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Dane County Parks

Information for Snowmobilers

two snowmobilersDane County is well known as a winter destination for Midwest snowmobilers.  There are over 500 miles of snowmobile trails throughout the county that will lead you over and through picturesque hills and valleys, linking to a statewide trail network. The Snowmobile Trail System is made possible by the generosity of private landowners. The trails are only open for snowmobiling and snowmobilers are reminded to stay on marked trails at all times.

Dane County Parks makes the official announcement when trails will open within the County. For trails to be open there must be at least 6 inches of snow with steady below freezing temperatures and all Dane County and WDNR agreements must be in place. Notification is provided by press release, 24/7 Trails Information Line (608) 242-4576 and on the main Dane County Parks website. Trail Information is generally updated at 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

For up-to-date information on trail closures and conditions visit our Closures & Trail Conditions webpage or call the 24/7 Trails Information Line (608) 242-4576.

Snowmobile Trail Map and Data

View snowmobile trails on our online mapping application, Land & Water Resources Viewer.  Click on the button below to open the application, click the Layers icon in upper right (2nd one in), scroll down to the Parks & Recreation section and check the box to the left of Snowmobile Trails or Snowmobile Trail Regions.

Land & Water Resources Viewer     Official Map (2019-2022) 

Snowmobile Trail GPS Data (.kmz format) - data is compatible with many different GPS software products or can be converted to other formats. Please note that this information is to be used for reference purposes only. Dane County does not guarantee the accuracy of the material contained herein and is not responsible for any misuse or misrepresentation of this information or its derivatives.

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