ACTIVITIES
ATV Activity
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ATV stands for ALL TERRAIN VEHICLE which means vehicles that can cross any kind of ground.


Cha-Am ATV Park have 3 tracks.


Track A

Track A
is for practicing, learning correct driving skills, test driving and learning intensive care controlling i.e. careful use of accelerator, reducing the speed, breaking or stopping, turning, balancing, learning road signs, warnings, and directions.


Track A

Track B
is to have fun driving the ATV cars on adventurous, curving, uneven, and steep roads, which challenge your ability. To put to good use your skills gained from Track A and apply them to use on this track.


Track A

Track C
was designed to simulate cross country driving which is not difficult or too tough for new drivers. You will have a lot of fun with this track and the experiences gained from tracks A and B can be put to good use on this track.

Our ATVs are available in 150 cc., with automatic gears, which are suitable for both new drivers and experienced drivers.


There are 3 types of services for your selection:

(1) ATV. 15 Min. Track A-B       Bht. 500/person/ATV.
(2) ATV. 30 Min. Track A-B-C    Bht. 1,000/person/ATV.
(3) 1 hour off-road, country side along with our friendly guide leader (click to view clip).
      Bht. 1,800/person/ATV.

Some advices when driving ATV cars:

  • 1. Wear a helmet at all the times
  • 2. Listen carefully to the advice given before using the ATV cars.
  • 3. Press the accelerator by using your right thumb and then let the car move off slowly.
  • 4. Test the brakes.
  • 5. Control the car by using hands, arms, and shoulders, balancing body weight while driving on both straight line and curved road ways.
  • 6. Always start with Track A to understand the car first.
  • 7. Drive at an appropriate speed. On adventurous roads, drivers could lose control if they are moving too quickly.
  • 8. Put your feet on the foot rests. Do not put your feet out of the car and do not put them on the ground to balance yourself.


Guidelines whilst driving the ATV cars:

  • 1. Bags and cameras are not allowed in the cars while driving.
  • 2. Valuable belongings, wallets and purses, mobile phones, and cameras must be kept in a locker.
  • 3. No passengers are allowed except if they are small children whose height when sitting in the car is lower than drivers’ chin.
  • 4. Drivers who have difficulty controlling the cars have to call staff for some help. It might be necessary for staff to sit with the driver for giving them advice and confidence.
  • 5. Drivers must be in good health. In the case of illness, physical disability or personal issues, please consult with the staff first.
  • 6. The ATV Park is not a racing circuit. Please take this into account before using facilities.
  • 7. The actions of showing off or acting irresponsibly are not appropriate.
  • 8. Do not drive aggressively or tailgate other cars or slide the car around the bends. These actions cause damages and might result in costly bills for the driver.
  • 9. Driving and demonstrating good skills, driving politely, safely and following the guidelines are welcomed.
  • 10. Staff have the right to stop you driving in the case of disobeying instructions and the guidelines for safe use of the facilities.
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