Maintaining 66 miles of groomed trails connecting the following areas:  Boonville-White Lake - Forestport -  Alder Creek - Penn Mt.-West Leyden-Constableville-   Port Leyden- Lyons Falls                                                                      

Quick Reminder:


Lost Trail will be holding our First Annual Holiday Bazaar on Dec. 3rd, from 9am - 4pm at the Elks Club in Boonville NY. There is more information on this website as well as on the Lost Trail Facebook Page.

We're looking froward to seeing y'all there



Our next monthly meeting will be held on Dec. 7, 6:30pm at the American Legion, 124 E Schuyler St, Boonville NY


Please remmeber that the trails do not open until after deer season and please respect our landowners property...if the trail is marked Closed please do not proceed. Thank You



Make sure you mark your calendars for the upcoming Holiday Bazaar...Info can be found in our events tab on this website.

As part of our continued Fund Raising efforts we are reaching out for some help. During the Holiday Bizarre the club will be selling baked-goods so if anyone has some spare time and would like to bake something for us to sell we would really appreciate it. Donations of baked-goods can be dropped of at the Elks Club on Dec. 3rd, anytime after 9:00am...Thank you in advance for your support

Quick Update:

Along with the Baked-Goods the fundraising committee will be selling hot dogs, hamburgers/cheeseburgers, chili, snacks, hot chocolate, sodas, water, and cotton candy at the Holiday Bazaar. Come take a selfie with Santa from 11:00am - 2:00pm. we hope to see y'all there and thanks for thinking seems to be working. 



Boonville Snow Fest is a go...and will be held at the

Boonville Fairgrounds Jan. 27, 28 and 29 so lets hope that the weather gives us some cold temps to build the track and snow for the Torch Light Parade. If you've never attended this event it is something you should put on your "to do" list. Racers from far and wide come into town and some of Boonville's natives have competed and won against some of the top teams in racing so plan early if you want to attend as hotel accommodations fill up quick. We will post more info as it becomes available.

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor for this event please visit the Boonville Snow Fest Website and thank you in advance for your support







* If you check out our events tab you will see that Lost Trail Snowmobile Club will be having a "Holiday Bazaar" on Dec. 3rd from 9am -400pm at the Elks Club on Rt.12 in Boonville. Tables are still available, $10 per table


* Lots to do before we can ride, so volunteers are always welcome and we have many opportunities for helping out. Our fund raising committee is always in need of extra hands, we can always use folks with carpentry skills, or if you would like to see our trails before the snow flies, we always need help clearing downed trees or clearing brush, mechanics are also welcome as well as folks interested in becoming a groomer operator. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer please feel free to contact me at, or starting Friday Nov. 16 at 9:00am and most all Fridays throughout the season someone will be at the Groomer Barn to meet and greet. The Groomer Barn is located on Ford St in Boonville NY, (across from the Oneida County / Boonville Fairgrounds) Hope to see you there!!!


* Please Join a Club Where You Ride!!!


Club Officers


President: Kevin Chambers

Vice President: Chuck Myers 

Treasurer: Liz Miller 

Secretary: Linda Young

Recording Secretary: Mary Fremgen

Membership Secretary: Rebecka Backer



Mike Howard

John Pfeifer

Jeff Denslow

Rusty Yager

Jim Ringwald




Trail conditions can be found on the following:


Lost Trail Snowmobile Club Facebook Page


The Moose Radio Station, WBRV 101.3FM/99.7FM

Lost Trail Snowmobile Instagram Page 






Like "Lost Trail" on Facebook and Instagram! 


Parking at the Groomer Barn is still available 24/7, location is noted on our Google Maps sited above!

Over the summer our enterance road has moved to the right of the trail, please use that road for motor vehicles and the trail system only for snowmobiles 


New Trail ALERT! 

Our trail that usually goes through Erwin Park in Boonville has been moved! Instead of going through the park the trail has moved along side of Route 12. Signs are up and please use caution while you are riding along of the road. Also, please make an effort to stay out of the parkway due to the large amount of work the Boonville Town and Village workers did this summer to make this community we live in better! 






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