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Snowmobiling in the Ottawa Valley?

Snowmobiling in the Ottawa Valley?

Check out these sled friendly hotels



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You've made up your mind to test the Ontario snowmobile trails in District 6, but where should you stay? These snowmobile friendly, trailside hotels offer accommodations for even the pickiest sledder.

Listed below, in geographical sections of District 6 OFSC trails, you will find what hotels can be easily planned into your itinerary this winter. If we've convinced you, feel free to click on the link to take you right to a booking website. Hey, whoever said it 'wasn't easy' to book your snowmobile vacation is truly mistaken! 

Down Haliburton Way

If you are heading towards this beautiful snow-covered location, you will find Pinestone Resort, located off of trail #7, with a full service location with all the amenities, evening offering special packages for snowmobiliers. For an easier, back in the woods approach, try the Sandy Lane Resort, located off trail #5. Here you will find cottage-style accommodations with free transportation to local restaurants.

Central Area

If you are heading straight for the centre of District 6 this winter, you have a number of places available to you. In Whitney the Algonquin East Gate Motel, on the TOP B trail, proudly uses solar to power their operations, for the eco-friendly rider. The Couples Resort, also off the TOP B offers an upscale stay, including 5-star dining. Near Barry's Bay, you will find the famous Spectacle Lake Lodge, off or trail #159. It offers cottage-style accommodations, a great restaurant and bar, with fuel. If you feel like going right into Barry's Bay, Ash Grove Inn offers full accommodations right off the #E109.
Heading to Bancroft area? We recommend the Lakeview Lodge, off the #179. But if you're a historic buff, don't miss the Wilno Tavern off the B102, it offers a great polish pub fare experience.
If you're near Golden Lake, check out the Sands on Golden Lake Resort, another one-stop spot right on the B101A Trail.

Pembroke & Area

Known as the Heart of the Ottawa Valley, offers a large assortment of trail accessible locations including the Comfort Inn, off trail #121, with a nearby Finnigans Restaurant. If you're a cardholder you'll be happy to see the Best Western, located on #121 complete with 24-hour restaurants and gas bar. Brand new to Petawawa on the TOP A is the Quality Inn & Suites, with a Kelsey's Restaurant next door for your dining needs.

North of the Park

With great trails and sites to see, The Bears Den in Deep River offers accommodations with an on site restaurant. Further up the line, try the Morning Mist Resort in Stonecliffe, off the TOP A. It has fabulous cottage like settings, with friendly faces. Finally, Antlers Kingfisher Resort in Deux Rivieres is a popular rest stop to chat with locals about the RAP Tour.

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Contributing partners for this Ontario snowmobiling site include: Intrepid SnowmobilerMurphy InsuranceOntario Federation of Snowmobile ClubsOntario TourismSnow Goer MediaSupertrax Media.

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