Oneida County Trails will close Tuesday, 3/10/2020 at 12:00 pm (Noon)

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Public Service Announcement

(715) 369-6318 Fax

DATE: March 9, 2020
TO: News Media (And Other Interested Persons)
FROM: Oneida County Forestry Department
RE: Oneida County Snowmobile Trail System

Due to the recent warm temperatures and rapidly deteriorating trail conditions, all snowmobile trails in Oneida County will officially close for the season at 12:00 pm (noon) on Tuesday, March 10, 2020.

The Oneida County Forestry Department would like to thank all the snowmobile clubs and volunteers for their work in keeping our trails in great shape.

Contact Information:
Oneida County Forestry Department, 715-369-6140
Oneida County Snowmobile Council President, Jim Wendt 715-891-1610

Additional Trail Reports & Weather

Trail Photos

Interested in Tracking the Grooming Activity?

Below is information for an app which allows you to track grooming activity on the Minocqua Forest Riders Trails.  The cost is $10 and half of the money will go back to the club.

Tin Number With Explanation

The donation for the Map is $5.00 which covers the cost of mailing. Please use the Order Button below to complete your map order.

Order trail passes, check status, print membership cards from the AWSC website.  AWSC membership runs 07/01 through 06/30 annually.

Paying by credit card is the fastest method.  For those mailing in the trail pass form and paying by check, please be sure to fill 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 mail
  • No refunds

You can also find your AWSC number (which never changes) on the address label of your Wisconsin Snowmobile News Magazine.  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