Wisconsin: A Snowmobiler's Paradise

When Wisconsin native Carl Eliason created the first snowmobile (then called a motor toboggan) in 1924, he couldn’t have had any idea what he started. Wisconsin has become a snowmobiler’s paradise. The state has over 25,000 miles of pristine trails!  That’s enough to travel from New York to Los Angeles and back four times.

Blaze the open trails by snowmobile this winter.

The trails are maintained by the Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs. They do everything from securing trail easements to placing signage to brushing and grooming the trails.

If you’re planning on hitting the trails in Wisconsin, you’d be remiss not to include Eagle River, the Snowmobile Capital of the World.  With over 500 miles of groomed trails alone in Eagle River, you’d be able to make a weekend and then some of it.

And before you head out the door, be sure to check our Snow Conditions Report.

For more options on where to go, what to see and how to do it, check out our top places here.  We’d also like to know what you recommend…just comment below.

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