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ALL TRAILS ARE CLOSED

Please respect our landowners & Club

STAY OFF OF CLOSED TRAILS

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Welcome to the Official FSC Website!

Thanks for visiting the Official Web Site of the Franklinville Snowmobile Club.  Our next meeting  will be held on Thursday, January 8th at the Ischua Valley Country Club in Franklinville, New York.


Our meetings begin at 7:30 PM.  Pizza and wings are available after the meeting.

Trail Conditions

ALL TRAILS WILL REMAINED CLOSED DUE TO LACK OF SNOW


Before heading out on the trails, please make sure to visit our site to see current trail status and conditions.


Please remember that riding on CLOSED trails is considered to be trespassing and the violator could be charged by the landowner.


Please respect our landowners and their property.  Without the generous support of our landowners, we would not be able to provide you with the trail system that we currently enjoy.

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Make the Smart Choice!

At the height of the snowmobile season, the New York State Snowmobile Association reminds riders that many snowmobile-related incidents would be prevented if every rider made the smart choice for Zero Alcohol. NYSSA endorses the Zero Alcohol program, which urges every snowmobiler to take personal responsibility for choosing to be 100% alcohol-free prior to and during any snowmobile ride.


The Zero Alcohol Campaign is delivering this clear and unequivocal message to snowmobilers across North America through the snowmobile publications they read, and the snowmobile television shows they watch as well as through the main stream media.  Zero Alcohol also encourages every snowmobiler to set an example to all riding companions to practice Zero Alcohol as part of their own regular safe riding habit.