June 21, 2024

Forest fire ban in effect for NB.

A forest fire ban is currently in effect for the entire province of New Brunswick.

Please click here to see the NB Fire Index and for information on how to report a forest fire

Furthermore, we recommend that you use extreme caution if you go riding in the forest during this heatwave.  Please follow the suggestions below:

  • Before you leave, please check the Forest Fire Index.
  • Some areas may have been closed off by Forestry companies or Crown land. Get informed before you leave.
  • Let people know where you are going.
  • Make sure your cell phone is fully charged.
  • Bring a fire extinguisher with you in case of fire.
  • Have a folding campfire shovel with you to smother any fires.
  • Bring a first aid kit with you. They don’t cost much and they can save a life.
  • Bring some clean drinking water with you to stay hydrated.
  • Please do not smoke in the forest or near grassy areas. (And if you ARE going to smoke, then at least bring a bottle of water to put your cigarette butts in.)
  • PLEASE STAY ON THE TRAIL. Do not ride on the grass in this heat. Any grass that sticks to your muffler, can catch on fire and set forest fires.  Even just riding over dry grass can set sparks and cause flames.
  • Make sure your quad’s muffler is in good working order, especially if it’s equipped with a spark arrestor.
  • Please bring a garbage bag with you, and bring back any garbage you see lying around.

Thank you for your understanding, and stay safe.


Jacques Poirier, General Manager



Club Admin


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