The Museum’s collection consists of over 100 snowmobiles mainly from the 60s and 70s and nearly 500 chainsaws.
The exhibition includes a Ski-Doo from 1961, the first factory-made snowmobile brought to Finland. The history of snowmobiles dates back to the United States of the 1920s. At the same time, "ummenajokka", a vehicle suitable for motoring in snow, was being developed in Finland. The more extensive production of snowmobiles started in the 1960s. The snowmobile museum is owned by the local motoring association, Kemijärven Moottorikerho ry.