Offered on Friday, April 28, at the Lake Placid Conference Center.
Prerequisite: Instructor candidates must have taken a Snowmobile Safety Course themselves. Anyone interested in becoming a Snowmobile Safety Course Instructor must pre-register using the form in this packet, not online (mail to OPRHP).
This certification class may be substituted for one of the two course assists normally required. An exception to this is if someone qualifies, attends and passes the certification course and also is a school teacher, that person would be certified upon completion of this class. There will be an open book exam at the end of the class.
Please refer any questions to the NYS OPRHP Snowmobile Unit, at (518) 474-0446 or
President’s Award (criteria to be determined by the President) email the president:
Dear Clubs and Members:
We at NYSSA would like to give recognition to the hard working individuals who make up your club.Our way of doing this is by offering a variety of awards. There are many clubs throughout New York State and with their volunteerism and hard work, they make snowmobiling a safe and fun sport.
Applications for the awards may be printed from the links above.Applications are due by March 1. These awards will be presented at the NYSSA Awards Luncheon on Saturday, April 29 in Lake Placid.
The NYSSA Award Recipients are sent on to ACSA for consideration for their awards.Below are ideas to make the Awards Applications more competitive and meet ACSA standards.
Include bullet statements of accomplishments referenced back to the question on the form (show “supporting documentation” for the statements made.No supporting info means little in the ranking).
Letters of recommendation/commendationfrom community sources, whether state or local government, fire dept., rescue squad, business, sponsors, charities,and non-snowmobile sources (testimonials to achievements).
Copies of newspaper articles or other media, club newsletter articles,items that especially promote snowmobiling in your area.
Need to show cause and effect, like – “sponsored a charitable fundraiser and – raised X dollars”.
Lists of activities, whether snowmobile or non-snowmobile related, charities, donations, how do you “market” your club.
1 Antique 1968 and Older (Original)
2 Antique 1968 and Older (Restored)
3 Trail Sled 1969-1985 (Original)
4 Trail Sled 1969-1985 (Restored)
5 Trail Muscle – All Years (Original)
6 Trail Muscle – All Years (Restored)
7 Factory Race Sled 1983 & Older
8 Active Race Sled 1986 & Older
9 Custom Class – Any Year
10 Most Unique
11 Cutter Class
12 Mini Sled Class
13 Forgotten Wonders
14 Delegates Class
15 Farthest Traveled
16 Best of Show
17 People’s Choice
The New York State Snowmobile Association will be holding their Annual Vintage Sled show during the 2017 SLEDNY Educational Forum at the 1924 Ice Arena, connected to the Convention Center at Lake Placid.
2017 NYSSA VINTAGE SLED SHOW: BIGGER AND BETTER!
Sled registration is $5.00 with a $20 maximum for an unlimited number of sleds.
Sleds cannot be registered in multiple classes.
Friday Sled Unload Times: Between the hours of 12:00 pm and 5:00 pm.
Saturday Sled Unload Times: Between the hours of 7:00 am and 10:00 am.
Open parking for trailers only will be on the outdoor skating rink.
Saturday Registration Opens: 8:30 am
NEW: Saturday Sled Judging will begin as soon as the sleds enter the complex.
Awards will be announced at the Awards Luncheon on Saturday – Lunch tickets sold separately.
Please bring your own tables and chairs. There is a charge to rent tables and chairs from the Convention Center.
Sleds delivered on Friday will be locked inside the convention center for the evening. Security will be onsite for the duration of the event.
Lodging and meals are available at an additional cost.
Hotel rooms are available at a reduced rate —
Deals at the Golden Arrow, the Art Devlin or the Hampton Inn and Suites.
For questions or special arrangements contact .
NOTE: Due to fire codes, please be sure that all sleds have very little fuel in them. (Empty is best).
No full tanks.
Please be sure to wheel all sleds across the floors at all times.