Becoming a member of the Minocqua Forest Riders is easy!
Remember, being a club member fosters, expands and perpetuates the practice of safe snowmobiling and the spirit of good fellowship.
Renew or apply for new membership early because the trail pass process takes time!
AWSC dues are processed on the 1st and the 15th of each month until the trails open. Once trails are open they are processed more frequently. The turnaround time has generally been 48 hours but with the current overload it may take a little longer once AWSC receives MFR membership info.
If you will be ordering discounted trail passes, be sure to select the option "Renew or New Membership with AWSC ($37)".
AWSC no longer mails the yellow AWSC membership cards.
To check your status – log onto AWSC.org and either enter your name or AWSC number (your number remains the same from year to year).
You can also find your number on the address label of your Wisconsin Snowmobile News Magazine.
Online Membership Form Please include the name of your spouse/significant other
Print & Mail Forms
This is a printable Membership form that can be mailed in along with your check. Just click on the button to open.
If you have been an active Minocqua Forest Riders Club member for 10 years or more and are over the age of 70, you are eligible for lifetime membership.
Support Our Trails
You can order trail passes, check status, print membership cards from the AWSC website.
Paying by credit card is the fastest method for ordering your trail pass. For those mailing in the trail pass form with a check, please be sure to fill it out completely and make sure that your name and address is EXACTLY what the WI DNR has on file, or the form will be returned by AWSC. Both memberships (snowmobile club & AWSC) must be current
- Renew early - it takes processing time for the club and AWSC to update
- AWSC no longer mails the yellow AWSC membership cards
- Trail passes cannot be picked up in person
- You can legally ride with your trail pass receipt
- It can take up to 21 days for delivery via US mail
- Call the AWSC office within 30 days of order date if your trail pass has not arrived by mmail
- No refunds
You can also find your number and expiration date (always June 30) on the address label of your Wisconsin Snowmobile News Magazine. Your AWSC number remains the same year after year. Take a picture of the label with your phone and you'll have that AWSC number with you all the time.
The age of your snowmobile matters:
If your snowmobile is 35 years old or Older, a trail pass is NOT REQUIRED
AWSC NOTICE REGARDING TRAIL PASSES / View Notice