CASH raffle tickets
Cash raffle tickets are now available! Unfortunately the raffle rules do not allow us to send them out to you. If you would like some please send a check with a note on how many you would like and how you would like us to confirm with you, phone or email.
Clam Lake Forest Riders
P.O. Box 11
Clam Lake, WI 54517
We will also have them available at Ransom’s Place. This is our only fundraiser this year!!
The Clam Lake Forest Riders Welcome You!
Clam Lake, Wisconsin offers some of the best snowmobile trails in Wisconsin and the Midwest. The Clam Lake Forest Riders Snowmobile Club is actively involved in maintaining, grooming and promoting our local trails! We invite you to join and support our local snowmobile club! See you on the trails!
Help Support the Clam Lake Forest Riders!
To Join the Clam Lake Forest Riders Snowmobile Club Contact:
Tom McDonnell 715-794-2754 or click here for membership form.
Clam Lake Forest Riders Snowmobile Club News & Events
CLFR T-shirts ($20-$22) and Hats ($15) Available for Purchase at Ransom’s Place in downtown Clam Lake.
Clam Lake Forest Rider Merchandise Available
Clam Lake, Wisconsin Snowmobile Trails
Snowmobile Trails #8 and #9A – The Jack Dudley Memorial Trail
The Chequamegon National Forest has hundreds of miles of trails that are groomed on a weekly basis. These trail systems interconnect with Bayfield County, Ashland County, Sawyer County and Price County snowmobile trails and the Tri-County system, increasing the options and miles available for the avid snowmobiler! These well groomed trails connect Clam Lake with Hayward, Hurley, Lake Namakagon, Cable and Ashland making Clam Lake the ideal base camp for a Northern Wisconsin snowmobile vacation!
Our local snowmobile club does its part by grooming and maintaining trails #8 and #9A in the Clam Lake area.
Ride the Clam Lake, WI Area Snowmobile Trails
Tucked in the middle of Northern Wisconsin’s Chequamegon National Forest is a little slice of the Northwoods called Clam Lake. This area is blessed with some of the best snowmobile trails in the entire State.
The Clam Lake Forest Riders Snowmobile Club works diligently to promote snowmobiling in the Clam Lake Area of Northern Wisconsin and to maintain Trail 9A leading to this part of the Chequamegon Forest.
TRAIL PASS REQUIREMENTS
Effective July 1, 2015, new legislation has expanded the snowmobile trail pass requirement to include snowmobiles registered in Wisconsin and increased the nonresident snowmobile trail pass fee. Beginning with the 2015-16 snow season, all snowmobiles operating on a Wisconsin snowmobile trail or corridor must display a valid snowmobile trail pass whether registered in Wisconsin or another state. For more details, please visit our trail pass info web page.