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Snowmobile Museum

Cochrane is rich with snowmobile history. Be sure to check it out.
Snowmobile Museum

Snowmobiles Run Deep

The Cochrane Classic Vintage Snowmobile Museum is the largest of its kind in Ontario – and no wonder. Cochrane was the site of the very first snowmobile dealership and is known for having the best snowmobile trails in the province. The museum’s members are proud of their snowmobile heritage and have kept their classic sleds in pristine condition. Located adjacent to the Welcome Centre of the Polar Bear Habitat, admission is free with your paid entrance to the Polar Bear Habitat.

A Walk Through Time

The Snowmobile Museum’s exhibit traces the rich journey of Cochrane’s snowmobile history from the 1950’s to present day. The museum showcases close to 100 vintage sleds and includes an archive of historic photographs and unique memorabilia.

The Museum and the Vintage Riders also play host to their “Annual Drag Races” the second week of February on Lake Commando and a ‘Vintage’ snowmobile ride the first weekend in March which allows sleds and riders from near and far to showcase their vintage sleds.

To learn more about the museum and stay up to date on the latest news about charity rides, like and follow their Facebook page.

Vintage Snowmobile Museum

1 Drury Park Road
Cochrane, ON P0L 1C0
Tel: 705-272-2327

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Notice of road closure

Friday, June 14, 2024 – 9 am to 4 pm – Railway tracks on Nahma and Searles Road.

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