MW Sno-Skeeters Snowmobile Club

Sno-Skeeters Snowmobile Club welcomes you to our trails. Manitowish Waters, located in the Lake Superior Snowbelt, is a true snowmobiler’s paradise. We have some of the most beautiful and well groomed trails in the Midwest.

Visitors and residents consider our location a great hub to access the trails of neighboring Presque Isle, Boulder Junction and Mercer. Whether you want a short 30-mile loop through Boulder Junction, a 100-mile ride through Northern Wisconsin or a 200+ mile ride through the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Manitowish Waters is a great place to start or end your trip.

The network of snowmobile trails in the Northwoods totals more than 1,600 miles! The Sno-Skeeters provide the highest quality trail riding experience, promoting safety and trail enjoyment. Our club maintains and grooms over 25 miles of trails, with trails brushed and inspected on a regular basis. The club is funded by local fundraisers, contributions and funding from the AWSC.

Snowmobile Trail Report

MW Sno-Skeeters Trail Report February 3, 2022

The MW Sno Skeeters trails are in good condition. We haven't had much snow lately, but all the clubs are doing an amazing job grooming. The cold weather has helped but also remember that the corners may be icy. Please ride right, use your hand signals, stop at stop signs, dress warm and stay on the marked trails. RIDING OFF OF THE MARKED TRAILS PUT OUR SPORT IN JEAPARDY OF TRAIL CLOSURES. Please remember that Snowmobiling is a privilege, not a right. That being said, a huge thank you to those that support your local clubs and follow the basic "common sense" rules. We are looking for donations/ raffle prizes and gift certificates for our Winterfest Rendezvous which is Saturday, Feb 19th. These items can be dropped off at the Pea Patch. Thank you for your continued support! Next club event is Sunday February 13th breakfast at Pea Patch 8:00 am-Noon. ​Happy Trails, MW Sno Skeeters

Courtesy of Snow Goer Magazine February 2022

NORTHERN TIER, WISCONSIN — The northern tier of Wisconsin counties continues to hold snow, and clubs in this area have done a fantastic job of keeping their trails in fine shape. From Marinette, Florence and Forest counties in the northeast corner, through the traditional Northwoods destinations in Vilas and Oneida counties and then going west through Iron, Ashland, Bayfield and Douglas counties, the upper “cap” on the state has trails rated in either “Good” or “Very Good” condition. The next tier of counties directly south of those upper border counties are generally in good shape, too, and then things get thinner as you head south. You can park in Park Falls, enjoy the winter in Winter, travel tree-lined trails near Poplar and Maple, or try to clear you mind with a day of riding near Sayner. There is no wrong answer along that top couple of tiers of counties of Wisconsin right now — conditions are prime.