March 21, 2017
This report courtesy of the Oswego County Department of Community Development, Tourism and Planning.
Winter Trails Report
According to the Fulton Area Snow Travelers:
We have reopened our trails for as long as the snow holds up. If you ride, please use extreme caution as there is no base under the new snow we received last week. You may encounter mud and water. The trail was groomed from the groomer barn to Bell Rd. in Pennellville on Thursday. A breakdown has prevented further grooming – currently waiting on parts.
According to the Square Valley Trail Blazers:
We are sad to say that effective immediately all of Square Valleys trails are closed. Thank you to everyone who supported us this season and a special thanks to our landowners, this would not be possible without you.
According to the Mexico Trail Riders:
Due to lack of snow, our trails are now closed.
According to the Pulaski/Boylston Snowmobile Club:
The trails were groomed from Pulaski barn to Boylston barn, Pulaski barn to 11 North Trail, Sandy Pond, and Boylston barn to Little John. Yesterday we groomed Bice, CCC, Gathering Place trail and S54. Remember 25 MPH and use caution.
According to the Kasoag Trailblazers:
Friday evening we opened and groomed the South Shore trail C5 and Altmar to the Redfield turn around. All waterholes were frozen and the trail was in nice shape. The Redfield side and the Altmar trails were done over the weekend.
According to the Winona Forest Recreation Association:
We had prime conditions over the weekend with some warmer temperatures. Trails were groomed and tracks set.
According to the Osceola Tug Hill Ski Club:
We currently have an 8-10 inch base of packed powder/loose granular snow. Tracks were graded and set yesterday, faster before noon and softer in the afternoon.