Friday, May 27, 2022


5 Star Sportfishing Charters - 2 Harley Drive, Boyertown, Pa. 19512


web site: Ph: 610-764-6974

Off Shore sportfishing charters - Goft Sportfish, Ocean City Md. Tona, Marlin LLoo


 Lost Sailor Guide Service 12119 Campbelltown Rd, Bishopville, Maryland 21813

Ph: 404-641-6779
Web site: Fish booker
Inshore fishing, Flounder Rockfish, Shark

New Corporate Sponsor

Earl R. Smith Paving
PO Box 33
Sandy Ridge, Pa. 

For all your paving needs.

Ph: 814-342-1995

Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Bridge Painting

Member Jim Doug Conway volunteering his time to stain Black Bear Bridge. Looks fantastic. Thank you Doug.

Monday, May 23, 2022

Youth ATV Training at Carns Equipment

On Saturday, May 21,2022, Snow Shoe Rails to Trails & Carns Equipment held DCNR Youth Certification Training at Carns Equipment in Clearfield. Bob Biggans, Mark Watson, Dwayne Cossar were the certified Trainers. First was the Classroom Training and DCNR Officers from the Black Moshannon Forest participated in this setting explaining where to ride and to have a good time but be safe. They also passed out various maps and literature to everyone.

A meal was provided Snow Shoe Rails to Trails and Carns Equipment to those that attended, parents and anyone else that stopped in.

Thursday, May 19, 2022

Bloody Skillet Work Details

The Snow Shoe Rails to Trails held work details on the Bloody Skillet Trail on May 16, 17, 18, 2022. We volunteer to help work with DCNR to prepare the trail for the opening of atv/utv riding season Memorial Day Weekend.
We had three fun days with various people adding to the work crews each day. Steve Melman of DCNR worked with one crew installing missing mile markers. The other crews were busy cutting trees and tree limbs from trails that were blocking some of the paths. We collected trash each day and this was the least amount of trash ever collected in all the years we have been doing the prep. So, thank you all for taking out what you bring in.
On the third day we were privileged to have Benner and Brooks Tressler help out along with their mom and dad, Angel & Mike Tressler. These boys were busy collecting trash and learning where to cut tree limbs sticking out on the trail. It was awesome having them along.
Barry Kellerman & Seth Fike shut down their business for a day to come and help out. Chuck Kling shut his business down to come and help out as well. We appreciate all the volunteers to come out and help to keep this trail maintained. It is so important to our community and businesses.
We were advised that the switchback will not be graded till after Memorial Day Weekend. So be careful riding it.