Our club at a glance
The Pictou County All-Terrain Vehicle Club (PCATV Club) was formed in Pictou County, Nova Scotia, Canada in 1995 by a group of local people who saw a need for an organized ATV group. This dream led to the formation of the Provincial body of the All-Terrain Vehicle Association of Nova Scotia, ATVANS which now has 42 clubs from all over Nova Scotia. The PCATV club has over 150 registered members.
Want to get outdoors and experience the natural beauty of Nova Scotia? Have an ATV, but no one to ride with? Love talking and learning more about the sport of ATVing? If so, our club is for you.
Welcome to the Pictou County ATV Club website!
Things we do
Our club is very busy throughout the year.
Among other things, the PCATV Club hosts a spring rally for Race on the River and a fall rally for Children's Wish.
We also have many fun runs and host various family events throughout the year (e.g., Corn Boil, Lobster Dinner, Hopewell (Pictou County, NS) Ceilidh Parade, Year End Christmas Dinner and Social).
We own and maintain two buildings located in Alma and Glencoe (Pictou County, NS) and share a third with the Pictou County Sno-Riders (PCSR) club in Trafalgar (Pictou County, NS). Glencoe is our Trail Head shelter and has a large field for parking, camping, and tenting.
Join the PCATV Club
When you join the PCATV club you will receive an ATVANS Trail Permit. You will also have the option of joining our membership email list, where we post details of upcoming ATV rides in the local area and throughout Nova Scotia. Your trail permit is valid for Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island ATV trails. New members also receive a PCATV Club plate.
Club meetings are held at 7:30 pm on the second Monday of February, March, April, May, June, September, October, and November. Meetings are held at the:
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 34 (New Glasgow)
39 N Provost St, New Glasgow, NS B2H 2N5.
All are welcome to our meetings Feel free to come to a meeting to learn more about our club. Want to become a member? It is easy. Sign up in person or online.
Sign up in person
To sign up in person, complete the membership form and bring it to a club meeting. At the club meeting you will receive an ATVANS Trail Permit and other membership items.