Welcome Okanagan Trail Riders !
Aspen Update May 20th
As of Thursday am, Burke and Hidden Lake campsites full and Aspen has 4 sites left this morning.
Warning! starting May 10 there will be active logging within the Bear Creek Recsite and trail system in the Blue Grouse and Aspen areas. Please avoid any trails with signs of forestry activity.
Early season conditions exist please use extreme caution while riding and tread lightly.
For the most up to date info please check with the site host prior to riding
Okanagan Trail Riders Association
Welcome to the website of the Okanagan Trail Riders Association, a group of motorcycle and ATV enthusiasts who are protecting your opportunity to ride in the Okanagan Valley. Efforts by club members have secured your access to riding areas that were disappearing. The Bear Creek OHV riding area is now designated as a motorized recreation area which is recognized and administered by the Province of British Columbia.
Bear Creek OHV Trail System
The area encompasses over 85,000 acres of designated riding area and features 350 kms of planned trails for off road motorcycle and ATV’s. The environmentally sustainable world class trail system is safe, easy to navigate, well maintained and enjoyable for all levels of riders from Peewee to Expert.
The Bear Creek Rec Site
The Bear Creek Rec Site area also offers 30 dry campsites currently at no charge to riders. The sites are traditional BC Rec campsites with fire rings and picnic tables. Conveniently located within the trail system with ride in and ride out access.
To be a world-class OHV area with a trail system that is safe, sustainable, easy to navigate, well maintained and enjoyable for all types and levels of riders.
OTRA'S MISSION STATEMENT
To be a financially sustainable organization that is responsible for the stewardship of the Bear Creek OHV area and to support a club of trail riding enthusiasts that fosters an environment that the club community can grow and flourish.