Algoma Sno-Plan Affiliation


Follow the fur traders through old growth forests and the rugged Canadian Shield. Run with the deer in their traditional feeding grounds. Smell the Maple Syrup in some of Canada's most productive maple forests. Revel in the Mining and Logging heritage with views of mine shafts, quarries and historical logging facilities still used today. 

Something for everyone. From seasoned riders to first timers, long-range sledders to stay and play enjoyers, Algoma has something for everyone.

Algoma loves snowmobilers And we can't wait to show you. With urban centres and laid back small towns, Algoma's peaceful trails always lead to unparalleled comfort, safety and hospitality.


While we recognize (and hope) that the early onset of winter and snow may enable snowmobile trails will open immediately, but it is just not that simple. 

Opening trails is dependent on a number of critical factors including landuse permission on private property, bodies of water freezing (swamps, rivers, lakes etc), trail preparation, bridge repairs, brushing, staking and signage.  In some areas, access to private land can be delayed due to late harvest of crops and other factors as well as the establishment of the trail base to enable the grooming required to withstand the fluctuating winter temperatures.

Although these may seem like excuses, the reality is that local clubs and volunteers begin working at all of these things long before the snow starts to fly but it is impossible for it to be complete for the first snowfall.  We can assure you that the volunteers in all of the clubs across Ontario want their trails to be the first to open.  As such, as soon as trails can be made available for riders, the clubs will post their trail availability on the Interactive Trail Guide available at  

The OFSC values your support and appreciates your patience as we let the volunteers get their work done.





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