the Havelock & District Snowmobile Club

We have some of the most exhilarating trails you will find anywhere and would love to share them with you!

Our Club is a proud member of the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC). We would like to welcome all snowmobilers and visitors to the Havelock/Belmont/Methuen area. Consider becoming a member and reap the benefits of belonging to one of the first and oldest organized snowmobile clubs in the province.

We invite you to join us for fun-filled sledding adventures. Want to interact with other club members/executive and other riders? Arrange rides, ask about trails, share Havelock & District snowmobiling news, photos, and information? Join our Facebook or follow us on Twitter or Instagram!… Happy snowmobiling!

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HDSC will be at Celebrate Havelock, Saturday May 7th 9am to 4pm, HBM Community Centre 39 George St. There will be 70+ vendors, food, activities for kids and a silent auction. Hope to see you there! ... See MoreSee Less

HDSC will be at Celebrate Havelock, Saturday May 7th 9am to 4pm, HBM Community Centre 39 George St.  There will be 70+ vendors, food, activities for kids and a silent auction. Hope to see you there!Image attachmentImage attachment

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gotta luv those Mid Weak Jammers !

3 CHEERS for VOLUNTEERS! This National Volunteer Week (April 24-30), join us in celebrating all the snowmobile enthusiasts who selflessly carry on the volunteering tradition to deliver the trail network we have enjoyed for over 60 years. And salute those who helped build the legacy over many years. Read about the volunteer tradition at www.ofsc.on.ca/trailside-talks/celebrating-our-volunteer-tradition/
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If you are or know an ATV Rider, please pass along this message.
We’ve been notified again that some ATV riders found a way around a closed gate onto private property. Please respect all closed gates on all OFSC snowmobile trails and stay out! All these gates have “Private Property, No Trespassing signs”, they are put there to keep people and ORV out, if ATV riders keep crossing privately own property they can and will be charged.

Please read the “OFSC and OFATV Advocate No Riding on Private Land Without Landowner Permission”.
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If you are or know an ATV Rider, please pass along this message.
We’ve been notified again that some ATV riders found a way around a closed gate onto private property.  Please respect all closed gates on all OFSC snowmobile trails and stay out!  All these gates have “Private Property, No Trespassing signs”, they are put there to keep people and ORV out, if ATV riders keep crossing privately own property they can and will be charged.

Please read the “OFSC and OFATV Advocate No Riding on Private Land Without Landowner Permission”.

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The land owner should not have to Do anything but I have seen signs on road allowances and on Crown land known where you ride and respect private land land owners respect that you Don't own road allowances nor Crown land

Assholes

curious, why do the SNOWMOBILE clubs get notified about ATV'ers trespassing and have threats of SLED trails closing ?? Seems weird, be like cops coming to my house and saying if my neighbor commits a crime " I'M " going to jail ! Seriously, why would the landowners call sled people to complain about ATV people trespassing and ruining property, put up trail cams and call the cops not snowmobile clubs !

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