Fall is here. Time to get your sleds and gear ready to hit the trails when they open. One thing to remember is that anyone born after January 1, 1985 is required to have successfully completed the snowmobile safety course in order to legally operate a snowmobile in Wisconsin. Read the information below about a class that will be held in Wausaukee in December.

10/24/15 Update from Bear Point Sno-Cruisers:

Department of Natural Resources – Snowmobile Safety Class

WHEN: Monday, December 28th & Tuesday, December 29th, 2015

WHERE: At the Wausaukee American Legion Building (on Harrison Street, behind the Stephenson Bank on HWY 141 in Wausaukee

TIMES: Monday 12/28/15 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

(Lunch will be provided by the American Legion)

Tuesday, 12/29/15 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM

WHAT: Students must bring appropriate clothing–boots, headgear–to go outside.

Student must have a Costumer ID Number in order to register. If you need one, call 888-936-7463

Space is limited, first come first served

Any questions, please call Lead Instructor Ron Rost at 414-687-7865

Change IS Here!

The way we register snowmobiles in Wisconsin changed on July 1, 2015. In addition to your sled registration, you will be required to purchase an annual “Trail Pass” for sleds to operate legally on the Wisconsin 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, if you prefer you may opt to pay the additional amount for non-members. But regardless, you will need a Trail Pass beginning this coming season.

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. All of them are set up for the new process and they all welcome new members. Click on the “Club Links” to check out each club and find one that is in your riding area or one that sounds to your liking.

Funds generated will go into the trail system: to provide for trail development, funding for currently un-funded trails, re-location, bridge projects, law enforcement and additional dollars to the clubs for their trail maintenance (funding). It’s been years and years since the program has seen any increase in funding and much has been left behind because the club’s can not pay for it.

Remember: The snowmobile program in Wisconsin is SELF-FUNDED and maintained by generous, giving VOLUNTEERS! Please support the sport you love through club membership. Join one of our area clubs today!



Be aware that the following clubs have SNOWMOBILE ONLY trails! Atv’s & utv’s are not allowed at any time of the year on these club’s trails: Kumalong Sno Riders, River Road Riders, Ranger City Riders and Bagley-Brazeau Joy Riders. Please respect the landowners wishes and do not attempt to ride atv’s where prohibited.

NOTE: When the trails re-open, ATV’s & UTV’s are allowed on the following club’s trails: Dun-Good Riders, Pemenee River Riders, Near North and Iron Snow Shoe. Be advised that not all of their snowmobile trails may allow atv’s & utv’s. Get a current copy of the Marinette County snowmobile-atv-utv map and follow the signs on the trails. Please respect our landowners wishes.

*****Please see the “About Us” section for information regarding the new Wisconsin Snowmobile Registration and Trail Pass that will go into effect July, 2015.*****

If you’re looking for more information about the clubs, joining a club, or how to contact them directly, please click on “Links” at the TOP of the page.  If you don’t belong to a club, please consider joining a Marinette County club to show your support for our outstanding trail system.

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!