The Blue Mountain Snowdrifters Snowmobile Club is a non-profit organization run solely by volunteers. We are located in District 8 of the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) which we joined in 1973. Comprising Simcoe County and what is historically known as "Huronia", OFSC District 8 is consistently blessed with an abundance of lake effect snow due to its close proximity to Georgian Bay. This popular winter playground located west of Lake Simcoe encompasses breathtaking outlooks of the picturesque Niagara Escarpment and connects many well serviced rural and lakeshore communities with its over 1300km of scenic trails.


Our trails begin in Collingwood and connect to the towns of Feversham, Wasaga Beach, Stayner, New Lowell, Creemore and Singhampton. We offer over 100km of regularly groomed trails mostly sheltered by trees in the mountains which generally blesses us with an early snowfall and late season riding. Our trails are safely signed and patrolled with a variety of terrain ranging from hills, forests, smooth flatlands, twists and turns and much more making snowmobiling in our district the ultimate safe and great way to see our region. This is why many people from all over Ontario come to ride with us.



Thank you to our volunteers and the immeasurably valuable work they do for our club. Their dedication is essential to the work we do. They bring ideas, positive energy and beautiful intensity to our table. We couldn't do it with them...we wouldn't want to do it without them. 


We know the 30,000 kilometres of snowmobile trails across Ontario don't just happen by themselves. It takes a community of talented and diverse volunteers to maintain and grow our club with over 100km of professionally groomed trails we ride every winter.


But what exactly does it mean to sign up and become a volunteer? A typical volunteer puts in 30 to 40 hours per year. There is room for everyone.  It takes men and women from all walks of life with differing ages and skillsets to complete this club.  There is trail preparation, event planning, a board of directors, speaking with property owners and talking to our local businesses about the economical impact this sport places every winter on their establishment.


We are always looking for volunteers to help run our club. We meet the second Wednesday of the month at 7pm. Drop us a line and we will put your talents to good use.


Neal Owen



Claude Sulpizi

Trails & Volunteer Coordinator


Jamie Forsythe

Vice President


Phil Gagliardi

Groomer Manager


Annette White



Anna Posch

Advertising Coordinator


Here is the group of our most dedicated volunteers who keep us going 12 months of the year.