2021-22 District and Provincial Award Winners

Finally, the first in-person OFSC Volunteer Recognition awards in over 2 years! Volunteers came together to acknowledge the dedication and valuable contributions from the 2021-22 season.  Celebrations were even more special this year as we could see all of the smiling faces and hear the sounds cheers and clapping...

Find Your District & Get Involved

Prepping over 30,000 kilometres of snowmobile trails for the coming winter is an enormous task, and every club could use some extra help. Much of their effort occurs outdoors, including installing 10s of thousands of signs & stakes; clearing, brushing and grading; repairing bridges and culverts; and carving out...

Why Being Organized Is Important

Recreational snowmobile trail riding exists in Ontario because local volunteers organized snowmobile clubs. Then on February 4, 1967, 16 clubs organized into a non-profit provincial association they named the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs. Later, the clubs also organized themselves into area associations now...

Celebrating Our Volunteer Tradition

It started before clubs, before districts and before the OFSC. It started before trails, before permits, before signage, and before grooming. It started when the only places to ride your sled were in someone’s back forty. Or along old roads. Across frozen lake. Or on squirrely trapper’s paths. It started because...

2021 Provincial and District Award Winners

Over 200 volunteers joined the OFSC’s FIRST Virtual Volunteer Recognition ceremony on November 9th to celebrate the dedication and valuable contributions of our incredible volunteers.  It was a great evening with “live” entertainment and a few special guest appearances! Please join us in congratulating all of...