Thank you landowners from WCSTA!

Thanks to our landowners, permit buyers and volunteers

Every year generous landowners allow the winter use of their property for the enjoyment of snowmobiling. This land use is a privilege that is crucial to the existence of our snowmobile trails, and provides many social, recreational and economical benefits to our entire community – not to mention memories made out on the trails and at events with family and friends. On behalf of our clubs, volunteers and businesses that benefit from OFSC trails, the West Carleton Snowmobile Trails Association wish to extend sincere “thanks” to our landowners for the use of their property again this season.

People are being warned to stay off of area OFSC Prescribed snowmobile trails as trails are now reported as “Unavailable” on the OFSC Interactive Trail Guide at The public is also reminded that an OFSC snowmobile trail on private land reported as “Unavailable” means that access to that trail is also prohibited for any other users or persons for all other seasons, without the specific prior permission of the landowner.

We also appreciate the support of the many snowmobilers who bought trail permits to help pay their share of the cost of trail operations for the past season.

A very special thanks is also extended to all of the club volunteers who donated their services to assist local clubs in providing a successful season of snowmobiling. Although the winter is over, snowmobiling has become a year round business, so many volunteers will start immediately to plan and prepare for next winter. If you are interested in helping out, please let us know.