After decades of accommodating to sledders we’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions. These common questions are listed below for your convenience. If you have a question that is not shown below please contact our guest services team.
How do we find out the current Snowmobile Trail Status?
You can check the current conditions of the trails directly on the OFSC website.
Can snowmobiles drive on the roads in Ontario?
Where do I get a trail passes?
You can purchase trail passes online.
How far is the hotel from Ottawa or Toronto?
The hotel is located about 4 hours from Toronto or 1 ½ hours from Ottawa.
Does the hotel offer any incentives to sledders?
How much does it cost to stay and sled at Best Western Pembroke?
Our premier hotel package for snowmobilers is $110/PPDO for an overnight stay. Includes a sledder’s survival kit, breakfast, dinner and accommodation.
How big is the trail system that I can access from the hotel?
Kingston, Ottawa, Cornwall
Upper Canada Snowmobile Region
Kawarthas, Bancroft, Mazinaw
Central Eastern Area Snowmobile Region
Port Perry, Rice Lake, Sharbot Lake
Southeast Snowmobile Region
Newmarket, Orangeville, Sutton
South Central Snowmobile Region
Strathroy, Grand Bend, St Thomas
Haliburton, Bancroft, Ottawa Valley
Snow Country Snowmobile Region
Muskoka Lakes Region
Barrie, Midland, Orillia
Mid Ontario Snowmobile Trails
Grey Bruce, Perth, Huron, Wellington
Muskoka/Parry Sound – Georgian Bay Region
Parry Sound Snowmobile District
North Bay, Mattawa, Burk’s Falls
Near North Trail Association
Sudbury, Espanola, Manitoulin
Sudbury Trail Plan
Algoma Sno-Plan Affiliation
New Liskeard, Kirkland Lake, Timmins
Timiskaming Abitibi Trail Association
Cochrane, Kapuskasing, Hearst
Northern Corridor Du Nord
Thunder Bay, Dryden, Kenora
North Western Ontario
* Who manages the local snowmobile trails?
How do I access the trails?
* We express our gratefulness to all the land owners allowing access to the snowmobile trails