St. Lawrence County
New York

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Snowmobile Trails
   Main Adirondack Corridors connect to both the north and south east corners of the county. The heart of the County's trail system is centered between South Colton and Cranberry Lake in the Adirondack Park. The Massena area is connected to trails centered in the Brasher State Forest. These trails are crisscrossed by numerous secondary trails. Parking, gas, food and lodging are available at some locations along the routes. Access points to the trails are often found at these establishments.

Trail access
   Many parking and access points can easily be located in the small hamlets along the trail system. The County Snowmobile Association's Trail Map marks all access and parking areas including more remote points. The most popular, convenient, and easily found with accommodations are listed here.

  Thanks to private landowners permission for access, and volunteers who maintain the routes, anyone can enjoy these trails. Snowmobile Club members not only enjoy riding the trails they are also responsible for maintaining a large portion of them.

Member Clubs
St. Lawrence County Snowmobile Association
Cranberry Lake Mountaineers
Edwards Snowmobile Club
Hermon Sledders
Tri Town Trail Blazers
Parishville Pacemakers
Punch Lock Travellers
Sno Skippers

  • Most trails are open only because of private landowner permission. Permission given on private property is for snowmobile use on trails only.
  • Corridor and access trails are groomed wholly or in part at least twice a week depending on groomer location and weather conditions.
  • Some access trails are hazardous (ice/water)
  • Trails are not to be used until after big game hunting season
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  Become a Member
  Few registered snowmobile users ever join a club or association. Most, probably do not realize the amount of work and effort a handful of volunteers expend to keep the trails open and groomed. Countless hours are spent by members acquiring permission for right-of-ways, clearing and grooming new and existing trails, and representing snowmobiling interests in Albany. Without the efforts of these people, the trails would not exist.
  Your support is welcome.
  Trail crews can always use another hand. You don't need to be a member to donate some time and labor regardless of the season.
  The Association and Clubs need your memberships.
  A membership to the association provides funds needed by the volunteers. Funds are used for equipment purchase, maintenance, and operating costs which easily run into the thousands every year. Your support is appreciated and needed.
Winter Fun
Use Caution
Be aware of the Unexpected

Every membership to the Association helps fund trail maintenance.
Includes membership in the State Snowmobile Association
Memberships are $15
For information:
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A map of the county trails is available from
The St. Lawrence Snowmobile Association
The cost is $3 each

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Map sample
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For information in other areas of the state visit:

   A Trails Map of the northeastern Adirondacks is also available at the St. Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce.
The staff will go to extreme measures to assist visitors to the area.

County and State
Trail Maps are available at the
St. Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce
Write to:
St. Lawrence County
Chamber of Commerce
Drawer A
Canton, NY 13617

1 315 386-4000
1 315 386-0134


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