SNOWMOBILE SAFETY CLASS - WILL BE HELD DEC. 27 & 28
Class is open to those 12 yrs. and older. No Fee for the class
To register contact Merry - 715-543-2048 - Class fills up quickly Call Now
SNO SKEETERS SNOWMOBILE 2023 RAFFLE WINNERS
1st. Prize – 2023 Arctic Cat ZR 800
Rory Subler Lockport, IL
Ticket Sold by: Liberty Way Tap House
2nd. Prize - $500.00 Cash
Shawn Lauberdale Gary, IN
Ticket Sold by: Dave Zambon
3rd. Prize – Greer’s Pier - Pontoon Rental
Ralph Satzer Chilton, WI
Ticket Sold by: Pea Patch
Welcome to the home of the Sno-Skeeters! For info about our club and year-round events, just scroll down the page or click on a handy link. When sledding season is here, all it takes to join the fun is a $30 (per sled) Trail Pass HERE.
Become a Sno-Skeeters member HERE first, and those Trail Passes are just $10 (per sled) — a $20 savings!
(The snowmobile must be registered in Wisconsin to receive the discount.)
MW Sno Skeeters is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
2023 SNOSKEETER DUCK RACE WINNERS
1ST. PLACE - Alex Ahonen- Duck # 903
2ND. PLACE - Joe Schwartz - Duck # 468
3RD. PLACE - Eric Stransky- Duck # 641
4TH PLACE - Tim Klagos - Duck # 992
5TH PLACE - Judi Arnold- Duck # 334
6TH PLACE - Riley Monsan- Duck # 166
7TH PLACE - Erin & Shannon- Duck # 469
8TH PLACE- Brenda Schultz - - Duck # 98
9TH PLACE -Matt & April Blager- Duck # 630
10TH PLACE - Pam & Jerry Smith- Duck # 787
THANK YOU TO ALL FOR A GREAT 2023 RENDEZVOUS
The Skinny on
Welcome to Manitowish Waters, the jewel of the northwoods and your winter headquarters for sleddin' heaven! This is the land of the Sno-Skeeter — a more benign species than their summer cousins. Yes, they also enjoy buzzing around the woods, but these skeeters don't bite; they ride. And skip the repellant, because you'll actually want them around — the Sno-skeeters are some of the most pleasant critters on the planet, and their snowmobile trails are some of the best in Wisconsin. That's pretty much the motto of the Sno-Skeeter: Safe, fun, scenic sledding and the warmest welcomes in the snowy Northwoods — a tradition they've more than lived up to every single winter since 1968.