About Us

A Brief


Osgoode Carleton Snowmobile Trail Club operates in the southern regions of the Nation’s Capital. The club was formed in the mid 70’s from smaller member clubs like the Swamp Hollow Snow Drifters, the Metcalfe Snow Rovers, the Osgoode Trail Riders and possibly a few others around Russell and Manotick. In 2019 we marked 35 years as a member of the OFSC.

Today we maintain a network of approximately 190 km of groomed snowmobile trails that share boundaries with the Carleton Regional Snowmobile Club to the east, the Rideau Snowmobile Club to the west, and the Kemptville and Nation Valley clubs to the south.

All trail permit holders designating OCSTC as thier local or home club are our members. We have a volunteer executive board and hold general club meetings to conduct club business and to get input from our members.

Club meetings are normally the first Tuesday of each month.

Our club also holds events throughout the year to keep members informed and to keep in touch with fellow members and riders.

Affiliated Organizations

Ontario Federation
of Snowmobile Clubs

Our Location

Our clubhouse is situated in the back of the property behind Concrete Garden Supply (previously K & B Lawn Ornaments) which is located at:

1770 Manotick Stn Rd.
Greely, Ontario
K4P 1K4.

When the clubhouse is hosting events, vehicles are welcomed to drive SLOWLY through Concrete Garden Supply’s yard down the lane all the way to the back of the 100 acre parcel.

When the trails are open, the clubhouse can be accessed by snowmobile.

Executive Board

Our volunteer Board is elected each year at the annual meeting. Each member serves a term of one year.

President Grant Smith
Vice President Ken Smart
Treasurer Kent Smith
Operations Jamie L.
Ryan C.
Grooming Coordinator Joey Martin
Patrol Coordinator Jeff Flaro
Community Events Jim Hann
Landowner Liaison
Jodi Wright



Permit Buying Members

Kilometers of Trails Maintained

Land Owners Providing Trail Access

MORE Volunteers Needed

Nearby Trails

Click here for a map of our District.

Trail Services

There are many local businesses that provide great service to sledders. If you are driving though our region and are planning a stop nearby, these folks will greet you warmly.