Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Sled Stolen from Langbank REWARD Offered

Red 2005 Polaris Fusion 900 with black trim around headlights. 136" x 1.5" ripsaw track. SLP belt guard, SLP cold air intake, aftermarket performance exhaust can.
Anyone with information on the return of this sled will receive a reward of $500.00 if it leads to the conviction of the person(s) responsible .
Please call Stan at 306-538-4999.

Monday, January 24, 2011

Thank You to Savanna Well Service

Savanna Well Service paid the bill to have the new Carlyle Shelter and wood shed hauled out from Arcola to it's new location. With the use of a picker, Kelly's Hotshot set it down perfectly into place. Thank you to Bill Wilson the new area manager of Savanna Well Service


That's right the snowmobile club is on facebook and in the first 3 days we have 29 friends from as far away as Utah. Check it out if you are on facebook.

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Lets see your pictures

We are looking for pictures of the MMSC trails. We will put the best ones we get on the web site. We would like picture of people at the shelters, and any scenery shots from from the entire area including Stoughton, Corning, Windthorst, Kipling, Kisbey, Arcola, Carlyle and Kenosee Lake. email them to

Wednesday, January 19, 2011


The club put out two new shelters for the 2010-11 season. Corning has a brand new shelter and it is now called "Norm's Palace". It has a new wood shed and a new cast iron stove, and its located at the same spot as the old one along trail 311D. The other new shelter is located about 13km west of Carlyle along 311A. Right now we have it stocked with wood, an axe and a cast iron wood stove. This new shelter is called "Beaver Lodge". We hope to have the solar panel and lights up by next Monday or sooner if someone volunteers to help out, call or text Troy Foster at 577-7771 if you would like to help out. We would like to thank Savanna Well Servicing for paying to have a picker load the Shelter and wood shed and move them to the new location. Also thank you to Harry Laurent and Arcola building supplies for giving us a great deal on the shelter and wood shed.


We are in the process of marking all the gates with chevrons along the 400 km of trail we have. Many are done, but not all. On the 311B south of Kipling and 311A North of the Windthorst Shelter there are some large round bales very close to the trail please slow down in these areas. The ice on 311A west of Kisbey is now safe, we passed over it today and the groomer [11500 lbs] didn't break through this time. Trail 311F from the Stevenson trail/park boundary, south towards Carlyle was rerouted due to a oil drilling rig setting up. We created a new trail for 3.5 miles though the fields and through a pasture. We are no longer using the municipal road and had the oil company volunteer there time to remove the brush and rocks. Thank you to Derek Simpson for helping us out with this project and helping us make a safe trail for everyone who uses it to get to the park. The trail is in pretty good condition, but use caution till we get more snow on it.

please note: the Provincial park has gates at each entrance and along center road. One is at the west end, also at the Gillis lake road and the the entrance to Kenosee Lake east of the stevenson trail on the east end of center road, most are only about 6 inches wider than your snowmobile So please be aware and don't crash into one.

Monday, January 17, 2011

New Website!

We have just re-designed our entire website for the club. We hope you enjoy our new look, and of course feel free to email us with any comments!