OFSC trail permits

About Permits

Your Snowmobile Trail Permit entitles you to enter and travel any open OFSC Prescribed Trail at any time during the winter.

Permits generate the revenues OFSC clubs need to maintain snowmobile trails and buy groomers. They are the only source of funding for trail operations.

By purchasing a permit, each rider contributes to the cost of providing snowmobile trails as part of the OFSC User Pay System.

To ensure that your permit money goes to the OFSC district whose trails you ride most, it is important to buy your permit from a club in that district.

Compare this all-season value to other one-time purchases!

2016/2017 Permits

2016-2017 Seasonal Trail Permit - $260.00. (Seasonal Trail Permit early buy on or before December 1st - $180) - Can be purchased online only.

The Seasonal Permit expires May 31st.
Sign up for OFSC member benefits when buying this permit.
Locate your district and/or local club in the district locator. 

2016-2017 Classic Permit - $140.00, before December 1, then it will be $170.00.
Can be purchased online only.

- The Classic Permit allows trail access for the full season and can be purchased online, from an OFSC district office or             other designated location.
- The permit expires May 31st.
- The permit is valid only in the province of Ontario when affixed to the MTO registered, 1999 or older motorized                       snowmobile for which it was purchased as identified in the MTO permit application.
- Sign up for OFSC member benefits when buying this permit.
- Classic Permit Order Form will be availble for download here (currently under review) and then forwarded to an OFSC         Member club and or district office. Please "Buy where you ride" and support your local club. Find your district/club in           the district locator.

Replacement Permits - $10.00.

If the trail permit is lost, stolen or damaged and needs to be replaced, please contact the OFSC member club, association or district designated when permit was purchased.
You must present the original trail permit receipt along with the original permit, or portion thereof. If not available, a police report or police incident number is required for stolen or lost permits.
Locate your local club in the district locator.


Permit Placement & Additional Information

The Trail Permit is valid only when permanently affixed to the bottom edge of the centre of the windshield, or on top and to the left of centre of the engine cowling as close as possible to the centre of the windshield, without obscuring or being obscured by the registration number required to be displayed on the vehicle.
OFSC Trail Permits are valid only in the province of Ontario and may be used to access any open or limited Prescribed Trails operated by the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs unless otherwise specified above.