Over $3.8 Million Raised by Snowmobile Clubs
52nd Ride-In Sponsors
ECHO SEPTIC SERVICES LLC
Through the fundraising efforts of the NHSA clubs, along with support of local businesses, the clubs have raised over three million dollars since the initiative started in 1972. (History of the Ride-In)
The money is used to create life-changing experiences for campers, ages 11-21, with disabilities and special needs. Easterseals campers participate in a wide variety of activities including water sports, team sports, hiking, archery, a ropes course and crafts.
“We are grateful to the NHSA clubs and riders for their continued support of Camp Sno-Mo,” says Maureen Beauregard, Easterseals New Hampshire President and CEO. “Your long-term commitment to Easterseals is greatly appreciated. Our campers and their families directly benefit from your generosity.”
Your donations at work: Funding Camp Sno-Mo Infographic
- 2024 Ride-In Photos and Results
- 2023 Ride-In Photos and Results
- 2022 Ride-In Photos and Results
- 2020 Ride-In Photos and Results
- 2019 Ride-In Photos and Results
- 2018 Ride-In Photos and Results
About Camp Sno-Mo
Easterseals NH and the Daniel Webster Council, Boy Scouts of America work together at Camp Sno-Mo, a nationally-recognized residential camp program sponsored by the New Hampshire Snowmobile Association, to create a life-changing experience for campers.
Located in Gilmanton Iron Works, NH, children and young adults with disabilities and special needs, ages 11-21, can inclusively participate alongside Boy Scouts in a wide variety of activities including water sports, team sports, hiking, archery, a ropes course and crafts.
Campers are ready for adventure
Sno-Mo campers gain courage by exploring new adventures, develop confidence by discovering new abilities, make connections by building friendships, and create treasured memories to last a lifetime.
The New Hampshire Snowmobile Association takes great pride in the Annual NHSA Easterseals Ride-In for Camp Sno-Mo and encourage you to participate!
See the Camp-sno-mo-2018-report