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Washington State Snowmobile Association

Upcoming Events


WSSA Membership Meeting
Date:  January 12th, 2019
Location:  The Last Resort in Ronald/Roslyn

All snowmobilers welcome!  Join us upstairs for a mid-season update and find out what volunteers are doing for you on and off the snow.  Weather permitting, guided rides planned for Friday (January 11th) and Sunday (January 13th).  Meeting starts at 9am.

All Trails to Olympia
Date:  February 5th, 2019
Location:  State Capitol in Olympia

Have you ever talked to your legislators about snowmobling?  Join us in the Capitol to do exactly that!  WSSA will make appointments for you and send an ‘All Trails Veteran’ along to your meeting if desired.  We’ll start at 8am at the Hilton DoubleTree downtown and then take the free shuttle to the capitol.  More info available as the date nears. 

WSSA Winter Rendezvous
Date:  February 15th-18th, 2019
Location:  Hill's Resort on Priest Lake, Idaho

Snowmobile right from the lodge to the trails?!  Snow permitting, that is what we’ll be able to do at Hill’s Resort!  Join us for four days of guided riding starting on Friday.  Rides for ALL levels of riders.  Dinners available on Friday and Saturday nights.  Fun
evening activities!  Both silent and live auctions on Saturday night.  This is a fun weekend to ride in a new area and meet snowmobilers from around the state.  Don’t miss it!

WSSA Budget Meeting
Date:  March 16th, 2019
Location:  The Last Resort in Ronald/Roslyn

All members welcome!  Join us upstairs as we hammer out the 2019/2020 WSSA Budget and plan for a mid-season update and find out what volunteers are doing for you on and off the snow.  Weather permitting, guided rides planned for Friday (January 11th) and Sunday (January 13th).  Meeting starts at 9am.

International Snowmobile Congress
Date:  June 5th-8th, 2019
Location:  Grand Rapids, Michigan

A gathering of snowmobilers from around the U.S., Canada and Europe.  Find out what goes on behind the scenes to make snowmobiling possible!  Details available at www.snowmobilers.org/isc.

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Welcome to Washington! 

Snowmobiling in Washington State is an experience to be remembered and whether you are an expert rider or a novice, you will have a fantastic trip.  We hope you can find the information you need on this page to plan your trip to Washington.  If you can't find the answer you are looking for, please contact Florence Mohler, our Tourism Chair, and she will help you in any way she can.

Snowmobile Riding Areas
Snowmobile Rental Agencies
Chamber of Commerce Listings
Snowmobile Clubs
Other Resources

Snowmobile Riding Areas return to top

Visit the Washington State Parks Snowmobile Recreation website and click on 'Sno-Park Locations' on the left menu.  On the map, click on whichever part of the state interests you.  You will find sno-park locations, driving directions and snowmobile trail maps for the area. 

Snowmobile Rental Agencies return to top

Click here for a list of snowmobile rental locations/businesses.

 

Note:  WSSA does not endorse any rental business listed.  WSSA provides this list only as a courtesy.

Chamber of Commerce Listings return to top

The following towns cater to snowmobiling and can assist you with lodging, dining and other services. 

Conconully
Cle Elum
Dayton
Lake Chelan
Packwood
Pateros
Roslyn
Winthrop

Snowmobile Clubs return to top

The best way to explore an area is with the members of a local snowmobile club.  Contact a club in the area you would like to visit and they will put you in touch with members happy to give you a local tour.  For a list of WSSA member clubs, click the 'Clubs' menu item at left. 

Other Resources return to top

GoSnowmobiling.org - A national campaign to introduce people to snowmobiling.  A valuable resource - check it out!

WSSA Board Members - Every WSSA board member is passionate about snowmobiling and wants you to enjoy it too.  Contact one or several to ask questions or share experiences.  For contact information, click the 'Contacts' menu item at left.