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SNO-GLIDER TRAIL CONDITIONS

Sno-Glider Trails are only open December 15 thru March 15
as long as there is AT LEAST 4" of snow on them!

Tri-County Snowmobile Trail Maps are available for a $1 donation:

Maps are on sale in Winnebago at Mobil, Subway, Toni's of Winnebago and the Harvest Restaurant west of Winnebago on Hwy 20. They are also available in Seward at the gas station.

For "Park & Ride" locations that are on the snowmobile trail:

Harvest Restaurant at Conger Rd. and Hwy 20 just 4 miles West of Winnebago Corners will allow you to park your vehicle and snowmobile trailer on the west side of their lot on Conger Rd. Trail is on East side of Harvest.

You can park in the parking lot at the Northeast corner of Hoisington Rd. and Hwy 20 just 3 miles West of Winnebago corners. Trail runs along side of parking lot.

You may also park on Kasch Dr next to the Family Dollar Store In Winnebago. The trail runs along north side of the store.

SUPPORT YOUR SPORT!!!

Please Join A Snowmobile Club 

THE TRAILS

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For Winnebago Sno-Glider and other Tri-County Alliance Snowmobile Club Trail Conditions click here: Trail Conditions

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The Winnebago Sno-Gliders Snowmobile Club Meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month,
September through March at various locations in or near Winnebago at 7:00 pm. Check Events page for meeting location.

To Contact Us By Mail:
Winnebago Sno-Gliders
PO Box 326
Winnebago, IL 61088

E-Mail:

mailto:winnebagosnogliders@hotmail.com 

Please stay between the markers!!!

There are many hazards out there that are very near the trails. We mark around holes, ruts, rocks, trees, fences and any other obstacles that we cannot move. If you ride outside of the marked trails you risk hitting one of these hazards. Also we lose land every year because of people riding off the trails. The landowners let us use their land. Lets ride where they want us to, so we may keep riding there!



Make sure to give the Groomer Drivers a"Thumbs Up" when you see them.
They could be out there riding like you, but instead they're out there making sure you have a much smoother ride!




STAY ON THE MARKED TRAILS,
RESPECT THE LANDOWNERS
AND RIDE SAFE!