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Oneida County Getaway Guide

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With over 540 miles of groomed trails, it is no wonder that Oneida County has the largest number of snowmobile club members in the state. The geographic diversity of Oneida County adds to the reason why riding here is so popular. It is located in the central portion of New York State, east of Syracuse, and west of Albany. Oneida Lake is on the northwestern corner of the county, and the Adirondack Park is on the northeast. Part of the Tug Hill Plateau is in the northern part of the county.

Interestingly, Oneida County's highest point does not lie on either the plateau nor in the Adirondack Park, but in the county's southern extremity, between the villages of Waterville and Cassville. The Erie Canal bisects the county. You wanted variety? You got it!

A myriad of diversions appeal to riders in Oneida County. Riders can choose from more than 300 local attractions including restaurants, museums, casinos, breweries, and exciting events!

Booneville Snow Festival

The Adirondack Cup Ice Oval Snowmobile Race returns this January to the Oneida County Fairgrounds in Boonville, NY after a one year hiatus. Known as the birthplace of the Adirondack Ice Cup competition, Boonville has become world famous for its’ racing. The first race began in the early 60’s, but temporarily ended in the late 70’s. However... (continued)

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... a dedicated group of “Boonvillians” revived the event, which now celebrates its fifteenth anniversary, with races, a torchlight parade, and more. The event runs from Friday, January 27th through Sunday, January 29th.

For more information, go to www.boonvillesnowfestival.com

Boonville Race

Almost every club hosts a variety of events open to the riding public, such as pig roasts, chicken barbecues, pancake breakfasts, family campouts, poker runs, vintage rides and more. Check club websites and Facebook pages for details.

Boonville Riders
Trackside Blazers
Trackside Blazers

Headed into Poland, Deerfield SnowTrails
Headed into Poland, Deerfield SnowTrails

Otter Lake Overlook, by Brian Pokorny
Otter Lake Overlook, by Brian Pokorny


PARK & RIDE (Truck and Trailer Lots)

  • • Adirondack Lanes, Barneveld
  • • Camden DPW Garage, Camden
  • • County Records Building, Westmoreland
  • • CNYST Clubhouse, Waterville
  • • Delta Lake State Park, Rome
  • • Erie Canal Village lot, West Rome
  • • Erwin Park parking lot, Boonville
  • • Horton Road parking lot, Forestport
  • • Inn at The Beeches back lot, Rome
  • • Lost Trails clubhouse, Boonville
  • • Nice & Easy Grocery Shop, Alder Creek
  • • NYS Rt. 28 parking lot, Forestport
  • • NYS Rt. 46 parking lot, State Bridge
  • • Sylvan Beach Municipal Lot, Sylvan Beach
  • • Verona Beach State Park, Verona Beach
  • • Vernon Downs side parking lot, Vernon
  • • Town of Vienna Oneida Lake lot, North Bay
  • • Gone Coastal restaurant lot, Lee Center
TC Riders, NYSSA Club of the Year (2015)
TC Riders, NYSSA Club of the Year (2015)
Covered Bridge Challenge decal

Enter to win the 2nd Annual
Covered Bridge Challenge!


www.CoveredBridgeChallenge.com

Covered Bridge Challenge bridge Once again, riders are challenged to brave the elements and either ride or trailer to five Covered Bridges found on two routes spanning the eastern and western sides of New York State! We are proud to announce that two Oneida County locations are in this year’s challenge! The Hajdasz Family’s covered bridge on the Deerfield Snow Trails, and the town of Boonville bridge are both part of the challenge. Receive your 2016-7 Winner's Decal by riding across each of the 5 bridges on either route, posting a selfie of you, your sled and the bridge you have just crossed! (No need to RIDE the whole route!)

Sponsored in part by the Boonville Chamber of Commerce. www.BoonvilleChamber.com

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