Green Lake County Association of Snowmobile Clubs

Trail Map
Contact Information / Guestbook

Come ride the scenic trails of south central Wisconsin, in Green Lake County. The four clubs of the Green Lake Co. Association of Snowmobile Clubs maintain & groom approximately 150 miles of scenic trails, with a variety of trails ranging from woods, meadows, marsh, & fields. Although snow conditions can be varied, when conditions are good, our trails are great !

"Click Here" to go to the
Berlin River Riders Website

"Click Here" to go to the
Markesan Sno-Drifters Website

"Click Here" to go to the
Terrace Sno-Streakers Website

"Click Here" to go to the
Princeton Sno-Barons Website




CALL: 920-294-4022


for a recorded message of Green Lake County trails.



2023 Snowmobile Season

With colder weather approaching and preseason checklists already being tackled (tuning, cleaning, shining, gear prep, etc.), please keep in mind a few other checklists: 

1) Safety: Obey posted signs and stay on the designated trail, trail signs are in place for YOUR safety; Trails also have a night time speed limit: 55 mph.

2) Drinking and riding: You can be arrested for OWI on a snowmobile.

3) Trespass: Local snowmobile clubs work long hours clearing, marking, and securing permission for trails. If you leave the trail, you’re on your own and subject to a $295.00 trespass citation.  Trails are a privilege, not a right.

4) Trail Pass/Registration: Make sure your trail pass and registration are CURRENT and DISPLAYED on your machine.  

5) Wildlife: Wildlife are at risk in the cold and snow.  Do not harass wildlife with your machine.

Safety on the Trails
Photo Submitted to Berlin Journal 

Representatives of all Green Lake County snowmobile clubs and local officials meet to implement a combined effort involving club trail visibility. County snowmobile clubs will be working directly with law enforcement to educate, promote safety, report trespassing and other violations while on the trail system. Ride smart so everyone gets home safe and we can keep our trails open.