Many of the marsh areas are still not frozen so all Waukesha County trails will remain closed. Call the Waukesha County Snowmobile Hotline at 414.299.0330 or visit waukeshasnow.org for the latest trail report.
Before you hit the trails this winter, take a moment to review Wisconsin’s snowmobile laws. It could just save you from getting a ticket. Download a copy of the snowmobile laws.
Before venturing out on Pewaukee Lake with your snowmobile this winter, review the winter rules that apply to Pewaukee Lake. It could save you from getting pulled over by the Lake Patrol.
If you were born on or after 1/1/1985 and you wish to operate a snowmobile this winter, you will need to have a snowmobile safety certificate in order to legally drive a snowmobile on Wisconsin’s public trails and areas, including frozen lake and rivers. Here is more information on snowmobile safety classes.
Join the Moon Shiners Snowmobile Club at the Brat Fry on Saturday, October 1 from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at the Pick n’ Save on Capitol Drive in Pewaukee. Our club supports snowmobiling in Waukesha County, snowmobile safety and charitable efforts in the community.
Brats/Hot Dogs: $2.00
Win a new Triton 2-place tilt & enclosed snowmobile trailer. We will have raffle tickets available for purchase to win the trailer and many other great prizes. View all the great prizes you can win at the Waukesha County Snowmobile Association’s Web site.
Tickets: 6/$5 or $1/ticket
If you are interested in joining a snowmobile club this season, join us at Gina’s Sports Dock on Pewaukee Lake Tuesday, September 20 at 7:30 p.m. Membership costs just $30 which entitles you to many benefits including purchasing of discounted trail passes. You also support the snowmobile trail system in Waukesha County. Hope to see you there.
As many of you are aware, we have been working on a rails-to –trails effort on the little to un-used state owned rail line from north Mazomanie, in Dane County, across the Wisconsin River thought Sauk City and Prairie du Sac, and to Devil’s Lake State Park in Sauk County. This portion would be a Multi-Use Trail that would include snowmobile use up to, and around Sauk City and Prairie du Sac. It would also serve to help connect a newly started snowmobile trail system that actually begins in New Glarus, in Green County. We hope to connect at the Elroy-Sparta Trail in Northern Sauk County. It will also serve as a needed safe crossing of the Wisconsin River to replace the unpopular Highway 60 crossing both snowmobilers and the Village of Prairie du Sac have suffered with for years. This also will have a great impact for a local crossing for our friends in Columbia County as well.
The bulk of this state-owned line has not seen any rail service at all since 1998.
Our goal is to collect 1,000 signatures as soon as we can! Please help me distribute this to any of our friends that are Wisconsin residents. It is important that you identify yourself by signing the ipetition.
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I would ask if all of you with Facebook abilities help by getting this on our sites.
Thanks to All!
Convener for the Good Neighbor Trail Subcommittee
Executive Director-Dane County
Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs
* after your name is recorded, the web site which hosts this petition will ask for a donation. This is a request of iPetition only and is NOT for the support of this rail-to-trail effort.
On behalf of all the members of the Moon Shiners Snowmobile Club of Pewaukee we thank all of our Pewaukee area landowners for allowing us the privilege to place our snowmobile trail on your property each winter. We would also like to extend our thanks to all the public and private landowners throughout Waukesha County and Wisconsin for generously allowing snowmobilers trail access on your property. It’s great to see how the combined efforts of you, our landowners, along with all the volunteer snowmobile club members which make the snowmobile trail system possible each year. We honor and respect you for supporting our sport in the way that you do.
Moon Shiners Snowmobile Club
Club members Karen and Chloe are a mother-daughter team: TEAM KRUMENACHER, and they are raising money for the PINK RIBBON RIDERS during the St. Germain Bikini Radar Run – the largest bikini run in the state!
Join them Saturday, Feb. 13th at 1pm at Little St. Germain Lake in St. Germain, Wisconsin.
Your donations help cancer survivors right here in WISCONSIN!! To donate to Karen and Chloe’s team click on the image below or follow the link to their GoFundMe page: gofundme.com/MotherDaughterTeam
If you are in St. Germain on February 12, stop in at the Northwoods Rest Motel for their brat fry in support of TEAM KRUMENACHER. Check out their Facebook page.