3 Great Trails to Explore by ATV this Fall in Eastern Manitoba

The Eastern Manitoba wilderness, with its abundance of wildlife and natural beauty, is a key attraction for today’s ATV riders. Eastern Manitoba ATV associations are working hard to create an ATV culture that respects the land and promotes safe, responsible and family oriented ATV riding.

To experience and explore the beauty and thrills of an ATV adventure, try one of these three Eastman Trails. You will have the privilege of riding with a respectful group of ATV’ers who will ensure your guidance and safe return.

Sunrise Corner

With hundreds of kilometres of designated and maintained trails through Woodridge Provincial Park, Sandilands Provincial Forrest, heading out to Sunrise Corner is an absolute must for ATV Riders this fall. Experience the thrill of adventure for hours while exploring the wilderness in this corner of our province.

Sunrise Corner has two amazing trails for you to enjoy and 5 great communities that offer everything else from lodging to great places to eat and fuel, or just relax by taking in the sites for a couple of days.

Little Big Foot Trail

Location: Woodridge Manitoba in Woodridge Provincial Park
Staging Area: Main Market Road
Length: 75 Km loop
Difficulty: Moderate
Time to Complete: 4.5 hours
Maintained by Woodridge ATV Sandhogs

Eastman ATV Trail

Location: Hadishville, Manitoba in the Sandilands Provincial Forrest
Staging Area: Dawson Road 
Length: 56 Km loop
Difficulty: Moderate
Time to Complete: 3.5 hours
Maintained by Eastman ATV Association 


Enjoy a wonderful assortment of trails throughout the area.  This region captures a wide array of picturesque trails in the beautiful Belair Forest and access to the outstanding east beaches area and includes endless sandy forest trails and some former rail line corridors.  The region is also known for its many world-class beaches and Provincial Parks in the including Victoria Beach, Hillside Beach, Albert Beach, Lester Beach and Grand Beach.

North Star Tail

Location: Stead, Manitoba in the Belair Provincial Forrest
Staging Area: PR 304 and Rd 44E
Length: 56 Km loop
Length: 40 Km
Difficulty: Easy
Time to Complete: 2.5 hours
Maintained by: Belair ATV Club