Located in South Eastern Ontario, between Cornwall and Brockville, Riverside Snowmobile Club operates approx 160km of OFSC prescribed trails. Snowmobilers will enjoy a wide variety of terrain, ranging from tight and twisty forest trails to wide open farm land and power line corridors. Some of the most scenic vistas and wildlife in Eastern Ontario can be enjoyed from Riverside trails. In addition, there is easy trail access to accommodations, meals/snacks, fuel and service at many points in the Riverside system.
In common with all Riverside trails is the excellent condition of our trails. The club supports a goal of grooming the entire trail system 1.5-2 times per week with the more heavily used trails with higher frequency. Our grooming team, led by Gerry Gurnhill, operate a Prinoth Husky and a BR-180 with MTN drags and keep our trails in optimal condition. Trail signage is a priority to ensure the safety and enjoyment of all snowmobiler. You will find a large map board with mileages to key services at every major intersection in our network.
Riverside Snowmobile Club maintains its club house right on Top A104 between Ingleside and Morrisburg, in the village of Riverside. The club house is open 24/7 during the season and the heat is on every weekend. The club holds a weekly breakfast and monthly fun nights. See the Events page for all the details. Visitors to Riverside are encouraged to stop by and sign our Guest Book.
Founded in 1973 by a small group of enthusiasts led by Dave Smith, Riverside Snowmobile Club has grown to its current membership of over 250 members. An active volunteer base ensures that each visitor to the Riverside system has a safe and enjoyable time. Anyone who has some free time and would like to help out is encouraged to visit the Volunteer page and complete your information. We have something to meet anyone's skills and interests.
Ride Safely & Responsibly
2016-2017 Club Executive
Club Mailing Address
c/o Barb Rabideau
13125 Riverside Dr., RR #1