Minnesota Snowmobile Vacation

Located in and around Breezy Point, Minnesota, in the heart of Minnesota's Lake Country, are hundreds of miles of interconnected trails that pass through some of the most beautiful winter landscapes you could ever imagine--through forests and grasslands, over lakes and around picturesque streams. This trail system is one great reason to plan a Minnesota snowmobile vacation.

Twelve snowmobile clubs make up the Crow Wing County Snowmobile Association in the Lakes Area of central Minnesota near Breezy Point. This group of dedicated individuals has been instrumental in creating one of the most spectacular trail systems you'll ever experience.

These twelve clubs combine to maintain 1000 miles of the excellent trail system that draws visitors from around the world to experience the beauty of Minnesota winters. These snowmobile clubs are made up of hundreds of active volunteers who clear and maintain trails, drive and maintain grooming equipment, create the CWCSTA trail map each year, work with landowners, the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and other local government agencies to promote the sport of snowmobiling within the area.

The trails are color coded to simplify travel, and they pass through communities where there is easy access to retailers for gas, service, food, lodging and supplies. One such community is Breezy Point, located on the shores of Pelican Lake.

In addition to great access to the trails, the Breezy Point community is home to a number of exciting Minnesota winter events and activities suitable for any type of traveler from individuals to families to large groups.

There is no need to worry about not having a snowmobile of your own because rentals area available to allow you to experience the sport. Gliding along the groomed and well-marked trails is a great adventure for every member of the family. You could ride for days and never cover the entire 1200 miles of interconnected trails that begin at the door of your accommodations!

Information on trail conditions and trail maps can be obtained at most area retailers, Chambers, resorts and online. In fact, the DNR has recently set-up an interactive snowmobile trail map and downloadable GPS background maps site at to assist visitors in exploring the extensive trail systems. You will also find information on all kinds of special events and activities to add to your experience while in the area.

It is important to note that a Snowmobile State Trail Sticker is required in the state for snowmobiles not registered in Minnesota. They may be obtained online or at local area businesses.

It's a great time of year to celebrate the outdoors--just another of Minnesota's Fabulous Four Seasons!

Article Source: Bonnie_Tweed

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