The Crystal Lake Ski & Outdoor Center (CLSOC) has been a home base for adventure enthusiasts for over 50 years. CLSOC and its 20 miles of trails winding through a pristine forest preserve are operated by a not-for-profit organization. Your gift will help CLSOC to cover operating costs this season and support our long-term sustainability.
Thank you for helping CLSOC to continue serving the community!
Join our Adopt-a-Trail program by setting up a recurring gift today.
Fuel cost for one outreach event: $25
Half a mile of non-winter trail maintenance: $50
One new pair of ski boots (20 pairs needed): $100
One day of expert ski trail grooming: $250
Volunteer with Us
We have a variety of volunteer opportunities in the fall, winter, and spring with a range of time commitments. Some include helping out in the Ski Shop during the winter, at our Annual Trail Race in the fall, and with trail clearing and maintenance in the fall and spring.
If you’re interested in volunteering, please fill out our online volunteer application here:
or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (570) 584-5608
Join Our Outdoor Center Committee
Support the Ski and Outdoor Center by joining our Outdoor Center Committee. You’ll commit to monthly meetings, local outreach opportunities, volunteering at our events and in the Ski Shop, and decision-making efforts for the Ski and Outdoor Center’s operations.
For more information, please contact us at email@example.com.
Grant award project from First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania
The Crystal Lake Ski and Outdoor Center (CLSOC) is grateful to have received a generous grant award from the Williamsport Lycoming Community Fund at the First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania (FCFP) for $12,000 during the 2021-2022 season. With these funds, the CLSOC was able to expand outreach to the community through marketing and advertising, attend community events with new mobile booth equipment, as well as modernize the check-in process for our guests to maximize the fun time spent outdoors. The positive impact of this grant will be felt for years to come!
For more information, check out the article NorthCentralPA.com wrote below.
Logan Landry and Outdoor Center Committee members Bob and Karen Snook at the Catch the Spirit event in downtown Williamsport on December 10, 2021.