We are once again serving breakfast on Sunday mornings, check out the activities page for more info.
Please people be careful out there, Groomers have the right of way and run day or night.
Things were looking really good there for a while in November with close to two feet of snow on the ground but as fast as it can come, it can go away just as fast. Warm temps and rain pretty much ate it all up.
No big snow in the forecast but cold temps are starting to freeze the ground and lakes in the area so hopefully when the snow comes again it will stick around for awhile.
Here it is nearly the middle of December and I still don`t have any good news to share with you snow wise, temps keep going up and down, get a little cold an snow then it warms up and melts away. As conditions change, I`ll keep you posted.
Did you know...
that it cost $5.13 to groom one mile of trail during the 2012-2013 season? If you divide that $5.13 into the $45 trail permit cost, you will see that after you have ridden 8.77 miles the $45 spent on the permit has been used up.
We need you
If your reading this and ride our trails, we need your help,we are in need of members. We are one of Michigans oldest clubs, forming in 1969, over the years membership has gone up and down, right now we have less than thirty members on the rolls and probably only twelve actually do all the work. Even if you can`t help all the time with brushing in the fall or grooming thru the winter, some help, when ever available would be more than welcome. If you can`t help physically your membership dues helps us do the things the DNR doesn`t help with. Again, if you like smooth trails, we need you, the trails don`t groom themselves.
The new trail into Petoskey IS OPEN! It goes from our clubhouse trailhead (on the corner of Cedar Valley Rd. and Evergreen Trail) to the Odawa Casino just south of Petoskey. The trail has a few road crossings, including having to cross US-131 at Lears Rd. PLEASE use extreme caution when crossing any road. STAY ON THE TRAIL and obey traffic signals. Safety first.