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Snowmobiling at Camp Algonquin

Snowmobile Maps:
Get a free NY State map on http://www.gosnowmobile.com/

Get free digital snowmobile maps that can be downloaded on to your Garmin, Magellan or Lowrance GPS on http://gpssledmaps.com/

Snowmobile Registration:
If you are visiting from out of state you must register your sled in NY. After joining a local snowmobile club, which can be done on-line, send the following to the New York DMV.

  • Copy of both sides of driver’s license.
  • Original State sno-mo registration (We sent copies and it worked)
  • Complete form MV - 82SN, http://www.gosnowmobile.com/MV-82SN.pdf
  • Verification of NYSSA club membership, https://membership.nyssnowassoc.org/club/statemap
  • Check for $45 (or $100 without club membership)
NY will copy your state registration and return it along with your NY registration. It takes about 2 weeks. Send to:
New York DMV
Riverhead Office
200 Old Country Road
Route 58
Riverhead, NY 11901
We were told to place the NY registration stickers adjacent to our state stickers.

Trail Access from Camp Algonquin:

There is usually sled traffic between Upper Saranac Lake, just south of the camp and the main snowmobile trail, C7 just north of the camp across highway 30. Sleds run the edge of the Saranac Inn road to highway 30 and cross at the intersection following a local trail north to the C7 railroad bed leading east and west. Check with the Tucker Lake snowmobile web site below for rail status and snow conditions. Assuming good snow cover, Camp Algonquin is in a good central location for travel in all directions. There are several 100 -150 mile loops that can be taken.

Fuel:

There is fuel trailside in Tupper Lake and at Charlie’s Inn in Lake Clear Junction (very expensive). The NY State trail map shows other fuel locations.

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