How to become a member of The Digby County ATV Club and WHY.
Membership Membership to the club is $35, and also includes membership into The All-Terrain Vehicle Association of Nova Scotia (ATVANS) where you get a Trail pass that is good for all Nova Scotia and with a new agreement it is also good for the New Brunswick All-Terrain Vehicle Federation (NBATVF) trails. You will get 2 trail maps and a ball cap with the clubs logo on it. By being a club member you also have extra liability insurance coverage, which cover land owners and other things as well. We have our meetings on the last Thursday of the month, at the Digby Curling Club, in Digby. You do not have to have a ATV to join, we are always looking for volunteers to help out with organizing fun runs, helping to clear trails, fix bridges or to help out at one of Digby's many festivals. The Province and the ATV clubs have been working hard to make this sport a enjoyable one, come on out and see how beautiful the country side truly is by some of the people who know the back country like the back of their hand. The goal of the DCATVC is to "promote a safety culture for ATVers and a Leave the land as you found it Attitude"
Digby County has Two ATVANS Safety Council Certified All-terrain Vehicle (ATV) Safety Instructors/Chief Instructors , for more info please contact the club at email@example.com or 902-837-7228, Larry Brooks 902-245-8794 or Shelia White at 902-245-8247
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