Trails are now OPEN — Dec 18, 2022

All Polk county snowmobile trails were open at 6:00am on Sunday, December 18. Lake crossings are NOT safe! Do not cross any lakes. There may still be downed trees and branches on some trails. Please help clear branches/brush from trails. Please open gates if needed. Ride with CAUTION and stay on marked trails.

Trails Closed – February 7, 2022

The warm weather has forced Polk County to close the snowmobile trails at midnight on February 7. There is no significant snow in the forecast for the foreseeable future, so we need everyone to do a snow dance. Please respect our land owners and DO NOT RIDE the closed trails. To keep current on trailContinue reading “Trails Closed – February 7, 2022”

Trails reopened – January 24, 2022

Polk County snowmobile trails are now open . . . with the exception of Zone A, West of the Gandy Dancer Trail (towards Eureka and Cushing) which remains closed.  Please see the Polk County Trail Tracker interactive trail map for details. Ride safe and remember to respect our landowners by staying on the markedContinue reading “Trails reopened – January 24, 2022”

Minutes – Jan 2022

Officers:   President: Jason Rochel (2023), Vice President: Joey Gaffney (2022), Secretary: Kylie McNutt (2023), Treasurer: Katrina Harvey (2022) Board of Directors:  Douglas Kromrey, Jeff Cruse, Kevin McNutt, Frank Sommerfeldt Centuria Trail Bosses:  Joey Gaffney, Jason Rochel Council Rep:  Jake Weiderin, Douglas Kromrey __________________________________________________________________ *Meeting called to order on 1/11/22, 7:00 pm at McKenzie LanesContinue reading “Minutes – Jan 2022”

Respect Trail Closures & Stay on Trails!

It’s so exciting when we get our first snow of the year. It’s a good time to review what riding is allowed when our trails are closed and when our trails are open: How to determine if the trails are open or closed – Simply check the State’s Snow Report Website: When trails areContinue reading “Respect Trail Closures & Stay on Trails!”