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Sugar Camp, Wisconsin

Trail Report For: Sugar Camp - 03/08/2016

Trail Report: Sugar Camp

Reported By: sugar camp snowmobile club

Date of Report: 03/08/2016

Trail Conditions: Trails Closed

Snow Cover: 0

Area Report: Another snowmobile season is coming to an end.TRAILS IN ONEIDA COUNTY WILL CLOSE FOR THE SEASON WEDNESDAY MARCH 9th 2016 at 8 a. m. with surrounding counties closing by the end of the week. A big thank you to all snowmobilers for coming out and riding on our cut short season due to mother nature bringing not much snow and warm temperatures lately.This will be the last report from the Sugar Camp Snowmobile Club for this season. Always remember to support a club year round!! United We Trail Divided Fail!

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Snowmobiling Information

Sugar Camp Snowmobile Club was awarded the Best Trails of the year for the 2005-2006 season. This award is presented by the Oneida county forester John Bilogan and is given each year to the club that has the best trail maintenance program.

We have approximately 80 miles of trails with two full time groomers known as our mogul patrol. Our trail system starts at the southern most part at Cross Country Road were we link up with the Hodags of Rhinelander and goes as far north as HWY 70 were we meet Headwaters Trails of Eagle River. We border Three Lakes Trails system on the east at Thunder Lake and meet the BO Boen club of St. Germain on the west side of town at Dam Lake.

Here is a list of stops along our trail system that offer things such as fine breakfasts, hand made pizzas, burgers, the best char broiled steaks in the north woods, refreshments, lodging, snowmobile accessories, and gas.

Starting on the north end of town and moving south, Knockers Bar and Deli, Pitliks Sand Beach Resort, Kathan Inn, White Stag Inn, Moondance Bar & Grill, Rummy’s Bar, Gator’s Landing, The Cookery, The HUH Bar & Resort, Runnings Yamaha, Running’s Bar, Sugar Camp Midway, Cross Country Bar & Grill.

Please remember to respect our trail system and stay on marked trails. Our sport is under the spotlite so be sure to leave a good impression.

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