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Trail Permit

The Trail Permit can be obtained at any of the business locations listed below or through Service NB using the link:  https://www.pxw1.snb.ca/snb9000/product.aspx?productid=A001PAF0001.
 
Trail Permit Business Locations:

B&K Convenience Store, Juniper (In addition to 3 season….. one day and seven day permits available at this location)
Megs Convienence Store, Glassville
Florenceville Irving, Florenceville
Florenceville AG, Florenceville
Jenns Grocery, Coldstream
M & A Auto, Hartland
Highlift Auto Service, Jacksonville
Torque, Jacksonville
Dave’s Sports, Woodstock
Rayner’s Auto Service, Florenceville-Bristol
Service NB location

When you purchase your Trail Permit, ensure you have your make, model, year and license plate number in your possession. Skedaddle Ridge is Club # 51 on the Trail Permit Form.

Completing this Form registers your name as a member of Skedaddle Ridge Trails People Inc. and entitles you to Club benefits.

To maintain 487 kms. of Skedaddle Ridge Trails, it is imperative we grow our current membership numbers. If you know of an ATV’er who would be interested in becoming a member of Skedaddle Ridge, please ask them to complete the Trail Permit Form and identify Club #51 on the Trail Pass Form

If you or your company would like your company info listed as a Trail Permit purchase location or you wish your company logo on the Skedaddle Ridge Trails Map ($50), please contact us
E-Mail: skedaddleridgetrailspeople@gmail.com

Trail Permit Fee 2023 – 2027

Trail Permit Price Increase
The New Brunswick All-Terrain Vehicle Federation, also known as QuadNB, wishes to announce to its members that the price of the Trail Permits will increase. This is the first price increase since 2016. The increase will be in effect for the 2023 trail permits that will be on sale to the public as of October 1, 2022.

The cost, after the addition of the tax, will be a round number which will make management easier for Club vendors. In order not to increase prices too quickly, the Trail Permit fees quoted below will be for 2023 to 2025 and will increase for 2026 to 2027.

This increase was discussed at the last QuadNB Annual General Meeting in April 2022 and was voted on by representatives of all 57 quad clubs in the province. This price increase results from the rising cost of trail material maintenance done by the respective Provincial Club members and costs of required qualified contractors who must be licenced to perform specific responsibilities to ensure all trails are safe.

The following Trail Permit fees:
From 2023 to 2025 (effective October 1, 2022)
• Groomed permit: $130 (tax included)
• Non-Groomed permit: $65 (tax included)

For 2026 and 2027 Trail Permit fees:
• Groomed permit: $145 (tax included)
• Non-Groomed permit: $75 (tax included)

OTHER TYPES OF TRAIL PERMITS
From 2023 to 2027:
• Youth trail permits (ages 6 to 15): $30 (tax included)
• Daily permit: $20 (tax included)
• Weekly permit: $30 (tax included)