Algoma Sno-Plan Affiliation – As a professionally operated snowmobile organization, the Algoma Sno-Plan Affiliation exists to support and coordinate the trail operations mandate of local snowmobile clubs by providing a business-oriented approach and structure that maximizes resources, grows the revenue/funding base and enables club volunteers to focus on trail maintenance.
Almaguin District Snowmobile Club – The Almaguin District Snowmobile Club is Ontario’s ultimate snowmobile destination. ADSC members strive to make the Almaguin Highlands the ultimate in snowmobiling – and they succeed.
Blue Mountain Snowdrifter’s Snowmobile Club – Snowmobile in Collingwood, Stayner, Creemore, Singhampton, Wasaga, Ontario, District 8, OFSC
Calabogie & District Snowmobile Club – We celebrated our 25th Anniversary in 1997 and became incorporated in 1985. Our Club grooms over 200 km. of trails and hosts many events like our Annual Poker Run, Radar Runs and our Annual Hill Climb.
Central Ontario Region Snowmobiling Association
– The Central Ontario Snowmobile Region is only an hour from Toronto located in Durham Region. The five-member clubs of CORSA groom and maintain over 650 km of Southern Ontario’s best snowmobile trails with a fleet of modern equipment.
DunAhmic Snow Riders
– Our trails are always in great shape (weather permitting), so come North and experience a fabulous weekend riding Dun-Ahmic Trails. Centrally located to 1/2 hr car ride east of Parry Sound, 1/2 hr. to Sunridge and a one hr drive from Huntsville.
Durham Residence and Conference Centre
– We offer spacious, comfortable suites, complimentary continental breakfast, free local calls, cable television and more! All at great rates. Call today to book your reservation 905-728-8700.
Ganaraska Snowmobile Club
– The Ganaraska Snowmobile Club(GSC) is located in Southern Ontario between highways 35/115 in Orono and highway 28 in Bewdley. We’re only an hour East of Toronto. A member of the Central Ontario Region Snowmobile Association (CORSA) and the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC).
Georgian Bay Snowriders
– Our Mission Statement: To provide quality, well-maintained Snowmobile Trails for O.F.S.C Members and to promote Winter Tourism in our community.
Glencoe & District Snowmobile Club
– Welcome to the Glencoe & District Snowmobile Clubs Web Site. Here you’ll find out the happenings for our area and be able to find us and our Trail system. We’ve got an interesting site so, take your time and look around, please sign our guest book and leave your comments on our site or if you have been on the trail system let us know what you think.
Hill and Gully Riders Snowmobile Club
– The scenic trails of the Hill and Gully Riders (HGR) Snowmobile Club are situated in the rolling hill country of central Muskoka. This beautiful forested part of the Canadian Shield is dotted with lakes making it a destination for numerous visitors during all seasons.
Hillburgh Snow Roamers
– Welcome to the Hillsburgh Snow Roamers web site. We are located in south-central Ontario. The executive hopes that this site will enhance the snowmobiling experience for our club members and the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (O.F.S.C) permit holders on the trails of the Hillsburgh Snow Roamers (H.S.R).
Kawartha Lakes Snowmobile Club
– OFSC 2005 Club of the Year. We are located in The City of Kawartha Lakes, only 1.5 hours North/East of Toronto. We have 166 km. of scenic trails including 53 km. of the Victoria Rail Line known as the Victoria Recreation Corridor. Our trails border some of the most popular lakes and rivers in the Kawarthas: the Burnt River, Balsam Lake, Cameron Lake, and Sturgeon Lake. After spending a day on our trails you may never want to leave us!
Kingston and Pembroke Snow Trails Association
– This Club is located in the western boundary of the township of Lanark Highlands near the village of Snow Road. It was established in 1976 as a meeting place for the community. Since then it has grown and provides a lot for the community.
Klondyke Trail Groomers
– Klondyke Trail Groomers are located in the middle of Grey & Bruce Counties. Our trail links to Owen Sound, South Grey, Shelburne, Osprey, Meaford & Chesley. We have been in operation since the early ’70s, first as a member of OFSC then later joining OTBA. However, due to the amalgamation of OTBA & OFSC, we then became under the OFSC umbrella.
Maple Leaf Snow Skimmers
– Bancroft and area snowmobile club. The website includes permit purchasing, trail conditions, weather conditions and more.
Mazinaw Powerline Snowmobiling Club
– This club is maintaining and grooming about 400 km of trails, located halfway between Ottawa and Peterborough. Many clean lakes and the thousands of acres of Crown land make this a perfect spot to get away from everything. Check the website for regular trail condition updates.
Mid-Ontario Snowmobile Trails
– Mid Ontario Snowmobile Trails is a group of volunteer-run snowmobile clubs. Our trail system from West to East starts southwest of Collingwood west of a little place called Feversham, that Osprey Snowhawks call home.
Near North Snowdrifters
– Sundridge/North Bay area Snowmobile club. Maps, trail conditions, permits, photos, GPS data, and rental info.
Near North Trail Association
– Whether you are a day-tripper or a long distance traveler the Near North Trail Association has 3500 km of beautiful scenic trails, groomed and ready to suit every rider’s needs or abilities. The Near North Trail Association is comprised of 12 snowmobile clubs spanning from Mattawa in the east, the French River to the west – Temagami to the north and as far south as Burks Falls.
New Dundee Snowmobile Club
– Located near Kitchener and a member of the GTSA. Visit our clubs bulletin board which also includes the Ontario Snowmobiling Forum message board
Northern Corridor Du Nord Snowmobile Association
– The Northern Corridor is a member of the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs more commonly known as the OFSC. Our main purpose is to maintain the highest quality of snowmobile trails in the district.
Ojibway Power Toboggan Assoc.
– The Ojibway Power Toboggan Association is situated in Ontario’s Sunset Country and is a volunteer organization that maintains snowmobile trails in the Sioux Lookout area and promotes safe snowmobiling by providing training courses and keeping trails in good condition.
Old Hastings Snowmobile Club
– The Old Hastings Snowmobile Club started out by utilizing volunteers to build and maintain the trail system and to this time the grooming and trail maintenance is still done by volunteers.
Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs
– We are dedicated to providing strong leadership and support to member clubs to establish and maintain quality snowmobile trails which are used in a safe and environmentally responsible manner to further the enjoyment of organized snowmobiling.
Orangeville Snowmobile Club – The Orangeville Snowmobile Club is located in District 4 in Southern Ontario. We are a member of the Huronia Snowmobile Southern Zone and part of the B109 Trail System. Our members help take care of over 200 km of well-marked trails.
– Paudash Trail Blazers has computerized their membership/landowner databases, introduced a toll-free 1 800 number, entered the world of the Internet with their own web page and Email and is continually upgrading their grooming equipment.
Prostate Extreme Team
– The Prostate Extreme Team is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness and funding for prostate cancer research by holding three events each year. Our “Snow Ride of Hope” in February, our “Bike Ride of Hope” in June and our “ATV Ride of Hope” in Oct.
Rideau Ridge Riders
– Come and enjoy snowmobiling in the heart of the Rideau Lakes, Ontario, Canada! The Rideau Ridge Riders boast a membership of 400 members from Ontario and the USA and maintain 224 km of scenic trails.
Rideau Snowmobile Club
– The Rideau Snowmobile Club grooms and maintains 160 kilometers of snowmobile trails in the mostly rural area southwest of the old city of Ottawa. New city boundaries mean all but 25 kilometers or 16% of the system is inside the greater city of Ottawa. The Rideau River, which flows north to the locks in Ottawa, makes up our southern and eastern borders. Smiths Falls in the west, North Gower in the east and Burritts Rapids in the south can be directly accessed by our trails.
– Official homepage of the Sault Trailblazers Snowmobile Club. “Sault Ste. Marie, the Snowmobile Gateway to the North.”
Science Hill Drifters
– We are located in and around St. Marys Ontario (appx 25 km north of London Ontario). Our “Tops” trail (B111) is one the most southern links to the “tops” trail system.
Southern Sno Riders
– Southern Sno Riders was established in 1994 because a few farmers recognized the ever population of snowmobile enthusiasts existing in our deep southern Lake Erie area. Everyone was riding every which way and even loose on private property. Thus for the safety of everyone especially our children we all decided organization was greatly required.
Strathroy Sno Blizzards
– The Strathroy Sno Blizzards’ Clubhouse is located west of Strathroy. There is ample room for parking, washrooms and the clubhouse. The clubhouse contains a woodstove which may be used to warm up.
Sunset Trail Riders
– The Sunset Trail Riders are located in Kenora, Ontario. Tata – District 14
– The Beautiful Eastern Association of Snowmobile Trails is made up of Volunteers from 4 local clubs most familiar to people as Ashton District Snowmobile Association (ADSA), Stittsville & Dwyer Hill Snowmobile Association (SDHSA), Rideau Snowmobile Club (RSC) and Richmond Snow Rovers (RSR).
– Tread Lightly! is a nonprofit organization that can give you tips on how to minimize your impact on the environment while snowmobiling.
Twin Mountains Snowmobile Club
– The Twin Mountains Snowmobile Club is based in Bobcaygeon Ontario. Bobcaygeon is located on three beautiful islands between Sturgeon and Pigeon lakes, both major lakes in the Trent Severn waterway. Bobcaygeon is 90 minutes from Metro Toronto and 30 minutes from both Lindsay and Peterborough.
– Valley Trailmasters is a member of the Sudbury Trail Plan & Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs.
Warwick Snowmobile Club
– Welcome to the Warwick Snowmobile Club website. Our club was formed in 1971. We now have over 162 km of trails beginning in Wyoming and taking you to Forest, Watford, Arkona and joining to Strathroy and Pineridge trails.
West Nipissing Snowmobile Club
– A weekly trails report, club event, and as a club information tool to our members on what is going on in West Nipissing.