Ride leaves at 1:00 pm
$15 per sled and $5.00 per passenger
50/50 draw, prizes and lunch at 4:00 pm
Organized Snowmobiling Associations Promote Snowmobile Responsibly Campaign
(Charlottetown, PEI, January 4, 2017) - Through the Snowmobile Responsibly campaign, the Prince Edward Islans Snowmobile Association and the Canadian Council of Snowmobile Organizations (CCSO) encourage each snowmobiler to take personal responsibility for his or her decisions and actions on the snow this winter. Canadian Snowmbile Safety Week is a timely opportunity to remind riders that you make may important decisions every day of snowmobiling that can impact your personal well-being and that of others. Snowmobile Responsibly promotes obeying applicable laws and rules, using good common sense, riding with care and control, and making smart choices.
Dale Hickox, President PEISA
If you are looking to see what's new in snowmobiling for 2017, or if you are trying to figure out what to get the snowmobiler in your family for Christmas, stop by and see all the great snowmobile apparel and accessories on display from our 4 authorized snowmobile dealers: Dennis Motors; Red Rock Polaris; Team Reddin Powersports; and Toy Master Motorsports.
The dealers will also have 2016-2017 PEISA Trail Permits for sale.
Admission: $5/person; Children under 12 Free
We look forward to seeing you on Friday!
The Emerald Community Centre
Thursday March 31st 2016 - 8pm
Registration from 12pm-1pm at the Royal Canadian Legion Wellington
Hot lunch included with lots of prizes and a 50/50 draw.
All sledders welcome!
dealers, gas stations and restaurants on the trail system.
They will be available at all Access PEI sites next week.
There will be ABSOLUTELY NO STICKER REPLACEMENTS, unless a portion of the sticker with the permit number is turned in. All replacements with the sticker turned in, must be authorized by the PEISA and these replacements will only be available at one of the four authorized dealers for a cost of $10, not at Access PEI sites.
- All the snowmobiles are registered
- Registered owners have the same address on each registration
- Request must be received by the PEISA before February 28th of the season purchased.
The application for refund must be made in writing to the PEISA. The application must include a photocopy of each paid trail permit in the household (a photocopy of the pink copy or the payment receipt copy issued by Access PEI, and a photocopy of the registration- trail permit number is written on the registration by Access PEI).
If you see a NO TRESPASSING sign, please respect this sign as it means NO TRESPASSING!
Stay on the trail!!
Sussex, NB, June 26, 2014 - As a member of the Canadian Council of Snowmobile Organizations (CCSO), the Prince Edward Island Snowmobile Association is pleased that a portion of the $10 million trail funding investment from the Federal Government will be available for infrastructure improvements to our snowmobile trails.
You got to love those little cameras - a special thank you to Joel Wasnidge from Calgary for creating and allowing us to share: