Our Ultimate List for Snowmobile Riding Clubs in Lakeland, Alberta

Our Ultimate List for Snowmobile Riding Clubs in Lakeland, Alberta

Nov. 05, 2018

Winter is almost here and that means it’s time to get ready for riding a snowmobile.

Snowmobile riding is an authentic winter activity that, unfortunately, can’t be done just anywhere. That’s why we have a list of the best snowmobile clubs in Alberta so you can find a place to ride.

Keep reading for snowmobiling information available so you can be prepared for the (winter)time of your life.

The Best Snowmobile Riding Clubs in Alberta

Whether in town visiting or you live here year round, there is a snowmobile riding club where you can sport around and enjoy the snow. Here are our top four picks.

St. Paul Trailblazers Snowmobile Club

The St. Paul Trailblazers Snowmobile Club was established in 2012 in the spirit of creating, protecting, and maintaining riding areas and events for people and families to safely enjoy the outdoors. This is a great place to meet other riders and form riding groups to hit the trails with on the weekends.

This is a nonprofit organization that works closely with governments and the community to ensure safe riding zones are available to the general public.

Cold Lake Snowmobile Club

The Cold Lake Snowmobile Club is a great place to get involved in the sport of snowmobiling. Get ready for their Sleds and Threads Dinner Dance and Auction in November where you can enjoy a hearty meal by Joly’s and dance the night away to the live band. This event is hosted by the Cold Lake Agricultural Society.

Elk Point Trail Riders

Elk Point Trail Riders club works with other snowmobile clubs to provide hundreds of kilometres of groomed trails in the Lakeland area. They take pride in an ongoing commitment of trail development dedicated to making snowmobiling fun and safe.

You can review their calendar of events for details about club meets and other events.

Alberta Snowmobile Association

For a comprehensive list of snowmobile clubs across the area, you can visit the Alberta Snowmobile Association. The association is dedicated to providing you with links and resources for snowmobiling and events at local snowmobiling clubs in Alberta. It is because of the Alberta Snowmobile Association that any of these clubs are able to operate and provide clean and safe trails.

Final Thoughts

Searching for snowmobile riding clubs to suit your style just got easier. Keep this list in mind when you’re preparing for your first time snowmobiling. Even if you’re a seasoned snowmobile rider, these venues will not disappoint.

A few snowmobile riding tips for when you’re out on the trails include wearing bright clothing so that other snowmobile riders can see you. Also, don’t forget to wear a helmet as an added precaution. And, it’s a good idea to check the weather before you head out to the trails to be sure there will be enough snow for your adventure.

When you’re ready to get out there and have some fun, don’t hesitate to contact us. We have your recreation area ready for play.

Categories : Winter activities

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