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Adirondack Sports Center - Ideal for Snowmobilers

The family-owned recreational sport center is also centrally located between three ski areas, Woods Valley, Snow Ridge and McCauley Mountain

1-315-723-3033
9473 Hawkinsville Road
Boonville, NY 13309
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Based directly on the snowmobile trail S77D between Tug Hill and Old Forge, the Adirondack Sport Center offers snowmobile rentals in the winter and also offers cozy, rustic cabins to rent.


Perched at the base of the Tug Hill Plateau, the family-owned recreational sport shop is centrally located between three ski areas, Woods Valley, Snow Ridge and McCauley Mountain


Adirondack Sports Center also specializes in boat and snowmobile sales and service.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Boonville, NY

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