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Sugar Camp, Wisconsin


Trail Report For: Sugar Camp - 01/23/2015

Reported By: sugar camp snowmobile club

Trail Report: Sugar Camp

Date of Report: 01/23/2015

Trail Conditions: Very Good

Snow Cover: 12″-15″

Area Report: The trails in sugar camp are holding up well and in very good condition. Some corners are starting to get icy so please use caution coming into them. There is a little snow in the forecast to freshen the trails up which will be greatly appreciated as there is some brown areas starting to appear in certain areas and corners so any snow we get will be great to whiten things up again as we have had very little new snow accumulations the past two weeks. Please use caution on trail 15S. In the area of camp four rd. as there is a 1/4 to1/2 mile swampy area that is not freezing up and groomers have not yet been able to get in there so please slow down in this area. It is a short section that has to be tolerated until we get some more cold to freeze everything up. We have tried to back in this area a little bit but due to to the weight of the groomer and narrow conditions it is hard to navigate groomer in this area. Hopefully we will be able to get in there soon.When crossing lakes please stay close to orange construction barrels as there are some slushy areas off the hard pack.Remember to support a club by throwing a little something in the jug to keep the trails in great shape and support the local businesses! Have a great ride!

News & Events: Sugar Camp Snowmobile Club annual ice fishing jamboree Saturday February 21st 2015 on sand lk. in sugar camp tournament starting at 7a.m. running to 2 p.m.

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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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