The Eganville Snodrifters Club grooms more than 100 kilometers of trails in the area, and offers some of the most beautiful scenery in Ontario. Our trails are part of the more than 49,000 kilometers of trail networks maintained by local clubs and The Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs.
Trail maps are available at The Snodrifters Club and Georges Marine & Sports in Eganville.
In the past, the Village of Eganville was known far and wide as Snowmobile City. We're still famous for our support and enthusiasm for All Things Snowmobile!
Snowmobile Racers and Fans come from all corners of Canada and the United States to compete in the Miwell Construction/Toromont-Cat Bonnechere Cup And Canadian Vintage Championship.
For further information, contact Merv Boldt 613-628-3633 or visit www.bonnecherecup.ca.
Snowmobiles have taken on many shapes and a few odd designs since they were first invented. During the 60's and 70's, more than 100 different manufacturers vied for a share of the new and exciting market! Needless to say, most of these companies did not survive.
Organized by the Ottawa Valley Old Sledheads, The Eganville Old Snowmobile Show displays these remarkable machines again.
Local merchants provide trophies and prizes to make this fun event the largest Old Snowmobile Show in Canada.
NoticesSno Drifters Landfill Site Open Monday to Thursday (8 am to 12 noon) - After July 1stCouncil Meeting - RescheduledRuby Road Wastesite CLOSED - July 1, 2017Highway 41 Wastesite CLOSED - July 1, 2017Sand Road Wastesite CLOSED - July 1, 2017Sno Drifters Wastesite CLOSED - July 1, 2017Municipal Office CLOSED - Monday July 3, 2017Community NewsletterFlood InformationFreshet InformationCanada 150 EventsRecycling Calendar
June 28th, 2017Music in the ParkLocation: Eganville's Centennial Park Music in the Park takes place every Wednesday and...