The Newcomb Snowmobile Club

"Where the Fun Is" 
in the Heart of the Adirondacks


Great snow conditions are already here, so check out Newcomb for your snowmobiling adventures this year.

The Newcomb Snowmobile Club is truly "Where the Fun Is," with miles of groomed trails, warm spots to visit for good Adirondack food or beverages, and comfortable places to stay. With our central Adirondack location, we have good snow,well maintained roads, plenty of parking, gas, and friendly people ready to help you get started.

Use this site to check weather, get snow and trail conditions, find out about local snowmobile events, or just find out what is going on.

Our Club is active and works hard to keep trails open all winter and to encourage nes memberships.



Snowmobile News

Club Ride and Lunch Sat., March 12 th, 2011
We will be meeting at the "Newcomb House" parking lot at 10:00 am and heading out on the "New" trail to Indian Lake, where we will be stopping at the "Bear Trap Inn" for lunch. If you are planning on going please RSVP by March 8th. I need to let them know how many for lunch.....call me at 518-582-4202 or email me at klarose39@yahoo.com Everyone will be responsible for their own lunch. There will also be a Snowmobile Club Meeting that evening at 7:00 p.m. at the Newcomb Fire Hall. Hope to see you out on the trail!!!!

To all clubs in Adirondack Park Counties:  
Please note the following information for
this event scheduled for Sunday, April 10th
at the Long Lake Hotel:    
NYSSA Announces the 4th Annual Adirondack Park Snowmobile Trail Conference To be held at the Adirondack Hotel in Long Lake On SUNDAY, April 10th From 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM This year’s focus will be on looking to the future. Several UMP’s have been approved and several more are being worked on.  Once approved by the
APA, plans for trail improvements can begin.  
Additional topics will be the status of easements, Rec Plans, and the new Trail Stewards program. Clubs need to send representatives who will: ask questions of the DEC about snowmobile issues in their area on easement and forest preserve lands identify trails on the forest preserve that need work
relate problems and other issues in getting improvements made learn of upcoming UMP actions enter into discussions regarding UMP decisions on issues such as trail designation
and trail closures learn of trail logs, priorities, work plans and getting things done learn of the new Trail Steward program – this is the mandatory first step! There is no fee to attend the Conference.  However, please notify Dave Perkins, NYSSA Trails Coordinator,
if you are attending the Conference. Dave Perkins, NYSSA Trails Coordinator 518-796-0897 daveperkins@nysnowmobiler.com  
Please let me know if you have any questions.  
Dave Perkins
NYSSA Trails Coordinator
POB 13
Hudson Falls, NY  12839
518-796-0897 daveperkins@nysnowmobiler.com

The Northwoods Diner is now open and has a complete menu. It also has a GAS pump, making it possibe to refuel before heading out.

Local Parking is available at the Town Beach Parking Lot, right on Lake Harris

Spend the night or longer at Aunt Polly's or at Ruth and Dave Obert's cabin

Trail connecting Newcomb with Indian Lake will be opening this winter. Stay in touch for info

Last Update, January 7, 2010
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