Our Most Important Task Each Year

April 29, 2017

Well as April comes to an end we know that the season has defiantly come to an end. One of the most important and rewarding task we do each year is thanking our landowners at our annual landowners dinner. As we are all fully aware that without our landowners, supporting business and our hard working volunteers none of the joy we share in the winter months would be possible. We would also like to thank VAST & Landmak Trust along with all our sponsors for making SNOW FEST 2017 a huge success for us all. We also are thankful for our neighboring clubs DSVJ & Woodford for their support during the season. 


As the season have changed and we turn our attention to warmer weather and summer fun we will hold dear in our memories the fun times and great adventures we all had the pleasure of sharing this season. The gift of the land use provided by each and every landowner throughout our trail system and statewide is a gift that is so very much appreciated by us all. May your spring, summer and fall be filled with joy and happiness and we look forward to seeing you next winter.


                                                                Thank You Landowners


The Jacksonville E-Z Riders Snowmobile Club would like to take this opportunity to publicly thank all the landowners who are gracious enough to allow marked snowmobile trails to cross their property. Obviously without your generosity there would not be the E=Z Riders trail system for our club members and others club members to enjoy.  Our Club will work to maintain contact with the landowners who allow access, show respect for their property, carry in/carry out and abide by the private landowner's wishes and special needs concerning recreational access.


Eighty percent of the 4700-mile state wide trail system in Vermont is on private property! The E-Z Riders has over 80 wonderful landowners and without the generosity of these landowners, and thousands more around the state that makes up the VAST Trail System. Without all of you there would be no trail system for snowmobile enthusiasts in Vermont. So once again we say "Thank You!!"


We would also like to remind everyone that permissions for the snowmobile trails are granted annually for snowmobile use only, and that when the snow is gone, the trail is gone. Please respect the private landowners, and refrain from using what was a snowmobile trail last winter.


Sincerely, The Jacksonville E-Z Riders Snowmobile Club





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