Think SNOW!!!      ** PICNIC on Saturday, August 2 **

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The Maple Summit Snowmobile Club is a small club located near Cranberry Glade Lake in the beautiful Laurel Mountains of Southwestern Pennsylvania. We are responsible for building bridges and maintaining and insuring the trails at Seven Springs to just north of Ohiopyle State Park.



*** It's a PICNIC ***

Saturday, August 2 at 1:00 p.m.

The Maple Summit Snowmobilers are pleased to announce our summer club picnic. We will supply the hamburgers, hot dogs, kielbasa and soft drinks. Covered dishes and/or desserts are welcomed but not necessary.

LOCATION: This year Doug Connolly will be hosting the picnic again at his home located at 2417 Indian Head Road Champion, PA 15622

We will hold our monthly meeting with updated information about the trail system, plans for upcoming trail projects and other snowmobile-related items.

The picnic is open to all club members, potential club members and friends. If you would like more information or directions please contact Todd 412-680-8415.

Please contact Allyson Harcum 412-664-4552 to RSVP whether you plan to attend or not. We would like to plan the food accordingly.

Make plans to attend and Support your local Club. WE WOULD LOVE TO SEE YOU THERE.




August 2, 2014

at the picnic



Our Club's purpose is to promote friendship and good snowmobiling among all riders. Members are encouraged to attend monthly meetings normally held at 7:30 p.m. at Chuck Dewalt's cabin on the first Saturday of every month from September through April.




Charlie Dewalt



Todd Harcum

Vice President

Trail Projects


Ginny Lauffer




Dave McCarty





Allyson Harcum

Social and E-mail Correspondence


Jon Podlesny



Wayne Steyer

Trail Projects



Why should I join the Maple Summit Snowmobilers?

TRAIL WORK will be announced. We are always looking for extra donations and volunteers to help with trail work and equipment maintenance.

The 2014-2015 Season is coming! Reach out to other snowmobilers and get them to support and join the club if they are not already members. Everyone that uses these trails benefits from this club's efforts. These trails are maintained, insured, and paid for from dues and donations the club. Remember that Maple Summitís trail system is maintained by volunteers that make it possible for everyone to have a smooth ride. 

TRAIL MAPS are available for purchase. The cost is $5.00 for members and $10.00 for nonmembers. Send your requests to Dave McCarty, 2533 Harrison City Road, Export, PA 15632, 724-519-7093, or

Membership Renewals for the 2014-2015 season are due by November 1, 2014. You can print an application from the web site. Remember, these trails are insured and maintained privately by local clubs and we need your support. New members are welcome to join at any time!!

Pennsylvania State Snowmobile Association Articles for "The Keystone Snowmobiler" --  Posted 5/5/2009 | Posted 12/1/2008

Club Newsletter:  January 2011

General Membership Meeting Minutes:  March 2011

Laurel Mountain Snowmobile Trail Fund: The Maple Summit, Laurel Highlands, and Rolling Ridge Snowmobile Clubs have started an account with the PA Parks & Forests Foundation to deposit money raised to help improve, maintain, and possibly expand our snowmobile trails in the Laurel Highlands.  Click here for more details.  Click here for donation information.

Snow Angels: Every year during the holiday season our club purchases gifts for the Children's Aid Home Programs of Somerset County. Click here to view some of the new Thank You letters we received.


"Club Keeps Tabs on Trails" ~~ A newspaper article about our club was published in the Sunday, January 14, 2007, edition of the Pittsburgh Tribune-ReviewClick here to view a scanned copy of the actual newspaper article and photos.

This page was last updated on 07/23/2014 by Webmaster Jon Podlesny