People travel from all over to enjoy the snowmobiling around the Great Sacandaga Lake. With gorgeous trails throughout the local Adirondack Mountains and great lake riding, the Sacandaga Lake area has become one of the best places to snowmobile in the Northeast.
If you’re the type to bundle up and hit the trails this winter, and perhaps you’re new to the area, there are a number of area snowmobiling clubs that can help you find the perfect trails and advise you on the right conditions.
Area Snowmobile Clubs
Sacandaga Snowmobile Club
With volunteers who maintain over 16 miles of trails in Saratoga County, this club offers lots of ongoing events and has a website rich with news, information, club photos and trail conditions!P.O. Box 1120 Northville, New York 12134
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Website – www.sacandagasnowmobileclub.net
Southern Adirondack Snowmobile Club
Headquartered in Mayfield, NY, and maintaining over 17 miles of trails stretching from the southern part of Great Sacandaga Lake is the Southern Adirondack Snowmobile Club offers lots of events, a newsletter, and also has a website with club photos, trail conditions and more!P.O. Box 142 Mayfield, New York 12117
Email – email@example.com
Website – www.soadsnow.com
Pleasant Riders Snowmobile ClubP.O. Box 425 Speculator, New York 12164
Website – pleasantriders.com
Charlton Snowmobile Club
Website – www.charltonsnowmobileclub.com
Frontier Sno-Riders Inc.
This club has a broader member base going as far south as Albany County. Their website offers trail conditions, event details and tips to help you stay safe on the trails this winter.
Website – http://www.frontiersno.com
Riding out of Greenwich, NY, the Greenwich Trailblazers is a very active club that participates in local races! You’ll find event information and news on their website along with items for sale!
Website – http://www.greenwichtrailblazers.snowclubs.com
Mulleyville Snowmobile Club
Headquartered in Ballston Spa is the this club offers lots of events, news, trail conditions, and even their own club gear!
Website – http://mulleyvilletrailsystem.com
Bleeker Snow Rovers
Snowmobilers in the town of Bleeker can look up the Bleeker Snow Rovers. This club has been around since 1972 and their website offers up-to-date trail reports.
Website – http://bleeckersnowrovers.com
East Galway Snowmobile Club
Enthusiasts in the town of Galway can seek out the East Galway Snowmobile Club. They offer lots of great events and runs, regular meetings and trail conditions available through their website.
Website – http://www.galwaytrailmasters.com
Fulmont Snow Travelers
Hailing from Fonda, NY is the Fulmont Snow Travelers club. Lots of meetings and events, details and trail conditions are available on their website.
Website – http://fulmont.snowclubs.com
Nick Stoner Trailers
In the Caroga Lake area? You can contact the Nick Stoner Trailers. Their website offers the ability to sign up for membership online as well as trail conditions, club news and events.
Website – http://www.nickstonertrailers.com
Oppenheim Trail Blazers
Based in Stratford, NY, is th Oppenheim Trail Blazers club. The club offers ongoing events and meetings, and their website offers news and photos.
Website – http://oppenheim_trailblazers.webs.com