The Loring-Restoule region has some of the best snowmobile trails around. If you are looking for unparalleled access to some remote riding, with wilderness galore, you have come to the right place. From Loring-Restoule you can reach North Bay, Sudbury, South River, Restoule, Britt, Parry Sound, and beyond! You can do many different tours in a day, from any central location.
The Argyle Riders Snowmobile Club services the areas of Golden Valley, Arnstein, Loring, and Port Loring. They are a club that is committed to the development and maintenance of a safe, quality trail network for the benefit of all snowmobilers.
The Argyle Riders stay busy out on the trails with stakes & grooming machines to ensure smooth riding. Our snowmobile clubs create ideal riding conditions by removing overhanging limbs and debris from the trails and going over them with a groomer. These volunteers work hard and are the heart and soul of what makes for an enjoyable ride.
The trails are exciting to ride, from the wide open spaces of the lake systems to the trails that meander through pine, hemlock, spruce, maple, and birch wooded areas. Once you have chosen your accommodation, plan your ride to include some of our dining establishments located close to or right on our trails. Be prepared to stop to enjoy our wildlife, such as the white-tailed deer. Gas, repairs and other conveniences are close at hand in Port Loring & Arnstein if required.
Whether you are looking for day trips with the family, doing a small loop, big loop, or creating your own trail tour with a group of friends; you are sure to enjoy the breathtaking wilderness that is the Loring-Restoule Region.
While in our neck of the woods, enjoy the Lion’s Den Winter Carnival and the Argyle Riders Poker Run. These fun events both take place on weekends in February. The Argyle Riders also host an end of summer celebration called Cornfest each year that attracts as many as 800 people for good food, great music, and fun events to benefit the club.