Hodag Sno-Trails, a 501(c)(3), non-profit, volunteer organization, and Rhinelander's original snowmobile club, has built and maintains over 140 miles of scenic, adventurous trails. The Hodag's own and operate 3 pieces of grooming equipment: 2 PistenBullys and 1 Fendt tractor. Our Trail Boss Drags put the finishing touch on our beautiful trails.

   The trails link Rhinelander, the "hub" of snowmobiling, with the following areas: Tomahawk, Lake Tomahawk, Minocqua, St. Germain, Eagle River, Three Lakes, Sugar Camp, Monico, Crandon, Pelican Lake, and Antigo.

We appreciate your support! Special thanks to our sponsors and land owners!

Our Groomer Barn is located at 4501 County Hwy C, Rhinelander, WI 54501

Our Mailing Address is P.O. Box 621, Rhinelander, WI 54501


2023 Annual Landowner Appreciation Dinner will be Saturday April 15th, 2023 at 5pm at Cabaret Cove, Rhinelander.  Please RSVP by April 1st, 2023.  Landowners, please RSVP to our Land Use Administrator, Jennifer.  Members, please RSVP to our Secretary, Tracey.  Follow us on Facebook for more details.

Next Meeting is at Pizza Haven on Tuesday April 18th, 2023 at 6:30pm.

Snowmobile and outdoor enthusiasts (of both loud and silent sports) please take a moment to complete this survey about outdoor recreation in Oneida County. Residents, visitors, and landowners (with or without a dwelling) are all encouraged to participate in the County's survey. The
survey deadline is coming up on April 9th, 2023. Survey's like the one below are vital to state and federal funding of the various trails, parks, and outdoor recreation spaces in the County.

TRAILS ARE OPEN BUT WILL OFFICIALLY CLOSE FOR THE 2022-2023 SEASON ON MONDAY MARCH 27TH, 2023.  Together with the Oneida County Forestry Department and the Oneida County Snowmobile Council, Hodag Sno-Trails reminds all riders to practice extreme safety when using the trails.  Please know before you go, ride right, and slow down at night.  Please be mindful of crews out working the trails and yield to all groomers.  Remember, the use of the trails is a privilege not a right.  For additional trail conditions please visit snowtracks.com and follow us on Facebook.

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