Official Tourism Website of Bruce County, Ontario, Canada
Nestled adjacent to Lake Huron, Bruce County is home to record-breaking lake effect snowfalls throughout the winter, over 2000km of beautifully groomed trail, and your choice of snowmobile-friendly places to eat, sleep and fuel up. Combine all of that with the diversity of scenery from the Niagara escarpment, to rolling farmland, to majestic bush trails and you will definitely want to make Bruce County part of your sledding experience!
When the harvest is complete and a rich full blanket of snow has draped Bruce County in frosty splendor, follow the Saugeen River Trail inland through charming trails meandering through woodland and fields. Stop in at clubhouses along the way, including Southampton, Bervie, and Greenock. They are great places to warm up and meet new sledding friends!
Relax and unwind after a full day of riding at Red Bay Lodge on the South Bruce Peninsula. Grab a delicious locally sourced meal from the Tilted Antlerz Restaurant Bar right on the property or meet the locals at Bogey’s Pub, Sauble Golf and Country Club on their wing nights.
In the morning, rev up your sleds and rise north. Visualize endless kilometres of pure beauty, taking riders through dense bush trails to scenic bluff lookouts on the Bruce Peninsula tour. You don’t have to travel far – plenty of spectacular snowy trail is closer than you think!
Fun Fact: Snowmobile Trail Permits are a must and can be purchased locally or online. Every dollar that you spend on your Snowmobile Trail Permit for seasonal or multi-day use is directed back to the club where the permit was purchased. Permits are very important to each club, because it helps fund trail development, maintenance and grooming in that immediate area.