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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.

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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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Snowmobile Trail Conditions

Trail Conditions / Notice

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Conditions: Please call the Winnebago Parks Department for Conditions. (920) 232-1960 and select option number four (4). The Winnebago county trail system has been divided up into 5 zones.  Please refer to the trail map above for clarification of zones. Each zone may be opened independently of each other.

Notice: Use of the Winnebago County Snowmobile trails is only permitted when public notice has been made by the Winnebago County Parks Department. Snowmobilers making use of the trails without authorized opening may be fined or ticketed. The Winnebago County trail status report phone line is the official device by which notice of the trail closings or openings is delivered.

Grooming: Trails are groomed as conditions change. Heavy traffic and changing snow conditions directly correlate to the amount of grooming. Our club usually grooms the trails Sunday evening or Monday and then before the weekend. Nightly weekend grooming may continue as heavy traffic continues. Please be aware of the grooming equipment as it is large and very heavy. Remember to slow down and wait for the groomer driver to signal or stop to allow you to pass. Please indicate to the driver how many sleds are in your group like you would meeting another group of sleds on the trail. Grooming is preferred to be completed at night so be aware the groomer might be around the next blind corner.

Trail status on this web site does not give permission to use trail system if the parks department has closed the trails. We do our best to update the conditions as they change and the Drifters Snowmobile Club will not be liable for the content supplied on this site. | Call: (920) 232-1960

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Upcoming Events

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12.01.2017 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm

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12.14.2017 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

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01.11.2018 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

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02.08.2018 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

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03.08.2018 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.

Video click here