Science Hill Drifters

From the past to the Future, we continue to lead the way to excellent Trails!



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Welcome to the Science Hill Drifters Snowmobile Club!

Update March 16, 2018

Trails are now CLOSED for the season. 

Mother Nature didn't play fairly in the south this year. Hats off to our land owners, volunteers and permit buyers though, for all of your support!

There are still riding opportunities in the north, so be sure to check the OFSC Interactive Trail Guide before heading out to see which areas are safe to ride.

Our trails are located within OFSC District 5, and our clubhouse is located in St Marys, 30 minutes northeast of London Ontario. Our trails pass through or near the towns of Ilderton, Ailsa Craig, Lucan, Parkhill, Granton, St Marys, Stratford, Sebringville, and Arva.

See "About Us" for more information.

Stop by our Club house at the end of the B111 trail (open 24/7 during the winter) to warm up or use the washroom. We have a kettle and some hot chocolate/tea/soup packets to help warm you up.

Currently, the kitchen is closed. We are looking for someone to operate the kitchen on weekends when trails are open. If you are that someone, please contact us at

All Trail Permits can only be purchased online from the OFSC!

Trail passes are now only available online. Visit the OFSC website to order yours today!

Thanks to all of our volunteers for their hard work and long hours spent painting stakes, putting in the trail, getting shacks ready, splitting firewood, maintaining the clubhouse, and servicing the groomers. We could not provide ANY opportunities to ride without the dedicated help from volunteers.

Special thanks to our landowners that allow us to use their property year after year!


Click here to visit our Guinness World Record webpage for full details of our record breaking day!

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Come out and join our great team of volunteers!
Our AGM meeting is Wednesday April 18 at 8 pm in the clubhouse.

For information about riding in our area, or if you are interested in helping out, please contact us by email at: