Snowmobiling on Prince Edward Island - When the conditions are right: It's a great moment of life!
Islanders are very proud to point out that some of the best snowmobiling on the planet is right outside their own back doors. Our tip-to-tip trails are immaculate, our scenery awe inspiring, and our trail system, traversing vast expanses of farmlands, will test your riding skill and endurance. Then, come day’s end, relax and enjoy our great Island hospitality. We’ll make you wish you never had to leave.
This family friendly activity is great exercise that brings people outdoors to interact with nature and each other. Enjoy the laughter of family and friends as you gather at a club house to warm up, share a hot drink and sometimes even a meal. Over 17 club houses can be found across the Island, all operated by dedicated snowmobilers and open at various times to welcome you. Be sure to hop off your sled and step inside for yet another delectable taste of Island hospitality.
With today's Island-wide connecting trail systems, service stations, restaurants and accommodations are always within easy reach of cold weather adventurers. There are several accommodations open year round so whether it’s a hide-away cabin in the woods or someplace less remote, Prince Edward Island has what you are looking for.
Did you know that snowmobiles are a Canadian invention? The first one was invented in 1922 by a 15 year old in Quebec named Joseph-Armand Bombardier. By 1937 he was granted his first patent and soon opened the business ‘L’Auto-neige Bombardier”.