One of the original and oldest clubs in the county, was incorporated in 1972. Early records show 20 to 30 members, with many being families. Activities and interests included hot dog roasts and family rides from a member's camp on a Sunday afternoon with downhill sledding for the children. As more people began riding snowmobiles, the club saw a need for trail development to assure landowner permission for use of their property. Bridges needed to be built and trails needed to be marked. Because there was no New York State trail Fund at that time the club held pancake breakfasts and raffles to raise money for materials needed.