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ALL TRAILS CLOSED
334 Ridge Rd
click here for location map of clubhouse
We meet the 1st Monday of the Month at 6:30 PM for a Pot Luck Supper
with a business meeting following at 7:00 PM. There is also a meeting on the 3rd Monday of the month. Our clubhouse
is located at 334 Ridge Road in Cherryfield (ITS 81) with ample parking for trailers. We are located 2 1/2 miles from
ITS 82 (Downeast Sunrise Trail www.sunrisetrail.org
There is ample parking at the clubhouse where you can pick up ITS 81 . From the clubhouse it is 26
miles to the Airline Diner in Beddington on ITS 81 N. In Deblois at the intersection of the Hatchery Road and Route
193, ITS 81 becomes the responsibility of the Airline Riders SC trail to Beddington via Deblois It is 15
miles to the Airline Diner from this road intersection. NOTE ITS 81 was rerouted last year. The trail on the east side
of Beddington lake is closed. ITS 81 S from the club house is 2 1/2 miles to the Downeast Sunrise Trail where you pick
up ITS 82 East where you can go to Machias (25 miles), or West to Cherryfield (4 miles) Hancock (33 miles).
For more info on the Sunrise Trail go to www.sunrisetrail.org or http://www.maine.gov/cgi-bin/online/doc/parksearch/details.pl?park_id=94 or http://www.maine.gov/doc/parks/programs/snowmobile/suntrail.html
All meetings and functions sponsored by the Snowmobile Club
are open to the public. You don't have to be a snowmobile rider to become a member
or attend functions. We have had many non-snowmobile members over the years. A potluck supper and monthly business meeting is held on the first Monday of the month,
October through April, and on the second Monday of September. Members meet the third Monday of the months of December, January,
and February for event and work session planning and no official meeting is held.
2012 - 2013 Public Suppers at clubhouse at 5:30PM
Baked Beans and Casserole's
March 23, 2013
Children 5-11 $3
under 5 free
Watch for winter
events which will be advertized in local papers and on the radio and television stations, along with flyers at local business
locations around the area.
click here for 2012-2013 membership application
Riders take Notice!!
A message to snowmobilers, Protect our Wild Blueberry Lands.
Maine Wild blueberry growers allow hundreds of miles of trails to cross their fields and barrens,
welcoming snowmobilers and ATV riders to enjoy thier lands. However, Wild Blueberry plants can be severely damaged,
even when snow covered, by riders who leave the marked trail. this cost growers thousands of dollars in lost crops. That's
why we ask you to respet these lands and Maine law:
STAY OFF CROP LANDS
STAY ON MARKED TRAILS
LEAVE NO TRACKS ON FIELDS
CARRY OUT ALL YOUR TRASH
OBTAIN WRITTEN LANDOWNER PERMISSION, UNLESS ON MARKED TRAIL
Thank you for helping us preserve an important part of Maine's