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Oswego County’s abundant snowfall and extensive trail system are a snowmobiler’s delight. Over 360 miles of trails provide unlimited access to the Tug Hill and Adirondack Park regions. Trail maps are available with membership in one of the ten
snowmobile clubs maintaining trails in Oswego County. Volunteers, club dues, and funds obtained from snowmobile registrations to the State of New York, all contribute to the development and maintenance of the trails throughout the County.
Snowmobiles must be registered and insured while using public trails, and snowmobilers must wear helmets at all times. Riders must stay to the right on the trail. The trail speed limit is 55 mph unless posted otherwise. Children between 10 and 17 must take a snowmobile safety course and receive a certificate of completion. Youth ages 10 through 13 may operate a snowmobile off their own property while accompanied by (within 500 feet of) a person at least 18 years of age. Youth ages 14 through 17 may operate a snowmobile off their own property without an adult.
For safety’s sake, please stay on designated trails and stay off rivers and lakes.
For trail conditions, call the Oswego County FISH-N-FUN line at 1-800-248-4FUN (4386).
Map of Oswego County Snowmobile Trails
Courtesy C & L Specialty Maps.
Oswego County Snowmobile Association
Fulton Area Snow Travelers, Inc.
Kasoag Trailblazers, Inc.
Mexico Trail Riders, Inc.
Pulaski-Boylston Snowmobile Club, Inc.
Redfield Snowmobile Association, Inc.
Snow Owls, Inc.
Square Valley Trail Blazers, Inc.
Sterling Trail Tamers, Inc.
Vanderbilt Snowmobile Club, Inc.
The Winona Forest Recreation Association grooms and maintains over 55 miles of premier, pristine trails for snowmobiling, cross country skiing and mushing. email@example.com; www.winonaforest.com