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Kawartha Lakes Snowmobile Club

We were Number One Club in Canada in 2006 and Number One OFSC Club in 2005. We have a new building on our property north of Fenelon Falls just off of the B103/E108.

From the Heart of our Club OFSC prescribed trails (the E108 and B103)-the Victoria Rail Line, and the newly acquired B104, 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. There is now a NEW launching area just north of Superior Propane!!! 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 scenic OFSC prescribed trails take you through some areas like the majestic Tall Pines wood lot known as the Pinery Trail and the Maple Bush Trail and a new Heritage Trail. All of our side OFSC prescribed trails give the avid snowmobiler the most breath taking step back into nature, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. After spending a day on our OFSC prescribed trails you may never want to leave us!

THE HISTORY OF KLSC

On May 9th, 1979 Somerville & District Snowmobile Association was incorporated by ten individuals whose objectives were:

TO better promote the safety of snowmobiling;
TO foster a spirit of co-operation with Ontario's law forces;
TO assist in the protection of the environment and
TO maintain a good public image and promote the spirit of snowmobiling in Ontario

On May 23, 2002 the organization's name officially changed to Kawartha Lakes Snowmobile Club. We've come a long way from a little club back in 1979 to a club that maintains the trail system in the heart of the Kawartha's. We are approximately 900 members strong and growing a steady pace each year.

We have a very strong Volunteer base which grows each year and volunteers take pride in maintain their piece of the trail, helping out with the Fun Run and admin work! Without our volunteers our club would not be the success that it is today.

In 2009 we proudly celebrated our 30th Anniversary. Many of our founding ten individuals are still 'members'. Our roots are in our communities and our communities and businesses fully support the Kawartha Lakes Snowmobile Club in many, many ways, from sponsorships, permit outlets and advertisers they help our club and we thank all of you!

In 2004 we received the OFSC Newsletter Award and in 2005 the highest award of all..... the OFSC President's Award... Club of the Year! Then in 2006 we won the 2006 CANADIAN CLUB OF THE YEAR!! What an achievement and honour! To all of our Volunteers, Landowners, Sponsors, Business and Community Partners, thank you for your support working hand in hand with this Club.

There are many restaurants, motels, inns and gas stations on our trail system and all of them Welcome Snowmobilers! There are many areas where you can park your vehicles and unload your sleds and ride the entire day. Plan a weekend you are most welcome to stay. THINK SNOW and LET YOUR SPIRIT RIDE...

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