Welcome to our Official Club Web Site.
We are a non-profit coporation and our main emphasis is grooming Snowmobile Trails. Our meetings during the months of(Sept.-May) are the 2nd Monday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at the Sno-Devils Community Building in Elcho, WI.  Special meetings which are listed under activities and during the summer months(June-August) we don't have regular meetings.  Please see our trail conditions page for changing trail conditions.

 

The next meeting is January 13th 2020 at 7 p.m. at the Sno-Devils Community Building.

The Summit Lake Swamp is closed from intersection 46A to 48.  Open water,  will reopen when it freezes over.

The trail to Twin Oaks in Post Lake through the woods is closed.  It was closed by the landowner.  We can use Circle Drive to access Twin Oaks, turn off Clear Lake Rd onto Circle Drive.  Remember obey the speed limit and drive safe, as this route can be taken away.  Drive Safe and Have Fun!

Although the trails are opening again, please use caution as there will STILL be wet spots and do NOT cross lakes unless YOU know they are safe.

Langlade County Snowmobile Trail Opening
Date of Report: January 1, 2020

The Langlade County snowmobile trail system (Zones A & B) will open with restrictions at 8 a.m Thursday, January 2, 2020.
 
Several trail segments will remain closed until further notice due to storm debris from the July windstorm. 
 
These include the following trails between:
 
Intersection 49-58 (Elcho area)
Intersection 62-77 (Summit Lake to Pearson area)
Intersection 63-68 (Jack Lake area)
Intersection 101B- 98 (Lily Area)
 
Click here to view the segments that are closed.  Click here to download the 2019-2020 Langlade County Snowmobile map.

In addition, all lake trails in Langlade County remain closed until they are clearly marked by the local snowmobile club.

 
Numerous logging operations are ongoing throughout Langlade County, on both public and private lands. Please reduce speeds and use caution as these shared trails/roads will be plowed with occasional vehicular traffic.   Stretches of trail may be rough with standing water in low-lying areas. Riders are advised to stay on the marked trail. 
 
These trails will be open to ATV’s after January 9, 2020.  ATV’s are not allowed on snowmobile trails when the temperature is above 28° F.
 
UTV’s are not allowed on the Langlade County Snowmobile trail system. 
 
Langlade County Forestry Department


Langlade County Snowmobile Trails Closing
Trails will close December 27, 2019 at midnight.
Please watch for re-opening.

 

Membership renewals are to be received BEFORE October 31st.   We process them in batches as as large as possible due to transaction fees.   Please start sending in memberships renewals the month of September, renewals received after October 31st require a $3.00 late fee.  Your AWSC number/membership number doesn't change from year to year.   We won't be mailing membership cards separately as they will ALL expire at the same time now.  You can pay for your membership via the donation button on this web page,  please put all your membership info in the notes section of the donation and Please add $1.00 for transaction fees.

 

Click HERE to see some pictures of our grooming equipment.

One of our Club Members has a house on Bass Lake for rent, you can view the details here

 We are a 100% AWSC club, please visit their web site HERE to see what they do for us!

For info on the new Wisconsin Trail Pass click HERE .   This new program will put some much needed funds into our state snowmobile program fund and should attract some new members also. 

Last update 1/3/2020


Sno-Devils Snowmobile Club Inc.
P.O. Box 116

Summit Lake, WI.  54485
www.snodevils.org    snodevilsclub@gmail.com
Our trails have been great!   Please donate to help us buy a new Tucker! And keep our 2 other Tuckers running OR buy our volunteer drivers dinner. Or pay for a membership, please provide all the necessary information.
WE DO NOT SELL TRAIL PASSES!!!
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