ATV Road Access Begins Sunday May 15, 2022

City of Corner Brook

For the information of residents: Beginning May 15, 2022, and lasting until November 15, 2022, All Terrain Vehicles will be allowed to operate on the following roadways in The City of Corner Brook:

  • Riverside Drive.
  • Main Street.
  • Herald Avenue.
  • Broadway.
  • Pier Road.
  • Paved trail between Pier Road and Griffin Drive.
  • Petries Street.
  • Hilliard’s Road.
  • West Street.
  • Park Street.
  • Confederation Drive.
  • Lundrigan Drive.

They must remain on the designated route, and restrict travel between 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. each day. An interactive map of the route and amenities can be found at

Operators must follow these guidelines in order to operate their ATV on the select routes:

  • Driver must be at least 16 years of age.
  • Driver must possess a driver’s license.
  • Driver must possess liability insurance.
  • Driver must follow the rules outlined in the Highway Traffic Act and Motorized Snow Vehicle & All-Terrain Vehicle Act.

Rules of the road for ATVs:

  • 40km/hr on paved roadways.
  • 20km/hr on pathways.
  • No modifications to mufflers to make it sound louder.
  • Yield right-of-way to other vehicles and pedestrians.
  • Dirt bikes, trikes, and other 2-3 wheeled motorized vehicles are prohibited.

ATV Operators can apply for a special permit so they can access designated routes from their homes. The form is available online at Due to the large volume of permit applications early in the season, please allow 5-7 business days for your application to be processed. People with a 2021 Permit can continue to use those for the 2022 season so long as they do not have a new vehicle, need a new route nor have new riders which must be added. If these details must be changed, please proceed through the regular permitting process.

If an ATV operator comes up on a bicycle rider, runner or walker, they must wait until it is safe to pass and then do so with at least one metre of space. If a car comes up on an ATV operator, they must wait until it is safe to do so and then pass with at least one metre of space.