FAQs

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How Can I Make a Donation to SVSR?

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Easy! Just go to our Donate page. Thank you for supporting us!

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Does the Club Need Volunteers to Help With Trails or Fundraising?

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YES! We are always looking for new volunteers to help with trail work, events, and fundraising year-round.

Many of our volunteers put in a lot of hours, some as much as 40+ hours a week during the snowmobile season! So having a new volunteer take an hour or two here and there is an enormous help!

We are currently looking for an event coordinator, safety course instructors, sweatshirt sales and ordering but if you cannot commit to taking on a particular task that's ok too! We are always looking for help in any form.

We currently have a full volunteer list for grooming.

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Since I Joined the Club Am I Allowed to Attend the Club Meetings?

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YES! Not only are you allowed to attend but as a member you are also entitled to vote.

From our Bylaws...

"ARTICLE II – Membership

Section 3:  Each member shall be entitled to one vote."

We strongly encourage all members to attend the meetings whenever possible!

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Where Can I Buy a Trail Map?

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Trail maps can be found at Arnie’s Auto Repair, White Buffalo Trading Post, Barnstead Motorsports, Barton Lumber, Blueberry Station and Bosco Bell in Barnstead, in Pittsfield at Sanel Auto Parts, and in Epsom at Bickford Motor Sports. Alternatively, you can always come to one of our club meetings and pick one up and meet some of the members.

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I Joined the Club But I am Not Receiving the Newsletter

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If you are not receiving the newsletter please contact us so we can add you to the newsletter list.

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When and Where are the Club’s Meetings?

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Meetings are held the first Wednesday of the month from September through April at 7:00pm at the Barnstead Parade Fire Station in Barnstead.

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Are ATV’s and Dirtbikes Allowed on the Trails?

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NO! The trails we maintain in the Pittsfield and Barnstead area are only approved for snowmobiles! Please respect the fact that we work with over 125 private landowners, each of them has generously allowed snowmobilers to use their land. Fish & Game patrols these trails and if anyone is caught on the trail system using an ATV or dirtbike that is not the landowner or has written permission on them at the time they are subject to fines and possible trespassing violations.

One of the main reasons why trails are closed is because of the use of ATV's and dirtbikes on the snowmobile trails. If just a single landowner closes their land it will make the trails on nearby land useless and will result in the closure of many miles of snowmobile trails and will take the club weeks to work with nearby landowners, clearing trees and brush, signage and trail map changes to re-route the trail around the closed property.

Remember, registering your OHRV does not give you the right to drive it wherever you want. We understand there aren't many places to drive an ATV or dirtbike. Your best bet is to get WRITTEN landowner permission for the areas you want to ride and always keep those written permissions with you while riding!

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How Can I Join The Suncook Valley Sno Riders?

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Joining SVSR is easy! You can join on our website, at a local OHRV registration location or by US Mail. Click Here for a complete list of ways to join the club!