All Terrain Vehicles will be allowed to operate in The City of Corner Brook beginning May 15th until November 15th 2023 on designated roadways listed below. A permit is required if you are deviating from the designated route. You must remain on the designated route, and restrict travel between 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. each day. Past issued permits are still valid. If there is a change in vehicle, insurance or riders, please contact 709-637-1666 or via email at atv@cornerbrook.com.

All-terrain vehicles are permitted to travel on or along the following highways:

• Riverside Drive, west from intersection of the Northshore Highway;
• Main Street;
• Herald Avenue;
• Broadway;
• Pier Road;
• Griffin Drive;
• Petries Street (from the intersection of Curling Street to the intersection of McLeod’s Lane);
• McLeod’s Lane;
• Confederation Drive;
• Massey Drive;
• Lundrigan Drive.

All-terrain vehicles are permitted to travel on or along the following public pathways:

• Trail between the end of Pier Road and Griffin Drive.

All-terrain vehicles can travel the designated one-kilometer zone/s on the provincially owned highways as follows:

• Lewin Parkway to access the designated route of Lundrigan Drive;
• O’Connell Drive extension to access the designated route of McLeods Lane;
• North Shore Highway (Route 440) to access the Hughes Brook trailhead.

Following Section 5 of the revised City of Corner Brook Recreational Vehicle Regulation 2022, the Director or their Designate may issue a permit to operate on a roadway other than the designated route. This is for residents who live in close proximity of a route or trailhead ONLY. The program is intended to link residents on non-designated routes with the designated route as well as nearby trailheads.

To Apply for a New Permit:

  • Please complete the online form below.  The ATV Permit Application is also available at the Customer Service desk or a PDF Form can be printed here.
  • When you apply for a permit, you must identify the nearest route or trailhead in your application.  Residents who live adjacent to a route already need not apply.
  • Once your application is submitted, your proposed route will be assessed and if it meets the safety guidelines, the permit will be issued to you. Once the route is approved you may not deviate from it at any time, or risk fines as indicated in City of Corner Brook Recreational Vehicle Regulation 2022.
  • Please note: Due to the large volume of submissions for this program, getting your ATV Permit may take more time.
  • When you are advised to pick up your permit, please remember to bring the following:
    • Drivers’ licenses for ALL drivers on your application.
    • ATV Registration.
    • Proof of insurance.

Please remember that until you have received your permit, ATV access on un-designated routes is prohibited under the bylaw Recreational Vehicles Regulation 2022. Questions can be forwarded to atv@cornerbrook.com. We appreciate your patience at this time and hope you have a great season riding!

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