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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So true!!!

It seems that the Mattawa & Area Snowmobile Club was a victim of their own success. The Mattawa area got more early snow than anyone in the region. As always, the Club did an amazing job getting the trails prepped, ready and open in record time. Tons of work and dedication went into this. And, predictably, loads of sledders trailered to the area and enjoyed some awesome sledding. Businesses were doing well. A movement happened and many people, town folks as well, lobbied to have the trails shut down. They were successful in their efforts. However, the local sledders are also denied their enjoyment of snowmobiling in their back forty. We're glad to see that other clubs that now have enough snow to open their trails with are doing so and as such, the great people of this province who love to ride, aren't denied the opportunity to do so. Sledders, please send your love and support to the Mattawa Club and all those other clubs in the North Bay/Parry Sound Health region that have had their winter taken away. Cheers everyone! Stay safe out there. ... See MoreSee Less

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Maybe the emails and phone numbers of the decision makers should be published

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