Membership

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Safe snowmobiling is a priority, but there are many more reasons for you to join a club. Our meetings are held on the third Monday of each month, September through March at 7:30 PM. Locations vary and are announced prior to the meeting.

Membership dues are $25.00 for a single membership and $30.00 for a family membership, which includes all of your County and State dues. $12.00 of your annual dues is used to cover your A.W.S.C. yearly dues. This membership also allows you to purchase your yearly trail pass for $10.00.

If you're not able to come to the meetings, download and print out the membership application linked at the bottom of this page..

OR

Use the online membership button above and mail check to the address below.


Print and send this application and dues to us at:

Burlington Sno-Snoopers Snowmobile Club, Inc.

27511 Ketterhagen Rd.

Burlington, WI 53105

As a member of the Club, you will also be a member of the Racine County Alliance of Snowmobile Clubs, and the Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs (AWSC) Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs . The Racine County Club is your network into activities of all the snowmobile clubs in Racine County. Your affiliation on the State level will keep you informed of the legislation being considered by the State, and how your registration dollars are being used . You will also receive the Wisconsin Snowmobile News, a great publication which gives you information about clubs, legislation, environmental updates and more!

We work very closely with the landowners in this area to secure permission to develop, mark, maintain and keep safe the private trails. This is a time consuming and expensive purpose of any snowmobile club, but it is the main reason for our existence.

If you have questions about our Club, you can call Jim McBryde, Membership Chairperson at (262)514-4442 or

email him at snosnoopersmembership@gmail.com

Join a club NOW!!!

UNITED WE TRAIL, DIVIDED WE FAIL

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