All snowmobile trails in Vilas County, including the Frosty Snowmobile Club trails, will close for the season at 11:59 PM on March 31, 2023. Thank you for another great season. Thank you to our 300+ members and to all riders for supporting our business sponsors, and thanks to the people who coordinate club activities and maintain our 45 miles of trails.
Frosty Snowmobile Club Reflects on a Fantastic Season
Frosty Snowmobile Club President, Phil Mendham, reflects on the efforts of the club to maintain the “Top Trails at the Top of Wisconsin”, promote safety and boost club membership this past season. Check out the article posted on WJFW’s site.
Land O’ Lakes Earns 2023 Snowmobile Friendly Community Award
Land O’ Lakes received recognition as a 2023 Snowmobile Friendly City from the Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs. Thanks to Jackie and Bob Spiotto for spearheading this effort!!! Congrats to our neighbors in Phelps on earning the same award this year.
2023 Frosty Club Radar Run Winners
Congratulations to the winners in this year’s Radar Run at Bent’s Camp, benefitting the Frosty Club. NOTE: The track was shortened to 660′ this year because of icy conditions. For complete results in each class, please check out our Facebook post. If you’re interested in seeing pictures from this epic event, check out this Facebook post. Thank you to Bent’s Camp for being a Frosty Club Platinum Sponsor and for hosting this annual event!
Take the Pledge to 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. Show your commitment to riding on the trails by taking the Snowmobiler’s pledge at https://snowmobilerspledge.com/.
Ride Right, Ride Safe!
Each year we are seeing more traffic on snowmobile trails in northern Wisconsin and the UP. Do your part to stay safe on the trails by riding on the right side of the trail at all times. Riding on the right side of the trail is required by law in Wisconsin and Michigan.