Portage County WI Has Hundreds of Miles of Snowmobile Trails
Wisconsin is where snowmobiling was born! The state continues to offer some of the best snowmobiling opportunities you are likely to find. More than 200,000 registered snowmobiles hit Wisconsin’s 25,000 miles of groomed trails each winter.
The riders discover new trails, meet new friends, and enjoy amenities on the trails, such as restaurants and other pit stops.
Portage County has nearly 300 miles of groomed scenic snowmobile trails to ride on. And while the trails may open a bit later than those farther “Up North,” they are still a lot of fun when they do. The county has six snowmobile trail zones and a snowmobile trail hotline for trail conditions. The number is 715-343-6277.
Alliance of Portage County Snowmobile Clubs
Looking to meet fellow snowmobilers in Central Wisconsin? There are 10 snowmobile clubs that belong to the Alliance of Portage County Snowmobile Clubs. The Alliance promotes safety, education, and safe snowmobiling. It unites clubs throughout Portage County and some of the adjoining counties. At their monthly meetings (September—May), club members from each of the 10 localized county clubs share information on current local activities and events.
To see a map of Portage County snowmobile trails, go to the Alliance of Portage County Snowmobile Clubs website. The Town of Plover has motels, restaurants, pubs, and other attractions that will make your stay enjoyable.
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