Fletcher RoughRiders Snowmobile Club
What we Do
We manage 48 miles of snowmobile trails in Fletcher, Fairfax, Fairfield, Bakersfield and Cambridge.
Our grooming equipment includes a 2002 Tucker Terra 2000, 2 drags, one roller and about 1,200 stakes.
Who we Are
Founded in 1972, the Fletcher Rough Riders Snowmobile Club maintains 48 miles of trails in Franklin County. We typically have over 200 members and are part of the Vermont Association of Snow Travelers (VAST). All volunteer labor builds and maintains our trail system and our grooming equipment.
When we Meet
Monthly meetings are held the third Thursday of the month September through May at the Fletcher Union Meeting House at 7:00PM.
Directors and Officer election are held in September of each year.
Just like all our meetings, they are held at the Fletcher Union Meeting House (aka the Grange) on Cambridge Road at 7:00 PM. Agenda items will include planning trail signing, Tucker and drag maintenance and working on a grooming schedule. All are welcome to join.read more
Our third work day will be Saturday October 20th. We will meet at 8:00 AM at the Fletcher Union Meeting House on Cambridge Road. We will be working on our 8th and final bridge for the year off the Fletcher Road in Fairfax. TMA renewal forms will be mailed soon. TMA’s...read more
TMA's will be available at the Fletcher General Store starting Saturday November 25th--big thanks to Nancy and Tony Cardinal for agreeing to sell them for us. We are hosting a TMA Sale Day also at the Fletcher General Store Saturday December 9th with club members...read more
Sign up to volunteer today and help us make the trails that you use even better! Once you sign up, we’ll be in touch before our next work day. You can also call Mike at 802-849-2995 about volunteering. We do not need help with grooming operations at this time.