Categories: Planning & Development
Posted On: March 4, 2021
Hastings County Council is pleased to announce that Eastern Ontario Trails Alliance (EOTA) and the Ontario Federation of All-Terrain Vehicles (OFATV) signed a Memorandum of Understanding regarding the use of Hastings County Trails.
This agreement applies to the Hastings Heritage Trail which extends from the Trent River in the south, to Lake St. Peter in the north, and also applies to the Trans Canada Rail trail that stretches across Hastings County east to west.
This will benefit both local and visiting riders while providing a significant economic boost to the tourism industry in Hastings County.
We want to thank EOTA and OFATV for their collaboration on this agreement to allow riders expanded opportunities to ride in eastern Ontario.
“This agreement will ensure that people holding a pass from either organization will be able to ride the recreational trails in Hastings County,” said Rick Phillips, Warden of Hastings County.
“We are excited that ridership on our trails will be expanding so that more people from across our province have the opportunity to experience and explore Hastings County and all of the wonderful amenities our County offers.”