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The Toledo Ski Club was founded in 1947. It's members wanted to ski and be with people who liked to ski. The Club owned a lodge at the base of Boyne Mountain near the base of the current Super Bowl area. On New Years Eve 1961 there was a fire that burned the lodge to the ground and everything was destroyed. There are pictures of the fire in the Lodge. There is even a 16mm movie of the fire that was recently discovered. The members then purchased the land where the current Lodge is located in Boyne City. The following several years members volunteered to drive to the Walloon Lake/Boyne City property and built the current Lodge. The Lodge was built by TSC members. Nothing was hired out. Due to the fire, you will notice our current Lodge has many fire extinguishers.

In the late 80's the Toledo Ski Club purchased land in Toledo and started the process of designing and building a local clubhouse. The Club sold bonds to it's members to finance the construction. Construction started and the volunteer members built the local ClubHaus on Hill Avenue. The Club later sold the front portion of the property to the UT/MCO Credit Union. The ClubHaus and property were sold on September 25, 2008 to Maumee Valley Save A Pet.

What membership has to offer
The Toledo Ski Club is a Club for ALL Seasons. TSC offers it's members inexpensive ski experiences by utilizing group rates for Western ski trips along with organized weekends to the Lodge at Walloon Lake. The Toledo Ski Club Lodge is located 7 miles from Boyne Mountain, 17 miles from Boyne Highlands and Nobs Nob.  The Lodge is available to it's members 365 days a year for a minimal daily fee. Weekend bus trips are  $128 per person for the weekend which includes transportation, lodging, food and beverages.  The whole Family can stay for $36 a night on the weekends.  Cheaper mid-week and Summer!


The Toledo Ski Club also offers many other sporting and social events throughout the year to it's members and guests ranging from coffee houses, Swap Shop, Halloween Parties, Cocktail Parties, and many other ineresting functions.  The Toledo Ski Club also has warm weather trips.  40% of the members do not ski.  Some of the retired members meet for breakfast at diffrent locations on a regular basis.


What are you waiting for? Come join all the fun!! Use the Membership Application link below to print a membership application and send it in today.   If you have questions, please feel free to contact our Membership Director, Tobey Cauffiel,