Seven Lakes is a family-orientated club with
over 700 family
members giving us a total of roughly1000 individuals. Our principal
in the town of East Wakefield,
New Hampshire in the heart of the Ossipee Valley
Region. Our clubshouse is located at the intersection of
Rte. 153 and Rte 110 on Belleau Blvd behind the Crossroads Tavern and
the Dunn Deal. The Club maintains over 90 miles
of beautiful wooded trails that join four other area clubs allowing
all directions. Our Club is responsible
maintaining sections of NH Corridor Trails 19, 22 and 26.
Corridor 19 begins at the ME/NH border and
extends north to Coos
County. NH corridor Trail 22 goes east and west and
leads sledders through the scenic trails of New Durham, Moose Mountain
and northeast to Ossipee. Corridor 26
allows sledders from the Milton area to
advantage of the trail system that includes the railroad bed to Lake Wentworth,
Wolfeboro and Lake Winnipesaukee. The Club’s trail system, including its seven
lakes, offers spectacular family riding and scenery along with the
having several excellent eateries and gas stations along the way.
The majority of trail
maintenance along with other club work
is accomplished by volunteers. The task
includes trail and bridge building, clearing, signing and grooming, etc. The officers and directors are all volunteers
and receive no compensation for their hard work. We are always seeking
volunteers for all types of activities. While there are age and
requirements for groomer operators there are none for trail work,
building or many other activities.
The Club maintains its trail
system with seven trail
groomers. The newest is a new 2010
Tucker Sno Cat 1000HD. SLSC also owns a
2001 Tucker Sno
Cat 1000. Each of these units tows a
hydraulic 8’X16’ mogul master drag. Two
rollers enhance the trail building in the early season by packing the
snow. In addition to the Tucker Sno
Cats, we have five Ski Doo Skandics
equipped with electric 4’X8’ mogul masters.
These units perform an integral part of our grooming operation
Tucker Sno Cats are unable to access. The groomers are operated
under guidelines as stated in the Groomer
Operator Guidelines and Criteria
For Groomer Personnel
SLSC organizes an annual
Poker Run/Fun Day for all ages and
have experienced quite a turnout over the years. Several
area clubs join in to make the event
a great success for the Poker Run as well as the “groomer games”.
The Club actively supports
the NH Snowmobile Association,
the Easter Seals Camp Sno-Mo and the local fire and rescue departments
donations of rescue equipment.
We constructed a shed for
groomer maintenance and storage
and later added a small addition to store our tools.
Somewhere down the line we would like to add
a clubhouse for meetings, potluck suppers or just to warm up and talk
other snowmobilers. Many times these projects progress slowly as our #1
priority is a good trail system and smooth trails in the winter. When
money and volunteers are available then other projects can be planned.
The Club advocates safety by
conducting a safety course each
year for youngsters age 12 to 16 and others new to the sport of
We urge all snowmobilers to
join a club where they ride to
help support the family sport. Membership
applications are available at most local businesses in the Wakefield area,
the clubhouse and this
website. Remember, if you do not join a
NHSA affiliated club you will pay $30.00 more to register your sled. SLSC is a member of the NHSA.
Join our club.