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Snowmobiling in Snow Country- Hotel Sled N’ Bed FAQ

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After decades of providing accommodation 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?

Yes but you must possess a valid Ontario Driver’s License or snowmobile operating license.

Snowmobiling on roads

Where do I get a trail passes?

How far is the hotel from Ottawa or Toronto?

The hotel is located about 4 hours from Toronto or 1 ½ hours from Ottawa.

Best Western Pembroke location

Does the hotel offer any incentives to sledders?

Yes, when you arrive at the hotel we’ll give you a complimentary Sledder’s survival kit and dinner is on us.

Sledders Survival Kit

Roadside kit includes

  • 1 Whistle with lanyard
  • 1 Safety vest
  • 1 Call police banner
  • 1 Flasher
  • 1 Nylon bag with clip

Snowmobile Meal at Westwinds

Choose from any entree off the menu.


How much does it cost to stay and sled at Best Western Pembroke?

Our premier hotel package for snowmobilers is $120/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?

In 2022 the trail system you have access to is about 30,000km if all trail are groomed and accessible.
Snowmobile Regions ofsc 2020

District 1
Kingston, Ottawa, Cornwall
Upper Canada Snowmobile Region
District 2
Kawarthas, Bancroft, Mazinaw
Central Eastern Area Snowmobile Region
District 3
Port Perry, Rice Lake, Sharbot Lake
Southeast Snowmobile Region
District 4
Newmarket, Orangeville, Sutton
South Central Snowmobile Region
District 5
Strathroy, Grand Bend, St Thomas
Southwestern Ontario
District 6
Haliburton, Bancroft, Ottawa Valley
Snow Country Snowmobile Region
District 7
Muskoka Lakes Region
District 8
Barrie, Midland, Orillia
Mid Ontario Snowmobile Trails
District 9
Grey Bruce, Perth, Huron, Wellington
Midwestern Ontario
District 10
Muskoka/Parry Sound – Georgian Bay Region
Parry Sound Snowmobile District
District 11
North Bay, Mattawa, Burk’s Falls
Near North Trail Association
District 12
Sudbury, Espanola, Manitoulin
Sudbury Trail Plan
District 13
Algoma Country
Algoma Sno-Plan Affiliation
District 14
New Liskeard, Kirkland Lake, Timmins
Timiskaming Abitibi Trail Association
District 15
Cochrane, Kapuskasing, Hearst
Northern Corridor Du Nord
District 17
Thunder Bay, Dryden, Kenora
North Western Ontario

* Who manages the local snowmobile trails?

Snow Country OFSC district 6
40484 ON-41,
ON K8A 6W5
Call: 877-376-7669

How do I access the trails?

Access the trails directly from the hotel off TOP B trail in Pembroke.

Snow Groomer in Pembroke

Above: Photo shot from the entrance of Best Western Pembroke Inn showing a snow grooming machine on TOP B trail.

Where do I park my Sled?

If you arrive on your sled, park in front of the hotel.
Sled and Bed at Pembroke's Premier Sledding Destination
If you are pulling your sled on a trailer, park around the back in the dedicated area for vehicles with sleds.
Snowmobile Vehicle Parking

* We express our gratefulness to all the land owners allowing access to the snowmobile trails.

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