SnowmobilingSnowmobiling on the Erie Canal Recreational Trail

Whether you want to cruise through fields, hills, or forests you'll find a Cayuga County trail that is sure to please.  Ride the trails north all the way to Lake Ontario or head south and spend the day exploring Bear Swamp State Forest.  If you are looking for an extended ride the trail system also leads into Tug Hill and to the Adirondacks region.  While you are out be sure to stop along the way at a local restaurant or pub.  If you are looking for more information reach out to one of the snowmobile clubs for the county.

Please note: Snowmobiles must be registered and insured while using public trails, and snowmobilers must wear helmets at all times. Riders must stay to the right on the trail. The trail speed limit is 55 mph unless posted otherwise. Children between 10 and 17 must take a snowmobile safety course and receive a certificate of completion. Youth ages 10 through 13 may operate a snowmobile off their own property while accompanied by (within 500 feet of) a person at least 18 years of age. Youth ages 14 through 17 may operate a snowmobile off their own property without an adult.

For your safety, please stay on designated trails and stay off rivers and lakes.

Trails open December 18th , snow permitting. 

Poor Folks Snowmobile Club
1961 Andrews Road
Sterling, NY 13156
Pres:  Robert Flack 315-564-6192
Poor Folks Snowmobile Club

Sterling Trail Tamers
PO BOX 155
Sterling, NY 13156
Pres: Kenneth Hall 315-947-5383

The Cato Trail Blazers Inc.
PO BOX 192
Cato, NY 13033
Pres:  T.J. Snow 315-420-7377

Port Byron Snow Panthers
PO BOX 324
Port Byron, NY 13140
Pres:  Larry Smith  
Port Bryon Snow Panthers Facebook Page


Weedsport Winter Wanderers, Inc
PO BOX 748
Weedsport, NY 13166
Pres:  Joe Farrugia
Weedsport Winter Wanderers Facebook Page

Finger Lakes Trail Runners, Inc.
PO BOX 177
Moravia, NY 13118
Pres: Day Jones 315-497-0957

Ridge Runners Snowmobile Club of Groton
PO BOX 165
Groton, NY 13073
Pres: Lin Loparco