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Sugar Camp, Wisconsin

Snowmobiling Information

Sugar Camp Snowmobile Club was awarded the Dick Rust Memorial Snowmobile Trail Maintenance Award for the 2015-2016 season by the Oneida County Snowmobile Council.  The award recognizes the club for its “outstanding trail maintenance program”.  This was the second time in the past ten years that the Sugar Camp Snowmobile Club has been recognized for its outstanding trails.  

The award winning Sugar Camp trail system is located between Rhinelander and Eagle River, Wisconsin. We have approximately 80 miles of trails with two full time groomers.
The trail system links with the Hodag trails of Rhinelander at on the south side at Cross Country Road and to the north at Hwy 70 were we meet Headwaters Trails of Eagle River. We border Three Lakes Trails system on the east at Thunder Lake and connect to the BO Boen club of St. Germain on the west side of town at Dam Lake.
Local merchants who support our club include: Cross Country Bar & Grill, Finish Line Bar, Four Points Pub & Eatery, Gator’s Landing, Kathan Inn, Laura’s Café, MoonDance Bar & Grill, Pitlik’s Sand Beach Resort, Runny’s BarSuar Camp Marathon Service, and the White Stag Inn.

Trail maps are available from our sponsors as well as many of the local merchants in Sugar Camp, Eagle River, Three Lakes, St. Germain, and Rhinelander. 

Please remember to respect our trail system and stay on marked trails. Our sport is under the spotlight so be sure to leave a good impression.

Membership information for the Sugar Camp Snowmobile Club is available at:

Trail Conditions: Good
Snow Cover: 8-10"
Date of Report: January 18, 2017
Area Report:

Trail’s in Sugar Camp are in good riding conditions yet but with the upcoming warm up will start deteriorating. Some brown and snirrty areas are appearing in corners. In the woods they will hold up out of the sunlight but the forecast is not looking very promising for the next week here as temps predicted to go into the 40’s. Some corners in woods are getting icy out of the sun so use caution coming into them. Stay close to orange barrels while crossing lakes and they may be getting rough due to drifting. All we can do is hope they will hold up in this warm spell. Remember to purchase your annual trail pass before riding the trails and support a club. United we trail divided we fail!