Trails are currently closed

We will be back with current Trail Conditions updates soon! 

Snow levels permitting, trails will open on December 21st, 2018!

Be sure to check our Facebook page or Club Calendar for all current club activities, plus  groomer activity and trail conditions.​
An easy way to check current trail conditions in our county is by calling the TRAIL CONDITIONS HOTLINE at: Call 1- 800-242-4569, Dial 2, then 5.

Remember that we owe everything to our generous landowners, so PLEASE show respect to the trails. The members of our club volunteer their time to support and sustain great snowmobile trails. Their efforts make riding the trails a pleasure. We would love to have your help too!   Join the club !
 
  
SnoPhone numbers for Allegany State Park (716) 354-9101 and Letchworth State Park (585) 493-3660 ext. 668  


   
NOHRSC - (Live) Interactive Snow Map 
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All snowmobilers riding the trails are required to register their sleds with New York State
Snowmobile Trailheads: GREAT PLACES TO UNLOAD AND RIDE!
Gerry Rodeo Grounds:   From NYS Thruway, take I-90 West past Buffalo to Exit 59 (Dunkirk/Fredonia), at stoplight after tollbooth, turn left onto Route 60 South to Gerry, NY.  In Gerry, turn right at the stop sign (still Route 60 South), go 1000 yards, Rodeo Grounds will be on your right (the area is very well marked with several large signs).   Gerry, NY is just 3 miles from Jamestown, NY and Falconer, NY.  Large, plowed parking area with plenty of large trailer parking. The main corridor snowmobile trail, C1D, runs right through the parking area.

Kennedy, NY:   On Rte 394 - plowed parking lot, located across the street from the Gas Station at the Shurfine Grocery Store and The Office Restaurant. Direct access to snowmobile Trail #C1

Harris Hill Road, Gerry NY:  Located at the intersection of Harris Hill and Gerry-Ellington Roads (between the towns of Gerry and Ellington) this is a state maintained, plowed parking area for the Harris Hill State Lands and the snowmobile trail runs next to the parking lot.

If you find a hazard on the trails

Even if you are on another club's trail system or are not sure which club takes care of the trail where you find a hazard...take a picture with your phone and post it on our, or any Chautauqua County club's, Facebook page. Just click the Facebook (f) link below...someone will recognize the area/part of the trail immediately and will notify the right person, so that the hazard can be fixed.

  • The safety of snowmobilers is why club's exist
  • ​Helping and protecting our landowner's property is another reason 

If you are comfortable riding with clippers, loppers or a small saw, please feel free to cut out hazards on the trails. We don't always know when a tree falls down, so handling it yourself (when possible) or notifying our Trail Coordinator of the situation helps everyone!

Rider Courtesy

If you aren't an experienced motorcycle, bicycle or snowmobile rider, you might wonder what the hand signals mean that are used by many snowmobilers.

Hand signals are easy to use and can be a very reliable way to communicate while riding a snowmobile. They can be vital to safe snowmobile riding, so always make clear, very deliberate signals with your left arm that can be seen by other drivers behind you or approaching sleds.

Of course, there is no substitute for keeping your hands on the steering bar to be able to safely steer through a curve in the trail, etc.  We don't recommend "letting go" just to be able to signal to oncoming riders - safety first is real...!