Wisconsin's Strong, Independent Snowmobile Program

Trail passes for the 2016-2017 season will be available
to order starting July 1, 2016.


Nomination requirements and forms for "of-the-year" awards can be found under Clubs>Of The Year Awards

Note all  "of-the-year" nominations must be received by the AWSC office by 3pm, June 13, 2016 to be eligible.


AWSC Vintage/History Committee

The AWSC Vintage/History Committee is looking for historical information about your club.  This Committee has been given the task of collecting history from snowmobiling in the state of Wisconsin. One of the goals of this Committee is to assist the vintage snowmobiling enthusiast and to collect and share information about the snowmobile clubs of Wisconsin.  To read more about this committee and this task, click here

In the future, all the snowmobile clubs in the state will receive information and a form asking for information about their clubs. To download a copy of the type of information we're looking for, please click here.


AWSC Scholarships

Scholarship awards were presented at the Convention banquet on Saturday evening:

  • $1,500 AWSC Scholarship          
         Janice Conlon, Silver Creek Sno-Odders/FDL Youth Snow Slingers

  • $1,000  AWSC Scholarship & Liberty Mutual Insurance    
         Emma Granger, Oakdale Area Snowmobile Assn

  • $1,000 AWSC Scholarship & American Income Life Insurance    
         Ally Magnin, Oconto Falls Sno Jokers

  • $1,000  AWSC Continuing Education Scholarship    
         Erica Keehn, Sundowners Snowmobilers


AWSC Raffle


                  1st Prize – $10,000 – Tim Baker from Delevan, WI

                  2nd Prize -$2500 – Brian Larson from South Wayne, WI

                  3rd Prize - $1000 – Don Sukala & Joe Brown from Delevan, WI

                  4th Prize – Cable Resort Getaway – Winfield Wildcat SC – from Sauk County

                  5th Prize – Connie Verjinsky from WI Rapids


AWSC Mission Statement

The mission of the AWSC is to provide information, direction, education, and resources to our members, and member clubs to promote, improve, and preserve safe responsible snowmobiling throughout Wisconsin, the snow belt states and the international snowmobile community.

Wisconsin, well-known for its pristine snowmobile trail system, is regarded as one of the top three snowmobiling destinations nationwide.  These trails are made possible though the volunteer efforts of snowmobilers who are members of an AWSC club.  These club volunteers have the responsibility of securing trail easements, placing necessary signage on the trails, brush, groom and maintain trail grooming equipment.  Without the AWSC club volunteers, Wisconsin's system would not exist. 

By belonging to an AWSC snowmobile club, you are helping to keep the sport strong by having your legislative voice heard at the Capitol in Madison as well as in Washington, DC.  In addition, your membership fees enable the clubs to continue to improve their trail system which benefits local economies as well as Wisconsin's tourism economy.


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Special Offer from SnowGoer magazine

As a supporter of the AWSC, you are eligible for an exclusive SnowGoer offer of a one-year subscription for only $10.  You save 40% off the regular subscription rate. Best of all, for every subscription, SnowGoer will give $5 to AWSC!  This offer must be redeemed by February 1, 2016.  To download the offer, please click here.

WI Trail Pass

You are able to order your trail pass four ways:  online, call the AWSC office, walk in to the AWSC office or mail your order form to the AWSC office.  Each sled operating in WI will be required to display a Wisconsin trail pass to be purchased annually.

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Looking to join a snowmobile club? We have a complete list of clubs by county. Simply click on the county.

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AWSC Sponsors

Please patronize our 1,200+ commercial sponsors. For a complete listing, please click here.

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