Tuesday, February 28, 2017: Clubs have updated their trail reports today.

Please click on the listing of clubs on the right side of the page to see their individual trail reports.  Links to the clubs can be found at the top of this page. If you have a question about a particular area, please contact the club that is directly responsible for trails in that area. Watch this site for weekly updates! Follow us on Face Book too, “Marinette County Alliance Snowmobile, ATV-UTV  Trails”.

Please note: All of the Iron Snow Shoe trail system is CLOSED for snowmobiles and atv’s / utv’s. The Kumalong Sno-Riders trails are also closed.

This web site compiles all of the Marinette County snowmobile club trail reports in one place. This site will be updated weekly, usually on Tuesdays or Wednesdays, during the entire winter riding season. Reports will be updated any time there is a change that riders need to know about. Now, when you’re planning to ride, you can see conditions for the whole county in ONE place! On the right, click on the snowmobile club and you’ll see their latest trail conditions. See the “About Us” section for more information about our trail system. Follow the link to The Real North to learn more about our county. Awesome riding awaits you in Marinette County!  Come visit us soon!
The YEAR ‘ROUND ATV & UTV TRAILS IN MARINETTE COUNTY ARE OPEN! Most winter ATV-UTV trails are located in the northern half of the County. Please click on the link to each club to find out what areas allow them. Not all snowmobile trials are open to atv’s & utv’s so please know before you go. The new 2017 maps are available now. It’s a year ’round map. Maps are available from map sponsors and from the area clubs.
SNOWMOBILES MUST DISPLAY A CURRENT REGISTRATION PLUS A CURRENT TRAIL PASS TO LEGALLY OPERATE ON THE WISCONSIN SNOWMOBILE TRAIL SYSTEM.  Please visit the AWSC (Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs) web site at www.awsc.org for more information and instructions for purchasing your Trail Pass. Members of a sanctioned AWSC club will qualify to receive the Trail Pass at a discounted rate. Non-members will pay more. You do not have to join a club.  But regardless, you will need a Trail Pass . If you don’t currently belong to a club and would like to, please consider joining one of the Marinette County clubs. All of our county clubs are listed on this web site. Click on the “Club Links” for club info & contacts.