The Magic of Winter - Sled the Vast, White Northland!
Thanks to the hard work of our many snowmobile clubs and volunteers, an extensive network of professionally groomed trails more than 1600 miles are maintained. A magnificent natural environment with 1300 glacial lakes and 233,000 acres of public forest lands provide a perfect setting for snowmobilers in the Minocqua Arbor Vitae Woodruff Area. Take off in any direction to sled on the spacious and well marked routes throughout the forests. The locale features a number of trail side pit stops step inside, enjoy the atmosphere, but please be responsible. Dont drink and drive !
Detailed Snowmobile maps are available at the Minocqua Chamber or contact them for postage fees and envelope sizes and they will be happy to mail you maps when we receive your S.A.S.E envelope. Send your request to: Minocqua Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 1006, Minocqua, WI 54548 or call 1-800-446-6784.
Cross country ski trail maps of maintained NH-AL trails and Minocqua Winter Park may also be sent to you if you call the Chamber, 715-356-5266, for postage requirements (standard business size S.A.S.E. Envelope is appropriate).
Forest Riders Snowmobile Club
P.O. Box 1161, Minocqua, WI 54548 Come ride away from the crowd on 190 miles of Bombadier-groomed trails, extending to the Willow Flowage and Price County. Food and gas are available throughtout our trail system.
Cross Country Cruisers Snowmobile Club
P.O.Box 733, Woodruff, WI 54568 firstname.lastname@example.org The Cross Country Cruisers maintain 135 miles of Wisconsin's most scenic and best groomed trails in and out of Arbor Vitae, Woodruff & Minocqua. We are 28 years old and are the 4th largest in Wisconsin. Join our club and help support the sport! Only a $25 a year membership in both the Cross Country Cruisers and the Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs (AWSC).
New-Tom Sno-Fleas Snowmobile Club
P.O. Box 45, Lake Tomahawk, WI 54539 The New-Tom Sno-Fleas have extensive snowmobile trails south of Minocqua. Lake Tomahawk is the center for going North, South, East or West. We are known for keeping our trails in great condition especially with the addition of our new equipment.
New Wisconsin law, instated May 1, 1998, requires non-resident s who use Wisconsin snowmobile trails to display either Wisconsin registration or a non-resident snowmobile trail use sticker. The sticker is $13 and may be purchased at any business that sells state licenses (such as hunting, fishing, etc), or the DNR offices. Further information can be obtained by calling (608) 266-2621.