Snowmobile Trails in Good Shape at Lake of the Woods
Snowmobile trails are in excellent shape throughout Lake of the Woods. The area boasts hundreds of miles of groomed and staked trails. Some of the most beautiful
scenery available awaits sledders with very little snowmobile traffic. Trails extend both through the forests as well as over the lake up to the NW Angle.
The lake trail connecting the south shore to the NW Angle is a groomed and staked trail. It not only provides snowmobilers a beautiful ride of about 42 mi
les north but access to some very good ice fishing spots not fished by anglers on the south shore of the lake.
The land trails both on the south end of the lake as well as up at the Angle are second to none. Most comment about the good shape the trails are in, lack of snowmobile traffic and beautiful scenery.
Snowmobile maps are available at Lake of the Woods Tourism in Baudette and other resorts and area businesses. Maps are also available online.
The Lake of the Woods Drifters Snowmobile Club out of Baudette grooms trails on the south end of Lake of the Woods where the famous Northern Connection Trail travels through the forests along Highway 11 and south. This includes travel through the city of Baudette. The club is actively grooming and marking hundreds of miles of trails through forested areas and on Lake of the Woods.
The snowmobile club up at the Northwest Angle and islands is the Northwest Angle Edge Riders Snowmobile Club. It grooms trails at the Northwest Angle, south to Warroad and also most trails on Lake of the Woods. They have a wonderful website as well as Facebook page for a variety of info and current trail reports.
There is additional info about snowmobiling the Lake of the Woods area on the Lake of the Woods Tourism website. Stop in to Lake of the Woods Tourism to obtain both snowmobile maps before you ride, a visitor guide and info about the area. Need a list of lodging around Lake of the Woods, we can assist with that as well. Have fun and be safe by checking with locals resorts for ice conditions before you go.