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The Charlton Snowmobile Club, Inc. maintains 55 miles of Class A trails in Saratoga, Fulton and Montgomery Counties. Our trails are maintained by the club members who volunteer their time. This includes  preseason work of clearing and signing the trails and fields, building bridges, performing maintenance on our equipment, and grooming the trails.

C8A - Our trail C8A starts at Coons Crossing in Halfmoon, NY and heads north/west through the towns of Malta, Round Lake, Ballston Lake, and Charlton where it connects to the Galway Snowmobile Club.

C8B - Our trail C8B starts at an intersection with C8A near NYS 147 & 67. This trail heads north/west through the towns of Charlton, Galway, Perth, and Broadalbin where it ends at the Great Sacandaga Reservoir.

C7D - Our trail C7D starts at an intersection with C8B near NYS Route 67 & Jersey Hill Road. This trail heads west through the West Charlton and into the Town of Amsterdam where it ends at Manny's Corners on NYS Route 67.

C7D (Fulton Co.) - Ful-Mont Snow Travelers Club C7D intersects with our trail C8B near Jackson Vly Road in Broadalbin.

Parking Areas:
Shenantaha Creek Park - East Line Road Ballston Lake, NY
Emerich's Sales & Service - Valentine Road Charlton, NY
Charlton Town Hall - Charlton Road Charlton, NY  (park at rear of lot)
Bob's Tree's - W. Galway Road Galway, NY  (park in west lot)
Historic Broadalbin Hotel - Main Street Broadalbin

Our Mission

The Charlton Snowmobile Club seeks to preserve and improve snowmobiling in our community. Our Club, in conjunction with the New York State Snowmobile Association and our neighboring clubs, work towards improving the trails and services for riders. We interact with our gracious landowners to ensure that our trails remain both safe and accessible to the public.
We are dedicated to providing a fun and safe environment for snowmobile enthusiasts to get together; both on the trail, and off at our various social gatherings throughout the year.
We do our part to make the New York State Trail System what it is today — miles of gorgeous, safe, and fun recreation for the whole family.

Our History

The Club was started in 1973 by a group of local snowmobiler's who wanted to build a local trail system for snowmobiler's to enjoy. This has grown from a few miles of single track trail that was maintained by a snowmobile pulling a small drag to the current day trail system of 55 miles of  Class A trail that connects Saratoga County, Fulton County and Montgomery County and is maintained by:

- 2012 Kubota Tractor w/tracks pulling an 8'x12' drag
- 2009 Kubota RTV w/tracks pulling a 6'x9' drag
- 2001 Tucker 2000 pulling an 8'x16' drag 
- 2000 Skidoo Skandik pulling a 4'x6' drag.

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