Due to this past weeks warm weather and rain, the snowmobile trails in Standish are closed. Please respect our landowners property who graciously allow us to use their land and stay off the trials with snowmobiles and ATV's. We will provide updates on this website and other social media pending the outcome of the storm today and others throughout the rest of the season. We appreciated everyone's cooperation!
If you would like to invite others to ride or are looking to find others who are planning to ride, check out this blog on the News page of our website www.standishsnoseekers.com. You can make a comment to start a new post within the blog or reply to other peoples posts. You will receive an email if others reply to your comment.
The club received a call from a landowner in the area of Oak Hill/Job Road. People are riding across the property and not following the posted signs. This is a major route in the middle our trail system. If we lose this trail, we lose access to Sebago Lake, Windham, Gorham, Buxton, Whistle Stop, Watchic Lake, Steep Falls, etc. Please respect our landowners, without them, we would not have a trail system (state wide!) Riding on their property is NOT a right, it is a privilege.
Our grooming team has been out for the last two days and nights grooming all of the trails in Standish after the 'Blizzard' on Saturday. The trails are in excellent condition as you can see in this picture from Sunday night. Get out and ride folks, there is another storm coming at the end of the week! Please visit our online store to support this effort by purchasing your club membership and/or making a donation to our trail fund. Have fun, ride safe!
All trails are open, have been groomed within the past week, and are in good condition. Expecting 12-18" of snow tomorrow (according to the weather reports), which could add significant snow depth. Get out and ride the powder and we will return to grooming next week after the trails have been ridden. Have fun, ride safe!
Standish trails are open, although we advise riding with caution. Several icy, thin spots and some water holes. Groomed from whistle stop to Town Hall, and from Johnson Field to Route 237. All other areas are very thin. Think snow!
We will be having a club meeting this Tuesday 12/14 at the Standish Town Hall at 6:30 PM in the Sebago Lake Room. Please come and find out about all of the really cool stuff that has been done over the past year including a new groomer barn/clubhouse, new grooming equipment and trail maintenance work. You can sign up for your 2021-2022 membership at the meeting or using our online store. Hope to see you there!
Sign up for your snowmobile club membership with the Standish Sno-Seekers this weekend to save $5.00. Includes a free trail map and full MSA Benefits. Sale ends Monday 11/1/21. You can sign up using our online store at www.standishsnoseekers.com
Hi folks, last chance to save $5.00 on your Standish Sno-Seekers club membership. Go to our online store on the website and purchase yours before the end of the month. While you are there, consider donating to our trail fund! See you all on the trails soon! www.standishsnoseekers.com
Hi folks, it's that time of year where we offer five bucks off of our snowmobile club member ship rates. The sale runs from now until October 30th. You can go to our website Store to purchase them online, download the application on the About page or see any club member for an application, and mail your check with the application to the address listed on the contact page. Please encourage your snowmobile friends, family and neighbors to join the club as well! Trail and equipment improvements are all contingent upon this funding along with matching support from the State of Maine. Check the website and be sure to follow us on social media for updates on club meetings, events and trail conditions. www.standishsnoseekers.com
Standish Sno-Seekers Snowmobile Club