Trail Conditions: Closed
Snow Cover: 8-10"
Date of Report: February 14, 2018
As of 6am February 14th all snowmobile trails in Walworth county are closed! The warm weather has arrived and looks like it is here to stay for a couple of days. The trails have deteriorated to poor conditions and are no longer ride able. Hopefully by next week sometime we are able to get things going again.
The club is open for ages 12 thru 20. The goal is to unite kids that have a passion for snowmobiling and create leaders to take over the future responsibilities the adult snowmobile clubs have.
The Walworth County Snowmobile Alliance was established in 1970 and is made up of 14 clubs throughout the area. We are dedicated to having the finest trails possible in Southeast Wisconsin. With 240 miles of state funded trails and approximately 350 total miles with club and state trails combined. Every snowmobiler that rides on our trails is able to experience beautifully groomed trails when conditions allow. Our alliance currently operates and maintains 4 tucker groomers that run across the county. Along with that comes the peace, excitement and beauty that our trails have to offer. Throughout your ride you will experience all aspects of snowmobile trail riding. From wide open areas across a crop field or railroad grade to windy sections of woods or running through a nice marsh completely surrounded by cattails. The wide variety of trails you will encounter are one of a kind to the state of Wisconsin. All of our club and alliance members are volunteer.
Please consider joining one of our local clubs listed below. Trail snow phone 262-742-2664 www.walworthcountysnow.com.
- Darien Sunset Riders
- Delavan/ Williams Bay Sno-Buddies
- East Troy Snow Trojans
- Elkhorn Sno Drifters
- Genoa City Genasnoers Snowmobile Club
- Lake Beulah Drift Skippers
- Lake Geneva Lakes Drift Riders
- Lauderdale Lake Riders
- Lyons Sno-Bums
- Pleasant Lakers Snowmobile Club
- Sharon Drift Skippers
- Twin Runners Snowmobile Club
- Walworth/ Fontana/ Zenda Blizzard Buzzards
- Whitewater SnoSeekers