Lake was voted the 2nd Best place in the Country to
be for Nightlife by Snow Goer Magazine 2004, So be
sure to check out our Lake front
Restaurants and Nightlife!!
- 12:00 Noon - 8:00 PM
NO STAMPED/DATED CARDS ACCEPTED AFTER 8:00 PM!!!
- No starting Benefit Fun Run after 6pm.
any ANY Run Location.
card per person - you must be
present to win - Anyone can ride buy you MUST BE 18 to Play!!
- Benefit Fun Run
card dealer is ineligible to play.
Cards are Drawn at the Host when you finish
Card Minimum, 8 Card
announced at 8pm
for the Worst Hand Paid
Best 5 Cards are YOUR Playing Hand
at any HOST or STOP to get a Stamp, You must have 5
Stamps for a Poker Hand, but you Do Not NEED to Stop
at every STOP or HOST to play. Stamps MUST be Dated
is $15.00/ rider - 5$ is donated
to the host's charity
Pay When you Pick Up
for First Place
for 2nd Place
for 3rd Place
Local and New York State Laws and Park Rules
and Regulations Apply!
Fun and ride SAFELY - at your own risk!
of Poker Hands
Great Sacandaga Lake
Snowmobile Fun Run Schedule
To Benefit local Charities
You will be sharing the
trail with other users no matter where you ride. They
may be other snowmobilers, grooming equipment, other
recreational users, road users if the trail is on a
road, and, most definitely, wildlife. Most, if not
all, will have just as much right to the trail as you
do. How you approach their presence makes a great deal
of difference in how safe the trail is for everyone.
Stay to the Right
Yield to other traffic when
Be aware of faster riders
overtaking you from behind. Let them pass.
Never block an intersection.
Never stop side-by-side
on a trail.
Never stop in the middle
of a trail.
Yield to trail groomers.
When encountering automobiles
and trucks on shared-use roads, stay to the right,
go slow, use the kneeling or standing position to be
more easily seen, and always yield to the vehicle.
Be polite to other trail
users: remember that you are an ambassador for your
When you encounter skiers
or snow walkers, slow down to the minimum to maintain
forward motion. When you encounter dogsleds or horseback
riders, slow to a crawl, and yield the way.
If you encounter ATV's or
motorcycles, remember that they do not have the control
and maneuverability of a snowmobile, and must be given
lots of room.
If you are lucky enough
to encounter wildlife on the trail, slow way down or
stop entirely so as not to alarm the animals. You'll
get a better look that way. Never chase or harass wildlife.
No matter who you meet on
the trail, ride sharefully. It protects your right
Courtesy of www.adirondacks.com
January 19, 2013
Terry "Red" Legere Memorial
Lodge on the Lake
113 Vunk Road - Broadalbin
Sport Island Pub
108 Riveside Blvd - Northville, NY
To benefit the Mayfield Servicemen's Club
Vandenburg Point Road
the Fred Dake Memorial
American Heart Association
771 North Shore Road, Edinburg, NY
benefit the Sacandaga Protection Committee
762 South Shore Road, Edinburg NY
in front of the Lanzis
on the Lake at
benefit Zack Sobie
Old Trail Inn
232 N Shore Rd, Hadley, NY