Trail Safety

Ride Safely on Frosty Club Trails


Snowmobile Safety Course

Remember, It’s the law! If you were born on or after Jan. 1, 1985, and are at least age 12, you must complete a snowmobile safety certification course to operate a snowmobile on Wisconsin public snowmobile trails and areas. 

The Frosty Club hosts a ONE-DAY Snowmobile Safety Course annually in the week between Christmas and New Years. The course is held at the Land O’ Lakes Town Hall.

You can search for safety classes and/or enroll a student online through https://gowild.wi.gov/. You will need to log in through the DNR account of the person you interested in enrolling. No DNR number? You can create an account here: https://gowild.wi.gov/customers/profile/new. Once logged into the DNR’s site, click to Manage Safety Education and search for courses in Vilas County. You’ll see the Land O’ Lakes course and will see other offerings throughout the snowmobile season as well.

Check the Events page or on our website for details about this year’s Snowmobile Safety Course. For any questions about the class in Land O’ Lakes, please contact Sarah Outman at sarah.lipa@gmail.com.


Snowmobile Safety for All Riders

We encourage you to view the Vilas County Snowmobile Trail Alliance trail safety video.

Above all, Ride Right, Stay on Marked Trails and Ride Safely.

Stay on the Trails

Take the pledge to stay on the Frosty Club trails to respect the landowners who allow us to enjoy marked trails that cross their private property. Your use of the trails on private land is a privilege, not a right. Stay on marked trails at all times. View the video below and join the many riders who have taken the pledge.


Know Before You Go – Snowmobile Regulations

Wisconsin Snowmobile Regulations

Michigan Snowmobile Regulations