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Available at Kings County Auto Parts and Adair’s Wilderness Lodge. This year you will have more choices of where to purchase your trail pass.
From our venders( Kings County Auto, Adair’s and Avid Powersports), from a Service New Brunswick office or online from Service New Brunswick.
The good news is that if you purchase your pass from one of our vendors your club gets to keep the extra money to put towards trail projects.
Also when you purchase your pass make sure you put the right club number on the form to make sure your money stays in the Sussex area.
Seeley Beach/Long Beach now off limits Got this email on 02/09/13 from Scott Keirvin, concerning Seeley Beach and Long Beach We have been receiveing a number of complaints of ORV’s accessing Seely Beach and the Long Beach area.
We know for the most part that it is not club members doing this, but I thought that I should send you an e-mail and ask if you could update your members on the area.
I have attached a couple of pictures of the signs that the Fundy Trail staff have put up marking the boundries and the areas that are within the park.
DEMO DAY Update 25/08/13 Approximately 140 people took rides. A few pains at first but were quickly ironed out, over all a good experience.
If you came to Demo Day we would appreciate your comments both good and bad and any suggestions on how to improve if we decide to do it again.
demo day Kings County Record Runs Article on SVAT Encouraging new ATV club membership By Laura Mac Innis Kings County Record PM PENOBSQUIS — When New Brunswick made it mandatory for all-terrain vehicle drivers to have trail permits, the Sussex Valley All-Terrain Vehicle Club membership went from 200 to 700 people.
The paperwork has finally come through for the Bonnell Brook trail as far as the Dick’s Lake Road.
This trail was applied for 2 years ago when DNR threatened to remove the bridge at Bonnell Brook.
Long Beach is more of a concern as there is an expansion of the park taking place and ORV’s are accessing the construction area interfering with the workers and at times entereing when there is blasting about to take place.