Thank You!

The Drifters Snowmobile Club wants to thank you for visiting our site and possibly considering joining our club.  Like any not for profit club we could always use fresh minds and willing hands to help make this the best club in Wisconsin.


Travel Wisconsin

Official Site of the Wisconsin Department of Tourism. Wisconsin snow conditions brought to you by Old Man Winter. Learn more

AWSC Wisconsin

The Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs is dedicated to the preservation of snowmobiling throughout the state by monitoring regulations and proposed legisation that could affect our sport. Learn more

Winnebago County Snowmobile Alliance

The Winnebago Co. Snowmobile Alliance has provided our clubs and their members a web portal system commonly know as a social networking website. Learn More

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Trail Condition Emails

Trail Alert!!

Trails CLOSED Zones 1,2,3,4,5 | ALL ZONES  - February 6rd 7:00 AM | Drifters Club Trails = Zone 2 | Please STAY ON THE TRAILS!!! or You will be TICKETED | Call (920) 232-1960 opt. 4 Open/Close Status |The county now has 5 zones | Zone Map | Facebook Trail updates

THINK SNOW! | Join a Club, Volunteer, help make the best trails around!  | Groomer Report

Join a Club || Its fun and rewarding

What do Clubs do?

What Clubs do.what_do_clubs_do  There is a 200 mile network of snowmobile trails in Winnebago County with 120.5 miles designated as state 'funded' trails.  The remaining 80 miles of trails are club trails, which means local clubs install and maintain these trails through fundraisers and membership dues.  Snowmobile trails are open to all REGISTERED snowmobilers.

If you snowmobile on any trail in Wisconsin, chances are the trails were made possible by the local snowmobile club.  These clubs provide the trails for public use through volunteer efforts of club members.

By belonging to a snowmobile club, you are helping to support the sport and assisting in providing good trails.  You also have the opportunity to share the fun and fellowship of snowmobiling with others.

Snowmobile clubs have instructors who teach the DNR Snowmobile Safety Course.  The course is required for all children between the ages of 12 and 16 who wish to operate a snowmobile alone.  Contact the DNR, your local snowmobile club, or county association for safety class information.

Information from the DNR 's website: more

Any person who is at least 12 years old AND who is born on or after January 1, 1985 is required to possess a valid Snowmobile Safety Certificate in order to operate a snowmobile on public trails, lands or frozen waters. You must carry the certificate while riding and you must display it to a law enforcement officer when requested.

All snowmobilers under age 16 must obtain certification in a classroom certification course. Other forms of certification (CD ROM) are only available to persons 16 years of age and up.

Fundraisers: Please review the news section of the home page. The club holds two major fundraisers. ClaytonFest in June and Backwards Raffle in October. more

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Upcoming Events


03.08.2018 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm


04.12.2018 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm


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GPS Trail Maps

Learn more about snowmobile gps units and snowmobile trail maps for your GPS.  If you dont have one you need to get one!

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Club Groomer

The club groomer is a LMC 1800 with a 9' by 18' Snowplane drag. Our club purchased the groomer in 2007 and has done extensive maintenance in preparation for this season.

Groomer Pics | Snow Plane You Tube Clip

Night 55 mph Speed Limit

DNR Conservation Warden Gary Eddy explains the new 55 mph night-time speed limit for snowmobiles.

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