Welcome to the Lake Sunapee Snowmobile Club’s website! The Lake Sunapee Snowmobile Club maintains over 80 miles of trails in the heart of New Hampshire’s Lake Sunapee region. This work is accomplished through the combination of generous land and business owners and dedicated volunteers.
Our Club meetings are on a monthly basis from September through April on the first Wednesday of each month. These meetings are held at the Newbury Safety Services building on Route 103 and start at 7 PM
Effective immediately (1/1/19) anyone who volunteers for trail work, grooming etc. will qualify for a Free membership! Just do 20 hours of verifiable work to earn your membership. Other projects have put us behind in trail maintenance. Your efforts will go to this years membership or next years membership. Contact Trail Administrator Casey Brennen, 603-494-0568, to sign up. Thanks. Also, check the clubs Facebook page for trail work announcements.
Dec. 17, 2018– Although the trails are officially open, please stay off of them until we get more snow. There isn’t enough yet to groom and many trails have trees and debris covering them. We need to clean this up first. We will post when the conditions improve. THE ICE IS NOT SAFE YET! Updates will be posted on our Facebook page.
Club Membership Renewal? You can register online at www.NHSAmembership.com
Chris Krol helps Lake Sunapee Snowmobile Club, Rural Heritage Connection of Bradford and Friends of the Concord-Lake Sunapee Rail Trail set beams for a 70′ bridge over Lake Todd. The joint project is a major safety enhancement for pedestrians, cyclists and snowmobilers.
Concord-Lake Sunapee Rail Trial Gofundme In memory of Robert Saturley
This is a great fundraiser in memory of Robert Saturley which will assist in fundraising for our Rail Trail Project at Lake Todd in Bradford, New Hampshire. We are planning a memorial along the trail for his friends and family to visit and for all to enjoy and have a safe maintained bicycle , pedestrian and snowmobile trail through Bradford village with access to all its goods and services. Money raised goes directly to this trail project.
THANK YOU LANDOWNERS!
Without our landowners in Bradford, Newbury, and Sunapee, our trail system would not be possible.
On behalf of our Executive Board, members, and fellow riders, Thank you for making it possible.
If you ever have any questions regarding the snowmobile trail on your property, please call Casey Brennan, Trail Administrator at 603-494-0568.
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