2020-21 Season
Drivers Training
Teen Challenge Ride-
Sled For Eternity




Operating a snowmobile has opened up new opportunities for family recreation during the winter months. The increased popularity of the activity emphasizes the need for the safe operation of these motorized snow vehicles.


The Motorized Snow Vehicle Operator's Course covers safe operating procedures, legal requirements, first aid and much more, so that students can develop good habits and skills to be safe and courteous snowmobile operators. 

Students must be at least 12 years of age in order to receive a Motorized Snow Vehicle Operator's License


In order to continue the program without interruption, OFSC Driver Training courses are being offered online only for the 2020-21 season. Registration and course are now available online at












February 1, 2020

8:30 am-10:00 am Registration
Start/End @ Kakabeka Falls Legion
Rider Registration $75 before January 12th ($100 after) 

Passenger Registration $50

Join us for our annual snowmobile ride in support of

Adult & Teen Challenge Thunder Bay.

Registration includes ride participation, meals, a chance at some great checkpoint draw prizes and awesome fundraising prizes!

Register and start fundraising early for your chance to win the grand prize of a 2019 Polaris Assault !















Snowmobile Driver Training
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