Lewis County ATV Trail System

Lewis County ATV Trail System Over 84 miles of off road trails and 450 miles of seasonal roads open to OHV's (Dirt Bikes, ATV and UTVs). Beautiful scenic with areas to ride, park and play.
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Come visit us! ATV Recreational Trail System

Operating as usual

03/24/2021
Black River Valley Riders of Carthage

Black River Valley Riders of Carthage

First Club meeting of the year!! March 25th 6:00pm at Tuggers in Barnes Corners. Come on out, don’t be shy, we always have a great time. See you there

Still lots of snow, trails are not open yet
03/23/2021

Still lots of snow, trails are not open yet

03/22/2021

The Permits are at the points of sale. Permits will be sold at Kovach Repair and Snowmobile Rental, Waite Motorsports LLC, Flat Rock Inn and The Edge Hotel. REMINDER it is the same online permit application but each site has an iPad to help with the application and you receive your sticker and map directly. The 3 Day passes are an online application ONLY and your receipt is your 3 Day Pass. Carry it with you when you ride and there is a code on the bottom that can be turned in at the point of sales for a free map. All annual Permits come with a free map.

03/20/2021

Trails open in April based on conditions. We will post as they open but hope for a dry warm spring!

Lewis County ATV Trail System
03/17/2021

Lewis County ATV Trail System

Permit sales go live March 18th https://www.lewiscounty.org/departments/recreation-forestry-and-parks/recreation-forestr...
03/17/2021
Lewis County, New York- Recreation Forestry and Parks

Permit sales go live March 18th https://www.lewiscounty.org/departments/recreation-forestry-and-parks/recreation-forestry-and-parks?fbclid=IwAR39nkjbQ88QZ-ArIMRJNqOrLM82yF-1fXMK3rT0nc8NLKJQxgJBQOEkez4
REMEMBER TO CLEAR YOUR COOKIES AND CACHE BEFORE YOU START SO YOU DO NOT HAVE ISSUES SUBMITTING!

The annual Lewis County OHV Permit is $65 for the first OHV, with a $20 discount if you are a member of a local OHV Club with an active Trail Agreement Club membership can be purchased with the permit or proof of your club membership must be uploaded). Any additional OHV permits registered to the sa...

03/15/2021

The PERMIT SALES go live on Thursday!

02/26/2021

The Permit website will go live in mid March after the new maps are delivered.

Lewis County ATV Trail System's cover photo
02/26/2021

Lewis County ATV Trail System's cover photo

02/24/2021
Barnes Corners Sno-Pals

Barnes Corners Sno-Pals

Update for SNIRT 2021
Due to the safety regulations with public gatherings and the health and safety of area businesses, riders and our members, there are no plans being made for SNIRT Run at this time. We will post when plans are being made for the next SNIRT Run.

Naturally Lewis
02/15/2021

Naturally Lewis

The Tug Hill region is known for snow, as national weather data shows it is the snowiest place east of the Rocky Mountains. The snow and extensive trail network, enabled by landowners and local governments who willingly allow trails on property with no compensation, has created a strong winter economy reliant on snowmobiling. By quantifying the significance of snowmobiling activity, the partners will be better able to communicate the impacts of the sport on the local economy to local residents, landowners, local governments and New York State. Long term, the group hopes to help make Tug Hill an even more appealing destination to help bolster local spending and growth of existing and new businesses.

JCC students will soon be at high-traffic locations throughout the four-county area interviewing snowmobilers on a variety of aspects of the popular winter sport. There is also an opportunity for snowmobilers to take the survey online starting Monday, February 15 at www.surveymonkey.com/r/LCTHRSNOW2021.

Learn More → https://naturallylewis.com/news/tug-hill-partners-kick-off-snowmobile-economic-impact-study

EMPIRE STATE DEVELOPMENT ANNOUNCES “RAISING THE BAR” RESTAURANT RECOVERY FUND More Than $3 Million in Grant Funding Avai...
01/08/2021
Raising the Bar Restaurant Recovery Fund | Empire State Development

EMPIRE STATE DEVELOPMENT ANNOUNCES “RAISING THE BAR” RESTAURANT RECOVERY FUND

More Than $3 Million in Grant Funding Available through Financial Support Led by Diageo North America and Supported by Coastal Pacific Wine & Spirits, and implemented by the National Development Council
Eligible Restaurants Can Receive up to $5,000 to Assist with COVID-19 Safety Measures.

. For more information visit the ESD website at https://esd.ny.gov/raising-bar-restaurant-recovery-fund. Applications will begin to be accepted on Jan. 11, 2021.

In an effort to support small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Raising the Bar Restaurant Recovery Fund offers ​approximately $3 million in reimbursement grants for up to $5,000 to eligible businesses. The program is intended to support full-service restaurants – the industry hit har...

It’s that time of year...we are updating the map. If you would like to advertise, you need to contact the Lewis County C...
12/22/2020

It’s that time of year...we are updating the map. If you would like to advertise, you need to contact the Lewis County Chamber of Commerce. Prices will remain the same as last years rates and must be submitted by January 31st

The poles for the new walking bridge at Singing Waters have been placed. Any volunteers that have time next week to do t...
10/15/2020

The poles for the new walking bridge at Singing Waters have been placed. Any volunteers that have time next week to do the decking would be greatly appreciated. Crew will be there from 7 am to 3 pm Monday to Thursday. Come check it out 7273 Fish Creek Road in Greig

Thank you for a wonderful season! You still have two weeks to get your 2021 permits before the website is shut down for ...
10/13/2020

Thank you for a wonderful season! You still have two weeks to get your 2021 permits before the website is shut down for the season.

10/04/2020

Could you please post that we are looking to return a ring found at tabolt's corner parking area to the owners. Ring has four names engraved on it.

They have been found!
09/30/2020

They have been found!

UPDATE: The New York State Missing Child Alert on behalf of the Jefferson County Sheriffs Office for BREE SHULTZ is now cancelled as of 10:01 am on September 30, 2020. No further details were provided at this time but we will update when additional information is received.

From Jefferson County Sheriff's Office:
Missing/Endangered Teens – Attempt to Locate

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is attempting to locate Bree L. Shultz, 14, of Cape Vincent, and Jacob T. House, 17, of Natural Bridge. Shultz and House were last seen early this morning in Natural Bridge operating a 2000 Honda Recon 250 ATV, color olive green, NY registration 93JA56. Neither were dressed for weather conditions and their whereabouts are currently unknown. Their disappearance appears intentional and they may be in the Natural Bridge, Harrisville or Carthage area. JCSO ATV and road patrols have been actively searching the area with the assistance of the New York State Police, NYS Forest Rangers, NYS Department of Environmental Conservation Police, Natural Bridge Fire Department, Lewis County Sheriff’s Office, and Carthage Police. If you have any information on their whereabouts please contact Jefferson County dispatch at 315-786-2601, reference file 20S012983.

https://linkinglewiscounty.com/002009/JCSO-Missing-Endangered-Teens-Attempt-to-Locate.html

09/21/2020

TRAILS CLOSE OCTOBER 13th, it’s always the Tuesday after Columbus weekend. Remember some trails close earlier at the landowner request. Respect our landowners!

That in compliance with Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order 205, issued June 25, 2020 if traveling from a state with a posi...
09/09/2020
COVID-19 Travel Advisory

That in compliance with Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order 205, issued June 25, 2020 if traveling from a state with a positive test rate higher than 10 per 100,000 residents, or higher than a 10% test positivity rate, over a seven day rolling average, will be required to quarantine for a period of 14 days consistent with Department of Health regulations for quarantine.

Further information on the current restricted states can be found in the following link.
https://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/covid-19-travel-advisory?gclid=CjwKCAjwi_b3BRAGEiwAemPNUwbamLjI90JBrw9XtV4jwFIfA7CSJYzVvX_S_CrF9sTnD3r3JVTUMRoCtWcQAvD_BwE

Call the Hotline: 1-888-364-3065 or Ask a Question | Travel Advisory in Place for Individuals Traveling From States with Significant Community Spread of COVID-19.

The 2021 stickers have arrived. Remember that if you purchase your permit on September 8th or later you get the 2021 sti...
09/03/2020

The 2021 stickers have arrived. Remember that if you purchase your permit on September 8th or later you get the 2021 sticker so that we do not have to mail it to you next year.

Area J has closed for hunting season at the landowners request. Please respect our landowners.
09/01/2020

Area J has closed for hunting season at the landowners request. Please respect our landowners.

The trails off French Settlement Road in the Town of Diana are closed for the season
09/01/2020

The trails off French Settlement Road in the Town of Diana are closed for the season

This is distraction of property, the loss of forage for a farmers animals and a reason that trails get closed! Ride resp...
08/23/2020

This is distraction of property, the loss of forage for a farmers animals and a reason that trails get closed! Ride respectfully! Stay on designated trails!

Tug Hill Adirondack ATV Association helping out on trail maintenance
08/19/2020

Tug Hill Adirondack ATV Association helping out on trail maintenance

The Trail on French Settlement Road in the Town of Diana will be closing August 31st.
08/12/2020

The Trail on French Settlement Road in the Town of Diana will be closing August 31st.

When a landowner contacts you and is upset that someone stole his apples, it impacts our trails and future trail access....
08/12/2020

When a landowner contacts you and is upset that someone stole his apples, it impacts our trails and future trail access. PLEASE RESPECT OUR LANDOWNERS. I had two contact me this week. One over the theft of his apples and one over the theft of his corn. Ride respectfully and the trails are for just that, riding, not helping yourself to their crops and property.

With the rain, comes plugged culverts. #LewisCountyTrailCrew
08/05/2020

With the rain, comes plugged culverts. #LewisCountyTrailCrew

Lots of work going on at Singing Waters. #LewisCountyNY
07/30/2020

Lots of work going on at Singing Waters. #LewisCountyNY

Tug Hill Hideaway
07/27/2020

Tug Hill Hideaway

We congratulate the new owner, Kevin, who received the key of success from the exiting owners. A soft opening took place on Friday and The Hideaway is open today. Come say hello to Kevin. Current hours are Friday at 4 PM, Sat & Sun open at noon. Today's specials; Open Face Prime Rib and Shaved Prime Rib sandwich.

Online permit, 3 day pass and map purchase are available at https://www.lewiscounty.org/departments/recreation-forestry-...
07/24/2020
Lewis County, New York- Recreation Forestry and Parks

Online permit, 3 day pass and map purchase are available at https://www.lewiscounty.org/departments/recreation-forestry-and-parks/recreation-forestry-and-parks

The annual Lewis County OHV Permit is $65 for the first OHV, with a $20 discount if you are a member of a local OHV Club with an active Trail Agreement Club membership can be purchased with the permit or proof of your club membership must be uploaded). Any additional OHV permits registered to the sa...

St Lawrence Trails
07/23/2020

St Lawrence Trails

I am getting reports from the local Towns regarding damaged and plugged culverts from ATVs and OHVs playing in their dit...
07/22/2020

I am getting reports from the local Towns regarding damaged and plugged culverts from ATVs and OHVs playing in their ditches. Please STAY ON THE HIGHWAY. We do not want to lose access to these roads because you want to play in the ditches. Respect the town roads, respect other riders and our trail system. We have reached out to the Towns and will be providing signs and hoping it will help.

Singing Waters is going great, best crew ever! Lots of hard, hot work! #LewisCountyNY
07/21/2020

Singing Waters is going great, best crew ever! Lots of hard, hot work! #LewisCountyNY

It applies everywhere
07/19/2020

It applies everywhere

In response to community concerns about increasing amounts of litter left behind by visitors to New York's natural areas, DEC would like to remind outdoor adventurers to follow the principles of #LeaveNoTrace. DEC is receiving increased reports of visitors leaving trash behind after trips to State lands, waters, and facilities, particularly in the Adirondack Park and the Catskills.

More info: https://www.dec.ny.gov/press/120875.html

07/15/2020

Address

7660 North State Street
Lowville, NY
13367

General information

Riding is allowed from sunrise to sunset on the off road trails with a three day pass or permit. Trails may close at any time due to landowner requests and maintenance. Please ride with caution, conditions may be affected by weather and traffic.

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OHV Recreational Trail System

The annual Lewis County Trail Permit is $65 for the first Off Highway Vehicle (OHV- dirt bike, ATV and UTV), with a $20 discount if you are a member of a local Clubs with an active Trail Agreement. Club membership can be purchased with the permit or proof of your club membership must be uploaded. Any additional OHV permits registered to the same household are $20 per OHV (Copies of insurance must be uploaded to prove same address).

3-day pass (three consecutive days) is $20 per OHV

If you have any issues or concerns, please contact the Lewis County Clerks Office at (315) 376-5333 or contact them via email at [email protected]

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