What is OverlandNTH?

The overlanding community is spread out all over Ontario and Canada. Our purpose at OverlandNTH (“Overland North”) is to bring seasoned and new overlanders together via social media and in person for a yearly gathering.

Vendors will showcase the latest gear, equipment, tech, and merchandise, while attendees will camp, take clinics, and wander amongst hundreds of booths, rigs, and events happening on the grounds.

OverlandNTH strives to create a tight and engaged community of overlanders through local off-road groups, social media and the yearly gathering. Members will assist each other and capitalize on the growing segment here in Canada, while stressing the importance of land and trail conservation and commercially supporting those that are offering products for sale in the region.

Gathering Experience?

Camping! How could this be an overlanding event without some overnight camping and a bonfire? Bring your rig and all your gear and stay with us for a night or two, let fellow and new-to-overlanding adventurers get to see your cool setup and showcase what you’ve learned throughout your travels.

Fun! Throughout the weekend the group will have the opportunity to engage in several fun activities that will loosen the atmosphere while providing a chance to win some wicked prizes. Prizes will be given for best DIY Rig, Best Camp Set Up, Best OverlandNTH Chef!

Poker Chip Run. The group will cruise the rugged Muskoka Wilderness visiting some sites along the way. At each stop each Overlander will pick up a poker chip and back at camp the Overlander with the highest hand will win a OverlandNTH prize pack. Checkout the itinerary for more details.

Live entertainment – On Saturday night the group will enjoying the talented Dan Dwoskin of the Honeyrunners. Dan will provide some sweet sounds set in a rugged Muskoka wilderness and if you have some talent and want to take the stage, then it’s all yours… for one song! ha.


We are pleased to have selected Deerhurst Resort for our first annual event. The event will take place on Deerhurst’s decommissioned airport located off of HWY 60, 10 minutes East of the Town of Huntsville. Guests will have their own area to set up their rig to provide adequate space allowing for social distancing. The event is happening rain or shine, obviously, so come prepared to have fun in all weather.