the Mazinaw Powerline Snowmobile Club

This website has all the information you need to snowmobile with us, trail information, how to get a permit, news & events and our contact information.

Mazinaw Powerline Snowmobile Club Inc. is a not-for-profit organization, incorporated in 1983, run by a volunteer Board of Directors.

When purchasing a trail permit from this Club you automatically become a member of this organization. As a member you have the right to vote at our Annual General meeting and you can be elected to the Board of Directors.

This Board is meeting once a month to discuss ongoing issues. If you feel that you can contribute some time and effort to this organization, please feel free to contact us!

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Congrats! Best areas to ride period.

Lots of history there. Congratulations!!!

Congrats well done

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E trail between Ferguson corners and denbigh was just destroyed by a large number of atvs/sxs’s. May need a bridge now or at least a few dump trucks of gravel to fill in the trail where they have made 4’ deep holes right on the trail. But that’s a long ways to back up a dump truck. We may need a large bucket tractor to move it there

Steve Cofield

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Hugh Marshall

Good morning members and friends. We are going to have a general meeting at the Mazinaw Lakeside Eatery located at 17370 Hyw 41 just south of Browns trailer Park on December 10 at 930am. This will be followed up by a trail cleaning day. Looking forward to seeing you all there. New volunteers always welcome. ... See MoreSee Less

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Just FYI. 2 of the volunteers that cut all the trees from the south with a excavator are BOTH in hospital. One is my father that had to go for emergency heart surgery and the other is having other issues.. these guys have kept that trail open for years and now they CANT! Please help!!

E trail between Ferguson corners and denbigh was just destroyed by a large number of atvs/sxs’s. May need a bridge now or at least a few dump trucks of gravel to fill in the trail where they have made 4’ deep holes right on the trail. But that’s a long ways to back up a dump truck. We may need a large bucket tractor to move it there

Jeff Piperni

Steve Cofield

Stephane Deschenes and Hugh Marshall

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