Welcome to Snowmobiling in St Lawrence County, New York
Home to 700 miles of Family-Friendly Trails
St. Lawrence County boasts over 700 miles of meticulously groomed trails and some of the best riding in New York State. And talk about connections! The east end of the county trail system connects to Franklin County, the Akwesasne Casino, and Canada. The west end of the county connects to Lewis County and Tug Hill, while the southern end of the county connects to Hamilton County and Old Forge. There is no such thing as “you can’t get there from here” in St. Lawrence County.
We invite you to join our group of active snowmobile enthusiasts, get to know us and make this your personal trail system!
Snowmobile events happen throughout the winter, so if it’s a winter carnival or a snowmobile race you’re seeking, this is the place for it. Or maybe you’d like to try some ice fishing or mountaintop and wildlife photography. The diversity here is amazing! Bring your buddies and your families and enjoy the best New York has to offer in St. Lawrence County, NY.
We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to all our members, volunteers, landowners, lessees and sponsors. Thank you for your hard work and dedication to the preservation of snowmobiling.
Meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month at St. Patrick's Church meeting hall on Rt. 56 in Colton at 7pm. Members are encouraged and welcome to attend all meetings as are local merchants and the general public. For more information or to volunteer please contact us at 315-265-0898 or e-mail: SLCSA41@gmail.com. See you on the trail!
You can always work, but winter doesn’t last forever…
Come Join Us-Share the Adventure!
It's December 15 opening day of Snowmobile Season in St Lawrence County! Our first groomer was out last night grooming from Star Lake to Lewis County Line.We have snow at the southern end of the county in the Adirondack Park. The Seaway Valley and Adirondack Foothills have less snow. Happy Trails!
December 15, 2017
January 20, 2017
St. Lawrence County Snowmobile Trails Paper Map will be at businesses soon!