Big Winter Festiglace Snowmobile Extravaganza Poker Rally 2023

Snowmobiling, live music, poker, spaghetti supper, and cash prizes!

The Big Winter Festiglace Snowmobile Extravaganza Poker Rally is back! Grab your tickets now for this epic event and enjoy a full day of snowmobiling in the Northern Corridor, a World's Best Snowmobiling Destination!

Poker Rally checkpoints are located in Hearst, Mattice, Val Rita, Kapuskasing, Moonbeam, Smooth Rock Falls, and Cochrane. The fifth and final checkpoint is the Centre de Loisirs in Kapuskasing, where riders will play their poker hand for a chance to win some cash prizes.

The evening continues with a spaghetti supper and a live musical performance by Barrie's own country-rock artists, Johnson's Creek, and special guests Eric Girard and Marc Desilets.

What do I need to know?

The Extravaganza is a full day of epic snowmobiling in the Northern Corridor plus music, food, and fun! It takes place on Saturday, March 11, 2023.

How do I get tickets? 

Get your tickets here.

What are the checkpoints?

Poker Rally checkpoints include:

  • Cochrane—Polar Bear Habitat
  • Smooth Rock Falls—Esso
  • Moonbeam—Moonbeam Snowmobile Club des As (garage)
  • Kapuskasing—Kapuskasing Welcome Centre (old train station)
  • Val Rita—OK Tire
  • Mattice—Ti Bob Gaz +
  • Hearst—Companion Hotel Motel
  • Kapuskasing—Centre de Loisirs (FINAL CHECKPOINT AFTER 4 PM)

Riders can collect four cards at any of the checkpoints between 9 am and 4 pm.

And there's dinner and entertainment, too?

You bet. After 4 pm, it's time for poker, spaghetti, and some live tunes from Eric Girard and Marc Desilets followed by headliner Johnson's Creek!

Don't miss this epic event that supports the Kap Sno-Rovers (Poker Rally) and the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 85.

About Northern Ontario

Welcome to Northern Ontario, Canada! Bigger than Texas, wilder than the west, more welcoming than a campfire in October, Northern Ontario is like no place else. Sunset Country is famous for its spectacular fishing lakes, Superior Country stretches into the deep north wildnerness, Algoma Country has Lake Superior as their back yard, and the Northeast provides excellent vacation destinations close to Toronto and other large urban centres in Southern Ontario.

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