Volunteers take a break from setting up marker stakes for the Tisdale Snowmobile Club trails.
Photo courtesy Tom Beck
With prime winter conditions and an abundance of warm-up shelters along the way, the trails around Tisdale will enthrall you. You can ride for hundreds of kilometres, and then relax afterward in town, grab a bite to eat and enjoy a comfortable rest at one of the local accommodations. Tisdale is located at the intersection of highways 3 and 35. Ample parking and staging areas can be found behind the Tisdale Recplex or the Dog Hide Park within town limits. Additionally, trails are close to motels for those staying overnight and parking is available there.
Tisdale’s motels, restaurants and gas stations are quite sledder-friendly. Snowmobilers are permitted to ride their licensed machines directly from their front door to the trails, but please avoid driving along the town’s main street.
Tisdale snowmobile trail map
Top snowmobile trails in Tisdale, Saskatchewan
Trail 225A is signed and staked, and it will take you south of Tisdale to the Hidden Meadows Restaurant and Golf Course at Kipabiskau. Please be responsible - stay on the trail and avoid damaging crops in the nearby fields. There is a warm-up shelter on this trail for your convenience.
Trail 225 B is another signed and well-groomed trail that leads to the local club's Dog River Shelter, approximately 13 kilometres north of Tisdale.
Trail 225D will take you east to the Wilkinson Inn Shelter. The trail is signed and groomed all the way to the shelter, and from there to Mistatim junction.
To learn more, check out this article about snowmobile trails in Tisdale.
Where to buy a snowmobile trail pass in Tisdale, Saskatchewan
If you want to go sledding in any part of Saskatchewan, you must register with the Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association. Your registration can be purchased at any SGI motor license issuer in the province.
Local snowmobile club in Tisdale, Saskatchewan
The Tisdale Snowmobile Club
The local Tisdale Snowmobile Club has dedicated members working every season to keep the trails groomed and in excellent shape for snowmobilers. They also work together with other clubs in the area to promote events and activities.
Top winter activities in Tisdale, Saskatchewan
Tisdale tourism info
Driving distances to Tisdale, Saskatchewan
From Regina, Saskatchewan: 3 hours, 11 minutes
From Calgary, Alberta: 8 hours, 18 minutes
Tisdale sledder hangouts
What local snowmobilers say about Tisdale, Saskatchewan
"We have a great core group and tons of volunteers for events and projects we do....we're anticipating lots of snow. We are always very grateful to our area farmers who allow us access for our trails."
- Wayne Hedin, president of the Tisdale Snowmobile Club
The laws governing snowmobile use differ by province and can be confusing. Here, we make it easier to understand what local and out of province snowmobilers will need in terms of insurance, registration and licensing to ride B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
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