NH Snowmobile Clubs &
The snowmobile clubs and associations below are here
for your convenience. If you find any missing from the list, please contact
us using the Contact link above.
New Hampshire snowmobile clubs take care of our
snowmobile trails by cleaning up trails, building bridges, putting up signs,
working with landowners, grooming the trails, and a number of
other things to help make your snowmobile riding better. If you ride your
snowmobile in New Hampshire, be sure that you (at the very least) join a
club where you ride. Not only will you support the snowmobile clubs and
trail maintenance for the trails that
you enjoy riding on, you will also save money when registering your sleds!
Use the list of snowmobile clubs below to find the club nearest where you
ride. Consider sending the club a few bucks for donations every once in a
while. Just a few extra dollars can go a long way. $4.00 can buy a gallon of
diesel for a groomer. These clubs have small budgets, if their budgets fall short, that
could mean no fuel for the snowmobile clubs' trail groomers, not installing a
needed bridge, or worse! If you see the snowmobile trails not being
maintained, it is most likely due to a lack of funding, not a lack of people
that care. Most importantly, take care of the trail you ride on by staying
on the marked trail. All too often an angry landowner is right on the edge
of pulling the plug on their generous offer to let you ride on their land.
All it may take is that one last ski mark off the trail or an ATV riding a
snowmobile trail, and it's over.... engage the brain before you ride!
SUPPORT THE SNOWMOBILE CLUBS WHERE YOU RIDE!!