Community Pride Day is set for Wednesday, May 6, 2015.
All sponsors of at least $30.00, and anyone who contributes towards lunch, will have a one line listing (name only or website only) on the back of the shirts. Anyone contributing $100 or providing more than 50% of the lunch for their town gets their name (with phone # OR website) OR logo on the shirts. If you want to be on the shirts, you must send your contribution, or make your lunch commitment, BEFORE APRIL 7th. Print out the form.
If you have questions or other ideas for the day, let us know:
In Inlet or Eagle Bay, Inlet Information Office @ 315-357-5501, email@example.com
In Old Forge or Thendara, Webb Visitor Center @ 315-369-6983, firstname.lastname@example.org
In Raquette Lake or Long Lake, Long Lake Parks & Rec. @ 518-624-3077, email@example.com
In Indian Lake or Blue Mountain Lake, Indian Lake @ 518-648-5828, firstname.lastname@example.org
In Speculator/Arietta/Morehouse, Speculator Region CoC @ 518-548-4521, email@example.com
Open the pdf: Community Pride Day Sponsorship Form
2-4 inches of new snow overnight and it is still snowing (11:20am Monday, March 2)
Snowmobile trails and cross-country ski trails are all in great condition and the groomers are out on both systems.
At Fern Park the both the ice skating rink and the sledding are ready and in great condition.
For anyone who has yet to purchase a 2014/15 Town of Webb/Inlet Snowmobile Permit: March 7 & 8 will be “free snowmobiling in New York.” New York registration will not be required as long as your snowmobile is registered and insured in another state. AND Town of Webb/Inlet snowmobile permits will not be required on these days.
Also, the Snofest Deal will start Thursday, March 12, 2014. From that day on you will be able to purchase a 2015/16 Webb/Inlet Snowmobile Permit at the Preseason Rate of $65. With this purchase you will get a permit allowing you to ride the rest of the 2014/15 season and a 2015/16 permit will be mailed to you in October, 2015.
Please note: The Inlet Information Office will be closing at 5:00 pm on Friday, March 6, 2015.
In an effort to boost winter tourism Governor Cuomo has announced a free snowmobiling weekend to be held in communities across New York on March 7 and 8 for all out-of-state and Canadian snowmobilers. Registration fees will be waived for properly registered and insured out-of-state snowmobiling enthusiasts wishing to explore New York’s 10,400 miles of trails.
Town of Webb/Inlet permit fees will also be waived March 7-8 for all in-state, out-of-state and Canadian snowmobilers.
Then, if you come back the following weekend, starting March 13, you can purchase next year’s permit at the preseason rate of $65 and continue to ride the rest of this season for free. (NY registration will be required.)
Today is going to be a good day to enjoy some of our winter trails! Trails are groomed and in excellent condition, and the temperature is going to be much warmer today than it will be tomorrow. 21 for the high sounds better than the high of -3 predicted for tomorrow.
The snowmobile trails are in great shape and groomers are out there now doing the best they can to keep them smooth. There is plenty of snow, so they have lots to work with.
Cross-country ski trails at Fern Park, Inlet Golf Course and Limekiln Lake have all been groomed over the last couple days.
Fresh ice was made on the ice skating rink yesterday and the sledding hill was groomed yesterday.
Parks Department is heading out to groom the cross-country ski trails on the Inlet Golf Course now.
Most of the trails at Fern Park have been packed, but the Ralph’s Run and South Loop need one more pass before they are good. Between intersections 23 to 24 to 30 to 17 has not been touched yet.
Ice skating rink is in good condition. Lots of fresh snow on the sledding hill.
Read Darrin’s report from his Tuesday, February 3, 2015 ride here: ilsnow.com
January 10, 2015
The ice skating rink at Fern Park is in good condition.
The sledding hill at Fern Park is in fair to good condition.
The cross-country ski trails at Fern Park are in fair to good condition. The cross-country trails at the Inlet Golf Course are in good condition. Fern Park, Inlet Golf Course and Ralph’s Run towards Limekiln have all been recently groomed.
Snowmobile trails are in fair conditions. Groomers are out working with what we have as best they can.
New snow in the past 24 hours = less than 3 inches.
Applications for the 2015 “Arts in the Park” and Inlet Fall Festival are now online!
2015 “Arts in the Park” Application (Please note that half of the spaces are already reserved – please check the map!)
As of January 5, 2015 we have reached our 10 jeweler quota.
Once you have applied, and receive your acceptance letter, please read the “Important Information You Should Know Prior to Attending” on the back of your acceptance letter.
Yes, the Town of Inlet/Webb Snowmobiles officially opened Monday, December 8, 2014.
The Inlet groomers were out yesterday (Dec. 12). They groomed from The Ole Barn to Eagle Bay and even dumped some snow on the hill along Route 28. This section of trail has no base and is mealy, as it is every year. The inner loop behind the Transfer Station was groomed and so was between the Fire Hall and Deer Meadows. There is not enough base for the groomer to make the trip out to Drake’s yet, nor is there enough for the FX Matt trail to Red Dog Tavern.
The groomer did a trip to Eagle Bay this morning (Dec. 13) and then was stationed at the Fire Hall for the Snowmobile Safety Course.
Don’t forget to check the snocams at www.hamiltoncountychoppers.com