The Bow Pioneers Snowmobile Club is a non-profit organization established in 1972 to promote the fun of family snowmobiling in a safe manner. Our trail system is maintained in the towns of Bow, Dunbarton, Concord and Hopkinton.
The recreational trail system is maintained by the Bow Pioneers Snowmobile Club. From spring to the first snow, all are invited to use the trails for snowshoeing, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, horseback riding and mountain bike riding only. In the fall, club members, and non-members come together to work on the trail maintenance. The fellowship of our community working together will enhance the enjoyment of living in Bow.
Club General Membership meetings are held at 7:30PM on the third Thursday of each month from September to April. All club members are welcome. If you are not a member and are interested in joining the club, memberships are available at the General Meeting. The meeting is held at the Bow Community Center, which is adjacent to the fire station, and is located at 2 Knox Road. This is at the intersection of Knox, Logging Hill, Bow Center and White Rock Hill Roads.
Monthly Trail Meetings are held at 7:30PM on the second Wednesday of each month at the Old Bow Town Hall. The Old Town Hall is located at 91 Bow Center Road. Everyone is welcome. All members’ input is necessary to make our trail system the best it can be.