Links / Information

Below you will find links and other information.

Snowmobile Federations


Sugar Shack Etoile d'Or
+1 (506) 544-6872
  • Highway 180 Trail 301
Rogers Lake Lodge
+1 (506) 502-2696
  • Open daily 9 AM to 9 PM
  • Food & Parking plus sled storage
Serpentine Lodge
Alyre Marquis
+1 (506) 473-0397
  • Open 24-7
  • Gas
  • Food
  • Lodging

Other Information

Off Road Vehicle Enforcement
+1 (877) 449-2244

For reporting incident on Snowmobile Trails

How to Make Your Snowmobile Last Forever by Lucas

My name is Carey and I volunteer in a crafts program with a fun scale model building program for 8-12 year old children. The kids and I have been building models and we have been having a lot of fun learning about all types of vehicles! While looking up information about each of our models, we came across your page.  One of my students, Lucas, has chosen to build a snowmobile as his model and he was so excited as he was calling me over to show me your website. He also showed me this page about taking care of snowmobiles. He couldn't sit still while showing me! -  


Rene's Rentals
Rene's Rentals
+1 (506) 726-3410

Choice of 15 Sleds in the Bathurst area just off of Trail 19 in Salmon Beach

Campbellton Rentals
Brad Mann
+1 (506) 760-1960

Nepisiguit Club #1

The Nepisiguit Snowmobile  club #1, which is the oldest snowmobile club in the province, has the largest membership in New Brunswick with 949 registered last season (826 for 15/16),  (849 for 14/15), (794 for 13/14), (809 for 12/14), (765 for 11/12), (579 for 07/08) with a strong Nova Scotia and PEI contingent and maintains a trail system about 400 Kilometers in length. The club started in 69/70 with one small groomer with membership fees of $10 and groomed  about 175 Km in the area between Brunswick Mines (Old Theriault Rd), Highway 430 (Nine Mile East Rd), and the now Caribou Mines.

Trails were designated and signed by such names as Caribou, Bear, Fox, Rabbit and Beaver. Log shelters were built along the trails and were also designated with animal names. One unique feature at the beginning was that all traffic was in one direction. It made for safer trails as the drags were only so wide. The trails were made in a series of 5 loops and one could vary their trip in any combination of loops as they so wished. We only use a small percentage of these trails today in our present system< namely: Nine Mile East, Nine Mile North, Rio, and the Forty Four. As time progressed  the trails expanded closer to Nepisiguit Falls where the Bathurst Fish and Game Ass. had built a lodge which is currently the Nepisiguit Sports Lodge. Then it progressed into Bathurst to the Atlantic Host Motor Inn.  Then the trail system blew up into the Chaleur area ( we were all one club back then) and down to the Miramichi to the Belfont area where there was a thriving club house.

Of course everything was dependent on the volunteer. Some of the founders were Howard Doucet , Bud Kenny, John Labonville  and there were a few more, plus loads of volunteers.  

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Bathurst Trails - Nepisiquit Sports Lodge

The Nepisiguit Snowmobile Club is located just south of Bathurst in the community of Nepisiguit Falls overlooking the Nepisiguit River.


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