Click here to learn about and gain access to Ontario's only province-wide snowmobile trail reference tool which provides real-time trail status and information on trail accessible services, fuel and other points of interest.
Notice for a legally compliant snowmobiler to access and Ontario Prescribed Snowmobile Trail is provided through Trail Status Reports as last known to the applicable snowmobile club and illustrated in the online Interactive Trail Guide.
OFSC Prescribed Snowmobile Trails are subject to laws under Motorized Snow Vehicles Act (MSVA). As a snowmobiler in Ontario, you are responsible to know and understand the laws before you head out on the trails.
From what is classified as a "Motorized Snow Vehicle" to permits to young driver training and licensing, we encourage all Ontario snowmobilers to familiarize themselves and their family members with the laws applicable while on the trails each winter.
OFSC Prescribed Snowmobile Trails are maintained by local snowmobile clubs and patrolled by the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), Municipal Police Services and Conservation Officers.
In addition to knowing the laws, there are helpful tips and best practices to ensure the safest ride possible for you and your family.
From trailering tips to riding at night to ice travel to what you should carry with you at all times, the Go Safe 'Ride Guide' is full of information to help you learn the basics or refresh your skills.
Click here to visit the ISMA Safe Riders Safety Awareness Program which provides basic essentials about snowmobile safety to improve your knowledge about safe snowmobiling practices.