D7 Office Location

  95 Manitoba St. Units 4 & 6

Bracebridge ON, P1L 2B3



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Welcome to OFSC District 7 - Muskoka

Stretching from the shores of Georgian Bay to the boundaries of Algonquin Park, District 7 has an abundance of trails located within a two to four hour drive of Toronto.  Our trail network provides a link between northern and southern Ontario communities in the Highways 11 & 400 corridors, translating into unlimited touring opportunities!

It's not difficult to understand why Muskoka is such a popular snowmobile destination. As the first district north of Toronto with real, consistent snow conditions; the District 7 trail network provides snowmobilers with spectacular views of frozen lakes surrounded by snow-clad hills, valleys and thick forests. Whether your preference is short loops or multiple day journeys, this large trail network will provide you with unlimited touring opportunities. Each route offers snowmobilers a different riding experience with a mix of scenic bush trails and wide-open areas. Snowmobilers never need to worry about accessibility to services because a variety of businesses providing food, accommodations, fuel and repair services are located along the trail.  We guarantee your snowmobiling experience will be exciting and scenic, whether your preference is a short loop trip or multiple day journeys. 

Muskoka is a hub of the Trans Ontario Provincial (TOP) trail network with a number of TOP trails intersecting throughout the region and is an integral part of Round Algonquin Park (RAP) Tour. Local snowmobile clubs have maintained snowmobile trails in Muskoka and surrounding areas for over 30 years. The member clubs of District 7 maintain an approximate 1600 kilometre network of trails covering some of Ontario’s most scenic landscape. Clubs are members of the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC), which represents the 231 local snowmobile clubs who operate and maintain over 34,000 kilometres of snowmobile trails throughout Ontario.

Member clubs of OFSC District 7 include: Hill & Gully Riders (Port Sydney), Snowcrest Riders (Gravenhurst) and the Muskoka Snowmobile Region, an association comprised of 9 member clubs and are as follows: Algonquin (Dwight, Oxtongue), Baxter Snow Riders (Port Severn), Du Ya Wanna Trail Riders (Huntsville), Happy Wanderers (Baysville), Highland Rovers (Kearney, Emsdale, Novar, Sprucedale), MLSTA (Bala, Bass Lake, Port Carling, Moonbridge), Muskoka Sno-Bombers (Bracebridge), SMART (Coldwater, Severn Falls) and Tall Pines Snowmobile Club (Dorset). 

For more information please visit our websites;
Click Here for Hill & Gully Riders
Click Here for the Muskoka Snowmobile Region and member clubs
Click Here for Snowcrest Riders


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The Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs offers information on trail status throughout the province.  Please visit the Interactive Trail Guide for current trail status in OFSC District 7!

Click Here to view the OFSC Interactive Trail Guide for OFSC District 7

FYI - Trail Availability - Status Legend  

Notice for a legally compliant snowmobiler to access an Ontario Prescribed Snowmobile Trail is provided through Trail Status Reports as last known to the applicable snowmobile club and illustrated in the online Interactive Trail Guide (ITG).

Status Colour Definition
Available Green

The identified route is accessible with the understanding that the trail will likely vary considerably in quality, attributes and terrain over it's length.

Limited Availability Yellow Access to the identified route is limited with marginal riding opportunities, snowmobilers enter with the understanding that they should exercise extreme care and reduce speed.
Unavailable Red The route is not available at this time, access is prohibited and anyone entering the property may be trespassing.


**Trail Status Reports provide notice of trail route accessibility, the reports are not an assurance of trail quality. Snowmobilers are reminded that snowmobiling occurs in a wilderness, non-engineered environment and the condition of the trail can significantly change over the course of a day due to climate, traffic, and other conditions. Snowmobilers access trail routes at their own risk and are reminded to exercise caution at all times. Although a trail may have been last identified as available or with limited availability, when in doubt, do not enter the trail.**



With the concerns of Landowners over the proposed Bill 100, there have been several land/trail closures within District 7. Please respect the landowners and do not trespass on any posted property/trail closures. With the lack of respect that has been reported to our District office to date, we are hoping it has not jeopardized our possibility of reopening these trails in the future. Please respect trail closures! Thank you

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