the Twin Mountains Snowmobile Club

Twin Mountains Snowmobile Club was founded in 1974, and joined the OFSC in 1975. TMSC maintains approximately 140 kilometres of groomed trails in Peterborough County, just east of Bobcaygeon, Ontario.

Our trails connect to the Kawartha Lakes Snowmobile Club trails to the west, Buckhorn District Snowmobile Club trails to the east, and Haliburton County Snowmobile Association trails to the north.

TMSC’s clubhouse and groomer shed are located at 889 Bass Lake Road.  This site allows for trail access and staging, and serves as an office, and a place for meetings and club events. Gates at the clubhouse are unlocked during the snowmobile season, and the clubhouse is open and heated when our trails are open. 

TMSC currently operates one grooming unit and drag in order to provide riders with the smoothest trails possible.

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Great Job everyone! Thanks for making the trails that much better for the upcoming season!

Keep up the great work. Excited for next year to ride all the great trails!

Great work!! Excited to get out this winter to ride those trails!

Awesome news!!!!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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Awesome news!!!!

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Now if we got nearly 1/2 that snow...we'd have an awesome winter

Your club didn't have one trail to ride until 24 fridays from this Friday last year while us in the south were actually riding 18 fridays from this Friday last year....fact

Lol relish the moment

Yea, are you sure!!!!

Maybe a lot less where I am LOL

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