Snowmobiling on the great Northern Michigan trails is definitely on of the greatest and most exciting winter sports!
(pic taken on Cadillac Trail on December 21, 2012)
Adventure seekers will love to explore the greater Cadillac area via snowmobile. This opportunity is perfect for the family or for groups that want an exciting vacation!
Our trail system is exceptional and well groomed! The Cadillac area has a vast trail system that spreads through the Huron Manistee National Forest with over 200 miles of groomed trails.
We have area snowmobile trail reports, maps, rental outlets, information and all of the equipment that you need for your next snowmobile vacation! See below for links!
Snowmobile Related Activities
Come Ride with the Cadillac Winter Warriors
Kids SnowCross Races—January 19, 10am - Promoting snowmobiling to the future generations. A warm up to the NASF. Racers will enjoy a snowcross style course, consisting of curves and moguls. Snowmobiles 120cc and under, classes will be STOCK and MODIFIED, 12 and younger. Registration begins at 8am day of the race. Location: Coyote Crossings Resort
Snowmobile Safety Week—January 14—21 - we will highlight safety tips throughout the week to ensure safe passage by riders, trail pedestrians and traveling public.
Labatt Pond Hockey on Lake Cadillac—January 26-27, (ok, not snowmobile related, but lots of fun!!)
North American Snow Festival— Jan 31 - Feb 2 - Chili Cook-Off, Miss NASF, Fun Run, Lake Races, Kids Races, Antique Snowmobile Show, Safari Run, Ice Fishing Tournament, Speed Fishing Tournament, Polar Dip, Parade of Lights, Snow Shoeing, Cross Country Skiing, and an opportunity to win $5,000 in cash prizes by buying a participation button.
Take a Friend Snowmobiling— February 11-17- the entire week dedicated to taking friends for a snowmobile ride that have not yet partaken in this great outdoor pasttime!
Please remember to ride responsibly! We want everyone to stay on the trails, don't speed, and to watch out for your fellow Snowmobilers! Trail conditions change day to day; make sure to visit our Trail Report for updated news of the winter weather!