Pembroke’s Favourite Sled & Bed Hotel
The hotel provides snowmobilers with direct access off TOP B trail in Pembroke, a perfect starting point for the Round Algonquin Park [RAP] Tour.
Westwinds Restaurant- Before/After a Good Day of Sledding
Westwinds has been a favorite for snowmobilers over the years. Now you’ll love it even more! Order a take out meal or have it delivered to your room (room service). Yes, Westwinds Restaurant provides fresh meals that can be delivered to your room.
The Valley’s Largest and Most Complete Fitness Centre
Enjoy unlimited use of Pembroke’s largest and most complete fitness center. If you need some coaching, speak to one of the certified fitness trainers.
- All equipment has been recently updated
- For men & women
- Indoor swimming pool, hot tub and sauna
- Indoor tanning bed
There are always more that 25 different fitness programs running at the fitness center. That does not mean you have to join one to access our fitness center. You are always welcome to use any fitness facilities at your convenience.
Direct Access to trails off TOP B trail in Pembroke
Perfect starting point for the Round Algonquin Park [RAP] Tour
When the snow falls in Pembroke you can hear the sounds of snowmobiles immediately. With 1000’s km of groomed and local trails in the Ottawa Valley, snowmobiling is a very popular outdoor activity.
If you’re an outdoor enthusiast and enjoy snowmobiling, you’ll want to ride the trails in The Valley. Experience the thick, untamed forests and quaint little country villages. When you’ve had enough for the day, stay with Best Western Pembroke Inn & Conference Centre.
- Ride through spectacular wild forests and frozen landscapes
- The most extensive network of wilderness and snowmobile trails in the world
- Safe Snowmobile Parking
- Snowmobile Packages
- 24 Hour Fuel Centre
How Big Are Ontario’s Snow Trail Systems?
Ontario has more than 33,000 km of networked and uncongested trail systems. It’s the largest snowmobile trail system in the world. These trails are maintained by the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) every year.
Ontario’s Snowmobile Trail System Legend
Ontario’s trails are divided into 9 sections:
- Sunset Country
- North of Superior
- Algoma Country
- Ontario’s Wilderness Region
- Rainbow Country
- Ontario’s Near North
- Eastern Ontario
- Central Ontario
- South Western Ontario
Best Western Pembroke Inn & Conference Centre is located in Ontario’s Near North region (region 6).
Region 6 boasts about 1000’s km of well maintained trails. While touring this region you’ll enjoy sledding through forests, rolling farmland, Ottawa riverbanks and areas of Algonquin Park.
Snow Country Snowmobile Association Clubs Include:
- BonnTrae (Deacon)
- Eganville Sno-Drifters (Eganville)
- Griffith-Matawatchan Sno-Dusters (Griffith)
- Keetna Snowmobile Club (Petawawa)
- Missing Link (Deux Rivières)
- Opeongo Snowbirds (Barry’s Bay/Whitney)
- Peterson Pathfinders (Combermere)
- Timberline (Pembroke)
- Whitewater Sno-Goers (Renfrew)
Tools to help Snowmobilers Determine Trail Conditions
The following information will help sledders find out the current conditions of snowmobile trails in and around Pembroke.
Current Trail Conditions
Click here to view current trail conditions
Discover Snow Country with Best Western Pembroke Inn & Conference Centre!
Best Western Pembroke Inn & Conference Centre
Call: 613-735-0131 • Toll Free: 800-567-Best (2378)
What are your rates – American currency for two adults per night for a 5 night stay during snowmobile season. Who / how do I go about getting a trail map(s) for all of Ontario and your area as well as any other tourism snowmobile information for your area and Ontario. Looking to come up next winter possibly late February/ early March. Thank you.
Good afternoon Greg. Currently, our Snowmobile Rate is $132.00 CAD per night plus 13% tax. A five night stay would equal 660.00 and after tax $745.80. The current US exchange rate is 1.33 which would bring your total to approximately $558.71 USD. These rates and exchanges are obviously subject to change for next season. You can view trail status and much more snowmobile info at http://www.snowcountryscsa.ca/ or http://www.ofsc.on.ca/ for all the latest details and trail passes etc. The phone number for Snow Country Snowmobile Association, which is our local club, is 613-735-8882. They can assist with trail maps and any other questions you may have.
Thank you very much for your inquiry, happy sledding and we hope to see you next season!