About Redfield Snowmobile Association
Welcome to the on-line home of the Redfield Snowmobile Association.
Our club was formed over 40 years ago and still continues to grow with over 700 members. The Town of Redfield is located to the 'lee' of Lake Ontario, giving us over 250 inches of snow annually. Our nearly 50 mile trail system connects to trails in Lewis, Oneida, Oswego, and Jefferson counties. We are a totally voluntary organization and appreciate your interest and support. Our trails open one week after Northern Zone hunting season closes - snow conditions permitting. Ride safely; respect the trail surface and our landowners - without them there would be no trails. We are proud members of the Oswego County Snowmobile Association and the New York State Snowmobile Association.
TRAILS - 1/16/2021
Our trails and gates are now open. More snow and cold is needed to firm up the mud and water that exists in many areas. Please respect our landowners and stay on the trails.
Check our Facebook page for latest updates.
No group work days are currently scheduled until spring, but the ongoing work never ends. If you would like to become more involved in any way, contact any of our officers or directors.
Our annual membership meeting and elections are tenatively scheduled for Saturday, March 27th, 2021. Location and possible covid restrictions to be determined and will be posted.
The Sled Raffle winners are:
Keith Payne - Snowmobile
The $100 winners are:
Mark Gardner Donated $100 back to the club.
We have Redfield Snowmobile Association Apparel for sale.
Shirts, Sweatshirts and Hoodies can be purchased at the Redfield General Store and the Hayloft of Tug Hill.
Pricing from $19.00-$40.00
We also have Redfield Snowmobile Association Insulated Mugs for sale at $25.00 plus shipping each. Contact Bill Brasser or Kathy Frey if you would like one shipped.