Winter Trails Reports

Oswego County Tourism provides weekly winter trails reports for snowmobilers, cross-country skiers and snowshoers. Winter trails reports begin after hunting season once the first significant snowfall occurs in Oswego County. Reports continue throughout winter as local snowmobile clubs provide updates.

Oswego County is a prime location for outdoor winter recreation. With the highest recorded snowfall east of the Rocky Mountains, the Tug Hill region offers exceptional conditions for exploring the great outdoors.

The Oswego County trail system is made up of 400 miles of official snowmobile trails and over 150 miles of trails for cross-country skiing or snowshoeing. Reach out to one of the area snowmobile clubs for an Oswego County trail map to help you find restaurants, parking and gas stations for your sleds.

Before you warm up your snowmobiles and grab your gear, check out the Oswego County trail report which features weekly updates on trail conditions and weather forecasts collected from local snowmobile clubs and frequently used winter recreation areas.

The county-wide trails report is also available by phone; just call 1-800-248-4FUN (4386) and press 3.

It is not currently snowmobile season. Please check back next winter for weekly reports of winter trail conditions!