The Orangeville Snowmobile Club oversees and maintains over 125 kilometers of snowmobile trails through southwestern Dufferin County. A proud member of the Huronia Snowmobile Southern Zone grooming association, the OSC is part of the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs District 4. Our club is made up of dedicated volunteers who help to make your snowmobile riding dreams a reality in District 4.

As part of the B109 and B110 trail systems, the Orangeville Snowmobile Club connects with neighbouring clubs, the Hillsburgh SnowRoamers to the south and the Dufferin Drift Busters to the north. We are also part of District 4 Trail Loops: The Escarpment Tour Loop, and the Orangeville Express Loop.

For over 25 years, the Orangeville Snowmobile Club has been a presence in our community advocating safe and enjoyable snowmobile recreations. In 2003, the OSC donated a snowmobile rescue toboggan to the Dufferin-Caledon Ambulance Services, as well as held a Poker Run to raise money to outfit the rescue toboggan with supplies to ensure our members were looked after should anything happen on our trails.

We have worked with other snowmobile clubs on various events, such as the Joint Radar Runs. In 2009, the OSC participated in the Olympic Torch Run as it passed through Orangeville, Ontario.