Lake Trail Update 2/10/2019

The Graceton Beach to Warroad trail got groomed on Friday --- with the exception of three miles east of Warroad -- a large crack was unsafe to cross with our groomer --- the Wheelers to Oak Island trail only got groomed to Knight Island -- with the changing temps a crack disallowed our groomed to get past it --- this will be hopefully groomed all the way to Oak Island by Tuesday --- warmer temps are coming which will make these crack move even more -- the River trail got groomed Saturday afternoon -

Snow depth on the lake is getting deeper! --- Blowing and drifting this past week has pushed depths up to well over a a foot to 18 inches or snow in spots ---

Trail base is well over 18 inches -

All lake trails are groomed with the exception of Knight Island to Oak Island -

Trails Conditions are good!

Lake/River Trail Update 01/31/2019

Today is Jan 31st - both the Wheelers to Oak Island and the Graceton Beach to Warroad trails are currently being groomed today!- The trail to Oak has seen lots of traffic - mostly fisherman -- only two cracks that you need to worry about -- the first one is just north of Pine Island about a mile -- and the second is just south of Knight Island -- as far as snowmobiles are concerned crossing these cracks is very easy -- The Warroad trail has a crack east of Warroad we have not been able to cross with our groomer - this crack is about 3 miles east of Warroad - Enjoy the weekend -- temps are on the rise!

Trail Update 12/31/2018

Nothing has been actually groomed yet, just dragging the grass down which fills in some holes but not very smooth out there yet. Need more snow to really get a nice grooming. Most of the swamp trails have been dragged down except the Floyd Olson and the John Beckel Northern Connection. More snow by Waskish (being dragged today) and Kelliher got three inches we need last night. Some places are really nice but be cautious because we just don’t have the snow to fill moguls and ditches yet.

Lake Trail Conditions - 3/20/2018

Lake trail conditions as of March 20th - the trail from Wheeler's to Oak is in ok shape, it is a little beat up from high traffic and the warm weather, the trail from Graceton Beach to Warroad is a little better shape but again the warm weather is certainly affecting the conditions. As of late last week we are done grooming all lake and river trails - warm weather is the main reason for use calling it a season - thanks and have a great summer!

Lake Trail Conditions - 3/5/2018

A crazy amount of traffic over the weekend has lake trails in tough shape - not only the swelled number of snowmobilers due to the Snowmobile Rally at the Northwest Angle but the seasonal increase of portable fisherman pulling sleds to the Knight Island and Bridges area. Looks like we will dodge most of the snow this week --- and the temps will stay cool enough for us to groom during the day - our plan is to groom all the lake trails and the river later in the week....Thursday or Friday.


Enjoy the last couple of weeks of riding!!

Lake Trail Conditions - 02/27/2018

Both Wheeler's to Oak Island and Graceton Beach to Warroad was last groomed on Thursday Feb. 22nd - we typically try and groom each week either Thursday or Friday depending on the weather - late in the week as possible to make sure the trail is in its best possible condition for the weekend. With the recent snow fall the trail is a little choppy, we plan to get things groomed up this coming Thursday - temps are supposed to be warmer this weekend so expect LOTS of traffic which means the trail will certainly take a beating! Like each year late February and March the lake trails see the highest rate of travel, trail conditions change quite often.