The main resort is open June-Mid October and we close down in the winter, however we do have 1 winterized rental the "Farmhouse" that is located with direct access to the snowmobile trail.
Stay in the Farmhouse with access to both public & private trails, play all day and return to your own private headquarters. Lots of room to hang your snowsuits in the warm dry full basement. Roads plowed right to your door for easy access for parking & Hwy 522, 10 min. from Port Loring.
Winter Fun at Pine Grove
Stay with us for your winter holiday. The "Farmhouse " is open year round to cater to those wishing a quiet getaway or those whose recreational pursuits include Snowmobiling, Cross country skiing, or Snowshoeing. When your day's activities are done, come back to your own private Farmhouse or comfy room, to enjoy a hot bath, read a good book, watch satellite TV or just sit by the fire. Private Network of Trails at Pine Grove At Pine Grove, we have our own private network of trails throughout the 250 acre property, for use by our guests only, for cross country skiing, or snowshoeing In the winter, trail grooming is an informal affair accomplished mostly by daily use, therefore, depending upon the amount of snow that has fallen at any one time, and the amount of use the trails have had, they may be easy to navigate or challenging (more exercise).
Public Network of Trails Snowmobiling To help you plan for your trip, you need to know that we are located in District 11, with easy access to the Trans-Provincial Trail System (TOPS) that crosses this area. Port Loring is on TOPS Trail D102C. Our local club is the Argyle Riders Snowmobile Club, visit them on Facebook. From Port Loring, there are a number of scenic Circle Tours which can reach Restoule, North Bay, Sudbury, South River, Britt and Parry Sound in a day. Our local group is a member of the the Near North Trail Association, www.nnta.net that maintains 3,500 km (2,100 mi.) of Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) snowmobiling trails.
Winter is an awesome time to view wildlife up close. Often deer, fox, moose and even wolf come close enough for an amateur photographer to snap an award winning photo! The landscape itself is a magical winter wonderland, always changing and breathtaking to behold.