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General Meeting

Wednesday, January 8

HOST CLUB:

North Lake Nomads

LOCATION:

Tom & Di's Rustic Inn

8739 Brown St

Oconomowoc, WI 53066

Next WCSA Meeting

LINKS TO OUR CLUBS

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View our trail map online - click image above.

Stay tuned to WCSA as we wait for snow

Snow is in the forecast and be assured club members from Waukesha County snowmobile clubs have been hard at work prepping  the trails this winter. They've done their job, now it's your job to follow the rules,  ride only when the trails are open and stay on marked trails at all times.

View our trail map online

New this year, you can now view our 2019/20 trail map online. It's zoomable, clickable and downloadable. while we wait for the trails to open, view our trail map today and please support our sponsors.

 

For the latest on Waukesha County trail conditions visit this page, waukeshasno.org, throughout the winter. Or, let us text you the latest snowmobile trail conditions right to your phone. Sign up today by texting  WAUKSNOW to 57838 or call our snowmobile hotline at 414.299.0330. Remember, it's your responsibility to know the trail conditions in the counties you'll be snowmobiling through before you head out on the trails.

In Waukesha County it's solely up to Waukesha County Snowmobile Association and it's member clubs to determine if and when trails are to open and close. Do not trespass when the trails are closed. Stay on marked trails at all times. It is important for snowmobilers to abide by this or your will jeopardize the future use the trail(s).

​It's also important to know the Wisconsin's snowmobiling rules and regulations. Go to dnr.wi.gov to read or download a copy of the most recent edition of Wisconsin Snowmobile Laws.

Snowmobile Drag Races

Sunday, January 26 - Greenfield Park Lagoon

 

The Suburban Sno-Hawks Snowmobile Club is hosting Snowmobile Drag Races at Greenfield Park Lagoon on Sunday, January 26. This double elimination event will feature youth classes, vintage, stock, improved, modified and several other drag classes. Registration is open from 7:00am - 9:15am with races beginning at 10:00am.

 

Class entry fees are $25/class with the youth classes (200, 120 and Kitty Kats) will be $15/class.

 

For information call (414.379.2033 or visit suburbansnohawks.com or download the event flyer.

Snowmobilers donate funds

for life saving equipment

Snowmobilers from the Oconomowoc Throttle Jockeys, Lac La Belle Cooney Riders and Waukesha County Snowmobile Association presented a check for $3,083.60 to Chief Wallace and Officer Kassens from the Town of Oconomowoc Police Department so two automated external defibrillator units (AED units) could be purchased.

The police department's previous AED units had become outdated and it was necessary to have them replaced. The Oconomowoc Throttle Jockeys Snowmobile Club heard about the departments need and enlisted the help of the Lac La Belle Cooney Riders Snowmobile Club and the Waukesha County Snowmobile Association to ensure they were able to cover the costs of this life saving equipment.

Support Waukesha County's

Snowmobile Trail System

Purchase your WCSA Raffle Tickets Today!

You will have a chance to win one of the six fabulous prizes being raffled off in this year's annual raffle. A Triton snowmobile trailer model #XT11-101SQ courtesy of Triton Trailer Manufacturing, John Hartwig Motor Sports, Rob's Performance Motor Sports, Action Power Sports and Don & Roy's Motorsports with a retail value of $4,999 will be the top prize in this year's drawing. For more information view the entire prize list herecontact Andy at 262.424.5917 or any of our member clubs today! 

Where to purchase tickets
Tickets are available from any one of the 17
WCSA member clubs and these area businesses:

 

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Snowmobile Safety Classes

Classes hosted by Waukesha County Snowmobile Association member clubs

Do you know if you were born after January 1, 1985 and are at least 12 years old, you are required to have a snowmobile safety certificate in order to operate a snowmobile on public trails and areas in Wisconsin.

Visit our safety class page for more information.

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.

Youth Ride & Bonfire held each February