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Wonderland Sno-Trails

Become a Member

Why join a club?
• Comradery with other snowmobile riders
• Discounted trail passes for your WI registered snowmobiles
• Support the organization that maintains the trails you ride

Meat Raffles

Every Sunday from 4 – 6 pm, Wonderland Sno-Trails holds a Meat Raffle at The 10th Hole (7768 Co Rd U, Danbury). No meat raffle on Easter or Christmas week.

Click below to learn more or sign up to volunteer.

Order Wonderland Merchandise

Members - show your pride with clothing items, hats or ball caps and other items like our popular insulated tumblers with the Wonderland Snowmobile or Groomer logos.

Fulfilled locally by Red Fox Creations.


Saturday, June 15, 2024

Summer Picnic, 1-4 pm

Archie & Arthur's Icehouse

29460 CCC Rd, Danbury, WI, USA

Monday, September 16, 2024

Member Meeting, 6pm
Director Meeting, 5pm


Pictures from Trail Appreciation Event

What's New?

Mark your calendar - our Summer Picnic is Saturday, June 15th. 

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Your membership runs 7/1 to 6/30, renew now  or join us as a new member!  Any signups entered now will be effective thru 6/30/25.

Wonderland Merchandise

Check out our Wonderland Merchandise (choose "Shop" from the menu above).   The jackets  (unisex or ladies) are a great mid-weight jacket.  Quarter-zips (mens or ladies) continue to be popular, along with the new ladies puffy vest - which is great for adding a warm layer when riding!

T-shirts are great for summer, with unisex and ladies styles (scoop neck or v-neck).   Check out the great colors available!

Remember, you earn $50 to spend on Wonderland Merchandise for every 6 meat raffles you work

Bring a new member and be eligible for a special prize drawing!


Music by

Blake Zak



Wonderland Summer Picnic


June 15th

1-4 pm

Archie & Arthur's Icehouse

29460 CCC Rd, Danbury

Renew your membership now:

(or see Membership page for other options)

Free to all new or existing members

Fall Trail Clean-up

October is trail clean-up month - to get our trails ready for snowmobiling.  With all the trails we maintain, extra hands make all the difference!  

Volunteers cover a particular section of trail, clearing trees and brush that are on the trail.  

Text Lowell at 651-261-4927 if you can help or to report any issues (downed trees, etc).  

If you have pictures from fall trail clean-up efforts, please email to so they can be included on this page.


Can I drive on the trail?

While doing trail clean-up, volunteers are allowed to use a vehicle or ATV on the trails.

Can I work on the trail section that's near me?

YES!  Reach out to Lowell to find out what sections have already been covered.

Can I just go work on a trail section without contacting Lowell?  

Please reach out to Lowell first, so he's not assigning someone else to do that section (and so you can be included in the volunteer dinner in December!)