Welcome to the Collingwood & Blue Mountains area. Here you will find all of the tools you need for a day on the trails. Collingwood may seem small town but we have just as many rules to keep you safe on the trails and the surrounding road ways.
If you are lodging in the area, before you venture out from one of our staging areas be sure to familiarize yourself with our town by-laws. There are certain Highways and Streets that are absolutely zero access for snowmobiles, and pay attention to the signs as some of our trail system is off limits for any motorized vehicle.
We are a member of the OFSC so a valid OFSC permit along with a vehicle permit , current year licence sticker and Insurance are all mandatory to ride the trails. If you are from outside Ontario or not a regular trail rider you may purchase a multi day pass directly from the OFSC web site.
Drivers 16 and over may operate asnowmobile on trails and highways where legally permitted. They must hold a valid Ontario driver's licence, including a G1, G2, M1,or M2 , or a Snow Vehicle Operator's Licence.
Children 12 -16 years must have proof of taking the OFSC approved driver training course
Most of all have fun and be safe
Know before you go. Check the trail staus to be sure the trails are open. Red means closed. Although it may appear there is enough snow for sledding. We respect the private property owners who are gracious enough to allow us access to their land. Snow may not be the only reason a trail is closed
We hope you find our site useful and look forward to seeing you on our trails. BMSD is just one of 230 clubs across Ontario and we encourage you to explore everything Ontario and this great sport has to offer