In Algoma, adventure takes on a whole new meaning...

Thrill yourself as you travel through trails carved into the Cambrian Shield and old growth forests.

Connect with your wild side as you ride to remote areas known only to snowmobilers and untamed animals.

Enjoy every stop as our businesses and residents can't wait to show you how northerners kick back.

With over 2,000 miles of groomed trails, Algoma truly is every snowmobiler's ultimate adventure. If you have what it takes, our trails quietly await...

ASPA    April 06, 2016
Algoma Sno-Plan, OFSC District 13, and our Member Clubs would like to thank those sponsors who have stood by us through another good but weather challenging season.

Supporters who advertise on our Trail Guide or Trailheads, purchase trail permits and take part in club activities and events are vital to our existence.

Volunteers are the fabric of the snowmobile world and without them we would have no clubs or trails. We can’t thank you enough for all you do for your local club and the industry.

A big shout out has to go out to our Land Owners who allow trails to access their land providing a seemingly endless path of scenic beauty throughout the District. How great it is that they will share this with us.

We are so fortunate that together as a team Supporters, Volunteers and Landowners make us what we all are at heart, “Snowmobile Proud.”

Bon Voyage
ASPA     June 7, 2016
District Manager

Algoma Sno-Plan Affiliation (ASPA) is looking to fill the position of District Manager.
The ideal candidate will be an energetic, well organized individual with excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to bring projects to completion. The position is a full time permanent position for 35 hrs./week. Travel is required periodically throughout the year, a valid driver’s license and vehicle is required.

Reporting to the President, the District Manager will manage the district office and assist ASPA member Snowmobile Clubs located in the District in fulfilling their administration requirements.

Qualifications: This position requires solid written, verbal communication and organizational skills. Applicants should be able to work alone and multi task as well as have experience in management, marketing, sales, accounting and administration. Working knowledge of computers and office software programs such as Microsoft Office, data base, spreadsheet, and accounting is also required.

Job Description: Manage district financials and budget, payroll and accounting for the district office; provide assistance to member clubs with financials and government reporting; liaise with Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs office, snowmobile clubs and other snowmobile districts; volunteer training; complete funding applications; sell district trail guide advertising and coordinate yearly trail guide production; permit processing, reconciliation and administration; attend meetings and record minutes; coordinate and implement seasonal marking plan and attend snowmobile trade shows; coordinate local media advertising; work with local regional tourism offices; complete various reports for the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs as required.

Salary for this position will be based on experience and qualifications.

Application Deadline:
Thursday June 30th, 2016
Please mail applications to:
Algoma Sno-Plan Affiliation Attention:
Garnet Greenwood, President
Box 1508
Blind River, ON P0R 1B0
Or e-mail: Corrie Edwards,
Office Administrator