WCSA General Meeting:

February 9, 2022

Meeting: 7:30pm



Oconomowoc Throttle Jockeys



American Legion Post #399

N50W34750 Wisconsin Ave

Okauchee, WI​

Next WCSA Meeting

Proud member of:

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Please Stand By
Still waiting on Mother Nature
to turn on her snow making machine

Unfortunately, here in SE Wisconsin, we are still waiting on some measurable snow so the trails can open. While we wait for Mother Nature to turn on the snow making machine, please sign up to receive trail condition reports via text messages from the Waukesha County Snowmobile Association (WCSA). So when it does start to snow you will receive the latest trail reports automatically. To sign up just text WAUKSNOW to 57838.

Once the snow does start to fly there are a few things the WCSA needs to consider before trails can open: We need to create a good base - Groomers will need to go out and start panning the trails in order to create a good base, area clubs will to check on their trails, especially marshy areas, to make sure trails can safely open, snowfall can vary across the region and the weather forecast and daily temperatures play a big part in the decision to open trails or not.

Please be patient: It is in your best interest to stay off the trails when they are closed. Failure to follow this rule can result in losing trail access for good. Please respect the decision of the WCSA, it's member clubs and the landowners who permit access to their land. We love to snowmobile as much as you do, so we will do everything we can to open the trails when conditions permit it.


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WCSA Annual Raffle

We're giving away $5,000

in Cash Prizes

Tickets on Sale Now!

Help support your snowmobile trail system in Waukesha County by purchasing tickets for the Waukesha County Snowmobile Association's annual raffle. The top prize is $3,000 cash. In all, we are giving away $5,000 in cash prizes.
All the proceeds from the sale of raffle tickets goes to the Waukesha County Snowmobile Association (WCSA). The WCSA and their member clubs help maintain, mark, insure and groom the snowmobile trail system in Waukesha County for the enjoyment of snowmobilers throughout the winter. 

2021-22 Raffle Prizes:

1st prize: $3,000

2nd prize: $1,000

3rd prize: $500

4th prize: $250

5th prize: $250

Tickets are $5.00 each or 5 for $20.00.


The raflle drawing will be held on March 9, 2022 at 8:00 pm at American Legion Post #399 in Okauchee, WI. Winners will be notified if their ticket is drawn. Winners are responsible for any taxes due.

Purchase your tickets from any Waukesha County Snowmobile Club or the following locations:

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Waukesha County Snowmobile Association
2 Scholarships to be Awarded

Applications due January 31

Attention High School Seniors and continuing educations students who belong to a Waukesha County snowmobile club. The Waukesha County Snowmobile Association offers scholarships to graduating high school seniors and continuing education students annually. The scholarship application for the 2021-22 season is now available for download (PDF 224KB).  

Scholarship consideration is first offered to members of the clubs of Waukesha County Snowmobile Association who are 18 years or older, then to the daughters, sons, granddaughters and grandsons of club members.

Applications will be accepted from graduating high school seniors and continuing education students currently enrolled in college or technical school. Applications are due on or before January 31, 2022. No exceptions.

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Last Chance to take Snowmobile Safety Classes

This is your last chance to register for the final snowmobile safety courses for the season. Wisconsin state law requires anyone born after January 1, 1985 and are at least 12 years old to obtain your snowmobile safety certificate in order to operate a snowmobile on public trails and areas in Wisconsin.

For a schedule of 2021/22 safety class schedule and registration information visit our Snowmobile Safety Classes page. Please note attendance is required for each class and you must successfully pass the snowmobile safety test in order to obtain your snowmobile safety certificate.

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Join The Club

There are over 700 individuals and families who are members of one of the 17 snowmobile clubs in Waukesha County.  Club members are snowmobile enthusiasts, like yourself, who are dedicated to promoting the sport, snowmobile safety and maintaining the trail system in Waukesha County.

The benefits of club membership are many. You'll join like-minded individuals who enjoy the sport and its continuation, membership in the Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs (AWSC) which represents all snowmobilers on state issues, participate in club rides and activities, received a yearly subscription to Wisconsin Snowmobile News and you qualify to purchase discounted Trail Passes for each snowmobile you own.

If you snowmobile, make it a point to join a club this year. To find a club near you visit our Member Clubs page today.