There are currently 4 snowmobile clubs responsible for grooming and maintaining the trails in Calumet County. Calumet Sno-Trails grooms and maintains over 125 miles of these trails. Zone 1 North of hwy 10 is groomed by Fox Valley Sno Riders. In zone 2, east of hwy 57, North of PP, and North of Center Rd is maintained by the Deer Run Sno-Riders. ZONES 3, 4, 5 are taken care of by Calumet Sno-Trails. Zone 6 is shared as well, South of 151 and East of County G is maintained by Kiel Snowmobile clubs.
In an attempt to save the snowmobile trail base during the upcoming warm weather.
All snowmobile trails in Calumet County will close at 6:00 a.m. on Monday, February 22nd, 2021.
The future of private and public snowmobile trails in Calumet County depends largely upon the willingness of property owners to permit snowmobiling on their lands THOSE WHO DO NOT STAY OFF THE TRAILS ARE TRESPASSING AND MAY BE PROSECUTED.
Riders should check our 24-hour information line for up-to-date reports (920) 849-1494
2021 Don Ruhland Scholarship Criteria and Application Directions
The calumet Sno-Trails Youth Riders is pleased to offer a scholarship to a 2021 high school gradationing senior, who is actively involved in snowmobiling OR Continuing Education for a Calumet Sno-Trails member. Available this year will be a $500 Don Ruhland Memorial Scholarship.
Applicants must be an individual member or a son/daughter or legal ward of a family, having a current season membership to Calumet Sno-Trails with two consecutive seasons of prior membership. He/she is further required to have passed the snowmobile safety course. You may download the complete application from the Calumet Sno-Trails website or you may call, text or email Tim Gambsky, 920-378-0104, TGambsky@Gmail.com, to have one mailed to you.
Completed applications must be typed or neatly handwritten in black ink and sent to Tim Gambsky, W3635 Killsnake Rd Chilton WI 53014, by March 1, 2021. The application may be mailed, hand delivered or emailed to TGambsky@Gmail.com. Emailed applications must be submitted as one (1) complete PDF file document, this includes all pages and transcript. Front cover Informational page. Applications not received by the deadline will be disqualified and returned.
A complete scholarship Application includes;
1. Front cover informational page – Please include page count for total packet.
2. Student activity profile
3. A six-semester transcript (we do not take in to consideration your grades. We only check for graduating or enrollment status).
4. A type/written (300-word or less) essay on “what Snowmobiling means to Me”.
5. A separate (150 – word or less) answer to the question, “Name one challenge you foresee Calumet Sno-Trails encountering. How and what solution would you seek to overcome this challenge?”
For both essays use one-sided pages only, and include your name and page number on the top of each page with the word count at the end of the essay.
Recommendations are not required but may be included. Incomplete applications will be disqualified.
All decisions of Calumet Sno trails Youth Committee are final, Winner and non-winners will be notified via email. Public recognition of the winner will be made at the calumet Sno-trails Raffle March 13, 2021.
If you are interested in joining Calumet Sno-Trails, download the membership registration form. Please fill out and mail to the address listed.
By joining a club you are also a member of the AWSC, which includes the following benefits:
For more information on the AWSC, please click on the link below.
Snowmobile club neighbors:
County contact numbers:
|Fond du Lac||920-929-6840|
Please contact us with any questions or concerns. We’d love to hear from you!
|President - Dan Woelfel||920-378-0713|
|Vice President -Nathon Hacker||920-418-4680|
|Secretary - Lisa Herrick||920-810-2970|
|Treasurer - Janet Karls|