We need you and your support now!

All the work you see at the trails is done by a small group of FOTST volunteers who depend on your support to maintain and groom the trails, put up signage, and make the trails as wonderful as they are!  For example, it takes two volunteers at least four hours (sometimes up to six hours) to do one grooming and tracking run.

FOTST also has members of the organization who show us that they appreciate the work we do and are responsible for sharing the cost of keeping the trails open for everyone in the community.

Become a member

To become a member and therefore a supporter of FOTST, send FOTST a donation.


  • Day passes at some nearby areas cost:  Les Cedres $9, Gatineau Park $15, and Lake Placid $18.
  • Season passes at those areas cost:  Les Cedres $85, Gatineau Park $180, and lake Placid $180.

Making a donation

Download the donation form, then complete and mail the form. On the form, we particularly need to know your email address so that we can contact you. You can also pick up a donation form in the clear, plastic brochure boxes at the trailhead during the season.  On the form, you are asked if you want to be a member.

Donation Form

Donation Form


Why become a member?

FOTST is a not-for -profit corporation and, for funding purposes, we need to show that we have a committed membership.  We also want to know that you appreciate our work!  On your part, as members, you have no responsibilities except to come out and enjoy the trails! We use email to keep members up-to-date with special trail conditions, community events, and members-only events. We also have negotiated a 10% member discount at Total Cyclery in Cornwall.

FOTST mailing address

Please send your completed form to:
Friends of the Summerstown Trails, Box 91, Williamstown, ON, K0C 2J0   

About us

FOTST has actively become engaged with its community, ranging from various levels of government (partners) and members of the business community (sponsors).  The Board of Directors are all based in the community and the Summerstown Forest has been used for cross-country skiing for over fifty years (History of the Trails).



History of the Trails