. About 1 km up, just past the Rod & Gun shooting range. Come when you want, anytime after 10:00 am. Bring your own smokies or hot dogs to cook on the fire! Not really a ride, but people can play around on the trails that are close by. There will still be snow higher up!
Please check the Event Calendar for details of this ride and for upcoming rides and other events!
We’d like to welcome you as a member of the
Creston Valley Quad Squad
With the ever increasing demand being placed on our backcountry resources for winter and summer recreation, coupled with the many restrictions to access such as Wildlife Act Closures, Section 58 Closures, Parks, Private Property and Leases, it is incumbent upon us as responsible ATV enthusiasts to work collectively and PROTECT OUR FREEDOM TO RIDE!
Although the farthest thing from fact, ATV riders are perceived to be the cause, and are often unjustly blamed for the decline in Wildlife populations, loss of habitat due to displacement, damage to ecosystems as well as anything else those opposed to the sport of ATVing can present to exclude us from enjoying the BC wilderness.
If we wish to continue recreating in our beautiful backcountry we must ensure that our voices are heard.
By joining a local ATV club we all have the opportunity for informed input and become part of the decision making process.
Let’s all do our part to present the true image of who Recreational ATV riders are and what our sport is all about. The Creston Valley Quad Squad believes in supporting responsible stewardship
The Creston Valley Quad Squad believes in supporting responsible stewardship
There are many benefits of being a Member, some of which are:
We now have a Video Page!
All rides and events are subject to change and/or cancellation!
The Nature Conservancy of Canada (formerly Darkwoods) is private property, and they do not allow atv's within their area!
Please respect thier wishes.