Wisconsin’s 22,000 miles of snowmobiling trails — some of the finest in the nation — are cleared, marked, maintained and groomed by thousands of volunteer members of snowmobiling clubs across the state. Without Wisconsin’s snowmobile clubs, there would be no trails! No taxpayer funds are used to create or maintain snowmobile trails.
Following the unqualified excellent time had by all at the 2014 club camping trip, the Prairie Riders have already booked to return to Point Bluff Resort, just north of Wisconsin Dells on the Wisconsin River, for our 2015 summer camping trip. Join us on July 24-25, 2015, for another great weekend of campfires, cocktails, tubing and canoeing.
Be the captain of your own ship — literally — and enjoy a houseboat vacation on the Mississippi River. This first-ever Prairie Riders club houseboat trip, planned as a long-weekend cruise on August 22-25, 2014, gives you the chance to explore the Mississippi River at your own pace. On a houseboat, you can you’ll enjoy sandy Mississippi River beaches, historic river towns, unparalleled scenery and excellent fishing. Continue reading →
If it’s summer, it’s time for the Prairie Riders’ club camping trip! This year, we are heading to Point Bluff Resort, just north of Wisconsin Dells and located on the Wisconsin River. Join us on July 25-27, 2014, for a weekend of campfires, cocktails, tubing and canoeing.
Every year for 30 years, bicyclists descend upon Milwaukee on a certain Saturday in June and spend the day riding and touring infamous local watering holes. Join your fellow Prairie Riders for the 2014 ride on June 14. This year’s theme, inspired by Napoleon Dynamite, is Milwaukee Dynamite, and Milwaukee Dynamite it will be!
Planned for Saturday, May 3, at The Lodge at Stein Farms, the Prairie Riders ’80s Party and Fundraiser is the best chance you will have this year to wear acid-washed jeans, flourescent clothing, poofy-shouldered prom dresses or classic parachute pants and feel right at home in the crowd. Get your tickets at the door on May 3 or in advance at the next Prairie Riders meeting — April 16 at 7:30 p.m. in the Wisconsin Room at the Brat Stop.
Currently, Wisconsin law requires those who use Wisconsin snowmobile trails to display either Wisconsin registration or a Wisconsin snowmobile trail pass. Beginning on July 1, 2015, all snowmobilers must purchase and display a state trail pass to ride on Wisconsin state trails, following passage of Assembly Bill 407.