The Town of Long Lake Parks, Recreation and Tourism Department is pleased to announce the New York Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation has approved a grant to offset the cost of trail development, maintenance and grooming 70 miles of snowmobile trails in Long Lake and Raquette Lake. This year’s grant award is $43,980.
This year, $4.3 million is to be made available to municipalities for the maintenance, development and support of approximately 10,500 miles of trail throughout the state. The funding is based upon the fees collected from snowmobile registrations. If there are insufficient registrations to support the total award of funds, an adjustment to the final 30% payment will be made.
Please join the local Moonlighter’s Snowmobile Club and register your sled. Winter has arrived and the trails will be open before you know it. Gear up and get ready. Rev those engines. Safety first!
Also The Town of Long Lake has a new website – to find information on Snowmobile Trail conditions find us under What 2 Do or Calendar of Events to link to information about Snowmobile Events.
Long Lake Winter Carnival is Saturday, January 15th
Raquette Lake Winter Carnival is Saturday, February 19th – Sunday, February 20th.
Winter Wacky Wonderland Week, February 20th – 26th in Long Lake featuring Winter Shorts Theatre Festival, Hip Hop Dance Class, X-C Ski Clinic, Winter Snow Sculpture Building, Long Lake Winter Olympics and lots and lots of Winter Fun!
Come on! Bring the family! We’ll keep you entertained. Small town fun and charm. Escape the rat race and experience Long Lake.