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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Mazinaw Powerline Snowmobile Club AGM is scheduled for Saturday November 21st @ 9am Barrie Township Hall
New executive needed
Trail Day to follow after meeting
All members welcome
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We will have Maps there. The Meeting should be over By 10:00. Then based on Numbers we will decide how to spread out.

Are you going to have Maps what areas need work as I'd like to volunteer not sure about the meeting what time is it over

Hi all some of us are working hard as usual
We are dealing with several trail closures and property owner disputes
Things are looking very bad around Cloyne for the upcoming season due to a few disrespectful trail riders
The new groomer had to be taken back to the dealer for service work and our old groomer was in need of a large service which is half done
A few of us performed maintenance and repairs to our donated storage facility for our groomers
We have lost a couple of our executive this year and are in dire need of working volunteers
There is plenty of trail work to be done for the upcoming season so
if you and a group have some free time hit a trail with trimmers and if possible chainsaws and do your part to make this season a great one
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What trails are needed to be done? I have a buddy that has a camp up that way. There’s a possibility we could come and help out for the day. Total of 4 guys with saws and bush experience. I’ll confirm with them first before I make any promises. Let me know. Thanks

I choose Mazinaw as my home club every year. I even make my friends choose Mazinaw. I do own a cottage in the area but majority of my snowmobiling is not. How about posting who the Execs are? Who is actually writing this request for help? HOW is the ATV club chipping in? I follow other members who actually take it upon them-self to host trail clean ups and I have never seen this club thank them for their work? I would like to see regular updates here as well. Sell some shirts or hats to raise money...etc etc. It may be time for some change in leadership that would get people more engaged? Just my 2 cents!

Is there going to be an organized work day, or any day can be work day? Are there any known trails that require trimming? Thanks

I am currently one of the land owners that the trail runs across. I keep my section of the trail in good condition but the worst is, i am finding people are throwing garbage, and cans off the side into the bush. We just ask be respectful please!

Just to inform you that the trail off Denbigh lake that crosses hwy 28 to the trail to Griffith is closed by landowner on the lake side. So I had to close my trail on my property as well.

Is there any way sledders can now help the situation in Cloyne?

I am available for trail mtce.

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Changing bearings and seals on the Piston Bully one side took all day ... See MoreSee Less

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Keep up the great work fellows

Nice to see something from the club

Cool. Thanks.

Andrew Ward has lost a black Panasonic Lumix camera in a case on one of the northern trails. A reward is offered. Please pm club for Andrews phone # if found. ... See MoreSee Less

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