Snowmobiling

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 SnowmobileFond du Lac County’s snowmobile trail system consists of approximately 297.3 miles of groomed snowmobile trails on privately owned land.  Of this 297.3 miles approximately 50 miles is located on abandon railroad corridors. The County’s role in most of the system consists of applying for and administering annual DNR snowmobile grants, ensuring compliance with State regulations and guidelines, and planning improvements. These state funded trails crisscross Fond du Lac County establishing a network of snowmobile trails for users to enjoy.

Beginning July 1, 2015, an annual Wisconsin Trail Pass is required for snowmobiles.  Click  here for more information.

For updates on local trail conditions visit Fond du Lac County Snowmobile Association or call (920)929-6840.

Snowmobile Map 2014-2017

Local Snowmobile Clubs
Brandon Sno Cubs Clayton Jahns 920-346-5224
Campbellsport Sno-Cougars Ray Sippel 920-533-4279
Dotyville Drifters Tim Mueller 920-251-4186
Eden Sno Birds Ray Sippel
920-533-4279
Fond du Lac Snowflyers Walt Parsons 920-922-5311
Friendel Trail Association         Pete Tatro 920-251-3867
Holyland Snowflyers Burt Thome 920-375-0167
New Fane Kettle Riders Quin Mueller
920-948-9390
Northern Kettle Moraine Crooked Trails Tom Hinchliffe 920-533-8725
Ruff Riders Joe Vitale 920-517-1151
Silver Creek Sno-Odders Randy Brown
920-748-6379
Trail Wanderers Bob Witkowski 920-528-7005
Twin Oaks Steve Hinze 920-583-4088
Waupun Drift Jumpers Greg Holz 920-960-1710

For information regarding state-wide snowmobile trails Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

For information on snowmobile clubs Association of Wisconsin Snowmobiles Clubs.

 

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