Welcome to the Manitowish Waters Sno-Skeeters Snowmobile Club Online
Manitowish Waters has many things to offer when it comes to outdoor recreation. One of the most exciting times of the year for us is Winter. Our trails are some of the best in Wisconsin.
If you are planning a trip to Northern Wisconsin this winter it is imperative that you snowmobile in and around Manitowish Waters!
We hope this site will assist you planning your snowmobiling trip. Its something you'll remember for years to come.
Snowmobile Trail Pass
Effective July 1,m 2015
New Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources snowmobile registration requirements and fees.
See attached PDF documents for information and forms.
Trail Pass Info - TrailPass2015.pdf
Trail Pass Form - TrailPass2015_Form.pdf
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2015 WINTER RAFFLE WINNERS:
1ST: ERIC WESTERHOFF OF WESTERN SPRINGS IL
2ND: BUDDY CUFF OF MANITOWISH WATERS
3RD: DENNIS & LEENY LERCH OF POYNETTE WI.
Manitowish Waters Sno-Skeeters Back Jack
Manitowish Water Sno-Skeeters are Proud to Back Jack. The I Back Jack Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose goal is to promote awareness of childhood cancer and to push for treatment design specifically for the treatment of children suffering from cancer.
Jack was an amazing boy whose family has significant ties to the Manitowish Waters area. Unfortunately Jack lost his battle with Cancer this fall. In Honor of Jacks memory The Manitowish Waters Sno-Skeeters have chosen to incorporate the I Back Jack logo with their own on our Tucker Trail Groomer.
For more information about I Back Jack and how you can support this organization please visit their website. http://ibackjack.org
2014 RAFFLE SLED WINNER
Pictured Left to Right: LuAnn Smit (raffle coordinator), Marty Vehrs, Jayne Vehrs (Raffle Winner) Dave De Wolf (Ron Hallstrom Sport Marine)
CAUTION: TRAIL PIG X-ING
If you encounter this pig while out on the trails, please feed it. Previously thought to be a docile creature, it has been known to devour snowmobilers in one bite when hungry. It feeds on one dollar bills but has been known to have an appetite for larger bills. Its meals go directly toward maintaining our trail system. The pig can be found at most pit stops. Thank you for your support.