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Find an Adirondack Snowmobile Club & Hit the Trails

Looking for someone to go snowmobiling with? How about a whole group of people? Many counties in and around the Adirondack Park have snowmobile clubs located in the area. Once you become a member of one, you can stay updated on local trail conditions, get involved in trail maintenance, and enjoy riding with fellow members.

Below we've compiled a list of many snowmobile clubs located in the Adirondacks or a short distance away. Discover a club in your area, get contact information, and go riding this snowy season.

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Snowmobile Clubs and Organizations

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Essex County

Adirondack Trail Riders Snowmobile Club

Schroon Lake/North Hudson Snowmobile Club

Lake Placid Snowmobile Club

Minerva Snow Travelers

Moriah Snowmobile Club

Mountain Lakers Snowmobile Club

Newcomb Snowmobile Club

Franklin County

Franklin Snowmobilers Inc

Tri-Lake Snowmobilers Inc

Tupper Lake Snowmobile Club Inc

Moira Trail Breakers

Fulton County

Southern Adirondack Snowmobile Club, Inc

Ful-Mont Snow Travelers Inc.

Hamilton County

Algonquin Sno-Blazers Club

Dedicated Residents to Area Grooming (DRAG)

Pleasant Riders Snowmobilers Club

Indian Lake Snowarriors

Inlet Barnstormers Snowmobile Club

Herkimer County

Beaver River Association of Snowmobilers and Skiers (BRASS)

Ilion Snowdrifters

Salisbury Ridgerunners

Saratoga County

Charlton Snowmobile Club

Country Trailblazers, Inc

Mulleyville Snowmobile Club

Sacandaga Snowmobile Club

St. Lawrence County

St. Lawrence County Snowmobile Association

Cranberry Lake Mountaineers Snowmobile Club

Warren County


Northern Warren Trailblazers

  • Location: Chestertown
  • 518.494.0113

South Warren Snowmobile Club, Inc

Thurman Connection Snowmobile Club

Washington County

Battenkill Snowdrifters


Hartford Ridge Riders

  • Location: Hartford
  • 518.632.5966

Kingsbury Barnstormers

Northern Washington County Trail Blazers

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