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Mazinaw Powerline Snowmobile Club

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Contact Information
Office Phone Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Club (Thomasburg) 613-478-5916
Fax Call before 613-478-5916 Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Club (Thomasburg)
Primary Contact Pat Reid, Board Member and Club President
Primary Executive Pat Reid, Board Member and Club President
Alternate Executive Kevin Killingbeck, Vice President
Address & Map
Addington Highlands, ON
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Mailing Address c/o Central Eastern Area Snowmobile Region Office, Mazinaw Powerline Snowmobile club 
878 Old Hungerford Rd, RR1 
Thomasburg, ON K0K 3H0
Physical Access Not Applicable
Description & Services
Description (Service) Access to 49,000 km of trails across Ontario * maintains trails within the Mazinaw Powerline Snowmobile Club area * Motorized Snow Vehicles Act and Regulations enforced by Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) and municipal police patrols * use-at-your-own-risk basis for all trails * volunteer opportunities
Hours Irregular, call for details
Areas Served Addington Highlands ; North Frontenac
Boundaries Ontario
Eligibility No restrictions  
* valid license required (snowmobile or driver)  
* youth 12 years and older can take a motorized snow vehicle course and obtain a license to operate a snowmobile on trails 
* trail permits: mandatory on all Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs trails 
* All-terrain vehicles (ATV) not allowed on trails
Application Visit website for information on how to buy permits and how to become a Board member
Languages English
Fees Membership - annual trail permits include membership
Other Details
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Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 1983
Elections The Board of Directors is elected
Date Updated 10 Mar 2020
Service Categories Snowmobiling

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