Tour Planner. - Northern Ontario Travel

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Tour Planner. - Northern Ontario Travel
Rent A Sled This Winter!
RENT A SLED & GEAR THIS WINTER:
Baysville
Baysville Marina (705) 767-3323 baysvillemarina.com
Dorset
Mountain Trout House Marina (705) 766-2292 mthmarina.com
Dorset
Old Mill Marina (705) 766-2214 oldmillmarina.ca
Durham
Homestead Resort 1-800-380-6776 homesteadresort.ca
Embrun
Loiselle Sports (613) 443-3260 loisellesports.com
Gravenhurst
Campbell’s Landing (705) 687-3821 campbellslanding.com
Haliburton
Haliburton Forest & Wildlife Reserve (705) 754-2198 haliburtonforest.com
Huntsville/Dwight Haliburton Sled Rentals (705) 635-1828 skidoorentals.com
Muskoka/Others
Redline Outdoors (519) 502-2947 redlineoutdoors.ca
Midland Area
Diverse Rentals 1-888-377-7155 diverserentals.ca
Parry Sound
Rosseau Road Enterprises 1-800-344-6620 rosseauroad.on.ca
Pembroke
Pete’s Sales & Service 1-888-706-6404 petessalesandservice.ca
Perth
Outdoor Adventure Rental (613) 267-6371 outdoors-adventure.com
South River
Eagle Lake Narrows, Country Stores 1-866-863-8856 eaglelakenarrows.com
RENTALS WITH TRAINING & GUIDED RIDES:
Barrie
Try That, The Experience Company 1-888-969-3297 trythat.ca
Collingwood
Ride on Rentals (705) 293-0552 rideonrentals.com
Haliburton
Haliburton RPM 1-877-457-1473 haliburtonrpm.com
Haliburton/Muskoka Back Country Tours 1-888-955-9076 backcountrytours.ca
Horseshoe Valley
Horseshoe Riding Adventures (705) 835-2790 ext.1288 cmts.org
Markham
Call of the Wild (905) 471-9453 callofthewild.com
Maynooth
Highland Wilderness Tours (613) 338-2330 ridethewilderness.com
Muskoka/Haliburton Muskoka Sport & Recreation 1-888-317-2628 muskokarecreation.com
Orillia
Cottage Country Tours (613) 325-0111 atvsnowmobile.ca
RENTALS FOR HOTEL GUESTS:
Arden
Springwood Cottage Resort (613) 335-5333 springwoodcottages.ca
Gilmour
Hastings Resort (613) 474-4000 hastingsresort.com
Huntsville
Hidden Valley Resort (705) 789-2301 hvmuskoka.com
Keene
Elmhirst’s Resort 1-800-461-1940 elmhirst.com
Muskoka
JW Marriott The Rosseau Resort & Spa (705) 765-1900 therosseau.com
Port Stanton
Bayview Wildwood Resort 1-800-416-0243 bayviewwildwood.com
South River
Algonquin Cottage Outpost (416) 486-3605 voyageurquest.com
Stonecliffe
Morning Mist Resort 1-888-356-1113 morningmistresort.ca
These listings are approximately 3 hours of the Greater Toronto Area or the U.S. border;
for additional listings, see page 14.
2013
Photo courtesy of
Craig Nicholson,
Intrepid Snowmobiler
ONTARIO SNOWMOBILING
TOUR PLANNER
SNOWMOBILE ONTARIO QUICK CONTACTS
Ontario has 9 major tourism regions and the province is divided into 16 districts
by the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs. Below are the key tourism
regions and their contact information with corresponding OFSC districts. (For
more OFSC district information see inside back cover).
POUR CONTACTER RAPIDEMENT MOTONEIGE ONTARIO
L’Ontario compte neuf grandes régions touristiques. L’Ontario Federation of
Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) divise de son côté la province en 16 districts. On
trouve ci-dessous les principales régions touristiques et l’information personneressource ainsi que les districts de l’OFSC correspondants. (Pour plus de
renseignements sur les districts de l’OFSC, l’état des sentiers et les permis, voir
l’intérieur de la couverture arrière.)
pour le français - Direction
Ontario
1-877-OUI-NORD (684-6673)
www.directionontario.ca
- Table of Contents INFORMATION YOU NEED TO KNOW
Welcome to Ontario.....................................................................
Using This Tour Planner................................................................
About the OFSC...........................................................................
Additional Planning Tools.............................................................
About OFSC Trails.......................................................................
Assumptions for OFSC Trail Use...................................................
Trail Permits...................................................................................
Getting to Ontario........................................................................
Border Crossings When Trailering........................................
Border Crossings By Snowmobile........................................
Snowmobiling Legalities......................................................
For All Snowmobilers...........................................................
For Ontario Residents..........................................................
For Non-Residents...............................................................
OFSC Trail Signs...........................................................................
Information You Need To Know ..................................................
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TOURS, PACKAGES & RENTALS /
CIRCUITS, FORFAITS ET LOCATIONS
Self Guided Tours....................................................................... 10
Fully Guided Tours....................................................................... 13
Rent a Sled & Gear....................................................................... 14
Rentals with Training & Guided Rides............................................15
Rentals for Hotel Guests .............................................................. 15
CENTRAL ONTARIO
(OFSC Districts 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8)
Getaway Country
1-866-401-3278
(Bancroft & District, City of Kawartha Lakes,
Durham Region, Haliburton Highlands,
Northumberland County, Peterborough & the
Kawarthas)
www.getawaycountry.com
Muskoka Tourism
1-800-267-9700
www.discovermuskoka.ca
Wasaga Beach - 1-866-292-7242
www.wasagabeach.com, wasagainfo.com
EASTERN ONTARIO
(OFSC Districts 1, 2, 6)
Ottawa Valley Tourism
1-800-757-6580
www.ottawavalley.travel
Cornwall & Seaway Valley Tourism
1-800-937-4748
www.cornwalltourism.com
SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO
(OFSC Districts 5, 9)
Bruce County 1-800-268-3838
www.explorethebruce.com
Grey County
1-877-733-4739
www.visitgrey.ca
ALGOMA COUNTRY
(OFSC District 13)
1-800-263-2546
www.algomacountry.com
NORTH OF SUPERIOR
1-800-265-3951
www.nosta.on.ca
ONTARIO’S NEAR NORTH
(OFSC District 11)
1-800-387-0516
www.ontariosnearnorth.on.ca
ONTARIO’S WILDERNESS REGION
(OFSC District 14, 15)
1-800-461-3766
www.ontarioswildernessregion.com
RAINBOW COUNTRY
(OFSC District 10, 12)
1-800-465-6655
www.rainbowcountry.com
SUNSET COUNTRY
(OFSC District 17)
1-800-665-7567
www.snowontario.ca
COMMUNITY INDEX / INDEX DES COLLECTIVITÉS............................. 16
LODGING BY COMMUNITY LISTING /
HÉBERGEMENT, SELON LA LISTE DES COLLECTIVITÉS
Algoma Country...........................................................................
Central Ontario.............................................................................
Eastern Ontario............................................................................
North of Superior.........................................................................
Ontario’s Near North....................................................................
Ontario’s Wilderness Region........................................................
Rainbow Country..........................................................................
Southwestern Ontario..................................................................
Sunset Country.............................................................................
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BON À SAVOIR
Bienvenue en Ontario..................................................................
Utilisation du guide des circuits...................................................
À propos de la OFSC...................................................................
Autres outils de planification .......................................................
À propos des sentiers de la OFSC...............................................
Permis d’utilisation des sentiers...................................................
Les obligations juridiques de la conduite en motoneige...............
Les conventions d’utilisation des sentiers de la OFSC.................
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INFORMATION YOU NEED TO KNOW
INFORMATION YOU NEED TO KNOW
Welcome To
Ontario
discover all the excitement and
fun of snowmobiling in Ontario!
About THe OFSC
Each winter, thousands of
snowmobilers choose to
ride in Ontario for very good
reasons: hospitality services and
amenities that cater specially
to snowmobilers; breathtaking
scenery; unrivalled outdoor
adventure; snowmobile-friendly
communities; a wide variety of
riding experiences and terrain;
easy access to rental sleds and
guided tours; excellent highways
and airports; exciting city life
and rural charm - the list goes on
and on…
Using THis Tour Planner
But the main reason they
choose Ontario over any other
destination is the snowmobile
trails operated by the Ontario
Federation of Snowmobile
Clubs (OFSC). These
uncongested trails deliver the
best trail riding opportunities
bar none, with a season length
of up to 16 weeks.
So why would you go any
where else to snowmobile?
With almost 33,000 kilometres
(20,000 miles) of groomed
trails, there’s almost nowhere
in Ontario you can’t go by
sled. OFSC trails connect snow
belt communities and provide
access to hundreds of resorts,
hotels, motels, restaurants, gas
stations, snowmobile dealers
and clubhouses.
Wherever you travel, you’ll be
warmly welcomed and offered
every assistance to ensure your
snowmobiling pleasure. You can
ride any of our snowmobiling
regions, or tour to your heart’s
content on our world class
Trans-Ontario Provincial (TOP)
Trails. It’s your choice . . . so
come see us this winter and
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Now that you have decided to
make Ontario your destination
this winter, how do you go
about answering your questions
and making your plans? Ontario
is a very big place, so how do
you decide what part of this
province to visit? How do you
know where the snow is and
what trails are open? How do
you get here and where do you
stay? What else do you need to
know?
Ontario is very snowmobilefriendly – and we want to prove
it from the start by making it as
easy and simple as possible for
you to snowmobile here. That’s
why we’ve partnered with the
OFSC to develop this handy
Tour Planner. It’s a companion
piece to the OFSC Provincial
Snowmobile Trail Guide, which
shows an overview of our trails.
The Tour Planner is your primary
tour-planning tool. It details
everything you need to know
about snowmobiling in Ontario.
It was written for snowmobilers
by snowmobilers, so you
can rely on the information it
contains.
Much of this material can
also be found by clicking
gorideontario.ca/snow, but this
Tour Planner provides you with
a hard copy reference to carry
with you and use when you
do not have internet access.
It’s like the bible of Ontario
Snowmobiling, putting all the
answers right at your fingertips!
- www.ontariosnowtrails.ca -
The Ontario Federation of
Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC)
represents the 217 local
snowmobile clubs who operate
Ontario’s snowmobile trails. As
the world’s largest snowmobile
association, the OFSC is the
coordinating body for organized
snowmobiling in Ontario. Visit
on www.ofsc.on.ca to find out
more.
Additional
Planning Tools
Trail Guides: For tour planning,
you should use the OFSC
Provincial Snowmobile Trail
Guide, Ontario’s only provincewide snowmobile trail reference
tool. Using this Guide allows
you to see the big picture and
how trails connect various
regions.
The OFSC Provincial Guide
is also useful to discover the
thousand of kilometres of clubs
trails that exist alongside the
TOP Trail System.
When you have decided what
area(s) you wish to tour, you
should also obtain an OFSC
district guide(s) for greater
detail (see OFSC district contact
info, inside back cover). Our
district guides are designed to
be very snowmobiler-friendly.
Each guide cover uses the
same template, colour-coded
to match the district key map
on the inside back cover of this
Tour Planner. The guide covers
also include this same key map
to show the district’s location
within Ontario. District guides
are the best tools to use while
actually traveling on OFSC
trails. Not only do they include
regional and local information
and contacts, they also contain
ads from snowmobile-friendly
lodgings, restaurants and other
services who support organized
snowmobiling.
Interactive Trail Guide: The
OFSC’s Interactive Trail Guide is
the best online tool for viewing
the most up to date information
about trails, distances and
points of interest. It also
includes constantly updated
Trail Status Reports, to help you
discover which trails are best to
ride. Apps for all major smart
phones are also available, as are
routable GPS maps, so you can
carry the trails with you.
Visit www.ofsc.on.ca
Go Ride Ontario: As an
additional tour planning
tool, this site places valuable
information on Ontario tourism
regions, where to stay, and
advice about riding in Ontario
at your fingertips.
Visit gorideontario.ca/snow
Publications: The OFSC
Go Snowmobiling Ontario
Magazine is the official
publication of the OFSC and is
mailed to every snowmobiler
who buys a Seasonal or Classic
Permit (1-year subscription
starts the season following
permit purchase).
About OFSC Trails
• Ontario has the world’s
largest inter-connected
snowmobile trail system
(32,658 km/20,292 mi).
• The trail system is composed
of the OFSC Trans Ontario
Provincial (TOP) Trails (15,591
km/9,687 mi) and regional
and club trails (almost 17,067
km/10,604 mi).
• TOP Trails link most snowbelt
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and shall ensure that
communities, border
snowmobiles are operated
crossings, tourism regions and
with appropriate care and
regional trail systems.
control at all times;
• OFSC club trails feed into the
• Operators and passengers
TOP Trail system, providing
know how to snowmobile
local links to a host of
competently and understand
other communities, services
that the operation of
and amenities, events and
snowmobiles requires full
attractions.
cognitive abilities;
• Snowmobilers are expected
• Weather conditions affect
to know the “Assumptions
trails and snowmobile
for OFSC Trail Use” before
operation and they may
entering OFSC trails.
change without warning;
Assumptions for OFSC
• The maximum speed on trails
Trail Use:
is 50 km/h unless reduced by
• All snowmobiles will be
law or conditions;
operated under a lawful trail
• There may be permitted
use permit;
users on the trail other than
• All operators and passengers
snowmobilers;
willingly use the trails at their
•
Operators will stay to
own risk;
the right of the trail,
• Operators and passengers
notwithstanding that there are
know and will obey the law,
no centre lines;
including The Occupiers’
• Operators know that there
Liability Act, The Motorized
may be grooming or other
Snow Vehicles Act and the
maintenance activities under
Trespass to Property Act;
way at any time of the day or
• It is recognized and
night which may take up the
accepted that snowmobiling
whole or any part of the trail
is essentially an off-road
and have the right of way;
activity taking place in
• Operators and passengers
an unpredictable natural
know that snowmobile trails
environment;
are not engineered highways;
• The OFSC is a volunteerbased organization with finite • All operators and passengers
know and will adhere to the
resources and manpower;
principles published as the
• It is not practical, possible or
Safe Riders Pledge by the
desirable to maintain all trails
International Snowmobile
uniformly or to remove all
Manufacturers’ Association;
potential hazards;
• Operators and passengers are
aware that emergency and
cell phone service may not be
available;
• Operators and passengers are
aware that there are generally
no legal requirements for
signage on trails and, when
provided, it is only for
assistance and convenience;
• Operators and passengers
know that snowmobiling on
OFSC trails is regarded as a
family-oriented activity;
• Operators and passengers
know the unique and
particular dangers of ice
crossing;
• The grooming and
maintenance of trails, when
provided, is meant solely
to enhance the comfort
and enjoyment of the safe
and prudent operators and
passengers;
• Operators and passengers
will dress appropriately for
all conditions and will have
appropriate safety and
emergency equipment at all
times.
• The OFSC is providing the
privilege of trail access
without any guarantee of
service or quality;
• Operators and passengers will
not consume alcohol prior to
or while using the trails;
• Operators and passengers will
be prudent and responsible
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Trail Permits
• Permits are available in
advance from most OFSC
districts (inside back cover)
and snowmobile clubs
• Permits are available online at
www.ofsc.on.ca.
• Permits are available on site
from most winter businesses,
such as sled dealers,
restaurants, and motels.
• Permits generate the revenues
OFSC clubs need to operate
snowmobile trails.
• By purchasing a permit, each
rider contributes to the cost of
providing snowmobile trails.
• To ensure that your permit
money goes to the OFSC
district whose trails you ride
most, it is important to buy
your permit from a club in that
district.
For the Coming Season,
Snowmobile Trail Permit Fees
Are:
Seasonal Permit
(unlimited riding, anywhere in
Ontario, all season).
$210 CDN on or before Dec. 1/2012
$260 CDN after Dec. 1/2012
Buy this permit online at www.ofsc.on.ca
Classic Permit -$130
(unlimited riding, anywhere
in Ontario, all season for sleds 15
years or older)
Seven Day Permit - $140 CDN
(unlimited riding, anywhere in
Ontario for 7 consecutive days)
Three Day Permit
$100 CDN - (unlimited riding,
anywhere in Ontario for 3 consecutive
days).
Special Events Permit - $35
(only for club sanctioned events)
Getting To Ontario
Friendly and Familiar:
American snowmobilers are very
welcome in Ontario. Ontario
has always been a great friend
and trading partner to the U.S.
In fact, getting to Ontario isn’t
much different than going to a
neighbouring state. We’re just
as close and our major highways
connect seamlessly to yours at
numerous border crossings.
In Ontario, we speak your
language (except we spell some
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words funny!), use many of the
same products, have similar
laws – and ride the same brands
of snowmobiles as you do. Best
of all, each American dollar
often buys you more in Ontario
than it does at home.
Most Americans who travel
to Ontario say they are very
comfortable visiting here
and look forward to coming
back. Just remember that we
measure distance and speed in
kilometres. (for conversion tools
visit gorideontario.ca/en/snow/
travel_tips).
Crossing the Border: If you are
a Canadian citizen or permanent
resident of the United States,
you won’t need a passport to
enter Canada.
However, to cross the border
into Canada as quickly and
smoothly as possible, you will
need proof of citizenship such
as a birth certificate, citizenship
certificate, passport or landing
card, preferably with a current
photo, ready to present when
asked.
Note on Re-Entering the U.S.:
As of June 1, 2009 all travellers,
including US citizens 16 years of
age or over, entering the United
States from Canada by air,
land or water will be required
to have a passport or other
travel document approved by
the Department of Homeland
Security. For latest info, click
on www.gorideontario.com/en/
snow/travel_tips, then select
Border Info).
As a visitor to Canada, you are
allowed to temporarily import
passenger and recreational
vehicles for personal use.
You should carry a copy of
your vehicle, trailer and sled
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registration and proof of
insurance. Be sure to check
in with U.S. Customs before
leaving the U.S. You must take
the temporarily imported items
back with you by the date you
end your visit. For answers to
customs inquiries or to locate
your nearest customs district
office, please call:
1-800-461-9999
(within Canada) or
1-204-983-3500 and
1-506-636-5064
(from outside Canada).
For more information visit:
cbsa-asfc.gc.ca
Border Crossings
When Trailering
From Eastern New York State:
Cornwall, ON (near Massena);
Prescott, ON (Ogdensburg);
Gananoque, ON (direct access
from Highway 81)
From Western New York
State: Niagara Falls, ON
(Niagara Falls); Queenston,
ON (Lewiston); Fort Erie, ON
(Buffalo, N.Y.)
From Lower Michigan:
Windsor, ON (Detroit); Sarnia,
ON (Port Huron)
From Upper Michigan: Sault
Ste. Marie, ON (Sault Ste. Marie)
From Minnesota: Fort Frances,
ON (International Falls); Rainy
River, ON (Baudette), Pigeon
River, ON (near Grand Portage).
Border Crossings By
Snowmobile
From Upper Michigan: St.
Joseph’s Island, Bruce Mines
& Thessalon, ON (from DeTour
Village and Drummond Island).
Upon arrival, check in with
Canada Customs using direct
line phones provided at each
crossing.
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INFORMATION YOU NEED TO KNOW
From Minnesota: Gunflint
Lake, ON (from Grand Marais);
from Crane Lake, MN; from
Kettle Falls, MN; Fort Frances,
ON(International Falls); Rainy
River, ON (Baudette). Upon
arrival, check in with Canada
Customs.
A Remote Area Border Crossing
Permit (RABC) allows you to
cross at an area that does not
have a customs office. It should
be noted that this permit is
not reciprocal with the U.S.,
meaning that it is issued from
the Canadian Government and
provides for travel into Canada,
but it does not allow Canadian
or U.S. citizens the right to cross
from Canada into the U.S.
Information and applications for
the CANPASS-RABC permit are
available on the government
website. For more info, click on:
ontariotravel.net/goride
Snowmobiling Legalities
To snowmobile legally in
Ontario, you must have valid:
• driver’s license
• proof of ownership,
• registration & insurance
• helmet
• snowmobile trail permit
For All Snowmobilers
• Ontario law requires that
each sled being used for
recreational snowmobiling on
an OFSC trail display a valid
permit.
• While operating a
snowmobile, the same rules
of the road and penalties
apply as for driving a car,
including possible fines, loss
of driver’s license, criminal
record and/or imprisonment.
• Ontario requires the
mandatory use of approved
safety helmets according
to the Highway Traffic Act
Regulations while operating
or riding a snowmobile.
• The operator of a
snowmobile must be at
least 12 years old and hold
an Ontario motorized snow
vehicle operator’s license.
• Those 16 and over can use a
valid driver’s license instead.
• The maximum legal speed
limit on Ontario trails is 50
kilometres per hour (35 mph).
For Ontario Residents
• All Ontario residents must
register their motorized
snow vehicles (MSV) with the
Ministry of Transportation,
display the registration
numbers and show proof of
insurance.
• All Ontario residents must
display a current validation of
their MSV.
For Non-Residents
• All non-residents must
produce evidence of
insurance and registration,
or bill of sale and comply
with Ontario’s snowmobile
regulations.
• U.S. residents who are not
compelled to insure their
snowmobile in their own state
must have liability coverage
while in Ontario (minimum
$500,000). They may do so
through their car insurance.
CLASSIC
permit
for
sleds 15 years
or older
www.ofsc.on.ca
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OFSC TRAIL SIGNS
Signs are placed on snowmobile trails as a courtesy and
convenience, to provide visual assistance for riders who take
personal responsibility to ride legally, with care and control.
Signage is never a substitute for rider knowledge, choice or
vigilance.
RED:
Indicates significant warning. Failure to obey may result in
personal injury or death. These signs include:
Why wait for your tour to start? It's easy and
convenient to buy your Seasonal Trail Permit
or your Classic Permit (for sleds 15 years or
older) by shopping online. You can save $50
on your Seasonal Permit by purchasing on
or before December 1, 2012 and the Classic
Permit is the same price of $130 all season.
Our new site, approved by the Ministry of
Transportation (MTO), is secure, confidential
and private, meeting all the Government of Ontario privacy and
risk standards to protect consumers and safeguard web site
transactions. Yes, it will take a few moments, but no longer than
purchasing at a regular retail outlet. Please allow up to 15 business
days for delivery of permits to your mailing address and be sure to
sign up for no-charge OFSC member benefits at the same time to
receive your FREE magazine subscription and much more!
OFSC Go Snowmobiling
Ontario Magazine
YELLOW:
Indicates caution ahead, so get ready. These signs include:
STOP AHEAD
Stay plugged into Ontario snowmobiling
all year with the OFSC Go Snowmobiling
Ontario magazine delivered to your home.
Get a FREE subscription plus your FREE
copy of each issue of Supertrax (Canada) by
signing up for no-charge OFSC membership
when you buy your Seasonal or Classic Trail
Permit.
BRIDGE HAZARD
Any other colour sign is intended to provide information such as
speed limit, no trespassing, destination, distance, etc.
OFSC
PRESCRIBED TRAIL
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Looking for someone to
ride with? Go online at
rideconnection.com to find
some new riding buddies! If you
are from out of province, Ride
Connection can put you in touch
with local riders who can help
with your tour!
RAILWAY CROSSING
Informational:
TM
Check out OFSC Trails Online!
Make your trail tour planning easy this season with the improved
and updated OFSC Interactive Trail Guide. Get your trail distances
and status updates, fuel stops, point of interest and much more.
PLUS, put all this information in the palm of your hand with the
OFSC smart phone apps for iPhone, Blackberry and Android
devices - www.ofsc.on.ca
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TOURS, PACKAGES & RENTALS
SELF GUIDED TOURS/CIRCUITS NON ACCOMPAGNÉS
Ontario has developed many popular tour loops for experienced riders
with their own (or rental) sleds. These tours are listed under the appropriate
tourism region along with approximate tour duration, distance and contact
information. Tour routes can be found on the appropriate OFSC district
guide. (see inside back cover).
Algoma Country Snowmobile Tours
For information on all District 13 tours: 1-866-225-4662 or
www.algomatrails.com
City Loop (D13) - 185 km/115 mi.
Key Algoma Communities are: Sault Ste. Marie, Searchmont,
Goulais River.
Deer Trail Loop (D13) - 416 km/259 mi.
Key Algoma Communities are: Bruce Mines, Blind River, Elliot Lake,
Aubrey Falls.
Island Gateway Loop (D13) - 230 km/143 mi.
Key Algoma Communities are: Thessalon, Hilton Beach, Echo Bay.
North Shore Scenic Loop (D13) - 303 km/188 mi.
Key Algoma Communities are: Iron Bridge, Blind River, Elliot Lake, Spanish.
Tracks to Trails Tour 1 (D13/14/15) - 1,400 km/870 mi.
Snow train starts at Sault Ste. Marie. Key Ontario’s Wilderness Region
communities are: Hearst, Kapuskasing, Cochrane, Kirkland Lake,
Gowganda, Timmins.
Central Ontario Snowmobile Tours
For information on all District 7 tours: 1-800-328-7245 or
www.ofscdistrict7.com
For information on all District 2 tours: (613) 478-5916 or
www.district2ofsc.ca
Kawartha Highlands Tour (D2) - 194 km/116 mi.
Key communities are: Fenelon Falls, Apsley
Round Algonquin Park (RAP Tour) (D6/7/11) - 901 km/600 mi.
Key communities are: Whitney, Barry’s Bay, Pembroke, Deep River,
Mattawa, North Bay, Port Sydney, Dwight, Dorset, Haliburton.
Eastern Ontario Snowmobile Tours
For information on all District 1 tours: (613) 543-0374,
www.district1ofsc.ca. For information on all District 6 tours: 1-877376-7669, www.snowcountryscsa.ca. For information on all District
2 tours: (613) 478-5916, www.district2ofsc.ca
The Big East (D1) - 900 km/600 mi.
Key Eastern Ontario communities are: Hawkesbury, Morrisburg,
Smiths Falls, Napanee, Calabogie.
Calabogie Highlands Loop (CAL) (D6) - 260 km/170 mi.
Key Eastern Ontario communities are: Eganville, Griffith,
Calabogie
The French Connection (D1) - 300 km/190 mi.
Key Eastern Ontario communities are: Hawkesbury,
Morrisburg,Winchester, Plantagenet.
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CIRCUITS, FORFAITS ET LOCATIONS
SELF GUIDED TOURS/CIRCUITS NON ACCOMPAGNÉS
Madawaska Highlands Loop (MAD) (D6) - 180 km/120 mi.
Key Eastern Ontario communities are: Whitney, Lake St. Peter and
Barry’s Bay
Rideau St.Lawrence (D1) - 425 km/270 mi.
Key Eastern Ontario communities are: Morrisburg,Prescott,Smiths
Falls,Sharbot Lake,Carleton Place.
Round Algonquin Park (RAP Tour) (D6/D7/D11) - 901 km/600 mi.
Key Ontario communities are: Whitney, Barry’s Bay, Pembroke,
Deep River, Mattawa, North Bay, Huntsville, Dwight, Dorset,
Haliburton, Stonecliffe.
Roller Coaster Run (D1) - 325 km/200 mi.
Key Eastern Ontario communities are: Arnprior,Calabogie,Sharbot
Lake, Perth,Carleton Place.
Round Bonnechere Loop (BON) (D6) - 180 km/120 mi.
Key Eastern Ontario communities are: Golden Lake, Wilno, Barry’s Bay.
The Voyager Route (VOY) (D6) - 350 km/230 mi.
Key Eastern Ontario communities are along the Ottawa River:
Renfrew, Pembroke, Deep River.
The Hastings Highland Tour (D2) - 316 km/190 mi.
Key Eastern Ontario communities: Bancroft, Apsley, Woodview, Coe Hill.
Bon Echo Loop (D2) - 232 km/139 mi.
Key Eastern Ontario communities are: Clyne, McArthur Mills,
Bancroft, Gilmour
Ontario’s Near North Snowmobile Tours
For information on all District 11 tours: 1-866-338-6682 or
www.nnta.ca
Do The Loop Northern Tour (D10/11/12)
800 km/500 mi.
Key Communities: Parry Sound, Sudbury, North Bay
Round Algonquin Park (RAP Tour) (D6/D7/D11) - 901 km/600
mi. Key communities are: Whitney, Barry’s Bay, Pembroke, Deep
River, Mattawa, North Bay, South River, Burks Falls, Huntsville,
Dwight, Dorset, Haliburton.
Ride Around Nipissing (RAN) (D11) - 335 km/250 mi.
Key Near North communities are: North Bay, Verner, Restoule.
Ontario’s Wilderness Region Snowmobile Tours
For information on all District 14 tours: 1-888-828-2766 or
www.ontariowildernessregion.com
For information on all District 15 tours: 1-877-287-2457 or
www.ontariowildernessregion.com
Abitibi Canyon Tour (D15) - 459 km/285 mi.
Key Ontario’s Wilderness Region communities are: Cochrane,
Smooth Rock Falls
The Big Loop (D14/15) - 1,750 km/1,087 mi.
Key Ontario’s Wilderness Region communities are: Temiskaming
Shores, Gowganda, Timmins, Chapleau, Hornepayne,
Kapuskasing, Iroquois Falls.
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TOURS, PACKAGES & RENTALS
CIRCUITS, FORFAITS ET LOCATIONS
SELF GUIDED TOURS/CIRCUITS NON ACCOMPAGNÉS
Fully GUIDED TOURS/circuits accompagnes
Cross Border Abitibi (D14/15) - 660 km/410 mi.
Key Ontario’s Wilderness Region communities are: Cochrane,
Kirkland Lake.
Gold Rush Tour (D14) - 650 km/403 mi.
Key Ontario’s Wilderness Region communities are: Timmins,
Kirkland Lake, Gowganda.
Lake Temiskaming Tour (D14) - 310 km/193 mi.
Key Ontario’s Wilderness Region communities are: North Bay,
Temiskaming Shores.
Romantic Loop (D14/15) - 1,050 km/652 mi.
Key Ontario’s Wilderness Region communities are: Timmins,
Chapleau, Hornepayne, Hearst, Kapuskasing.
Tracks to Trails Tour 1 (D13/14/15) - 1,400 km/870 mi.
Starts at Sault Ste. Marie. Key Ontario’s Wilderness Region
communities are: Hearst, Kapuskasing, Cochrane, Kirkland Lake,
Gowganda, Timmins.
This list includes tour operators who offer a range of professionally
guided tours in Ontario, from providing a guide for your own
saddlebag tour to all-inclusive packages including lodgings, meals
and a support vehicle.
Rainbow Country Snowmobile Tours
For information on all District 12 tours: (705) 693-7669 or
www.ofscdistrict12.com
Cartier Loop (D12) - 250 km/150mi.
Key Communities: Sudbury, Chelmsford, Levack, Cartier, Hamner,
Val Caron, Blezard Valley, Azilda.
Do The Loop Northern Tour (D10/11/12) - 800 km/500 mi
Key Communities: Parry Sound, Sudbury, North Bay
North Wilderness Loop (D12/14) - 450 km/270 mi.
Key Communities: Sudbury, Shinning Tree and Gowganda
Wolf Mountain Chiniguchi - Lake Loop (D12) - 195 km/117 mi.
Key Communities: Sudbury, Garson, Coniston, Skead. (Wanapitie
and Chiniguchi Lakes)
Southwestern Ontario Snowmobile Tours
For information on all District 9 tours: 1-800-387-7669 or
www.ofscdistrict9.ca
Beaver Valley Tour (D9) - 175km/108 mi.
Key Southwestern Ontario communities are: Owen Sound,
Chatsworth, Markdale, Eugenia, Meaford
Bruce Peninsula (D9) - 300 km/200 mi.
Key Southwestern Ontario communities are: Sauble Beach,
Tobermory, Wiarton.
Grey Bruce Epic Ride (D9) - 290 km/190 mi.
Key Southwestern Ontario communities are: Owen Sound,
Markdale, Durham, Listowel, Sauble Beach.
Four County Tour (D9) - 275 km/170 mi.
Key Southwestern Ontario communities are: Owen Sound,
Chatsworth, Chesley, Walkerton, Mildmay, Mount Forest,
Palmerston, Conn, Markdale.
Saugeen River Tour (D9) - 77 km/50mi.
Key Southwestern Ontario communities are: Walkerton, Mildmay,
Teeswater, Hanover.
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Algoma Sled Tours (705) 759-6191
algomasledtours.com (Northern Ontario/Sault Ste. Marie area)
Back Country Tours 1-888-955-9076
backcountrytours.ca (Central Ontario/Haliburton/Muskoka)
Call of the Wild (905) 471-9453
callofthewild.com (Central & Eastern Ontario/Haliburton
Highlands, RAP Tour)
Come Play in The Snow - (705) 865-3176
comeplayinthesnow.on.ca (Northeastern Ontario tours)
Cottage Country Tours (705) 325-0111
atvsnowmobile.ca (Central Ontario/Huronia, Georgian Triangle)
Highland Wilderness Tours (613) 338-2330
ridethewilderness.com (Eastern Ontario/Madawaska Highlands)
Extreme Tours - (705) 272-6370
extremetourscochrane.com (Cochrane Area tours)
Northern Spirit Adventures - (705) 338-1053
northernspiritadventures.com
North of Superior Climbing Company - (705) 946-6054
northofsuperiorclimbing.com (Northeastern Ontario’s Tours)
Ontario Snowcruises Ltd. - (705) 728-5697
ontsnow.com (Ontario tours)
Ride on Rentals (705) 293-0552
rideonrentals.com (Central Ontario/Georgian Triangle)
Try That, The Experience Company 1-888-969-3297
trythat.ca (Central Ontario)
Discover more about
Ontario snowmobiling,
destinations and tours at
www.ontariosnowtrails.ca
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CIRCUITS, FORFAITS ET LOCATIONS
Fully GUIDED TOURS/circuits accompagnes
RENT A SLED & GEAR
RENTALS WITH TRAINING & GUIDED RIDES
Several companies offer sled rentals to visiting riders.
Baysville - Baysville Marina (705) 767-3323
baysvillemarina.com
Bonfield - Sampson G. Sales (705) 776-2687
sampsonsales.com
Dorset - Mountain Trout House Marina (705) 766-2292
mthmarina.com
Dorset - Old Mill Marina (705) 766-2214
oldmillmarina.ca
Durham - Homestead Resort 1-800-380-6776
homesteadresort.ca
Embrun - Loiselle Sports (613) 443-3260
loisellesports.com
Gravenhurst - Campell’s Landing (705) 687-3821
campbellslanding.com
Haliburton - Haliburton Forest & Wildlife Reserve (705) 754-2198
haliburtonforest.com
Huntsville/Dwight - Haliburton Sled Rentals (705) 635-1828
skidoorentals.com
Huntsville/North Bay/Pembroke/Port Stanton - Redline Outdoors
(519) 502-2947 redlineoutdoors.ca
Kirkland Lake - Speedy Snowmobile Rental - 1-866-968-7533
rentsnowmobile.com
Midland/Penetanguishene - Diverse Rentals - 1-888-377-7155
diverserentals.ca
Parry Sound - Rosseau Road Enterprises 1-800-344-6620
rosseauroad.on.ca
Pembroke - Pete’s Sales & Service 1-888-706-6404
petessalesandservice.ca
Perth - Outdoor Adventure Rental (613) 267-6371
outdoors-adventure.com
South River - Eagle Lake Narrows, Country Stores 1-866-863-8856
eaglelakenarrows.com
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These companies provide basic instruction and a guide
accompanies your ride.
Barrie - Try That, The Experience Company 1-888-969-3297
trythat.ca
Collingwood - Ride on Rentals (705) 293-0552
rideonrentals.com
Haliburton - Haliburton RPM 1-877-457-1473
haliburtonrpm.com
Haliburton/Muskoka - Back Country Tours 1-888-955-9076
backcountrytours.ca
Horseshoe Valley - Horseshoe Riding Adventures
(705) 835-2790 ext. 1288 cmts.org
Markham - Call of the Wild (905) 471-9453
callofthewild.com
Maynooth - Highland Wilderness Tours (613) 338-2330
ridethewilderness.com
Muskoka/Haliburton - Muskoka Sport & Recreation
1-888-317-2628 muskokarecreation.com
Orillia - Cottage Country Tours (705) 325-0111
atvsnowmobile.ca
RENTALS FOR HOTEL GUESTS
Many lodgings offer sled rentals to their guests for local riding as
part of a snowmobile package.
Arden - Springwood Cottages (613) 335-5333
springwoodcottages.com
Gilmour - Hastings Resort (613) 474-4000
hastingsresort.com
Field - Camp Horizon 1-800-884-9749
duenorth.net/camphorizon
Huntsville - Hidden Valley Resort (705) 789-2301
hvmuskoka.com
Keene - Elmhirst’s Resort 1-800-461-1940
elmhirst.com
Muskoka - The Rosseau JW Marriott Resort (705) 765-1900
therosseau.com
Port Stanton - Bayview Wildwood Resort 1-800-416-0243
bayviewwildwood.com
South River - Algonquin Cottage Outpost (416) 486-3605
voyageurquest.com
Stonecliffe - Morning Mist Resort 1-888-356-1113
morningmistresort.ca
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COMMUNITY INDEX
INDEX DES COLLECTIVITÉS
An alphabetical list of trail accessible, snowmobile-friendly
communities who offer at least one lodging choice reachable by
sled. This Index shows you in which OFSC district and tourism
region each community can be found.
COMMUNITY
REGION
Ahmic Harbour Alban Alexandria Algonquin Park and Area Apsley Arnprior Astorville/Corbeil Atikokan
Aubrey Falls Azilda Balmertown Bancroft Barrow Bay Barry’s Bay Bayfield Benmiller Blind River Blue Mountain Blyth Bobcaygeon Bonfield Bracebridge Britt Bruce Mines Buckhorn Burks Falls Calabogie Callander Campbellford Capreol Carleton Place Carnarvon Chapleau Chapleau Chatsworth Chelmsford Chesley Cobalt Cobden Cochrane Collingwood Corbeil Crystal Falls Deacon Deep River Delhi Denbigh Deux Rivieres Devlin Dorset Dryden Dubreuilville Dunchurch Dundalk Durham Dwight Ear Falls Earlton Eganville Elk Lake Elliot Lake Emo Emsdale 16
Near North Rainbow Country Eastern Ontario Near North Central Ontario Eastern Ontario Near North Sunset Country Algoma Rainbow Country Sunset Country Central Ontario Southwestern Ontario Eastern Ontario Southwestern Ontario Southwestern Ontario Algoma Southwestern Ontario Southwestern Ontario Central Ontario Near North Central Ontario Rainbow Country Algoma Central Ontario Near North Eastern Ontario Near North Eastern Ontario Rainbow Country Eastern Ontario Central Ontario Algoma Ontario Wilderness Region Southwestern Ontario Rainbow Country Southwestern Ontario Ontario Wilderness Region
Eastern Ontario Ontario Wilderness Region Central Ontario Near North Near North Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Southwestern Ontario Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Sunset Country Central Ontario Sunset Country Algoma Near North Southwestern Ontario Southwestern Ontario Central Ontario Sunset Country Ontario Wilderness Region Eastern Ontario Ontario Wilderness Region Algoma Sunset Country Central Ontario - www.ontariosnowtrails.ca -
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Emsdale Englehart English River Espanola Flesherton Fenelon Falls Ferndale Field Foleyet Fort Frances French River Goderich Gogama Golden Lake Goulais River Gowganda Grand Bend Gravenhurst Hagar Haileybury Haliburton Hammond Harcourt Harmony Harwood Hastings Havelock Haviland Hawkesbury Hearst Heyden Huntsville Ignace Iron Bridge Iroquois Kapuskasing REGION
Near North Ontario Wilderness Region Sunset Country Rainbow Country Southwestern Ontario Central Ontario Southwestern Ontario Near North Ontario Wilderness Region Sunset Country Rainbow Country Southwestern Ontario Ontario Wilderness Region Eastern Ontario Algoma Ontario Wilderness Region Southwestern Ontario Central Ontario Near North Ontario Wilderness Region Central Ontario Eastern Ontario Central Ontario Algoma Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Central Ontario Algoma Eastern Ontario Ontario Wilderness Region Algoma Central Ontario Sunset Country Algoma Eastern Ontario Ontario Wilderness Region - www.gorideinontario.ca -
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COMMUNITY
Katrine Kearney Keewatin Kemptville Kenora Killaloe Killarney Kimberely Kincardine Kirkland Lake L’Amable Lac La Croix Lake St. Peter Lanark Larder Lake Latchford Lavigne Lion’s Head Listowel Lively Long Sault Lucknow MacTier Madawaska Madawaska Magnetawan Magnetawan Manitoulin Island
Markdale Markstay Marten River Massey Matachewan Matheson Mattawa McArthurs Mills McKerrow Meaford Midland Mildmay Milverton Minaki Minden Mine Centre Missanabie Mississagi Valley Monetville Morrisburg Mount Forest Napanee Nestor Falls Newboro Nipissing Nobel Noelville North Bay Northbrook Odessa Ompah Onaping Orillia Owen Sound Palmerston Parry Sound Paudash Pembroke Perth Petawawa Pike Bay Plantagenet 18
INDEX DES COLLECTIVITÉS
REGION
Near North Near North Sunset Country Eastern Ontario Sunset Country Eastern Ontario Rainbow Country Southwestern Ontario Southwestern Ontario Ontario Wilderness Region Central Ontario Sunset Country Central Ontario Eastern Ontario Ontario Wilderness Region Ontario Wilderness Region Near North Southwestern Ontario Southwestern Ontario Rainbow Country Eastern Ontario Southwestern Ontario Rainbow Country Central Ontario Eastern Ontario Near North Rainbow Country Rainbow Country Southwestern Ontario Rainbow Country Near North Rainbow Country Ontario Wilderness Region Ontario Wilderness Region Near North Central Ontario Rainbow Country Southwestern Ontario Central Ontario Southwestern Ontario Southwestern Ontario Sunset Country Central Ontario Sunset Country Algoma Algoma Near North Eastern Ontario Southwestern Ontario Eastern Ontario Sunset Country Eastern Ontario Near North Rainbow Country Near North Near North Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Rainbow Country Central Ontario Southwestern Ontario Southwestern Ontario Rainbow Country Central Ontario Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Southwestern Ontario Eastern Ontario - www.ontariosnowtrails.ca -
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Pointe au Baril Port Elgin Port Loring/Loring Port Severn Port Sydney Powassan Purdy Rainy River Ramore Red Lake Redbridge Renfrew Restoule Rice Lake Richmond Rolphton Rutherglen Sauble Beach Sault Ste. Marie Seaforth Searchmont Sharbot Lake Shining Tree Sioux Lookout Sioux Narrows Skead Sleeman Smiths Falls Smooth Rock Falls South River Southampton Spanish Sprucedale St. Charles St. Joseph Island St. Mary’s St. Thomas Stokes Bay Stonecliffe Stoney Lake Stratford Strathroy Sturgeon Falls Sudbury Sundridge Swastika Teeswater Temagami Temiskaming Shores Thessalon Thornbury Thorne Tillsonburg Timmins Tiverton Tobermory Trent River Trout Creek Tweed Upsala Utterson
Val Rita Varney Vars Vermilion Bay Virginiatown Wabigoon Waldhof Walkerton Warkworth REGION
Rainbow Country Southwestern Ontario Near North Central Ontario Central Ontario Near North Eastern Ontario Sunset Country Ontario Wilderness Region Sunset Country Near North Eastern Ontario Near North Central Ontario Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Near North Southwestern Ontario Algoma Southwestern Ontario Algoma Eastern Ontario Ontario Wilderness Region
Sunset Country Sunset Country Rainbow Country Sunset Country Eastern Ontario Ontario Wilderness Region Near North Southwestern Ontario
Algoma Near North Near North Algoma Southwestern Ontario Southwestern Ontario Southwestern Ontario Eastern Ontario Central Ontario Southwestern Ontario Southwestern Ontario Near North Rainbow Country Near North Ontario Wilderness Region Southwestern Ontario Near North Ontario Wilderness Region Algoma Southwestern Ontario Near North Southwestern Ontario Ontario Wilderness Region Southwestern Ontario Southwestern Ontario Eastern Ontario Near North Eastern Ontario Sunset Country Central Ontario
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LODGING BY COMMUNITY LISTING
COMMUNITY INDEX
COMMUNITY
Washago Wawa Webbwood Westmeath White Lake Whitefish Falls Whitney Wiarton Wingham REGION
Central Ontario Algoma Rainbow Country Eastern Ontario Eastern Ontario Rainbow Country Central Ontario Southwestern Ontario Southwestern Ontario DISTRICT
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Snowmobile Friendly Towns & Lodgings
An alphabetical list of communities (see also the main Community
Index) arranged by tourism regions and highlighting the lodgings
in each that cater to snowmobilers (colour coded - see inside front
cover). Please note that these free lists were developed to provide
snowmobilers with all the available lodging options and a basic
contact number, not to provide the full range of information on
each property. For more details on lodgings, please refer to the
appropriate tourism region or the OFSC district guides, which
include many hospitality and services ads.
ALGOMA COUNTRY
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COMMUNITY
Aubrey Falls Blind River
Blind River
Blind River
Bruce Mines
Bruce Mines
Bruce Mines
Chapleau
Chapleau
Chapleau
Chapleau
Chapleau
Chapleau
Dubreuilville
Elliot Lake
Elliot Lake
Elliot Lake
Elliot Lake
Goulais River
Goulais River
Haviland
Iron Bridge
Missinaibi
Sault Ste. Marie
Sault Ste. Marie
Sault Ste. Marie
Sault Ste. Marie
Sault Ste. Marie
Searchmont
Searchmont
Searchmont
Searchmont
Spanish
St. Joseph Island
St. Joseph Island
St. Joseph Island
Thessalon Thessalon
Thessalon
Wawa
Wawa
Wawa
Wawa
Wawa
Wawa
Wawa
Wawa
Wawa
LODGING
Aubrey Falls Restaurant and Lodge Auberge Eldo Inn
Lakeview Inn Old Mill Motel Bavarian Inn Bobbers Restaurant & Motel
Bruce Bay Cottages & Lighthouse
Aux Trois Moulins Motel
Blue Heron Inn
Chapleau Lodge
Flame Lake Lodge
Riverside Motel
Valentine Farms B&B
Heritage Inns Algo Inn
Dunlop Lake Lodge Hampton Inn Wilderness Lodge
Blueberry Hill Motel & Campground
Buttermilk Alpine Village
McCauley’s Motel and Restaurant
Tunnel Lake Trading Post and Motel
Ernie’s Cottages and Gas Station
Algoma’s Water Tower Inn Ambassador Motel
Glenview Vacation Cottages Holiday Motel
Trout Lake Cabins and Marina
Driftwood Valley Chalets Heart Rocks
Mountain View Lodge
Searchmont Resort Spanish River Inn Clansmen Motel Sunset Bay B&B
Hilton Beach Inn
Carolyn Beach Motel Mountain View B&B North Shore B&B
Algoma Motel Beaver Motel Best Northern Resort
Bristol Motel
Lakeview Hotel Mystic Isle Motel
Parkway Motel Sportsman’s Inn Wawa Motor Inn
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TELEPHONE
(705) 841-2575
(705) 356-2255
(705) 356-0800
(705) 356-2274
(705) 785-3447
(705) 785-3435
(705) 942-0416
(705) 864-1313
(705) 864-0770
(888) 378-8512
(705) 864-2588
(705) 864-0440
(705) 864-1467
(705) 884-2252
(705) 461-9251
(705) 848-8090
(705) 848-4004
(705) 848-2843
(705) 649-5631
(705) 649-3124
(705) 649-5571
(705) 841-2508
(705) 234-2812
(705) 949-8111
(705) 759-6199
(705) 759-3436
(705) 759-8608
(705) 777-2382
(705) 781-3128
(705) 781-2200
(705) 781-3329
(705) 781-2340
(705) 844-2000
(705) 246-2581
(705) 246-2177
(705) 246-0063
(705) 842-3330
(705) 841-1140
(705) 842-3173
(705) 856-7010
(705) 856-2294
(705) 856-7302
(705) 856-2385
(705) 856-2625
(705) 856-1737
(705) 856-7020
(705) 856-2272
(705) 856-2278
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HÉBERGEMENT, SELON LA LISTE DES COLLECTIVITÉS
Snowmobile Friendly Towns & Lodgings
Villes et gîtes accueillants
CENTRAL ONTARIO
CENTRAL ONTARIO
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Apsley
Apsley
Bancroft
Bancroft
Bancroft
Bobcaygeon
Baysville
Bracebridge Bracebridge Bracebridge
Bracebridge Bracebridge Bracebridge
Buckhorn Buckhorn
Carnavon
Carnarvon
Carnarvon
Carnarvon
Carnarvon
Carnarvon
Carnarvon
Carnarvon
Carnarvon
Dorset Dwight Dwight
Dwight Dwight
Dwight
Dwight
Dwight Emsdale
Fenelon Falls
Fenelon Falls
Fenelon Falls
Gilmour
Gravenhurst
Gravenhurst
Gravenhurst
Gravenhurst
Gravenhurst
Haliburton
Haliburton
Haliburton
Haliburton
Haliburton
Haliburton
Haliburton
Haliburton
Harcourt
Havelock
Huntsville
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Huntsville Huntsville Huntsville
Kennisis
LODGING
TELEPHONE
Dragonfly B&B (705) 656-8425
Apsley Inn & Restaurant (705) 656-2338
Bancroft Motor Inn (613) 332-4900
Best Western Sword Motor Inn (613) 332-2474
(613) 332-3596
Lakeview Lodge
Pigeon Lake Resort
(705) 738-2333
Beauview Cottage Resort
(705) 789-3004
Muskoka Riverside Inn (705) 645-8775
Patterson Kaye Lodge (705) 645-4169
Riverside Inn
(705) 645-8775
Sleep Inn (705) 645-2519
Travelodge Bracebridge
(705) 645-2235
Wellington Motel
(705) 645-2238
Westwind Inn
(705) 657-8095
Beachwood Resort
(705) 657-3481
Buttermilk Falls Resort
(705) 489-1904
Firehouse Restaurant & Lakeside Resort(705) 489-4608
Highlands Motel
(705) 489-3111
Little Hawk Resort (705) 489-2158
Oakview Lodge & Marina
(705) 489-2463
Clansman Motel & Cottages
(705) 489-2330
Beechview Cottage Resort
(705) 489-2489
Ruby’s Cottage Resort and B&B
(705) 489-2193
Sandy Lane Resort (705) 489-2020
The Nordic Inn (705) 766-2343
Blue Spruce Inn (705) 635-2330
Bondi Village Resort
(705) 635-2261
Dwight Village Motel (705) 635-2400
Logging Chain Lodge
(705) 635-2575
Lakewoods Cottage Resort
(705) 635-2087
Oxtongue Lake Cottages
(705) 635-2951
Spring Lake Resort (705) 635-9995
Booker’s Clear Lake Cottages (705) 636-5354
Blue Oak Bed & Breakfast
(705) 887-2898
Royal Resort
(705) 454-3332
Fenelon Inn (705) 887-9000
Hastings Resort
(613) 474-4000
Hart of Muskoka
(705) 646-9077
Howard Johnson Inn
(705) 687-7707
Pinedale Inn
(705) 687-2822
Seven Shore B&B
(705) 689-8619
The Residence Inn by Marriott
(705) 687-6600
Pinestone Resort (705) 457-1800
Halimar Lodge (705) 457-1300
Kashaga Lodge Cottages (705) 457-9798
Kennisis Lake Lodge
(705) 754-2941
Northwood Inn (705) 457-1710
Silver Maple Motel
(705) 457-2607
Lakeview Motel
(705) 457-1027
Bonnie View Inn
(705) 457-2350
Martin Wood Resort
(705) 448-1920
Leisure Cottages
(705) 877-2959
Bluewater Acres
(705) 635-2880
Beauview Cottage Resort (705) 789-3004
Cedar Grove Lodge
(705) 789-4036
Colonial Bay Cottages (705) 635-2008
Comfort Inn (705) 789-1701
Deerhurst Resort (705) 789-6411
Hidden Valley Resort
(705) 789-2301
Portage Inn
(705) 812-1621
Tally Ho Inn (705) 635-2281
Travelodge (705) 789-5504
Tulip Inn
(705) 789-4001
Kennisis Lake Lodge
(705) 754-2941
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Kenissis Lake
L’Amable
Lake St. Peter
Midland
Midland
Midland
Minden
Minden
Minett
Muskoka
Orillia
Orillia
Orillia
Paudash Port Severn
Port Severn
Port Carling
Port Severn
Port Severn
Port Stanton
Port Sydney
Port Sydney
Rice Lake
Rice Lake
Rice Lake
Rice Lake
Stoney Lake
Stoney Lake
Sunridge
Utterson
Wasaga
LODGING
Windermere Cottage Resort
Teddy Bear Bed & Breakfast
White Pine Cottages
Midland Inn & Suites
Comfort Inn
Super 8 Midland Dominion Hotel
Sandy Lane Resort
The Rosseau JW Marriott Resort
Rosseau Retreat Historic B&B
Comfort Inn
Days Inn
Highwayman Inn Paudash Motel & Restaurant
Muskey’s Landing
Rawley Lodge
Westwynde on Rosseau B&B
Sunnylea Resort
The Inn at Christie’s Mill
Bayview Wildwood Resort
Pine Lodge
Trillium Resort & Spa
Elmhirst’s Resort
Godfrey’s Resort
Golden Beach Resort
Victoria Inn
Pine Vista Resort
Viamede Resort
Northridge Inn and Resort
Muskoka Shores
Saga Resort
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TELEPHONE
(705) 754-2091
(613) 332-5177
(613) 338-2655
(705) 245-1166
(705) 526-2090
(705) 526-8288
(705) 286-6954
(705) 489-2020
(705) 765-1900
(705) 732-2200
(705) 327-7744
(705) 326-8288
(705) 326-7343
(613) 339-2444
(705) 538-2184
(705) 538-2272
(705) 765-6268
(705) 538-2527
(705) 538-2354
(705) 689-2338
(705) 385-2271
(705) 385-1212
(705) 295-4591
(705) 295-2911
(905) 342-5366
(905) 342-3261
(705) 877-2108
(705) 654-3344
(705) 384-2252
(705) 769-2046
(705) 429-2543
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EASTERN ONTARIO
EASTERN ONTARIO
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Alexandria
Arden
Arnprior
Barry’s Bay
Barry’s Bay
Barry’s Bay
Barry’s Bay
Barry’s Bay
Barry’s Bay
Calabogie
Calabogie
Calabogie
Calabogie Calabogie
Campbellford
Carleton Place
Cobden
Deacon
Deep River
Deux Rivieres
Eganville
Hammond
Hastings
Hawkesbury
Hawkesbury
Iroquois Kemptville
Killaloe
Lanark
Lanark
Long Sault
Madawaska
Madawaska
Madawaska
McArthurs Mills
Morrisburg
Napanee
Napanee
Napanee
Northbrook
Northbrook
Odessa
Ompah
Ompah
Ompah
Ompah
Ompah
Pembroke
Pembroke
Pembroke
Pembroke
Perth
Perth
Petawawa
Petawawa
Plantagenet
Purdy
Renfrew
Richmond Rolphton
Sharbot Lake Smith Falls
Stonecliffe
Trent River
LODGING
White Rock Motel
Springwood Cottages Resort
Country Squire Motel The Ash Grove Inn Balmoral Hotel Barry’s Bay Cottage Resort
Fortune’s Madawaska Inn Mountain View Motel Spectacle Lake Lodge Calabogie Motor Inn
Calabogie Highlands Resort Calabogie Lodge Resort The Fans of Calabogie B & B
Jocko’s Beach Resort Emilyville Inn
The Barons Motor Inn Logos Land Resort Sands on Golden Lake Resort
Bear’s Den Motel Antler’s Kingfisher Lodge Pine Tree Motel
Domaine Chez Philias
Hastings House B & B
Best Western Motel L’Heritage
Stephanies
Iroquois Motor Hotel Howard Johnson
Annie’s Inn B&B
Clyde Hall B&B
River Edge B&B
Long Sault Motel
Barkwick Camp
All Star Resort
Riverland Lodge and Camp
Hidden Cove Cottage Resort
McIntosh Country Inn Matsterson’s Motel
Napanee Inn
Thriftlodge Pine Grove Motel The Hardy Inn
Wilton Road Motel
Griffins Hide A Way Cottage
Palmerston Lake Motel
Trout Lake Motel West Palmerston Cottages Young Cottages
Best Western Pembroke Inn Colonial Fireside Inn Comfort Inn Econolodge
Aquarius Motel
Tay Inn
Pine Ridge Park & Resort Quality Inn & Suites
Motel De Champlain
Blue Moon Retreat
Best Western Renfrew Inn Richmond Inn Motor Hotel Rolphton Motel
Sharbot Lake Country Inn Best Western Colonel By Inn
Morning Mist Resort
Terrace Lawn Cottages
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TELEPHONE
(613) 525-2362
(613) 335-5333
(613) 623-6556
(613) 756-7672
(613) 756-5162
(800) 218-0738
(613) 756-9014
(613) 756-2757
(613) 756-2324
(613) 752-2468
(613) 752-1234
(613) 752-2676
(613) 752-1595
(613) 752-2107
(705) 653-1114
(613) 257-4002
(613) 646-9765
(613) 625-2525
(613) 584-9795
(705) 747-0851
(613) 628-2832
(613) 487-3412
(705) 778-1803
(613) 632-5941
(613) 632-2783
(613) 652-4176
(613) 258-5939
(613) 757-0950
(613) 259-2330
(613) 259-5738
(613) 534-2546
(613) 637-5541
(613) 332-6737
(613) 637-5338
(613) 474-3284
(613) 543-3788
(613) 354-9392
(613) 354-3334
(613) 354-3334
(613) 336-2522
(613) 336-9054
(613) 386-7379
(613) 479-0363
(613) 479-2888
(613) 479-2987
(613) 479-2252
(613) 479-2897
(613) 735-0131
(613) 732-4232
(613) 735-1057
(613) 732-4222
(613) 267-4261
(613) 267-3300
(613) 732-9891
(613) 687-2855
(613) 673-5220
(613) 338-2266
(613) 432-8109
(613) 838-2999
(613) 586-2324
(613) 279-2198
(613) 258-0001
(613) 586-1900
(705) 778-3649
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Trent River
Tweed
Vankleek Hill
Vars
Warkworth
Westmeath
White Lake
Whitney
Whitney
Whitney
LODGING
Windswept
Park Place Motel The Stone House B&B
K’s Country Inn The Gallery Bed & Breakfast
Nangor Resort Cedar Cove Resort
Adventure Lodge
Algonquin East Gate Motel Bear Trail Couples Resort
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TELEPHONE
(705) 778-1803
(613) 478-3134
(613) 678-6524
(613) 443-3983
(705) 924-1853
(613) 587-4455
(613) 623-3133
(613) 637-5507
(613) 637-2652
(613) 637-2662
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Villes et gîtes accueillants
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Trail status and connections may vary with many TOP Trails closed for the
season, so please check the latest Trail Status Report for local trail availability
near the communities listed below before visiting this area.
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Geraldton
Geraldton
Geraldton
Geraldton
Longlac
Longlac
Longlac
Longlac
Longlac
Marathon
Marathon
Marathon
Marathon
Marathon
Marathon
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Park Bay Motel Gold Nugget Motel Le Chateau Bed & Breakfast
Silver Nugget Motor Hotel
Woodlands Inn Motor Hotel
Four Winds Motor Hotel
Ran-Dan Motel
Klotz Lake Camp
L’Oree des Bois Motel
Peninsula Inn
Lakeview Manor
Zero-100 Motor Inn
Airport Motor Inn
Marathon Harbour Inn
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TELEPHONE
(807) 854-1716
(807) 854-0740
(807) 854-0839
(807) 854-0911
(807) 876-2264
(807) 876-4474
(807) 876-2247
(807) 872-0202
(807) 876-2252
(807) 299-0651
(807) 229-2248
(807) 229-0100
(807) 229-1213
(807) 229-2121
(807) 822-2307
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Alban
Alban
Algonquin Park
Algonquin Park
Astorville/Corbeil
Astorville/Corbeil
Astorville/Corbeil
Bonfield
Bonfield
Burks Falls
Burks Falls
Burks Falls
Callander
Callander
Callander
Callander
Callander
Callander
Callander
Corbeil
Crystal Falls
Crystal Falls
Emsdale
Emsdale
Emsdale
Emsdale
Emsdale
Field
Katrine
Kearney
Kearney
Kearney
Kearney
Kukagami Lake
Lavigne
Lavigne
Mattawa
Mattawa
Mattawa
Mattawa
Mattawa
Mattawa
Mattawa
Marten River
Marten River
Marten River
Monetville
Monetville
Nipissing
Nipissing
Nipissing
Nipissing
Noelville
North Bay
North Bay
North Bay
North Bay
North Bay
North Bay
LODGING
The Cedar Village
Owl’s Nest Lodge
Algonquin Lakeside Inn
Riverland Lodge and Camp
Camelot Resort Cozy Camp Cottages
Hummingbird Hill B&B
Sunny Side Camp
Dinnerbell Restaurant and Motel
Pickerel Lake Cottage Resort Russ Haven Resort Ye Olde Cutter Camp
Bear Creek Cottages
Chalkey’s Sandy Bay Cottages Resort
Chilly Willy’s Ice Fishing Adventures
Green Road Cottages
Sunbeam Bungalows
Waltonian Inn Sunset Cove Lodge Birch Hill Camp
Moose Point Cottages
Okimot Lodge Cutter’s Cove Cottages
Algonquin Woods Cottage Resort
Deer Lake Retreat
Fernglen Inn Bed & Breakfast
Maple Brae Lakeside Cottages
Camp Horizon Dayspring Cottages
Edgewater Park Lodge Silversands Family Resort
Sand Lake Cottages Sandhurst Resort
Sportsman’s Lodge Wilderness Resort
West Bay Cottages
West Nipissing Resort
Buckeye Camp
Mattawa Adventure Camp
Mattawa Golf & Ski Resort Valois Motel Two Rivers Motel Castlewood Inn B&B
Welcome Inn Motel & Restaurant
Rock Pine Motel & Restaurant Timberlane Cottage Resort Beaverland Camp Monetville Lodge Saenchiur Flechey Resort
Cedar Grove Camp
Commanda Lake Resort
Promised Land Camp
Martin’s Camp
Countryside Motor Inn Along Side Trout Lake B&B Best Western Lakeshore Birches & Breezes B&B
Clarion Resort Pinewood Park
Comfort Inn Lakeshore
Dolphin Motel
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TELEPHONE
(705) 857-2522
(705) 857-2565
(705) 635-2434
(613) 637-5338
(705) 752-1119
(705) 752-2085
(705) 752-4547
(705) 776-2401
(705) 776-2224
(705) 384-5543
(705) 382-2027
(705) 382-9252
(705) 752-1157
(705) 752-1050
(705) 495-6867
(705) 752-2910
(705) 752-3780
(705) 752-2060
(705) 752-2820
(705) 752-1273
(705) 758-1112
(705) 758-6719
(705) 636-5070
(705) 636-5612
(705) 636-7580
(705) 636-1391
(705) 636-5390
(705) 758-6741
(705) 382-3427
(705) 636-5683
(705) 636-5380
(705) 636-5047
(705) 636-7705
(705) 853-4434
(705) 594-9999
(705) 594-2549
(705) 744-2206
(705) 744-5127
(705) 744-5818
(705) 744-5583
(705) 744-2403
(705) 744-4567
(705) 744-3639
(705) 892-2211
(705) 892-2350
(705) 892-2224
(705) 898-2921
(705) 898-2630
(705) 729-2030
(705) 729-5856
(705) 724-1648
(705) 729-2145
(705) 898-2053
(705) 497-9595
(705) 474-5800
(705) 498-6253
(705) 472-0810
(705) 494-9444
(705) 472-5370
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North Bay
North Bay
North Bay
North Bay
North Bay
North Bay
North Bay
North Bay
North Bay
North Bay
North Bay
North Bay
Port Loring/Loring
Port Loring/Loring
Port Loring/Loring
Port Loring/Loring
Port Loring/Loring
Port Loring/Loring
Powassan
Restoule
Restoule
Restoule
Restoule
Rutherglen
Rutherglen
South River
South River
Sprucedale
St. Charles
St. Charles
Sturgeon Falls
Sturgeon Falls
Sturgeon Falls
Sturgeon Falls
Sturgeon Falls
Sundridge
Sundridge
Sundridge
Sundridge
Temagami
Temagami
Temagami
Temagami
Temagami
Temagami
Temagami
Temagami
Temagami
Temagami
Temagami
Thorne
Trout Creek
LODGING
TELEPHONE
Franklin Motel
(705) 472-1360
Glenwood Motel and Cottages
(705) 472-1644
Gray’s Log House B&B
(705) 495-2389
Holiday Inn Express & Suites
(705) 476-7700
Lincoln Motel & Apts.
(705) 472-3231
Moe-Ze-On-Inn (705) 494-4915
Northern Suites Plus
(705) 474-6400
Sunset Inn on the Park (705) 472-8370
Super 8 Motel (705) 495-4551
Torbay Cottages (705) 476-0076
Travelodge Lakeshore (705) 472-7171
Travelodge Seymour
(705) 495-1133
Brooks Cottages (705) 757-2713
Northland Motel
(705) 757-2636
Pine Lake Camp (705) 757-1170
Wright Point Resort (705) 757-1190
Tornado’s Canadian Resorts
(705) 757-2050
Parolin’s Cottages
(705) 757-5335
Ruth Haven Cottages
(705) 724-3149
Chalet Casamia
(705) 729-5202
Two Lakes Lodge
(705) 729-5000
Crow’s Nest Lodge
(705) 729-2077
Eckford Camp
(705) 729-2157
Country Cabins
(705) 776-2504
Talon Lake Cabins (705) 776-2832
Algonquin Motel (705) 386-2641
Spring Lake Resort
(705) 386-2170
West Bear Lake Resort
(705) 685-7044
Hillcrest Lodge & Motel (705) 867-5739
Victoria Inn (705) 867-2939
Champlain Motel
(705) 753-1300
Lincoln Motel (705) 753-0880
Riverside Lodge
(705) 753-0509
Sturgeon River Inn
(705) 753-1320
Comfort Inn
(705) 753-5665
Caswell Resort (705) 384-7600
Northridge Inn & Resort
(705) 384-2252
Shady Nook Cottage Court
(705) 384-7011
Ten Gables Golf Inn
(705) 384-5844
Andorra Lodge
(705) 569-3288
Canusa Vacations
(705) 237-8965
Loon Lodge (705) 237-8918
Lowell Lake Lodge
(705) 569-2680
Papa John’s Place
(705) 569-3800
Northland Paradise Lodge (705) 569-3791
Ravenscroft Lodge (705) 569-3865
Tamar Vacations
(705) 237-8755
Temagami Shores Inn & Resort (705) 569-3200
Temagami Boat Livery & Accom.
(705) 569-3321
Wilson Lake Cottages
(705) 569-3710
Opimika Wilderness Camp & Cottages (705) 892-5617
TJ Motel
(705) 723-5000
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Chapleau
Chapleau
Chapleau
Chapleau
Chapleau
Chapleau
Charlton
Cobalt Cobalt Cochrane
Cochrane
Cochrane
Cochrane
Cochrane
Cochrane
Cochrane
Cochrane
Cochrane
Earlton Elk Lake Elk Lake
Elk Lake Elk Lake Elk Lake
Elk Lake Englehart Englehart Gogama
Gogama
Gogama
Gogama
Gogama
Gogama
Gowganda
Gowganda
Gowganda
Hearst
Hearst
Hearst
Hearst
Hornepayne
Hornepayne
Hornepayne
Kapuskasing
Kapuskasing
Kapuskasing
Kapuskasing
Kapuskasing
Kapuskasing
Kirkland Lake
Kirkland Lake
Kirkland Lake
Kirkland Lake
Larder Lake Larder Lake Latchford
Latchford
Ramore Shining Tree
Shining Tree
Shining Tree
LODGING
Aux Trois Moulins Motel
Blue Heron Inn
Chapleau Lodge
Flame Lake Lodge
Riverside Motel
Valentine Farms B&B
Timberline Lodge Marsh Bay Tourist Resort Silverland Inn Motel
Best Western Swan Castle Inn
Chimo Motel Commando Shores B&B Golden Gate Motel Lillabelle Lake Resort North Adventure Inn Station Inn Thriftlodge
Westway Motor Hotel Motel D’Earlton Elk Cabins
Elk Lake Eco Resource Centre
Laurin’s Montreal River B & B Long Point Lodge
Poplar Point Camp
Moosehorn Motel
North Star Motel
Olde Towne Inn
Lise’s Lakeview Retreat Minakwa Lodge
Minisinakwa Lodge
Morin’s All Season Resort Tata-Chika Pika Lodge Quiet Waters Cottages
Auld Reekie Lodge Golden Eagle Camp
Quick’s Gowganda Lake Camp
Companion Hotel Motel
Northern Seasons Motel
Queen’s Motel Villa Motel Centre Inn
Hornepayne EDC Apartments
Uncle’s Resort and Lodge
Advantage Motel
Apollo Motel Comfort Inn Mattagami Motel
Park Inn Motel Super 8 Comfort Inn Kenogami Bridge Inn
Kirkland Lake Inn
River Runs Resort
Country Motor Inn
Larder Lake Lodge
Bay Lake Bed & Breakfast
Northland Motel Rolly’s Motel
Shining Tree Tourist Camp Spruce Shilling Camp
Three Bears Camp
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TELEPHONE
(705) 864-1313
(705) 864-0770
(888) 378-8512
(705) 864-2588
(705) 864-0440
(705) 864-1467
(705) 544-2812
(705) 679-8810
(705) 679-2115
(705) 272-5200
(705) 272-6555
(705) 272-6760
(705) 272-5498
(705) 272-5680
(705) 272-6683
(705) 272-3500
(705) 272-4281
(705) 272-4285
(705) 563-2999
(705) 678-2283
(705) 678-2248
(705) 678-2105
(705) 624-2419
(705) 624-2411
(705) 678-2400
(705) 544-2353
(705) 544-2225
(705) 894-2413
(705) 894-2294
(705) 894-2170
(705) 894-2319
(705) 894-2037
(705) 894-2029
(705) 624-3512
(705) 565-2566
(705) 624-3446
(705) 362-4304
(705) 362-4281
(705) 362-4361
(705) 362-4331
(807) 868-2008
(807) 868-2307
(807) 868-3232
(705) 335-4170
(705) 335-6084
(705) 335-8583
(705) 335-8591
(705) 335-2366
(705) 335-8887
(705) 567-4909
(705) 642-3227
(705) 567-3241
(705) 642-1136
(705) 643-2161
(705) 643-1111
(705) 676-2313
(705) 676-2096
(705) 236-4004
(705) 263-2034
(705) 263-2082
(705) 263-2057
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LODGING BY COMMUNITY LISTING
HÉBERGEMENT, SELON LA LISTE DES COLLECTIVITÉS
Snowmobile Friendly Towns & Lodgings
Villes et gîtes accueillants
ONTARIO’S WILDERNESS REGION
RAINBOW COUNTRY
OFSC
DISTRICT
15
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
15
14
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COMMUNITY
Smooth Rock Falls
Temiskaming Shores
Temiskaming Shores
Temiskaming Shores
Temiskaming Shores
Temiskaming Shores
Temiskaming Shores
Temiskaming Shores
Temiskaming Shores
Temiskaming Shores
Temiskaming Shores
Temiskaming Shores
Temiskaming Shores
Temiskaming Shores
Timmins Timmins Timmins Timmins Timmins Timmins Timmins Timmins Timmins Timmins
Val Rita
Virginiatown
LODGING
Moose Motel
Auberge Country Inn
Econo Lodge
Edgewater Motel, Cabins & Camping
Glen-Aura Cottages & Motel Haileybury Beach Motel
Holiday Inn Express
Leisure Inn
Mowat Landing Cottages
Quality Inn
Rose Point Lodge Sunnydale Cottages
Timberline Lodge Waterfront Inn
Bon Air Motel
Carabelle Motel Cedar Meadows Resort Comfort Inn Post 392
Regal Motel
Super 8 Motel Timmins Inn & Suites
Travelodge
WildExodus
Motel Chez Dagenais
Cheminis Lodge - www.ontariosnowtrails.ca -
TELEPHONE
(705) 338-2300
(705) 647-6721
(705) 647-6705
(705) 647-8588
(705) 647-6153
(705) 672-3354
(705) 647-8282
(705) 672-5084
(705) 647-2550
(705) 647-7357
(705) 544-8777
(705) 647-5470
(705) 544-2812
(705) 647-8711
(705) 264-1275
(705) 235-8101
(705) 268-5800
(705) 264-9474
(705) 266-1506
(705) 235-3393
(705) 268-7171
(705) 267-6241
(705) 360-1122
(705) 266-1555
(705) 335-8775
(705) 634-2400
OFSC
DISTRICT
10
12
10
10
12
10
10
12
12
12
12
11
12
10
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
COMMUNITY
Ahmic Harbour
Azilda
Britt
Carling
Coniston
Dunchurch
Dunchurch
Espanola
Espanola
Espanola
Espanola
French River
Killarney Killarney
MacTier
Manitoulin Island
Manitoulin Island
Manitoulin Island
Manitoulin Island
Manitoulin Island
Markstay
Massey
MacTier
Magnetawan
Onaping
Parry Sound
Parry Sound
Parry Sound
Parry Sound
Pointe au Baril
Skead
Capreol
Sudbury
Sudbury
Sudbury
Sudbury
Webbwood
Webbwood
LODGING
Ahmic Lake Resort
Valley Inn Hotel Motel
River Haven Resort
BelAir Cottages
Colonial Inn
Duck Rock Resort
Whitestone Lake Resort
Black Bear Camp
Lake Apsey Resort
Lang Lake Resort Pinewood Motor Inn Presquile Cottages
Killarney Bay Inn
The Pines Inn
H & H Restaurant & Resort
Bridgeway Motel Buckhorn Motel Gordon’s Lodge Resort Hawberry Motel Manitoulin Inn
Pine Falls Lodge
Mohawk Motel
H&H Restaurant & Resort
Quiet Bay Log Motel
Windy Lake Motel
Quality Inn & Conference Centre
Log Cabin Dining & Lodging
Terrawoods
Trapper’s Choice Restaurant and Inn
Pleasant Cove Resort
Sportman’s Lodge Wilderness Resort
Rocky’s Lake Wanapitei
Chateau Guay Motel Moonlight Inn & Suites
Travelodge Hotel Travelway Inn Agnew Lake Lodge The Webbly Motel
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TELEPHONE
(705) 387-3853
(705) 983-4267
(705) 383-2426
(705) 432-9500
(705) 694-4761
(705) 389-3322
(705) 389-2770
(705) 869-6060
(705) 869-1718
(705) 285-4241
(705) 869-3460
(705) 857-2195
(705) 287-2011
(705) 287-1068
(705) 375-5323
(705) 368-2230
(705) 859-3635
(705) 282-2342
(705) 368-3388
(705) 377-5500
(705) 858-1026
(705) 865-2722
(705) 375-5323
(877) 224-8235
(705) 966-3967
(705) 378-2461
(705) 746-7122
(705) 378-2762
(705) 746-9491
(705) 366-2206
(705) 853-4434
(705) 858-0500
(705) 566-1501
(705) 566-0321
(705) 522-1100
(705) 522-1122
(705) 869-2239
(705) 869-5401
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LODGING BY COMMUNITY LISTING
HÉBERGEMENT, SELON LA LISTE DES COLLECTIVITÉS
Snowmobile Friendly Towns & Lodgings
Villes et gîtes accueillants
SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO
SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO
OFSC
DISTRICT
9
5
5
5
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
5
5
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
5
9
5
5
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
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COMMUNITY
Barrow Bay
Bayfield
Bayfield
Bayfield
Benmiller
Blue Mountain
Blue Mountain
Blue Mountain
Blyth
Chatsworth
Chatsworth
Chesley
Chesley
Delhi
Delhi
Dundalk
Durham
Eugenia
Ferndale
Ferndale
Flesherton
Flesherton
Goderich
Goderich
Grand Bend
Grand Bend
Hanover
Kemble
Kincardine
Kincardine
Kincardine
Kincardine
Listowel
Lion’s Head
Lion’s Head
Lion’s Head
Lucknow
Markdale
Meaford
Meaford
Markdale
Markdale
Mildmay Milverton
Mount Forest
Mount Forest
Owen Sound Owen Sound Owen Sound Owen Sound Owen Sound Owen Sound Palmerston Palmerston Pike Bay
Port Elgin
Port Elgin
Port Elgin Ripley
Sauble Beach
Sauble Beach
Southampton
Southampton
Southampton
LODGING
Birchview B&B Deer Park Lodge Albion Hotel
The Little Inn of Bayfield
Benmiller Inn
The Blue Mountain Inn
Tyrolean Village Resorts
Village at Blue
Blyth Inn
Key Motel Settler’s Loft
Cedarbrae B&B
Sconeview B&B Dell Motel
Maple Leaf Motel
Sky View Motel Homestead Resort Cedars of Lake Eugen
Mom’s Motel Northwinds Motel
Knights Inn Cedars of Lake Eugenia
Cedar Lodge Motel
Dunlop Motel
Oakwood Inn Resort
Pinedale Motor Inn
Travellers Inn
Cobble Beach
Best Western Governor’s Inn
Holiday Inn Express & Suites
Howard Johnson Inn
Save Inn
Country Inn Motel Lion’s Head Beach Motel Lion’s Head Inn Taylor-Made B & B
Sommerville Court B&B
Barrhead Pub, Grill & Inn
Bay-Vue Motel Hilltop Motel Barrhead Pub, Grill & Inn
Villa Motel
Whispering Brook B&B Pierre & Pita Allard B&B Forest Plaza Motel
Pike Lake Golf View Motel Best Western Inn on the Bay Days Inn Diamond Motor Inn Owen Sound Inn
Pinecrest Motel Springmount Motel
Elm Park Motel King Hotel By the Bay Resort Aunt Mabels Country Motel
Colonial Motel Super 8 Motel By The Light B&B
Centennial Motel
Sauble River Lodge Cedar Court Motel Huron Haven Motel Southampton Inn - www.ontariosnowtrails.ca -
TELEPHONE
(519) 793-6085
(519) 482-9116
(519) 565-2641
(519) 565-2611
(519) 524-2191
(705) 445-0231
(416) 213-7437
(705) 445-0231
(519) 523-9381
(519) 794 2350
(519) 988-4831
(519) 363-9667
(519) 363-6992
(519) 582-1280
(519) 582-1021
(519) 923 9200
(519) 369-3771
(519) 922-2043
(519) 793-3555
(519) 793-4594
(519) 924-3300
(519) 922-2043
(519) 524-8379
(519) 524-8781
(519) 238-2324
(519) 238-2231
(519) 364-1911
(226) 664-0064
(519) 396-8242
(519) 395-3545
(519) 396-3444
(519) 396-5454
(519) 291-1580
(519) 793-3155
(519) 793-4601
(519) 793-4853
(519) 357-7067
(519) 986-3333
(519) 538-3490
(519) 538-1700
(519) 986-3333
(519) 986-3070
(519) 367-2565
(519) 595-2786
(519) 323-1101
(519) 338-3010
(519) 371-9200
(519) 376-1551
(519) 371-2011
(519) 371-3011
(519) 376-3510
(519) 376-5841
(519) 343-2540
(519) 343-3906
(519) 793-3317
(519) 389-2122
(519) 832-2021
(519) 832-2058
(519) 366-2629
(866) 381-7408
(519) 422-1762
(519) 797-3777
(519) 797-2248
(519) 797-5915
OFSC
DISTRICT
5
5
5
5
9
9
5
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
COMMUNITY
Stratford
Strathroy
St Mary’s
St. Thomas
Teeswater
Thornbury
Tillsonburg
Tobermory
Tobermory
Varney
Walkerton
Walkerton
Walters Falls Wiarton
Wiarton
Wiarton
Wiarton Wiarton
Wiarton
Wiarton
Wingham
TELEPHONE
LODGING
Forest Motel
Strathroy Motor Inn
Stone Willow Inn
Cardinal Court Motel
Peace of the Country Penny’s Motel Super 8 Motel Harbourside Motel Tobermory Princess Motel Varney Motel
Hillside Motel Walkerton Inn Motel The Falls Inn
Cedarholme Cottages B&B
Glen Miller Motel
Island View B&B
Lake Francis Cottages
Red Bay Lodge Shenstone Motor Inn Top Notch Motel Lindon Motel - www.gorideinontario.ca -
(519) 271-4572
(519) 245-4480
(519) 284-4140
(519) 633-0740
(519) 392-8272
(519) 599-3909
(519) 842-6176
(519) 596-2422
(519) 596-8282
(519) 369-9982
(519) 881-1470
(519) 881-0629
(519) 794-4388
(519) 534-3705
(519) 534-0175
(519) 534-4396
(519) 371-6580
(519) 534-1027
(519) 534-1831
(519) 534-1310
(519) 357-1342
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LODGING BY COMMUNITY LISTING
HÉBERGEMENT, SELON LA LISTE DES COLLECTIVITÉS
Snowmobile Friendly Towns & Lodgings
Villes et gîtes accueillants
SUNSET COUNTRY
SUNSET COUNTRY
OFSC
DISTRICT
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
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COMMUNITY
Atikokan
Atikokan
Atikokan
Atikokan
Atikokan
Atikokan
Balmertown
Balmertown
Dryden
Dryden
Dryden
Dryden
Dryden
Dryden
Dryden
Dryden
Ear Falls
Ear Falls
Emo
Emo Fort Frances
Ignace
Ignace
Ignace
Ignace
Ignace
Ignace
Ignace
Keewatin
Keewatin
Keewatin
Kenora
Kenora
Kenora
Kenora
Kenora
Kenora
Kenora
Kenora
Kenora
Kenora
Kenora
Kenora
Longbow Lake
Minaki
Minaki
Mine Centre
Nestor Falls
Nestor Falls
Rainy River
Rainy River
Red Lake
Red Lake
Red Lake
Red Lake
Sioux Lookout
Sioux Narrows Sioux Lookout
Sioux Lookout
Sioux Lookout
Sioux Lookout
Vermilion Bay
Vermilion Bay
Vermilion Bay
LODGING
TELEPHONE
Atikokan Hotel
(807) 597-2533
Branch’s Seine River Lodge Outfitters (807) 947-2391
Browns’ Clearwater West Lodge
(807) 597-2884
Marr’s Perch Lake Lodge
(807) 597-1233
Quetico Inn
(807) 597-2766
White Otter Inn
(807) 597-2747
Balmer Motor Hotel
(807) 735-2076
Nature’s Inn
(807) 735-2626
Best Western (807) 223-3201
Comfort Inn
(807) 223-3893
Davis’ Bonny Bay Camp
(807) 938-6696
Hide Away Motel
(807) 223-5329
Holiday Inn Express
(807) 223-3000
Timberland Motel
(807) 223-5395
Town & Country Motel
(807) 223-2377
Trans Canada Motel
(807) 223-2251
Hotel 105 Bar & Grill
(807) 222-3374
Trillium Motel & Restaurant
(807) 222-3126
Emo Inn
(807) 482-2272
Gateway North Outfitters
(807) 482-1388
La Place Rendez-Vous Hotel
(807) 274-9811
Agimac River Outfitters
(807) 934-6922
Berglund Outposts
(807) 934-0805
Lone Pine Motel
(807) 934-2239
Majestic Motel
(807) 934-2395
North Woods Motor Inn
(807) 934-2296
Trading Post Motel
(807) 934-2386
Westwood Motel
(807) 934-2978
Countryside Manor
(807) 547-0030
Northwoods Bed & Breakfast
(807) 547-2992
Southview Motel
(807) 547-2471
Best Western Lakeside Inn
(807) 468-5521
Comfort Inn By Journey’s End
(807) 468-8845
Day’s Inn
(807) 468-2003
Kenora Inn Motel
(807) 468-3071
Kenora Travelodge
(807) 468-3155
Lake Vu Motel
(807) 468-5501
Luby’s Motel & Restaurant
(807) 468-3044
Northwest Outfitters & Outpost Camps(807) 548-4881
Smiths Camps & Old Pilot’s Pub
(807) 548-5764
Super 8 Motel
(807) 468-8016
Thee Laurenside Inn
(807) 468-6065
Tower Motor Hotel
(807) 468-3389
Redden’s Camp Ltd.
(807) 548-4066
Barber’s Resort
(807) 224-6411
Halley’s Camps, Inc.
(807) 224-6531
Mine Centre Resort
(807) 599 2826
Hanson’s Hideaway Lodge
(807) 484-2115
Nestor Falls Hotel/Motel
(807) 484-2123
Canadian Northern Hotel
(807) 852-3318
Road Runner Motel
(807) 852-3296
Howey Bay Motel, Restaurant & Lounge (807) 727-3419
Norseman Inn
(807) 727-2858
Red Lake Bed & Breakfast
(807) 727-3707
Red Lake Inn
(807) 727-2161
Best Western
(807) 737-4444
Crystal Harbour Resort Hotel
(807) 226-5233
Forest Inn & Conference Centre
(807) 737-1330
Lamplighter Motel
(807) 737-1014
Sunset Inn
(807) 737-1113
The Wellington Inn
(807) 737-4030
North Country Lodge
(807) 227-5245
Birch Dale Lodge
(807) 227-5262
Northside Motel
(807) 227-5339
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OFSC
DISTRICT
17
17
17
COMMUNITY
Wabigoon
Wabigoon
Waldhof
LODGING
Lang’s Motel
Pine Grove Camping & Motel
Waldhof Bay Lodge
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TELEPHONE
(807) 938-6423
(807) 938-6543
(807) 227-8007
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BON À SAVOIR
BON À SAVOIR
bienvenue en
ontario
Tous les hivers, des milliers
de motoneigistes choisissent
l’Ontario pour d’excellentes
raisons : services d’accueil et
commodités qui répondent
exactement à leurs besoins;
paysages époustouflants;
aventures palpitantes en pleine
nature; collectivités amicales à
l’égard des motoneigistes; vaste
variété d’expériences et de
terrains; services de location et
circuits accompagnés faciles à
trouver; aéroports et routes de
premier rang; villes dynamiques
et charme de la campagne – la
liste est longue…
Toutefois, s’ils choisissent
l’Ontario plutôt que toute
autre destination, c’est
principalement en raison
des sentiers de motoneige
qu’exploite la OFSC. Ces
sentiers bien balisés offrent aux
motoneigistes les meilleures
conditions qui soient et une
saison qui dure jusqu’à
16 semaines.
Alors pourquoi iriez-vous
ailleurs pour faire de la
motoneige? Avec près de
33 000 km de sentiers
aménagés, vous pouvez
parcourir tout l’Ontario en
motoneige. Les sentiers de la
OFSC relient les collectivités
de la Ceinture de neige et
permettent d’atteindre des
centaines de centres de
villégiature, d’hôtels, de motels,
de restaurants, de stations
service, de concessionnaires de
motoneiges et de chalets.
Partout, vous aurez droit à un
accueil chaleureux et vous
trouverez toute l’aide nécessaire
pour que votre randonnée
36
en motoneige soit des plus
agréables. Vous pouvez
parcourir l’une ou l’autre de
nos régions en motoneige, ou
traverser l’Ontario du Québec
au Manitoba, en empruntant
les sentiers de la province. À
vous de choisir… Venez donc
nous rendre visite cet hiver
et découvrez les joies de la
motoneige en Ontario!
utilisation du guide
des circuits
Lorsque vous aurez décidé
que vous explorerez l’Ontario,
cet hiver, qui répondra à vos
questions? Qui vous aidera à
planifier votre séjour? L’Ontario
est très vaste.
Comment décider quelle région
visiter? Comment savoir où
trouver la neige et les sentiers
ouverts? Comment se rendre à
tel ou tel endroit et où loger?
Voudrez-vous savoir autre
chose?
On trouve aussi presque tous
ces renseignements à l’adresse
faireuntourenontario.ca.
Le Guide absolu des circuits
présente toutefois un avantage :
vous pouvez l’emporter avec
vous et vous en servir comme
ouvrage de référence quand
vous n’avez pas accès à
Internet. C’est un peu une bible
de Motoneige Ontario. Avec lui,
vous aurez toutes les réponses
à portée de main!
À propos de la ofsc
La Ontario Federation of
Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC)
représente les 217 clubs
de motoneige locaux qui
exploitent les sentiers de
motoneige de l’Ontario. la
OFSC, la plus importante
association de motoneige du
monde, est l’organisme de
coordination de la motoneige
organisée en Ontario. Pour plus
de détails, cliquez sur ofsc.on.ca
La convivialité de l’Ontario à
l’égard des motoneigistes est
sans égale et nous voulons vous
le prouver dès le départ en
vous rendant les choses faciles
et simples. C’est pour cette
raison que nous nous sommes
associés à la OFSC pour
préparer ce guide des circuits,
très pratique. Il accompagne le
Guide des sentiers provinciaux
de la OFSC.
autres outils de
planification
Le Guide des circuits est le
principal outil de préparation
d’une randonnée. Il vous donne
des renseignements détaillés
sur tout ce que vous devez avoir
sur la motoneige en Ontario. Il a
été rédigé par des motoneigistes
pour des motoneigistes. Vous
pouvez donc lui faire totalement
confiance.
Le guide provincial de la OFSC
permet aussi de découvrir
les milliers de kilomètres de
sentiers entretenus par les clubs
locaux et qui sont accessibles
à partir du réseau de sentiers
transprovinciaux.
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Guides des sentiers : Pour
planifier vos randonnées, vous
devriez vous servir du Guide
des sentiers provinciaux de
la OFSC, la seule ressource
provinciale de motoneige de
l’Ontario. Grâce à ce guide,vous
aurez une vue d’ensemble des
sentiers et de la façon dont ils
relient les régions entre elles.
Une fois que vous aurez
choisi la ou les régions que
vous souhaitez sillonner, vous
devrez vous procurer le ou
les guides des districts de la
OFSC pour avoir davantage
de renseignements (voir
information et personneressource dans les districts
de la OFSC à l’intérieur de la
couverture arrière).
Nos guides 2012 sont
conviviaux. La couverture de
chacun suit le même modèle
et est de la même couleur que
le district, sur la carte de la
couverture intérieure arrière
de ce guide. Une carte-index
de la province se trouve aussi
en couverture afin de bien
localiser la région. Les guides
de district sont les meilleurs
accompagnateurs, lorsque
vous parcourez les sentiers de
la OFSC. Ils comprennent des
renseignements régionaux
et locaux, mais aussi des
annonces d’établissements
d’hébergement et de
restaurants heureux d’accueillir
des motoneigistes, ainsi que
d’autres services qui apportent
leur concours à la motoneige
organisée.
Guide interactif des sentiers :
Le guide interactif des sentiers
de la Fédération des clubs de
motoneigistes de l’Ontario est
le meilleur outil en ligne pour
obtenir des renseignements
à jour sur les sentiers, pour
connaître les distances et les
points d’intérêt. Il comprend
des rapports sur l’état des
sentiers fréquemment mis à jour
pour vous aider à découvrir le
meilleur sentier à parcourir. Des
applications pour les principaux
téléphones intelligents, comme
des plans satellite, sont aussi
offertes. Vous pouvez ainsi
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transporter les sentiers avec
vous! Visitez le www.ofsc.on.ca
Faire un tour de motoneige en
Ontario : Voici un autre outil
de planification, un site où
vous trouverez de l’information
sur les régions touristiques et
les lieux d’hébergement de
l’Ontario, ainsi que des conseils
sur la pratique de la motoneige
en Ontario. Le tout, au bout
de vos doigts! Visitez le www.
gorideontario.com/fr/snow
Publications : Le magazine de
la OFSC, Go Snowmobiling
Ontario, est la publication
officielle de la Fédération et est
postée aux motoneigistes qui
achètent un permis pour toute
la saison. L’abonnement d’un
an au magazine commence la
saison suivant l’achat du permis.
Ce magazine est une source
de renseignements sur les
excursions en Ontario.
À PROPOS DES SENTIERS DE
LA OFSC
• L’Ontario possède 32 658
km (20 292 mi) de pistes de
motoneige interconnectées,
qui forment le plus long
réseau de pistes de
motoneige du monde.
• Le réseau des sentiers
comprend les sentiers
provinciaux trans-ontariens
de la OFSC (15 591 km/
9 687 mi) et les sentiers des
clubs et des régions (près de
17 067 km/10 604 mi).
• Les sentiers provinciaux
trans-ontariens relient la
plupart des collectivités de
la Ceinture de neige, les
postes frontaliers, les régions
touristiques et les réseaux de
sentiers régionaux.
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• Les sentiers des clubs de
la OFSC, qui rejoignent les
sentiers provinciaux transontariens, offrent un excellent
accès à une multitude de
collectivités, de services et de
commodités, d’événements
et d’attractions.
• Avant d’emprunter les
sentiers de la OFSC, les
motoneigistes sont censés
en connaître les règles
d’utilisation (voir page 40).
Permis d’utilisation
des sentiers
• On peut se procurer un
permis à l’avance dans la
plupart des districts de la
OFSC (voir l’intérieur de la
couverture arrière), dans les
clubs de motoneige ou en
ligne, au www.ofsc.on.ca.
• On peut se procurer un
permis dans la plupart des
exploitations hivernales,
notamment concessionnaires
de motoneiges, restaurants
et motels.
• Les recettes réalisées grâce
aux permis permettent aux
clubs de la OFSC d’exploiter
les sentiers de motoneige.
• En achetant un permis,
chaque motoneigiste
participe aux coûts
d’exploitation des sentiers de
motoneige.
• Pour vous assurer que
l’argent de votre permis
serve au district de la OFSC
dont vous empruntez le plus
les sentiers de motoneige,
il est important que vous
achetiez le permis dans un
club de ce district.
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Pour la saison
2012-2013, les droits d’accès
aux sentiers de motoneige
sont les suivants :
Permis pour toute la saison
210 $ CA, le 1er décembre
2012 ou avant;
260 $ CA après le
1er décembre 2012
(utilisation illimitée des sentiers
de tout l’Ontario, toute la
saison).
Permis classique
130 $ CA
(pour les motoneiges de 15 ans
et plus)
La loi ontarienne exige que
toutes les motoneiges utilisées
à des fins récréatives sur les
sentiers de la OFSC portent un
permis valide.
Permis de sept jours
140 $ CA (utilisation illimitée
des sentiers de tout l’Ontario,
pendant sept jours consécutifs).
Permis de trois jours
100 $ CA
(utilisation illimitée des sentiers
de tout l’Ontario pendant trois
jours consécutifs).
Permis pour les activités
spéciales
35 $ CA
(seulement pour les activités
approuvées par le club)
Les obligations
juridiques de la
conduite en motoneige
Renseignements sommaires –
Pour conduire légalement une
motoneige en Ontario, vous
devez avoir :
• un permis de conduire valide,
• le titre de propriété de la
motoneige,
• le certificat d’immatriculation,
• une assurance,
• un casque, et
• un permis d’utilisation des
sentiers en motoneige.
Pour tous les
motoneigistes :
• La loi ontarienne exige qu’un
permis valide soit apposé
sur toute motoneige utilisée
à des fins récréatives sur les
sentiers de la OFSC.
• Le code de la route et les
sanctions possibles sont les
mêmes que pour la conduite
automobile, y compris
amendes, retrait du permis de
conduire, casier judiciaire
et/ou emprisonnement.
• Conformément aux
règlements du Code de la
route, l’Ontario exige que tout
utilisateur d’une motoneige
et son passager portent un
casque de sécurité.
• L’utilisateur de motoneige
doit avoir au moins 12 ans
et être titulaire d’un permis
d’utilisateur de motoneige.
Les utilisateurs d’au moins
16 ans peuvent détenir à la
place un permis de conduire
valide.
• La vitesse maximale autorisée
sur les sentiers de l’Ontario
est de 50 kilomètres à l’heure.
Pour les résidants de
l’Ontario :
Tous les résidants de l’Ontario
sont tenus d’immatriculer leur
motoneige auprès du ministère
des Transports et de détenir
une assurance. La motoneige
doit porter à un endroit visible
son numéro d’immatriculation.
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• Tous les résidants de
l’Ontario doivent afficher
l’attestation de la délivrance
ou de la validation du permis
sur la motoneige.
Pour les non-résidants:
• Tous les non-résidants
doivent fournir la
preuve d’assurance et
d’immatriculation, ou l’acte
de vente et satisfaire aux
règlements de l’Ontario sur
l’utilisation d’une motoneige.
• Les résidants des ÉtatsUnis qui ne sont pas tenus
d’assurer leur motoneige
dans leur propre État doivent
détenir une police de
responsabilité automobile
pendant leur séjour en
Ontario (minimum 500 000 $).
Les conventions
d’utilisation des sentiers de
la OFSC
En tant qu’activité tout-terrain
dans un environnement naturel
imprévisible, la conduite d’une
motoneige comporte des
risques inhérents. L’utilisateur et
le passager doivent comprendre
qu’en acceptant d’emprunter
les sentiers de la OFSC ils le
font à leur propre risque.
Tout motoneigiste doit lire les
Conventions d’utilisation des
sentiers de la OFSC avant de
les emprunter. On peut les
consulter sur le site ofsc.on.ca.
Circuits non
accompagnés
L’Ontario a aménagé de
nombreux circuits populaires à
l’intention des motoneigistes
chevronnés conduisant leur
propre motoneige ou une
motoneige de location. On
trouve la liste des circuits de
chaque région touristique,
la durée approximative et le
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nombre de kilomètres des
randonnées, et les personnesressources dans les guides
des districts de la OFSC (voir
l’intérieur de la couverture
arrière)
Circuits en motoneige dans
la région d’Algoma
District 13 - 1-866-225-4662,
www.algomatrails.com
Boucle des villes (D13)
185 km/115 mi.
Principales communautés
d’Algoma : Sault Ste. Marie,
Searchmont, Goulais River
Boucle du sentier Deer (D13)
416 km/259 mi.
Principales communautés
d’Algoma : Bruce Mines, Blind
River, Elliot Lake, Aubrey Falls
Circuit espacade insulaire
(D13) - 230 km/143 mi.
Principales communautés
d’Algoma : Thessalon, Hilton
Beach, Echo Bay
Circuit panoramique
de la rive nord (D13) 303 km/188 mi.
Principales communautés
d’Algoma : Iron Bridge, Blind
River, Elliot Lake, Spanish
Des rails aux sentiers, circuit
1 (D13/14/15) - 1 400 km/870
mi.
Départ de Sault Ste. Marie.
Pour trouver d’autres
agglomérations, voir l’Ontario’s
Wilderness Region.
Circuits en motoneige
dans le centre de
l’Ontario
District 7 -1-800-328-7245 or
www.msrsnowtrails.com
Randonnée dans la région du
parc Algonquin (RAP) (D6/7/11)
901 km/600 mi.
Principales communautés de
l’Est ontarien : Whitney, Barry’s
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Bay, Pembroke, Deep River,
Mattawa, North Bay, Huntsville,
Dwight, Dorset, Haliburton,
Stonecliffe.
Circuits en motoneige
dans l’Est de l’Ontario
District 1 - (613) 543-0374,
www.district1ofsc.ca
District 6 - 1-877-376-7669,
www.snowcountryscsa.ca
Le grand tour de l’Est (D1)
900 km/600 mi.
Principales communautés de
l’Est ontarien : Hawkesbury,
Morrisburg, Smiths Falls,
Napanee, Calabogie
Boucle des terres hautes de
Calabogie (CAL) (D6)
260 km/170 mi.
Principales communautés
de l’Est ontarien : Eganville,
Griffith, Calabogie
La « French Connection »
(D1)
300 km/190 mi.
Principales communautés de
l’Est ontarien : Morrisburg,
Winchester, Plantagenet
Boucle des terres hautes de
Madawaska (MAD) (D6)
180 km/120 mi.
Principales communautés de
l’Est ontarien : Whitney, Lake St.
Peter et Barry’s Bay
Rideau-Saint-Laurent (D1)
425 km/270 mi
Principales communautés de
l’Est ontarien : Morrisburg,
Prescott, Smiths Falls, Sharbot
Lake, Carleton Place
Randonnée dans la région
du parc Algonquin (RAP)
(D6/7/11) - 901 km/600 mi.
Principales communautés de
l’Est ontarien : Whitney, Barry’s
Bay, Pembroke, Deep River,
Mattawa, North Bay, Huntsville,
Dwight, Dorset, Haliburton,
Stonecliffe.
Parcours en montagne russe
(D1)
325 km/200 mi.
Principales communautés
de l’Est ontarien : Arnprior,
Calabogie, Sharbot Lake, Perth,
Carleton Place
Boucle autour de
Bonnechere (BON) (D6) -180
km/120 mi.
Principales communautés de
l’Est ontarien : Golden Lake,
Wilno, Barry`s Bay
Circuit Voyageur (VOY) (D6)
350 km/230 mi.
Principales communautés de
l’Est ontarien : Sur les rives
de l’Outaouais: Renfrew,
Pembroke, Deep River.
Circuits en motoneige
dans le Moyen-Nord
District 11 - 1-866-338-6682,
www.nnta.ca
Faites le tour (D10/11/12)
800 km/500 mi.
Principales communautés : Parry
Sound, Sudbury, North Bay
Randonnée dans la région
du parc Algonquin (RAP)
(D6/7/11) 901 km/600 mi.
Principales communautés du
Moyen-Nord : Whitney, Barry`s
Bay, Pembroke, Deep River,
Mattawa, North Bay, South
River, Burks Falls, Huntsville,
Dwight, Dorset, Haliburton.
Randonnée dans la région de
Nipissing (RAN) (D11)
335 km/250 mi.
Principales communautés
du Moyen-Nord : North Bay,
Verner, Restoule
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Circuits en motoneige dans
l’Ontario Wilderness Region
District 14 - 1-888-828-2766,
www.ontariowildernessregion.com
District 15 - 1-877-287-2457,
www.ontariowildernessregion.com
Abitibi Canyon Tour (D15)
459 km/285 mi
Principales communautés de
l’Ontario’s Wilderness Region :
Cochrane, Smooth Rock Falls
La grande boucle (D14/15)
1 750 km/1 087 mi.
Principales communautés de
l’Ontario’s Wilderness Region :
Temiskaming Shores,
Gowganda, Timmins, Chapleau,
Hornepayne, Kapuskasing,
Iroquois Falls.
Circuit transfrontière en Abitibi
(D14/15) - 660 km/410 mi.
Principales communautés de
l’Ontario’s Wilderness Region :
Cochrane, Kirkland Lake
Circuit de la ruée de l’or (D14)
650 km/403 mi.
Principales communautés de
l’Ontario’s Wilderness Region:
Timmins, Kirkland Lake,
Gowganda
Randonnée dans la région
de Temiskaming (D14) 310 km/193 mi.
Principales communautés de
l’Ontario’s Wilderness Region :
North Bay, Temiskaming Shores.
Circuit romantique (D14/15) 1 050 km/652 mi.
Principales communautés
de l’Ontario’s Wilderness
Region : Timmins, Chapleau,
Hornepayne, Hearst, Kapuskasing
Des rails aux sentiers, circuit 1
(D13/14/15) - 1 400 km/870 mi.
Départ de Sault Ste. Marie.
Principales communautés de
l’Ontario’s Wilderness Region :
Hearst, Kapuskasing, Cochrane,
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Kirkland Lake, Gowganda,
Timmins.
Circuits en motoneige au
pays des arcs-en-ciel
District 12 - (705) 693-7669,
www.ofscdistrict12.com
Boucle Cartier (D12) 250 km/150 mi.
Principales communautés :
Sudbury, Chelmsford, Levack,
Cartier, Hamner, Val Caron,
Blezard Valley, Azilda
Circuit boréal (D10/11/12)
800 km/500 mi.
Principales communautés : Parry
Sound, Sudbury, North Bay
Boucle nature boréale
(D12/14) - 450 km/270 mi.
Principales communautés :
Sudbury, Shning Tree,
Gowganda
Boucle de la montagne Wolf
et du lac Chiniguchi (D12)
195 km/117 mi.
Principales communautés :
Sudbury, Garson, Coniston, Skead,
lacs Wanapitei et Chiniguchi
Circuits en motoneige dans le
sud-ouest de l’Ontario
District 9 - 1-800-387-7669,
www.ofscdistrict9.ca
Beavey Valley Tour (D9) 175km/108 mi.
Principales communautés :
Owen Sound, Chatsworth,
Markdale, Eugenia, Meaford
Péninsule Bruce (D9) 300 km/200 mi.
Principales communautés du
sud-ouest de l’Ontario :
Sauble Beach, Tobermory,
Wiarton
Randonnée épique dans le
comté de Grey-Bruce (D9)
290 km/190 mi.
Principales communautés du
sud-ouest de l’Ontario :
Owen Sound, Markdale,
Durham, Palmerston, Sauble
Beach
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Four County Tour (D9) 275 km/170 mi.
Principales communautés :
Owen Sound, Chatsworth,
Chesley, Walkerton, Mildmay,
Mount Forest, Palmerston,
Conn, Markdale.
Rivière Saugeen (D9)
77 km/50 mi.
Principales communautés
du sud-ouest de l’Ontario :
Walkerton, Mildmay, Teeswater
Circuits accompagnés
Cette liste indique les
voyagistes qui proposent divers
circuits accompagnés par
des professionnels en Ontario,
de la randonnée guidée aux
forfaits complets comprenant
l’hébergement, les repas et un
véhicule d’appoint (voir page
13).
Location d’une motoneige
Plusieurs agences louent des
motoneiges aux visiteurs (voir
page 14).
Forfaits location et
hébergement
Le forfait de nombreux
établissements d’hébergement
comprend la location d’une
motoneige (voir page 15).
Index des collectivités
Consultez la liste alphabétique
des collectivités accueillantes
et accessibles par un sentier
et qui comptent au moins un
établissement d’hébergement.
Cet index indique le district de
la OFSC et la région touristique
dans laquelle se trouve chaque
collectivité (voir page 16).
Hébergement, selon la
liste des collectivités
Une liste alphabétique
des collectivités (voir aussi
l’index des collectivités),
selon la région touristique et
indiquant les établissements
d’hébergement qui accueillent
les motoneigistes. Ces listes
gratuites indiquent aux
motoneigistes toutes les
possibilités d’hébergement
à leur disposition et un
numéro de téléphone général,
mais ne donnent pas de
renseignements complets sur
chaque établissement. Pour
plus de renseignements sur
l’hébergement, veuillez vous
reporter à la région touristique
voulue ou aux guides des
districts de la OFSC, qui
comprennent de nombreuses
annonces sur les services
d’accueil et autres services.
Pour savoir comment vous
rendre en Ontario, visitez le
faireuntourenontario.ca.
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SNOWMOBILE ONTARIO QUICK CONTACTS
BON À SAVOIR
Pourquoi attendre? Il est facile et commode
de vous procurer en ligne un permis
d’utilisation des sentiers, surtout si vous
souhaitez vous prévaloir de la réduction de 50
$ offerte en l’achetant avant le 1er décembre
2012. Le ministère des Transports de l’Ontario
a approuvé notre nouveau site Internet,
qui est sécuritaire et confidentiel. Il rencontre toutes les normes
relatives à la vie privée et vise la protection des consommateurs
et des transactions électroniques. Oui, il faut prévoir quelques
minutes, mais pas plus qu’il vous faudrait chez un détaillant!
Comptez 15 jours ouvrables pour que le permis soit livré à votre
adresse postale. Assurez-vous de vous inscrire aux privilèges
offerts aux membres de la OFSC – vous recevrez gratuitement
votre magazine!
Ontario has 9 tourism regions (see inside front cover) and the Ontario Federation of
Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) also divides the Province into 16 districts, each of which has
its own trail guide. Below is a sketch map showing OFSC district locations along with
their contact information. Links to OFSC districts and clubs, as well as current Trail Status
Reports, can be found at: www.ofsc.on.ca.
CONTACTS DE MOTONEIGE ONTARIO EN BREF
L’Ontario compte neuf régions touristiques (voir l’intérieur de la couverture). La
Fédération ontarienne des clubs de motoneigistes, elle, divise la province en 16 districts.
Chacun d’entre eux a un guide des sentiers. Vous trouverez, ci-dessous, une carte de ces
districts et comment communiquer avec eux. Visitez le www.ofsc.on.ca pour visiter les
districts et les clubs de la OFSC, et consulter l’état des sentiers, à jour.
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Kenora
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Geraldton
Dryden
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15
Hearst
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Hornepayne
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Rainy River Fort Frances
Nipigon
Atikokan
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Kapuskasing
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Marathon
Iroquois Falls
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Thunder Bay!
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Wawa
14
Chapleau
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13
12 Sudbury
Elliot Lake!
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Massey
Temagami
North! Bay
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Parry
Sound !
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Mattawa
Sundridge
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Bracebridge
Tobermory !
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Pembroke
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Haliburton
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Bancroft
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Lindsay
Barrie8
Hanover
Oshawa 3
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Owen Sound !
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Ottawa
Kingston
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Sarnia
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District 03
District 04
District 05
District 06
www.district1ofsc.ca..............................................
613-543-0374
613-478-5916
705-653-1560
www.sotba.on.ca................................................... 1-888-550-0335
www.ontariosnowmobiletrails.com........................ 519-349-2000
www.snowcountryscsa.ca....................................... 1-877-376-7669
District 07
District 08
District 09
District 10
District 11
www.ofscdistrict7.com........................................... 1-800-328-7245
www.most.on.ca.................................................... 1-800-347-7220
www.ofscdistrict9.ca.............................................. 1-800-387-7669
www.pssd.ca.......................................................... 1-888-213-8134
www.nnta.ca.......................................................... 1-866-338-6682
www.district2ofsc.ca..............................................
www.ofscdistrict3.com...........................................
District 12 www.ofscdistrict12.com......................................... 705-693-7669
District 13 www.algomatrails.com........................................... 1-866-225-4662
District 14 www.tata-bestsnowmobiling.com.......................... 1-888-828-2766
District 15 www.nt.net/corridor............................................... 1-877-287-2457
District 17 www.nwosta.ca...................................................... 1-807-937-2137
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