Your club needs YOU for something on this list. It takes a great deal of volunteer effort to keep your trails in shape and make your club a success. Trail permit dollars go toward the cost of running the grooming machines, but the rest is accomplished through the volunteer efforts of people just like you.

Did you know you are a member of one of the best snowmobile clubs in existence? Snowcrest Riders was selected as top club in Ontario (2012), Canada (2013), and Internationally (2013).

These accomplishments were achieved by volunteers like you. Whether you can contribute part of a day, or part of several days, please take a look at the list below, and submit your volunteer form.

You will be contacted by email. THANK YOU.

Click here to see your VOLUNTEER FORM

Trail Work

October – March: Be part of a team that maintains a section of trail (brushing trees and shrubs, repairing bridges and culverts, checking and maintaining signage).

January and March: Be part of a team to stake a lake, and then remove the stakes at the end of the season.

Trail Signage

Put up OFSC prescribed signage prior to trail opening – usually in early December. Become a signage expert and help train others – check signage for OFSC compliance.

Designated Trail Patrol

Check machines for Trail Permits, and ask trespassers to purchase a permit on the spot.

Landowner Contact

Be a contact to seek Landowner permission for club trails.

Event Organizing and Operating

Help organize and operate an existing club fundraiser or social event such as the Pancake Breakfast (January) Poker Run (February) or Golf Tournament (June).

Help organize and operate other club events or fundraisers such as a BBQ, Corn Roast, Chili Fest,  Club Ride, or other event.

Advertising and Marketing

Help sell advertising for the annual Snowcrest Riders Trail Guide. Help deliver the trail guides to local sponsors.


Prepare and send out meeting information and minutes. Pick up the mail at the post office.

Become a contact person for other volunteers. Maintain volunteer contact lists.

Training Courses are available for Chainsaws, Signage, Mechanics, Trail Patrol and Grooming.

PDF Version of Volunteer Form here

Word (.doc) Version of Volunteer Form here

Click here to read an article about volunteering