Dairyland Snowmobile Club - New York on Facebook
Dairyland Snowmobile Club - New York on Facebook
Snowmobile meeting tonight 630pm @ Macks Inn. Last one of the season
Snowmobile meeting tonight 630pm @ Macks Inn. Last one of the season

20-04-2022
Meeting tonight in case anyone forgot
Meeting tonight in case anyone forgot

16-03-2022
Photos from Dairyland Snowmobile Club - New York's post
Groomer visited a few businesses on the trail today: Turners, Lake House, Echos, and Mack’s Inn. Only one missing is Langbrook. Just ran back pan today to pack what very little there is on the trail. Very thin snow with ice base. Will most likely be gone Sunday.











02-03-2022
Trails are back open but watch for water and plowed fields.
Trails are back open but watch for water and plowed fields.

19-02-2022
Trails are closed for now. Just barely the base left and tomorrow doesn’t look good. See what we get for snow tomorrow night.
Trails are closed for now. Just barely the base left and tomorrow doesn’t look good. See what we get for snow tomorrow night.

16-02-2022
Meeting tomorrow night 6pm @ Macks Inn
Meeting tomorrow night 6pm @ Macks Inn

15-02-2022
Photos from Dairyland Snowmobile Club - New York's post
Groomed from demont road to past Langbrook- 5 hours. Watch sides of the road been winged back 10-15ft 🤦🏻‍♂️



07-02-2022
Ok people I'm not sure what so difficult, if you see trail signs/posts in fields follow them. If your around langbrook golf cour...
Ok people I'm not sure what so difficult, if you see trail signs/posts in fields follow them. If your around langbrook golf course stay on trail, and if the trail follows a road side, stay out of people's lawns/don't cross their driveways. This stuff is getting old and ridiculous.... Cody Bayne, Dairlyland admin.

05-02-2022
Eel Weir to Turners done. 5 hours
Eel Weir to Turners done. 5 hours

04-02-2022
PSA- not sure if part of the problem this year with snowmobilers this year not following rules and staying on the trail is part...
PSA- not sure if part of the problem this year with snowmobilers this year not following rules and staying on the trail is partly to do with younger riders not taking a snowmobile safety course

Youth ages 14 through 17 years old may operate a snowmobile without adult or other supervision if they have completed a snowmobile safety training course recognized by the State of New York. Youth ages 10 through 13 may operate a snowmobile, on lands upon which snowmobiling is allowed, if they have completed a snowmobile safety training course recognized by the State of New York and are accompanied by (within 500 feet of) a person who is at least 18 years of age. The Commissioner of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation will issue a snowmobile safety certificate to those who successfully complete this course. Youths who do not hold this certificate are subject to the same restrictions as children under the age of 14 years.

30-01-2022
Groomed from Langbrook to Oswegotchie Town Barns. Met up with Punchlock. Also groomed to Morristown and to Turners. Have fun, be...
Groomed from Langbrook to Oswegotchie Town Barns. Met up with Punchlock. Also groomed to Morristown and to Turners. Have fun, be safe.

24-01-2022
Meeting tonight at Mack’s 6pm
Meeting tonight at Mack’s 6pm

19-01-2022
Photos from Dairyland Snowmobile Club - New York's post
All of Dairylands trails are now groomed except from Hammond to County line.



18-01-2022
Little test drive of the new groomer.
Little test drive of the new groomer.

14-01-2022
Meeting tonight at Mack’s Inn 6:30
Meeting tonight at Mack’s Inn 6:30

22-12-2021