Waumbek Methna Snowmobile Club

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Club Officers


President –Gil Finch

Vice President – Jim Riendeau

Treasurer – Joyce McGee

Secretary – Lisa Riendeau

Membership Director-

Sherry Finch

Trail Administrator –

Bruce Cameron

Trail Master - Jeff Heath

Sign Master –

Marty Cameron

JR. Sign Masters-

Hunter Heath

Owen Riendeau

Reporter – Debbie Dubois

Web-Master – 

Sherry Finch

Lisa Riendeau


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WMSC Annual Hatch Camp (Waumbek Methna Camp) Cookout

is this sunday  March 17, 2019

We will be serving Hot Dogs from 12pm to 2pm

Hope you can stop by and visit with us

(Located at the intersection of trails 12A & 116)(Jct 600 on Waumbeks Trail map)





Waumbek Methna Snowmobile Club

Steak Feed/ Poker Run


Sunday  February 17, 2019 


We had a great turnout for our Event!!


We are so fortunate to have so many local businesses and individuals that donate items to be used as prizes.

Thank you so much for your support!







Club Meeting Dates

Have been set for the 2018/2019 season


Held at the club house at 6pm

followed by a potluck supper

October 14, 2018 

November 4th & 18th 2018

December 2nd & 16th 2018

January 13th & 27th 2019

February 10th & 24th 2019

March 10th & 24th 2019

April 7th 2019




The Waumbek Methna Clubhouse Kitchen

will be opening January 5th, 2019

from 7am to 2 pm

Saturdays only

Come and visit and enjoy some of Maries home cooking.




Our Club House is located on Route 2 (116 Presidential Highway) Jefferson, NH also accessible from Corridor 5 Trail.

The trails map will be available for sale at the Old Corner Store, the club house, and other locations in town.


Trail Conditions
The snow is starting to pile up, it's time to get some riding in. Where to go? Trail conditions are posted weekly by the NH Bureau of Trails. You can always find a link to trail conditions at NHSA.COM, too.

NHSA Trail Guide
The official NHSA Trail Guide is being distributed to clubs and local businesses next week. It offers a birds-eye view of all the major trails in the state as well as a list of business supporters that are ready to assist you. The online map has also been updated and ready to help plan your next trip.

Club Trail Maps
If you want a club trail map you need to contact the clubs directly. Many are sold at local stores.

Annual "Let It Snow" Dance
Hosted by the NHSA Easter Seals Ride-In Committee, this kick-off dance is another fun fundraiser for the kids at Camp Sno-Mo on Saturday, January 12, starting at 6pm. A $5 cover includes the buffet and music by Stolen Thunder. Join us at the Tap Public House, 930 Laconia Rd Belmont, NH 03220.

NHSA Ride-In
Speaking of the Ride-In. The main snowmobile event of winter is the Ride-In. Mark your calendars for Monte Carlo Nights, February 1, 2 & 3. Check out the SCHEDULE of events and make RESERVATION now.
NHSA Event Calendar
Additional NHSA and club events are posted at our online calendar and in the club news section of the Sno-Traveler.

Get The Registration Discount Voucher
If you want to get the $30 per sled discount you need to join a club and get a NHSA Voucher before registering your sled in order to get the discount. LEARN HOW.

Manage Your Online Account
If you joined using the NHSA Club Membership Sales Website then you can log in at any time and update your contact information or print a voucher. Want to get the Sno-Traveler? Make sure your membership is current and your mailing address is correct.

NHSA Poll: Hand Signals
Do you use snowmobile hand signals? A recent online story about the new NH Fish & Game Law Enforcement "Hands On" program asking riders to keep both hands on the handlebars has got the snowmobile community talking. Let us know what you think at the NHSA poll. Vote Now!

More On Free Weekend: Update
A new story "What Happened to NH Free Snowmobile Weekend?" sheds additional light on exactly what happened with the Free Snowmobile Weekend (aka reciprocal weekend). This article offers far more information than the first.

Study Reveals Health Benefits of Snowmobiling
As if you didn't already know sledding was good for you, a recent study out of Canada proves that snowmobiling is an excellent way to stay in shape. So skip all those trendy diets, get on your sled, and ride!

Top 10 Stories of 2018
Happy New Year! What were the most read snowmobile stories over the past 12 months? Here are the best sledding stories at NHSA.com that got the most eyeballs and continue to get hits on a regular basis.

Save The Trails: Stay On The Trails!
Did you know the number one cause of trail closure is because snowmobilers don't stay on the trail? Riding off-trail truly upsets landowners and causes massive headaches for club volunteers. One bad impulse can impact everyone in the state. Fields are off limits, please stay on the trail. Fish and Game Conservation Officers will enforcing trespass and off-trail infractions.

Copyright © 2019 NHSA, All rights reserved.

Dan Gould: Executive Director


Fish & Game Rules Approved
This is a follow-up to the email recently
sent with the subject line Important Membership Information for the 2018-19 Season. The proposed Fish and Game Administrative Rules were approved on 7/19/18 by JLCAR.

Registration Discount Voucher
In summary, the Rules state that the voucher produced by the NHSA Club Membership Portal will be the only document recognized by Fish & Game and Registry Agents for the registration discount.

Inform Club Members
It is important that club members who want the discount have their voucher (with its unique individual number) in hand when they register, either in print, on their phone, or other device.

Contact the NHSA office if you have a question.

Thank you,
Dan Gould
Executive Director

Copyright © 2018 New Hampshire Snowmobile Association, All rights reserved.

Dan Gould: Executive Director

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2018 NHSA Super Raffle Winners



The 2018 NHSA Super Raffle winners were drawn February 2, 2018 at the NHSA Ride-In.

  • First place: David Bushey, 2017 Ski-Doo MX-Z Sport 600 E/S.
  • Second place: Neil Croteau, Blizzard two-place Nor-Easter enclosed trailer.
  • Third place: Mike Malasky, Caliber Ramp Pro Universal Snow and ATV Ramp.

All net proceeds from the NHSA Super Raffle will be donated to grooming funds of the NHSA clubs that participate in the raffle program. Tickets were drawn Sunday, 2/4 at the NHSA Ride-In.

Thank you to HK Powersports, The Trailer Outlet and Caliber Products









WMSC would like to Thank all the volunteers that help repair the Olsen's Bridge.

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Important Membership News

Notice Regarding NHSA Online Membership


Online membership is now available.

Go to NHSA.com to join online




2018/2019 Membership Available July 1,2018 directly from the club


Our club will continue to offer Individual and Family memberships at our current rates.


You can print off an application on our website and mail it to us for processing.



The Waumbek Methna Snowmobile Club extends our sincere appreciation to landowners for their generosity in sharing their land with snowmobilers and other outdoor winter enthusiasts.




 Waumbek Methna Woodshed Project



A great group of volunteers arrived on Sunday November 9th 2014 to help in building our new wood shed for the warming hut. We also replaced the black stove pipe for the wood stove and the hut was cleaned in anticipation of the upcoming snowmobile season.


It was also stocked with wood !


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 WMSC would like to thank each of you for your help.    Looks great!


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Thank you for supporting our club.





Our club was founded in 1979 and has grown from the half-dozen families that made up the core group back then to the 250 families that belong today. Many changes have occurred over the last 35 years, not only with the sport of snowmobiling, but within the club. Grooming equipment has evolved from a converted sidewalk plow to the machines you see on the trails today. Meeting locations have moved from private homes to restaurants and meeting halls, to the present clubhouse. But throughout the purpose of the club has never changed, which is to promote the sport of snowmobiling and make it a safe and enjoyable sport for the entire family.