Greenfield Snowmobile Club

Greenfield Snowmobile Club is located in the village of Greenfield just a few kilometres west of Montague. The club consists of 50 members from different parts of PEI. The clubhouse is equipped with a washroom, stove, fridge, television, self-serve BBQ area, First Aid supplies and stereo system. The club does not have any official hours of operation, rather it depends on when members are available to be there to open the club. Throughout the season Greenfield club often hosts snowmobile races, including night races.

Greenfield Storm Riders

Board of Directors

President – Tyler Campbell
Vice-President – Steven Meerburg
Bobby Neilson – Secretary/Treasurer


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Nielson Rd
Montague, PE
C0A 1R0

(902) 838-4757

Kensington Area Snowmobile Association

Kensington Area Snowmobile Club grooms an extensive trail system primarily located north of the Confederation Trail starting in Kensington going north to Burlington, and east from Kensington in a large loop to Stanley Bridge/North Rustico returning south east to Fredericton. KASA is a PEI Snowmobile Association trail permit partner and receive a portion from each trail permit sold. The KASA


The Bay Runners


Board of Directors

President – Russell Jollimore
Vice-President – John Phillips
Secretary – Kim Wall
Treasurer – Kendall Parsons
Director – Rick Wall
Director – Mark Gallant
Director – Dawson Drummond
Director – Ron Barrett
Director – Andy Black  



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Springside Snowmobile Club

   Springside Snowmobile Club grooms an extensive trail system primarily located south of the Confederation Trail in the area from Cornwall/North River; west to Crapaud and Borden and north to Fredericton. Springside runs a 2017 Pisten Bully Trail Bully groomer with a 10′ drag. Springside Snowmobile Club is a PEISA trail permit partner and receives a portion of each trail permit sold.

Board of Directors

C0-President – Linda Constable
Co-President – Alan Worth
Director – Al DeLong
Director – Alan Frizzell
Director – Allan Lowther
Director – Jamie MacDonald
Director – Andrew MacEachern
Director – Derek Richard
Director – Henk Van Duinkerken
Director – James Worth


Welcome to the Wellington Sno-Riders web page. Our club is located on trail #205 with access to the Confederation trail in Richmond at Hackmatack Rd (watch for the signs). Recently we have lost the trail that we had due to housing development but we are working on getting a new trail in the future. Sorry for any inconvenience. Wellington offers a variety of services, all within a 10-minute ride from the main trail access, ie: gas, restaurant, grocery, convenience store etc. Follow the signs to trail #205 and you should be at our camp within 15 min. The trail is groomed by the PEI Snowmobile Association but we are only a couple of km off the confederation trail. A warm shelter will greet you upon arrival; feel free to keep the fire going. coffee is usually available ($). Our club hosts the annual Richard Bernard Memorial Fun Run in February and part of the proceeds are donated to local organizations. If there is snow on the ground and the trails are open, the Wellington Sno-Riders would love to have you drop in. Don’t forget to sign our guest book. Let It Snow!


Board of Directors

Director – Allain Richard
Director – Michael Arsenault
Director – Peter Richard
Director – Paul Gallant
Director – Jacque Arsenault
Director – Dylan Arsenault



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