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Markesan Sno-Drifters

FOR UP-TO-THE-MINUTE TRAIL STATUS,

CALL: 920-294-3220

for a recorded message of Green Lake County trails.

Current Trail Conditions

Markesan Sno-Drifter trails are currently 

CLOSED for the Season

SNOWMOBILE SAFETY COARSE - OCT 27th, 28th & NOV 3rd

The law reads; any person who is at least 12 years of age and who was born on or after January 1, 1985 is required to possess a valid snowmobile safety certificate in order to operate a snowmobile on public trails, lands and frozen waters.

The course will be at the Markesan Elementary School Monday Oct. 27 & 28 and Nov. 3. from 5:30-8:30pm. All 3 nights are required and a written test passed to receive your certificate.
Call 920-398-2720 in the evenings to find out more info and to
register for the course.

4/12/14 - Markesan Sno-Drifters Snowmobile trails are CLOSED

Well, another snowmobiling season has come to an end, BUT, the Sno-Drifters season hasn't.

Come support our summer events:

Sunday May 18th, 2014 - 5th Annual Car & Vintage Snowmobile Show

Summer Steak Frys - Vandys Lakeside Pub:

June 16th

July 21st

August 18th 

Have a Great Summer.

Grooming Status

grooming status only as current as reported to the website

3/4/14 - Trail 44  & Corridor 9 - from Markesan east to Fairwater continuing on to Brandon Rd.

3/4/14 - Trail 44  & Corridor 9 - from Markesan north to Hwy 23.


2/10/14 - Trails 73 south - Markesan to Manchester to Columbia County line.


2/7/14 - Trail 73 - from Markesan west to Big Green Lake and Trail 73 - Marquette, Kingston & Manchester.

2/11/14 - Trail A - from Markesan south to Hwy AW.

See you soon.

Come ride the scenic trails of south central Wisconsin, in Green Lake County. The Markesan Sno-Drifters maintain & groom approximately 50 miles of scenic trails, 23 miles of which being Wisconsin State Corridor #9. In addition, we also groom approximately 18 miles of adjoining clubs trails for a total of 68 miles of scenic riding, with a vast variety of trails ranging from woods, meadows, marsh, & fields. Although snow conditions can be varied, when conditions are good, our trails are great !

So leave the heavy trail traffic behind, and come ride the lesser-known beauty of Green Lake County, and the trails of "The Markesan Sno-Drifters".

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