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Looks like another
problem on the New Haven end of S56, so there's gonna be some changes
Please show up at Palermo diner at 8:00 AM so we can discuss the
changes before we go out for the trail work detail. Thanks for all the
help and patience on this section of trail. Sometimes nothing is easy.
Our most current club info. ->
The Link To Our Application Section To Become A Member Of The Club,
Which Includes A
Basic Membership To The New York State Snowmobile Association (NYSSA).
Page We Have All Of Our Membership Forms Including Landowner, And
Premium Membership Upgrade.
to our forms ->
can NOW pay online with
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ON OUR ONLINE FORMS
of our online forms will NOT get you a voucher online - we will send
the vouchers with the membership packet via US mail, our turn around
time is 2 days or less plus mail time! If you provide your e-mail
address, we will e-mail your voucher. If you want to be able
to get a voucher faster please go to the NYSSA web site at the
following link -> NYSSA. Once you join there we will receive
within about a week notice of your joining and we will then send you
the rest of the membership packet.
Club Trail Conditions
2013 Mohawk Valley GIS/NYSnowmobileWebmap.com
on trail map for statewide web map.
...THE TRAILS ARE
3/20/14 - Due to low
snow conditions we are closing the trails until we get more snow.
3/4/14 - In the last 24
hours, S52 was groomed from Mexico to Pulaski and from Mexico to Parish
and S52B was groomed from Dahl's in Scriba to Mack Rd. and S56 was
groomed from Mack rd. to D&W in New Haven.
3/1/14 - S52 to Parish
has been groomed.
2/26/14 - Tucker 1 is
grooming from Mexico to Pulaski on S52.
2/25/14 - S52 from
Mexico to Parish has been groomed tonight.
2/15/14 - S56 has just
been groomed from Darrow Rd. to the county trail in Phoenix.
CAN ALWAYS CHECK OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR UP-T0-DATE TRAIL CONDITIONS
New York State law says three inch
Check out this web map
and trip planner webpage:
OUR NEXT MONTHLY MEETING WILL BE ON
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14TH
AT HAZZY'S IN NEW HAVEN
County Sheriff Reuel Todd has announced that two Young Snowmobile
Operator Safety Courses will be held in December.
York State Law requires that youths ages 10 through 17 successfully
complete an eight-hour Young Snowmobile Operator Safety Course and be
in possession of a Safety Certificate before they
can legally operate a snowmobile.
this certificate, the following applies:
ages 10 through 13 may operate a snowmobile off their own property
while accompanied by (within 500 feet of) a person at least 18 years of
ages 14 through 17 may operate a snowmobile off their own property
without an adult.
day courses will be held at the Oswego County Public Safety Center, 39
Churchill Road, Oswego, as follows:
13: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
14: noon to 4 p.m.
20: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
21: noon to 4 p.m.
is no charge for the training.
parent or guardian must accompany students to the classroom on the
first day of the course to sign a parental permission form.
must attend both days of their chosen training course to complete the
is required and class size will be strictly limited due to available
students can register by contacting Kelley Kuhl weekdays from 7:30 a.m.
to 4 p.m. at 349-3259.
ride safely and stay on the marked trails.
for more information -> Safety
A LITTLE ABOUT US
We're located less than an hour
north of Syracuse,
just off Route 81 and we've got over 50 miles of trail, in
the snow-belt of Oswego County. We are just far enough away from tug
hill to get away from all the traffic, yet close enough to be there
within an hour or two by sled. If you haven't done the "loop"
from the county trail yet, now is the time to do it. You can
go from C4 in Fulton, north to Palermo, where you can gas up. From
there you can continue north S52B in New Haven, where you can gas up if
needed again, then head east towards Mexico, take S52 west over to
Parish, pick up C5 there, and lastly pick up C4 and head west, back
towards Fulton where you started. There is a lot to see and
experience. Just about all our trails wind thru deep wooded
areas and then open into large fields just to go back to the
woods. In a few areas, these woods are carved open by an
abandoned railway where it has been trimmed almost to
perfection. You won't find a lot of helmet hitters on our
trails. Our volunteers do a great job of taking care of brush
and low limbs wherever possible while out signing or grooming. There
are many places in our trail system that you can grab a bite and relax.
There is the Driveway Inn in Palermo, Sticks and Hazzy's in
New Haven, Dahls and the Scriba VFW in Scriba, and the Eis House in
Mexico. All right on the trail. There is even a NAPA in
Mexico, that stocks a lot of belts, oil and plugs, just in case, right
on the trail.
So make a day of it. Come ride our system and see what all
the talk is about.
Looking for a place to park that trailer and truck? No problem, see the
Park & Rides
Here are our upcoming events
CLUB MEETINGS - Mark your calendar!
January 14th, 2015
February 11th, 2015
March 11th, 2015
at Hazzy's Tavern,Rte 104 in New Haven, NY
We will have a sliding board meeting schedule,
therefore our future board meetings are at the following locations:
look at what it takes to groom over 100 inches of snow, follow link
this link for Trail Conditions Page -> Trail Conditions
If you have any trail conditions questions please
email@example.com They will be answered on as
time permits basis.
years NYSSA "2015 Super Raffle" fundraiser is under way.
Tickets are $5
each. Get your tickets now!
Last year's main
fundraiser was the
thanks goes out to the following businesses for selling tickets:
Jeff & Mary’s Driveway Inn - Palermo
Auto Parts / NAPA -
Safe - Ride Smart!
not ride with inadequate snow coverage - NY State law says 3" minimum!
To Respect Our Landowners - Without Them - There Are No
open field is not an open invitation!
ON THE MARKED TRAIL!! IF YOU DON'T, YOU'RE TRESPASSING!!
Track Is Not a Trail!!
Trails are open to snowmobiles only!!
MOST OF ALL, USE COMMON SENSE!
Events Throughout The County
No events to report at
this time. Please check back soon!
Fulton Area Snow
Snowmobile Club, Inc.
Snowmobile And Recreation Club, Inc.
Lake Trailblazers, Inc. -
They Hold Their Fundraising Events March, June & September.
Contact them for More Info: (315)-964-2561
Valley Trail Blazers, Inc.