NOTICE: With the impending snow storm hitting now until tomorrow, NYSSA would like to remind all snowmobilers that the NYS SNOWMOBILE TRAILS ARE NOT OPEN yet!
Please respect the landowners and clubs' volunteers by NOT being that person who gets a trail shutdown because of riding before they are officially opened. Snowmobile clubs have agreements with their property owners and land-use permits on State lands, such as DEC and Parks properties that allow snowmobile use. Those agreements many times include a minimum date that the trails can be opened, including such reasons as: Crops or Livestock still in the fields; Hunting their own land or allowing others to hunt; or other factors. Just because there's snow on the ground does NOT mean designated snowmobile trails on lands of others is open for riding.
"KNOW WHERE YOU CAN GO, BEFORE YOU GO!" Obviously, snowmobile clubs are only responsible for the trails which they maintain. Riders who own their own land can ride any time they wish, as well as on Legally-designated Town Seasonal Roads. Just pay attention, as it is hard to distinguish between a Seasonal Road to a Private Road or DEC land admin roads that are used as part of the official network of NYS snowmobile trails.
Please wait until the very earliest date before venturing out onto the snowmobile trails...which is the day after deer hunting seasons end in NYS. The clubs and their landowners dictate when the trails open after that. See these first 2 maps within this link to see those hunting dates: www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/28605.html#deer
We will be working at the groomer barn Tuesday beginning at 5:30 > 252 Johnson road bergin. We have a number of PM'S to complete on the groomers as well as repairs . If you are interested in learing more about the club , helping out, and getting more involved , here is a good chance . All help is welcome, We have quite a few trail stakes that need reflectors installed on them as well as general actities , To get more information , call Dan 469-6789 ... See MoreSee Less
We will be working at the groomer barn Tuesday nights to get equipment ready for the season. Any help is appreciated. Address is 256 johnson rd. Any questions send us a private message. ... See MoreSee Less
Hello Hilton Sno-Flyers My husband is selling his sled this year if anyone is looking to pick another one up or knows someone who is. It’s in mint condition..he just never gets to ride it. It’s basically BRAND NEW for the amount of times it’s been used. Give John a call if you’re interested, (585)305-0204.
Snowmobile Safety Course The Hilton Sno-Flyers & Hamlin Recreation Department will be offering a snowmobile safety course November 23rd. The course is free and open to adults and youth ages 10 and up. Time: 8am - 4:30pm Location: Lion Charles Maier Lodge at the Hamlin Town Hall Follow this link to sign up: secure.rec1.com/NY/town-hamlin-recreation/catalog You will have to create an account to register online. You may also call Hamlin Recreation at 585-964-7222 to sign up. Additional details...Test given upon completion of class and, if passed, a NY State Certificate will be issued. Please bring a pencil and pen to class. Participants can bring own lunch or delivery can be made from Hamlin Pizza Shack. ... See MoreSee Less