Rolling Ridge Snowmobile Club was started with the goal of keeping Pennsylvania State Game Land trails open for snowmobiling, as they were slated to close due to budget cuts. Along with the maintenance of trails, our efforts eventually led to our involvement in the saving of the snowmobile bridge that spans the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
Over the life of the club, we have progressed from disagreeing with the gas company regarding plowing of the gas line to cooperating to accommodate both of our needs: groomed trails, as well as a road that can be utilized by motor vehicles. We look forward to bettering our relationship going into the future for continued cooperation.
- Promise friendship and camaraderie while enjoying a family-friendly winter activity.
- Develop a legal trail to connect northern and southern trail systems.
- Groomer Acquisition
Keeping trails smoother and safer
- Snowmobile Groomer & Drag Acquisition
For grooming smaller side trails $4900
- Snow Poles Grant
For placement of snow poles to clearly separate trails from joint use roadway
- Helped Save the Turnpike Bridge (AKA: Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail Bridge)
So we can ride more continuous miles of trail. See all the “Save The Bridge” Media Archives here
Read our November 2015 Newsletter Here (PDF)
Be sure to check out (and join!) our fellow clubs in the Laurel Highlands and throughout the State of Pennsylvania!
Pennsylvania State Snowmobile Association
Laurel Highlands Snowmobile Club
Maple Summit Snowmobile Club
Some Important Area Conditions
Shared with our friends at the Laurel Hill Nordic Patrol and PACCSA – please visit them here