Snowmobiling

Ontario has the world’s largest inter-connected snowmobile trail system with more than 34,262 km of trails. Bring your sled and your family and head out on the many miles of groomed and well-marked trails in South Georgian Bay. Our region includes two Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) Districts, including District 9 and 8. Ontario law requires every recreational sled entering an OFSC Prescribed Trail to have and display a valid snowmobile trail permit. For info:  www.ofsc.on.ca.

District 8

Mid Ontario Snowmobile Trails (MOST) is an association of 5 snowmobile clubs located in District 8 of the OFSC.  Two of the Clubs in our area include:  The Blue Mountain Snowdrifters and the Wasaga Snowmobile Club.  Our area is blessed with an abundance of snow due to our close proximity to Georgian Bay, and those great North-westerly winds we receive in the winter, which create snow qualls capable of dumping huge amounts of snow.  Many sections of our trail system are multi-use.  So please be prepared to expect & respect others on the trails.  The clubs groom, brush and maintain almost 560 km of trails using a variety of industrial groomers. Contact 1-800-347-7220 or info@most.on.ca.

District 9

“Ride More, Drive Less” in OFSC District 9 with over 3700 km of groomed trails.  These trails are proudly developed, and maintained by 30 volunteer based Clubs and Associations.  View rolling rural countryside in the south, which takes you through wooded areas, open fields and small towns.  This then leads into the Niagara Escarpment which cuts across from east to west just south of Georgian Bay, then heads north along the east side of the Bruce Peninsula, and slopes down to the sand beaches along the Lake Huron shoreline.  Contact:  1-800-387-7669 or info@ofscdistrict9.ca

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