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It's all about the

TRAILS

Great Trails

Ride 175 miles of lake and groomed trails  in the beautiful Hayward and Stone Lake areas of northwest Wisconsin

Northwoods hospitality

Visit our 30+ business members, all conveniently located to serve snowmobilers

Join the club

Club members save money on trail passes.  And, your membership helps us maintain the trails where you ride. 

Latest News

Groomer Shed Upgrades

Our groomer shed is getting new doors.   Maybe that doesn't sound too exciting, but the reason why is.  We are getting a new Pisten Bully for grooming this year!  But, the Pisten Bully is too wide to fit through the old doors on the groomer shed.  So new doors are being installed in November, just in time for us to take delivery of the new groomer.  

Upcoming events

Tue, December 12 5 pm

Christmas Party - Trails End

RSVP needed by 12/3.  There will be a brief business meeting at 5:30 pm.

Sat, January 20  Start Time TBA

Winter Ride

Group ride with 3 stops - Somewhere Else, Beechmoor, and Blueberry Lake Oasis.

Sat, February 10  Start time TBA

Mystery Fun Run

Group ride with fun activities at each stop - Pine Ride, The Landing, and R&R Bayview

Sat, February 24  9am

Ride to Heckler's Hill

Breakfast at Twin Lakes Tap followed by ride to Heckler's Hill to watch Birkie skiers.

ABOUT Sno-Trails

For over 50 years, our mission has been to provide great snowmobile trails and hospitality in the Hayward and Stone Lake areas of Wisconsin.  With over 230 members, our membership includes - 

  • Local businesses offering services to snowmobilers

  • Local residents and volunteers

  • Second-home owners, and

  • Visitors from all over the Upper Midwest who make Hayward their snowmobiling destination.   

Sno-Trails was named AWSC Club of the Year in 2019, recognizing our strong dedication and support to the sport of snowmobiling. In 2020, Sno-Trails went on to be named Club of the Year at the national and international levels by the American Council of Snowmobile Associations (ACSA) and the International Snowmobile Congress (ISC). 

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