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Kawartha Lakes Snowmobile Club Trail


We are the Number One Club in Canada in 2006 and Number One OFSC Club in 2005. We are presently building on our newly acquired property north of Fenelon Falls just off of the B103/E108. From the Heart of our Club Trails (the E108 and B103)-the Victoria Rail Line, you can travel from Lindsay to Cameron, Fenelon Falls, Rosedale, Coboconk, Burnt River and Kinmount.

You can unload your sleds at various parking lots, one in Fenelon Falls and one in Kinmount and ride for the day. Our trail system joins Heart of Ontario to the south and west, Haliburton Snowmobile Assc. to the north and Twin Mountains to the East. Our trails border some of the most popular lakes and rivers in the Kawarthas: the Burnt River, Balsam Lake, Cameron Lake and Sturgeon Lake. After spending a day on our trails you may never want to leave us!

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As an off-road experience snowmobiling is an inherently risky activity. The OFSC assumes every rider using an OFSC Prescribed Trail has read, understands and accepts the "Assumptions for OFSC Trail Use".

Information provided by the kawarha Lakes Snowmobile website.



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