(Posted 10/11/12) Pickerel Creek Rd. Issue: After many meetings with the Town Of Ainsworth Officials and your Club Officers and Board of Directors, the passage of using Pickerel Creek Rd. has been granted with NEW STIPULATIONS:


(Posted 11/15/2011) Due to circumstances beyond the Tombstone Pickerel Sno 

Club's control, the trail that goes up to the Mole Lake Casino will DEAD-END at the Mole Lake BP Gas Station. This means you will NO LONGER be able to ride from Mole Lake, north, to Hwy 8.


Here you will find information on how to obtain a Snowmobile Trail Pass as well as information on our trail system.

Snowmobile Trail Pass

Wisconsin law requires those who use Wisconsin snowmobile trails to display either Wisconsin registration or a snowmobile trail pass. Funds from this program will be designated for use as trail aids and related costs to enhance all Wisconsin snowmobile recreation.

Wisconsin residents can register their snowmobile online at

A non-resident snowmobile trail pass is required to operate a snowmobile not currently registered in Wisconsin on a snowmobile trail.

The trail pass can be purchased online at, over the counter at any license sales location, or by calling WDNR at 1-888-WDNRINFO (1-888-936-7463), or AWSC at

The snowmobile must be currently registered with another jurisdiction. 

The trail pass must be permanently affixed by its own adhesive to the bottom center portion of the snowmobile windshield. If there is no windshield, the sticker shall be displayed in a highly visible location on the front of the cowling of the snowmobile.

Once affixed, the sticker may not be removed or transfered to another snowmobile.

Here are some vendors where you can purchase a WI Trail Pass. You may want to call them for their hours of operation and to ensure they have them available.

In Antigo: Antigo Yamaha 715 623-4144, Fleet Farm (715) 623-2063.

On our trail system: Motor Sports Marine (aka MSM) (715) 484-2106


The following is a list of our trail segments and a brief description of each.

We hope this will aid you in your snowmobile trips.

We urge you to keep in mind that the groomers may be out grooming on any trail, on any day or night, at anytime

so be careful in any blind spots!


For your convenience, the restrooms at the clubhouse are open during the snowmobile season.

Enjoy our trails, have fun and we invite you to come back soon!!!



RED BALL: Clubhouse to Lily trails and return.  Clubhouse to LMT trail 3 and return including side trails to Pickerel Lake and Arbutus Lake.

AUGUSTYNE SPRINGS: Clubhouse to Augustyne Springs to Bryant trail & Jack Lake trails and return. Side trail to Lily trails at Northwoods.

STEVENS SPRINGS: Clubhouse to Stevens Springs, Jack Lake trails and to Perch Lake, Elcho trails and return, including side trails to Pickerel Lake and return.

HEMLOCK LAKE: Hills Still to Ground Hemlock Lake to LMT 9 trail including side trails to Pickerel Lake, Rolling Stone Lake & Crane Lake and return.

POST LAKE: Hill's Still to Post Lake to Elcho trails & return side trail to Spider Creek, Pickerel Creek and Mole Lake trail and return.

MOLE LAKE: Hill's Still to Mole Lake including side trail to Exxon Road and Hemlock trail and return.