Hollis NorEasters Scholarship Award: A chance for a young club member.

The Hollis NorEasters award a scholarship to a lucky young member entering their college careers each year. Entries must come from Club Members only. We do not base our choice off academic or athletic accomplishments, but rather contributions to the club and the area trails. 


Click Here for our entry form. (please ignore the entry date for now)

Good Luck!

Pre-Season Cookout: Each Fall, the Hollis NorEasters hold a community cookout. 

Free to all that would like to attend, this event is excellent for family of all ages. Enjoy a walk through of our grooming fleet, fresh pressed apple cider demonstrations, top notch burgers and hot dogs over a charcoal grill, and a swap meet. 

Attendees can learn about the Hollis Trail System and even sign up for club membership. Kids can eat, check out the big machines, and even play in the large field. 

Snowmobile enthusiasts will enjoy learning about grooming and generally just begin drooling over the fact that winter is almost upon us. 

Stay tuned to our Facebook Group or Sign Up For Our Emails in order to receive information regarding our next cookout.

Introductory Snowmobile Rides: The NorEasters like to show you the ropes.

When snow totals and time align, we'll hold introductory rides for new snowmobile riders. These rides are aimed more towards beginners. We take simple routes to some of our points of interest on trail and our scenic view points. 

If you're new to the sport or just new to the area and want to see how to get from Point A to Point B, these rides are for you. 

We generally hold the rides on weekends and they begin and end at Silver Lake State Park. 

​Stay tuned to our Facebook Group or Sign Up For Our Emails in order to receive information regarding our next introductory snowmobile ride.

The Pink RideAn annual benefit ride for St. Joseph Hospital's Breast Care Center. 

This is a snowmobile charity ride started in 2012 by Sue Keough, NorEasters Secretary. The ride takes place in early February. All proceeds go directly to the Hospital in order to buy equipment or help fund care for women's health. 

Businesses are encouraged to donate and individuals are encouraged to gather as many donations as possible and bring them to the ride. 

The snowmobile ride is a scenic loop that begins and ends at Silver Lake State Park. Concluded with lunch provided by the Hollis NorEasters. 

For more information, please visit the Pink Ride Page here on our website. 
"Think Pink - Think Snow"

Upcoming Events: Meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month from Sept - April at the Lawrence Barn - 7 PM.


​​Sun. Nov 12  - Trail Work Location:  Groomer Barn, 304 Silver Lake Rd, Hollis 8:30am till about 1:00pm or 2:00pm
Sat. Nov 18  - Trail Work Location:  Groomer Barn, 304 Silver Lake Rd, Hollis 8:30am till about 11:00am then go to Cookout. 

Sat. Dec. 9 - Snowmobile Safety Class hosted by the Brookline IceBreakers. 9am at Big Bear Lodge, 106 Rt. 13 Brookline, NH

Sat. Dec. 9 - Pre-Season Cookout at Brookdale Farm. 12-3pm
Sun, Dec 10  - Install Trail Signs - Groomer Barn, 304 Silver Lake Rd, Hollis 8:30am till about 1:00pm or 2:00pm
Sat. Dec 16   - Equipment Day - Groomer Barn, 304 Silver Lake Rd, Hollis 8:30am till about 1:00pm or 2:00pm

Weekend of Jan 26-28 2018 - Tri-State Reciprocal Weekend

Sat. Feb. 10 2018 - Pink Ride -  - Silver Lake State Park

Sat. Feb. 17 2018 - IceBreakers Poker Run - Lake Potanipo

Snowmobile Safety Class: Learning the best practices starts at a young age.
NH State Law Requires unlicensed 12 - 18 year olds to have a snowmobile safety class certificate. The Hollis NorEasters hold an annual class to grant these certificates in the Nov. Dec. time frame. 


Food and drinks are provided. Parents are encouraged to stay if with their kids if they choose. 


Stay tuned to our Facebook Group or Sign Up For Our Emails in order to receive information regarding our next Snowmobile Safety Class.

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