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Things to Know


Trail passes are $10 each (compared to $30each if you are not a member of the moonriders or another AWSC affiliated club.) Simply go to awsc.org, click on the trail pass link and the form for purchasing your passes will load. Note: you will need the  snowmobile registration # for each sled you plan to purchase a pass for as well as well as your AWSC I.D. # (which can be found on the your yellow membership card from the AWSC , or on the mailing label of the Wisconsin Snowmobiler magazine that you receive as an AWSC and Moonriders member.) If you are a new member or an existing member and have missplaced your card you can contact Jerry Peot @ (920)655-0522) to get your AWSC i.d.#.  Also note that your AWSC # stays with you for life, will be the same each year, just needs to be renewed which is done by the Moonriders once we receive your Moonriders membership dues. ($10 of  your  $25 Moonriders membership goes to the AWSC.)

Fine for riding trails without a trail pass = $200.50

As you can see, we have made some changes to the Website The biggest change will come in the way we communicate information to our members. You will see the black banner running down the right side of each page. This will have all of the current information that you may need. From upcoming events, to trail conditions, to weather and our Facebook feed. Also now added are Alerts that we send via text message. You can sign up to receive these alerts on your phone by following the instructions at the bottom of this page. If you have any suggestions or comments please feel free to contact us.


As we move forward we will be posting a newsletter on topics that were discussed at the last meeting. Below are some future dates to remember...

02/06/18  Next meeting @ Jeff's Sport Bar - Kewaunee

3/3/2018- Annual Fundraiser at Heritage Farm - FREE ADMISSION, FREE FOOD, FREE ENTERTAINMENT

Tickets will be out for purchase soon with GREAT prizes as always... Yes we are having a large prize again with limited tickets.

Looking for Youth Involvement!!!

The Moonriders are looking for the next generation of snowmobilers. The club celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2011, and is looking for new leadership for the future. For the club to continue, and the trails to be maintained, we need younger people to carry on what was started in 1971.

One way to start is by forming a youth club under the guidance of the Moonriders. Go around asking friends and classmates who are interested or involved in snowmobiling. Advertise in the Kewaunee Schools to find additional members, include a time and place to meet. Not everything has to be work. Don't worry if it starts out small, it will grow as the word gets out.

Even the smallest person can change the future.


We want to extend a great big THANKS to the land owners of Kewaunee County that allow us to use their property for our recreation. Without their generous support, there would be no snowmobile trails to ride on. Please stay on the marked trails to respect their wishes. Click here to visit a list of those that have been so generous. If you see them around, be sure to thank them in person.


Sign up for RainedOut text message alerts to stay informed about trail openings and closings as well as other important club information.

Sign up from your phone following the instructions below or click on the RainedOut logo and sign up from the Web.

Upcoming Meeting

If you need a memebership to save on your trail pass or want to get more involved with the local club, feel free to join us...

  • Where:   Jeffs Sport Bar
  • When:    Tues. Feb. 6th
  • Time:      7:30 P.M.

Annual Fund Raiser!

  • Where: Agricultural Heritage & Resource Center N-2251 Hwy 42 South of Kewaunee
  • When: Saturday, March 3, 2018
  • Time: Doors open @3, Raffle Drawings at 7, Band Plays  8:00 P.M. to 12:00 P.M.
  • Entertainment by "I-45" Band

FREE Admission. Numerous raffles & prizes.

Trail open to The Heritage Farm, (weather permitting.)


Trail Conditions


For more information on our trails, call (920) 388-7199.-

Current Weather

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