Welcome to the Springfield Pathfinders Snowmobile Club!

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Springfield Pathfinders

The Springfield Pathfinders cover the beautiful Springfield Municipality area including Oakbank, Anola, Tyndall and St. Rita areas of Manitoba, Canada. The Pathfinders are a non-profit organization that currently maintain approximately 140 kms of trails. They are groomed weekly upon opening of our trail system until the closing of the riding season, which is determined by snow conditions. These destination trails provide access to all areas in the Eastern and Southern regions of the Province by linking directly to Trails maintained by Springhill Trail Blazers, Brokenhead Trail Blazers, Sno-Pals Trail Kickers and the Ste. Anne’s Snow Raiders. By starting your ride on the Springfield Pathfinders trails you can enjoy some of the most beautiful areas in the Province including Birds Hills Park, Mars Sand Hills, Grand Beach, Pine Falls, Lac Du Bonnet, Pinawa, Whiteshell Provincial Park and Sandilands Provincial Park by trailering only 20 minutes from Winnipeg. This could not be done without our dedicated volunteers who sign our trail system and maintain and operate our grooming equipment.

Meetings are held September to April on the 3rd Wednesday of every month in the banquet room of the Peppercorn Restaurant, 544 Main Street in Oakbank, MB. Start time is 7:00 PM.

Members are encouraged to send meeting agenda items to Blaine Moffat via email to bmoffat1@mymts.net.ca. 

We are also members of the Eastern Region Snowmobile Association and Snoman(Snowmobilers of Manitoba)

We follow and promote the following attributes:

  • Safe winter recreation through the use of snowmobiles.
  • Responsible operation of snowmobiles and grooming equipment.
  • Respect for property owners alongside our trail system.
  • Support for our many volunteers who keep our club thriving year after year.
  • Support of local businesses in our day-to-day operation of our club and when using our snowmobiles.
  • Enforcement of local ordinances and laws with respect to operation of snowmobiles within our trail network and beyond.
  • Having fun…making new acquaintances…sharing the passion with fellow riders!

We work closely with our parent organization (Snoman), government, local law enforcement, businesses, and landowners to ensure our actions and those who ride our trails are abiding by the rules, regulations, and bylaws in the region.

If you have not done so already, join a snowmobile club. By belonging to a snowmobile club, you are helping the sport of snowmobiling stay strong. You share the fun and fellowship of snowmobiling with others. Your volunteer efforts will ensure a healthy and safe sport for all to enjoy during the current season and for many seasons (and generations) to come.

Contact us for more information!

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Thank-you and feel free to peruse our website.

Blaine Moffat

President, Springfield Pathfinders Snowmobile Club

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