Safety Class


Snowmobile Trail Pass 

Effective July 1, 2015 

 Effective July 1, 2015, snowmobile registration will cost $30 and last for 3 years. 

 Registrations last for 3 years; trail passes are annual and need to be purchased each year.

 All snowmobiles operating in Wisconsin will be required to display a Wisconsin Trail Pass to operate on trails and corridors. The pass will be 3" x 3" and required to be placed on the lower center of the windshield.
 Non-resident trail pass fee increases from $35 per year to $50 per year. There is no discounted option for non-resident trail passes. This pass may be ordered online or purchased at any DNR license sales agent (where hunting and fishing licenses are sold). Trail passes will be delivered by U.S. Mail.

Note: Non-residents may purchase a discounted trail pass if their snowmobile is registered in Wisconsin and they belong to a snowmobile club and the AWSC.

 The Wisconsin Trail Pass is $30 for owners of snowmobiles registered in Wisconsin who are not members of a snowmobile club and the Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs (AWSC). This pass may be ordered online or purchased at any DNR license sales agent. Trail passes will be delivered by U.S. Mail. 

 A $10 discounted annual Wisconsin Trail Pass will be available to members who currently belong to both a Wisconsin snowmobile club and the AWSC. Passes may be ordered through the AWSC website or the office in DeForest. Trail passes will be delivered by US Mail. The discounted pass will be available for each of your Wisconsin-registered snowmobiles. You will need AWSC member number, the number is on your membership card and your magazine.  The snowmobile clubs continue to be responsible for collecting your AWSC membership dues.

 Revenue generated from the sale of snowmobile registrations and Wisconsin Trail Passes goes to the segregated snowmobile account which is used to maintain and develop Wisconsin’s snowmobile trails.

 Wisconsin snowmobile trails are made possible by snowmobile club volunteers who provide the labor to brush, sign and groom the trails and the landowners who allow trails to cross their property.

For more details on finding a WI snowmobile club to join or further details on the WI Trail Pass, please visit the AWSC website at For more information on the Trail Pass and snowmobiling in WI, visit the WI DNR website at and search "snowmobile" or call 1.888.936.7463. 

Additional changes will allow resident owners of snowmobiles 35 years and older to register as antiques and receive a free annual trail pass. Type your paragraph here..



Jockeys Snowmobile


Upcoming Safety classes: fee $10.00
November 2nd and 9th,  Class time 12:30 to 4 pm.
Held at:

Our Savior's Lutheran Church - 145 E Lisbon Road, Oconomowoc

For more information or to register call Barb: (262) 567-7295
The January class is at the Sandy Brook School on January 25th and February 2, 8:00 am till noon.
For more information or to register call Barb: (262) 567-7295

Snowmobile Age Requirements
Who may operate a snowmobile? -- Any person who is born on or after January 1, 1985 and who has reached the age of 12, must have completed and received a snowmobile safety certificate in order to operate a snowmobile in Wisconsin. The certificate must be carried while operating the snowmobile, and displayed to a law enforcement officer upon demand.
Who is eligible to take a class
Classroom Instruction
Anyone is eligible to take the class and receive a safety education completion certificate. For children under 12 years of age, the certificate does not become valid until the child reaches 12 years of age. Go to the Snowmobile Age Requirements page for additional details. Class fee is $10.00. Students with special needs must contact the instructor at least two weeks in advance of the course to request special accommodations

ATTENTION All Wisconsin Recreational Safety Students

New Requirement: All Wisconsin recreational safety students are required to obtain a WI DNR Customer ID Number before the completion of any recreational safety class and will also be required to provide that WI DNR Customer ID Number along with students personal information to the instructor. You can obtain a WI DNR Customer ID Number 7AM to 10PM by calling the WI DNR Customer Service at 1-888-936-7463 or you can visit a WI DNR Service Center during their regular scheduled hours.