Work Report Forms:

Grooming Maintence Reports

Non-Grooming Maintence Reports

Equipment and Labor Rates 2015-2016

Annual Trail Opening Paperwork: Snowmobile Club Info

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100 Mile Snow Safari

Printable Formal Work Submission Forms:

Formal Work Submission Form.password: saukcounty

 Snowmobile Club Info

Website Ad Placement Form

Downloadable Policies

Privacy Policy

Terms of Service

Terms and Conditions Use

 


 

OUT OF STATE TRAIL PASS LOCATIONS

Farm and Fleet, Baraboo,

1100 South Boulevard  Baraboo, WI 53913
(608) 356-7736 

Wal-Mart, Lake Delton,

  130 Commerce Street Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965

(608) 253-3490

  Rivers Edge, Lake Delton;

30 County Road A  Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
   (608) 253-6600

Jays Power Sports, Reedsburg,

2035 East Main Street  Reedsburg, WI 53959
(608) 768-3297

 

Listed below are partners and resources for Wisconsin's snowmobiling industry.

The ACSA Resource link below contains valuable information such as Groomer Operator Training Guide, Access Guide for Snowmobiling on Private & Public Land, Snowmobile Renting Guide and much more!

International / National Organizations

  International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association (ISMA)

Go Snowmobiling.org
International Snowmobile Council (ISC)
American Council of Snowmobile Associations (ACSA)
American Council of Snowmobile Association Resource Page

State Agencies / Associations:

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Wisconsin Department of Tourism

Wisconsin Council of Forestry
 Blue Ribbon Coalition

Insurance Links:

  Liberty Mutual 
American Income & Life
AFLAC
Schwartz & Shea Insurance Agency
V & V Insurance Agency 

Invasive Species:

Wisconsin Council on Forestry
Wisconsin DNR - Invasive Species  

 Snow Reports:

John Dee
Wisconsin Outdoor Fun

State-Wide Snow Reports

 

Wisconsin, well-known for its' pristine snowmobile trail system and is regarded as one of the top three snowmobiling destinations nationwide.  These trails are made possible though the volunteer efforts of snowmobilers who are members of an AWSC club.  These club volunteers have the responsibility of securing trail easements, placing necessary signage on the trails, brush, groom and maintain trail grooming equipment.  Without the AWSC club volunteers, Wisconsin's system would not exist.  

By belonging to an AWSC snowmobile club, you are helping to keep the sport strong by having your legislative voice heard at the Capital in Madison as well as in Washington, DC.  In addition, your membership fees enable the clubs to continue to improve their trail system which benefits local economies as well as Wisconsin's tourism economy.