the Stoney Lake SnoRiders Snowmobile Club

The Stoney Lake Snoriders snowmobile club maintains of Ontario’s most beautiful trails from Stoney Lake in the South, to Apsley in North. We connect to Paudash S.C. in the north, Havelock S.C. in the East and Old Hastings S.C. in the north east.

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WHAT IT TAKES To Make Trails Ready To Ride...
Frost in ground for a solid trail base, help snow stay and protect the trail surface.

Always check the OFSC Interactive Trail Guide (ITG) for the latest trail status before riding any OFSC trail and do not enter any OFSC trail showing RED.
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A big shout out to thank all the volunteers of the many Ontario Snowmobile Clubs! @gosnowmobilingontario We are all so grateful for your hard work! Enjoy the thrill of every jump, dip and turn even more knowing you’re protected. Call Marliese 705-999-1776 or email mmaron@allstate.ca to discuss customized protection plans and compare rates and features! I am here to help you enjoy with peace of mind! www.facebook.com/MMaronAllstate

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Can't wait for the snow to begin❄❄❄❄☃️⛄

It may be the middle of the summer, but we have some exciting snowmobiling news to share! The OFSC is pleased to announce the re-appointment of Ryan Eickmeier as Chief Executive Officer, commencing on July 5, 2021. In his previous tenure with the OFSC, Ryan was instrumental in advancing numerous programs and services critical to our clubs, snowmobilers, partners, and the long-term sustainability of Ontario’s premier winter recreation activity.

“It is an exciting time to be returning to the role of CEO with the OFSC. We have the unique privilege of being stewards of this sport, and the focus of our team will be to continue engaging and supporting the grassroots to help shape the future of organized snowmobiling in Ontario." says Eickmeier regarding his recent appointment. ”Our clubs have weathered the pandemic remarkably well, which is a testament to the strength and resilience of our volunteers. We can now turn our attention to the upcoming season and delivering a world-class experience."
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