Welcome to the Ellery Sno-Cruisers website!

We are Chautauqua Counties Premiere Snowmobile Destination.

Sorry for the delay!

As the 2020-2021 season is fast approaching we would like to take a moment to thank Conrad Mason and Bryce Steffen for their years on service on the Board of Directors. As we move forward in the season we have begun trail work. Please be sure to stay on marked trails when the time comes. We mark them for everyone’s safety. If you would like to volunteer please contact us. Our contact number is 716-952-4319. We can me reached by call or text. We will be using it to communicate when we are having meetings, events & work parties. Text your name and number if you want to be added to the text list. Keep an eye on the website for updates as well as our Facebook page. Thank you everyone for your continued support! Stay safe & healthy!


 

 

With the help of your registration and membership dollars the Ellery Sno-Cruisers in Chautauqua County have built and maintain over 70 miles of trails in cooperation with our gracious landowners. Our trail system runs through four townships (Ellery, Ellicott, Gerry, and Stockton), connects three state parks, and joins with three other snowmobile clubs. We certainly hope you enjoy your experience on our trail system and would like to thank all of you for choosing to be a part of our Club! New members are always welcome!

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Ellery Sno Cruisers trails are open except for trail C4A between Kimblestand and Junction to 228. We have a massive tree down that we are going to try to address this evening.

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Ellery Sno-Cruiser trails will remain closed until all signs are up and they have been checked for safety. Keep snow dancing. Remember 1 foot of snow equals out to 1 inch of base.

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