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All HSC trails are Closed


You may trailer your snowmobile and drop at the following locations:

-Armor Inn Tap Room (Parking Lot across the street DO NOT PARK AT RESTAURANT) 5381 Abbott Rd Hamburg NY 14075

-Chestnut Ridge Park (Newton Road Side Only) 6399 Newton Road Orchard Park NY 14127

-Old Walmart 4255 Mckinley Pkwy Hamburg NY 14075 (Behind NAPA store)

-Lakeview Rd Town Rec Center (Nikey Base) 2982 Lakeview Rd Hamburg NY 14075 (Parking lot behind ice rink next to groomer barn site)


Please refer to the interactive map below for trail updates.

For Location services you need to look at the map directly at this link HSC Snowmobile Trails 


Also follow us on Facebook @ Hamburg Snowmobile Club

Hamburg Youth Group @ Hamburg Snowmobile Youth Club

Map Key

------ Orange = Closed = Trails are not open to public

------ Green = Open = Trails Open to Public.  Some Groomed. Conditions are suitable and safe for public riding

------ Blue = Not Reported

A Letter From HSC President

New Groomer Barn in process. After 2 years of work from the HSC board the time is upon us. This week HSC received the approval from the Town of Hamburg on the construction of our new club groomer barn. The new facility will be located at 2982 Lakeview Road Hamburg, NY also know as the Nike Base.


This 40' x 80' structure will be used to store our , groomers,club equipment and materials. We will also be developing all season trails to be used for hiking and during the summer and winter the trails will be used to train our youth snowmobilers and new groomer operators.  Trails can also be used for snowshoeing, cross country skiing and snow biking. In the future we plan on hosting our snowmobile safety courses at this facility and will have hands on riding and demonstrations.


This is a large undertaking by organization and we need your support. As funding has been secured to get the structure up and weather tight there is still much to do. Concrete floor heating and electrical. We are asking members for your support.


Ways to assist.


1-Joining the club early with a donation with your membership registration.

2- Mailing a donation to PO Box 102 Hamburg NY 14075. Subject Groomer barn.

3- donations of materials or services. Concrete, electrical, lighting, plywood etc.


We've had some large repair bills on equipment along with infrastructure improvements over the last two years. This is the next step to help maintain and produce trails for you to ride.


We please ask for your support. Thank you in Advance.


Jason Larson

HSC Club President.

Club Meetings

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Please join us to see how we have grown and progressed as a club since the 2018-2019 Season.


Members, Non-Members, and anyone else is welcome to come. Registration will be at the door for renewals and new-membership.  

HSC Registration

Registration for HSC just became easy!  Please remember to register and help a great cause!

Individual = $40.00

     Family = $40.00


If you would like to register at any given time you may do so by clicking this link:

Link To Registration


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Get Excited....HSC Groomers Are Getting Ready For Snow!!

Bridge and Trail work has begun for the 2018-2019 Snowmobile Season.  If your interested in helping please contact any one of the directors or trail captains.  All help is welcomed and much appreciated!

Club Statement Of Purpose

"Hamburg Snowmobile Club (HSC) is a volunteer led not for profit association.  HSC devotes its time and resources to providing a voice for the snowmobiling community of Western New York, specifically within the town of Hamburg.  Our club mission is to create a safe and effective system of trails for the supreme snowmobiler experience.  Our vision is to acknowledge and maintain a sport that creates the best recreation and tourism experience possible, through a members based organization."