UPDATE, Feb. 11 2019: At the request of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Polk County has closed the Stower Seven Lakes Trail to snowmobiles.

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As of 12/13/18 the Stower Seven Lakes Trail includes snowmobile use and will open to snowmobiles on Thursday, February 7th at noon. 

Please remember when using the trails it is your responsibility to stay on the trail. Many of our trails cross private property, and we appreciate the easements granted by these generous landowners. It only takes one person to have the entire trail system shut down. NO OFF TRAIL USE IS ALLOWED.

Polk County welcomes you to enjoy winter with us. Polk County is home to over 360 miles of groomed snowmobile trails ranging from remote trails to the Gandy Dancer Trail. These trails offer breathtaking winter vistas as they pass through the forest and farms of Polk County. Enjoy the hospitality of the communities and business along the way. Most provide lodging, dining, fuel and other necessities for your snowmobiling pleasure.

State Trail Passes:

A Wisconsin trail pass is required for all snowmobiles. An annual Wisconsin Resident Trail Pass is $30 or $10 for snowmobile club members & AWSC club. A non-resident annual trail passes is $50. Snowmobile registration is $30 for 3 years. For more information or becoming a club member contact https://www.awsc.org/Trail-Pass-Registration. For DNR information on snowmobiling registration visit http://dnr.wi.gov/permits/snowtrailpass.htm

 

 

 

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