Snowmobile Trails

Snowmobile Trails

With hundreds of miles of snowmobile trails, Becker County provides winter enthusiasts the opportunity to get out and explore the area, admire the scenery, and spend time with others who share the same enjoyment of this popular activity.

Becker County offers over 400 miles of groomed snowmobile trails. To download and/or print maps of the trail systems within our County, refer to the following links:

For more details, see the links below...

  • Richwood Road Trails

    The Richwood Road Trails provides a connection between the communities of Detroit Lakes and Richwood to the north. They also provide a westerly route to connect with the Midnite Riders and Vergas trails to the south and west and a means to access the Tamarac Trails farther north of Detroit Lakes. These trails are predominantly within County Hwy 21 and US Hwy 10 Rights-of-Way. The trails are relatively open and visibility is good.

    Length35 miles
    Condition
    StatusOpen
    Groomed
    Next Groom
    Base Depth
    Contact Information:
    Jeff Alberts
    218-847-1241
  • White Earth Trails

    The White Earth Trails provide numerous trail connections to White Earth Lake, the communities of White Earth and to Ogema. These trails also connect with Waubun Hardwood Trailblazers Club trails north into Mahnomen County. The trails are set in a heavily wooded setting with gently rolling to moderately rolling hills.

    Length45 miles
    ConditionGood
    StatusOpen (closed from Many Pt. to Round Lake)
    Groomed2/15/2017
    Next Groomon hold
    Base Depth3-5 "
    Contact Information:
    Steve Tucker
    218-255-4520
  • Tamarac Trails

    The Tamarac Trails run from Detroit Lakes north along the western border of the Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge and provide connections to trails in Mahnomen and Clearwater Counties. The trails are relatively wide as they follow many state and county forest roads. The winding trails are almost entirely in a wooded setting. This is a great trail for wildlife and nature viewing.

    Length59 miles
    Condition
    StatusOpen
    Groomed
    Next Groom
    Base Depth
    Contact Information:
    Jeff Alberts
    218-847-1241
  • Chippewa Trails

    The Chippewa Trails follow the eastern border of the Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge as they traverse from Height-of-Land Lake northerly to Little Bemidji Lake. While these trails follow a number of county forest trails, they are somewhat narrower and more winding and are more steeply rolling than the Tamarac Trails. These trails are designed more for a family outing or small group that is looking to take their time to enjoy the natural setting of the north woods. A new section of trail added in 2009 connects to the Wolf Pack Trails at the south end of Toad Lake.

    Length29 miles
    ConditionGood
    StatusOpen (closed from Many Pt. to Round Lake)
    Groomed2/13/2017 (north from Ice Cracking)
    Next Groomon hold
    Base Depth3-5 "
    Contact Information:
    Steve Tucker
    218-255-4520
  • Frazee/Vergas Trails

    The Frazee/Vergas Trails connect Detroit Lakes to Frazee and Vergas to the south. These trails wind their way through woods and fields as they make their way south into Ottertail County. A new trail paralleling US Hwy 10 now connects Frazee to the Ottertail Riders Trails near State Hwy. 228.

    Length35 miles
    Condition
    StatusOpen
    Groomed
    Next Groom
    Base Depth
    Contact Information:
    Jeff Alberts
    218-847-1241
  • Midnite Riders Trails

    The Midnite Riders Trails provide an excellent loop trail system connecting the communities of Cormorant Village, Lake Park, and Audubon. These trails run through the lakes and fields of southwestern Becker County and provide connections to Lake Runners Trail Association and Clay County Trails. Many of the trails traverse area road ditches and ag fields, interspersed with sections through area woodlots. Great views abound as you travel through the rolling meadows.

    Length57.5 miles
    Condition
    StatusOpen
    Groomed
    Next Groom
    Base Depth
    Contact Information:
    Tom Holmes
    218-532-7734
  • Wolf Pack Trails

    The Wolf Pack Trails connect the Wolf Lake community and the rest of southeast Becker County to the Chippewa Trails, providing a tie to the rest of the Winter Wonderland Trail system. These trails wind their way through woods and fields as they make their way south into Ottertail County, east into Hubbard County and north into the Forest Riders Trail system.

    Length53.3 miles
    ConditionPoor
    StatusOpen
    Groomed1/19/2017
    Next GroomGrooming halted due to conditions
    Base Depth
    Contact Information:
    Randy Torma
    218-847-1221