11:00 a.m – 3:00 p.m.
Come enjoy a fun filled day on 30 beautiful acres at the oldest home & barns in Whitingham VT built in 1802. We invite you to the Jacksonville EZ Riders Snowmobile Club’s ”SNOW FEST”. Great food, music, snow games, groomer rides and lots more. Our raffle will have a host of amazing prizes that you can find listed on our web site. Our trails at WM-8 where the event will be held reciprocate with the Massachusetts SAM Trail at this location which allows riders from MA to ride on this section of trails into the event. We will also be raising money and food for our local food bank. Polaris is providing new 2018 snowmobiles for demo rides and the winning Pro Snow Cross race team from Team South Side will be there showing their skills on our test track with posters & stickers for the kids. We also will have Hunter’s Recreational there with the Timbersled Snow Bikes and 2018 Ski Doo. Join us for a fun filled day we hope to see you there so please save the date & Think Snow
We can not remember that last Snowmobile Raffle that had this many prizes. Your support would be greatly appreciated and it only take $5.00. This can be done by mail and we welcome you support. The below listed sponsors will be providing prizes for our raffle drawing at the EZ RIDERS SNOW FEST being held February 3, 2018 at 1009 Saddada Road, Whitingham VT. The raffle will be held at 3:00 PM and you do not have to be present to win. Raffle tickets can be purchased the following ways. Tickets prices are as follows, 5.00 one ticket, 6 for $20.00 or 15 for $50.00. You can purchase tickets by mailing your money order, check or cash to Jacksonville EZ Riders, PO Box 432, Jacksonville VT, 05342. Please provide your full name, address, phone number and e mail if you have one. Tickets can also be purchased at the following locations in Jacksonville, Cherry Creek Sales, Jacksonville General Store, 1st Stop Gas Station & Store. All winners will be announced and contacted if not present at the time of the drawing the following day and also listed on our web site. If you are purchasing your tickets by mail you will be contacted with your raffle ticket numbers. Tickets by mail must be in 2/02/18. A complete list of raffle sponsors can be found below. ONLY $5.00
Rain, fog, and temps reported 54-58 degrees! The trails took a big hit with the pouring arctic-CATS and Ski-DOGS most of the day……….
but Mother nature is expected to turn cold again and we are doing the snow dance for the predictions next week. Hopefully all the snowmobilers will wait for that snow before heading out on the trails.
Location: The Nutmeg Inn
153 W. Main St., Wilmington, VT
Cash Bar – Wine and Beer
It’s going to be a frigid Sat., but you can ride to the Inn – following the Valley Trail through Chimney Hill toward Nido’s Gas Station.
Time and Place to be determined
JENN’s hours at the Southern Deerfield Valley Chamber of Commerce, Wilmington, Rte 9West – Main St.
Thurs. 12/14/17 – 9:00 am. – 4:00 pm.
Fri. 12/15/17 – 9:00 am. – 5:00 pm.
Sat. 12/16/17 -9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sun. 12/17/17 – 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
FAT CITY MOTOR WORX – Rte 100 North – 75 N. Main St, (802-464-2891)
Thurs – Sat. 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Snowmobile clubs with enough snow will open soon. Check the VAST Website for the clubs that have opened their trails at
This page shows the entire VAST trail system once you scroll toward the bottom which gives general conditions, and other trail information. The right sided menu has filters for a specific county or club so that you can narrow the trail map to a specific section. The map layers that you select will add onto the map items like intersection numbers, route numbers, parking areas, etc., and you can also choose the layers to identify gas, restaurants, lodging, etc. for your ride. VAST has done a fantastic job for a state wide map and this now allows clubs to post up to date information about trail conditions, closures, and any other specific information. So get your self familiar with this interactive VAST Map!
SNOWMOBILERS!!! -On Tuesday Deerfield Valley received 10-15 iches of fluffy light snow but not enough to pack down. The wind of course means lots of blow downs which makes the trails impassable. The club will be going out in the weeks ahead to clear the trails (we had to stay out of the woods this past month due to hunting season).
We need additional snow to get the groomers out to track pack. We will post more information as we can and appreciate all the enthusiasm and excitment to get out on the trails but safety is always the first! Stay tuned for the trail updates
Come out – Dec. 2nd at the groomer barn
The December 2, 2017 meeting will be held at Layla’s Riverside Lodge beginning 6:00 p.m. It is a BYOP event so bring along your favorite drink! Dinner will start at
6:00 pm and meeting to begin about
At the DVSJ Snowmobile Club November meeting, the board voted to have the annual Christmas Party BUT unfortnuately we have to postpone the event due to logistics and the costs. DVSJ remains committed to our members and most importantly our valued landowners.
In place of the annual Christmas Party the board voted to hold an event after the New Year to kick off the snowmobile season with hopes to get more members in attendance.
We apologize to those that were looking foward to the annual Christmas Party, and hopefully this new idea will make it up to you!
As always – thank you for your continued support of DVSJ Snowmobile Club!