Welcome to the Trails of Illinois !

Notice: Snowmobilers use this trail at their own risk. The organizations and individuals involved in the development of this trail do not guarantee its safe condition or confer upon any trail user the legal statue of invitee to whom a duty of care or responsibility is owned and shall in no way be held liable for any injuries or damages resulting from its use.

Where do you want to ride today? Click on the region of interest on the map for information on local trail maps for that area. There is a requested donation for many of the maps. If you do not see information listed, please contact the IASC as there may be additional information that has not yet been posted here.

Click here for the Illinois--DNR  Snowmobile Trails Map

This site does not publish snowmobile trail maps on on-line. Neither do many of the area clubs. The reason for this is simple, as map sales and donations are requested to help maintain snowmobile trail  grooming in many areas. Map sales and donations are used as an income source to pay for the map, trail maintenance, purchase equipment, groomer gas, repairs, etc . . . so snowmobilers can enjoy the trails.

Region 1

Northeastern Illinois Association of Snowmobile Clubs

Lake County Forest Preserve
Winter Sports Hotline
(Trail Conditions for the Forest Preserves)
847-968-3235
www.lcfpd.org

$2 Donation
Contact Region 1 Director
Mel Blaurock
815-345-5512

 

Trails are open
with 4" of snow.

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The NIASC Groomer

 

Region 2

McHenry County Snowmobile Association
Hotline - 815-334-SNOW

McHenry County Groomer and Drag

$2.00 Donation  All Proceeds Go to Trail Maintenance & Grooming

Contact Region 2 Director
Jeff Lehman
doonut20@yahoo.com

Trails open December 10.
Four inches of snow required for riding.

Region 3

Tri-County Trail Alliance

IASC Region 3

Winnebago Groomer

Donations $1.00

Contact Region 3 Director
Dave Mayer indmayer01@yahoo.com

Trails are open from December 15th thru March 15th
with frozen ground and 4" of snow,
or 6" of snow and unfrozen ground.

www.tcsnowmobile.com

Region 4
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Region 4 Snowmobile Trail Map

Contact Region 4 Director
Pat Pendergast
(309) 344-2554
ppenderg@knox.edu

The Hennepin Canal Parkway boasts the longest snowmobile trail in the state -- 91 miles on the tow path. You can use the ice at your own risk, but pay heed to the locks, bridges and culverts where the ice likely is thinner than the rest of the canal. For more information, visit: http://fhcanal.home.mchsi.com/index.htm  and http://dnr.state.il.us/lands/landmgt/parks/r1/hennpin.htm#Winter
It is important that the rule are followed: 
4 inches of snow
6  inches of frost.
Canal is all open or all closed. 
Phone # 24 hours day: 815-454-2328

Region 5
Region 5 Snowmobile Trail Map
$3.00 Donation

Contact Region 5

                      Jim Dall                     

www.ilsnowmobile.com/Clubs/region5.htm

Trails are open from December 15th thru March 15th
with frozen ground and 4" of snow,
or 6" of snow and unfrozen ground.

Trails provided by: Belvidere Prairie Riders, DeKane Sno-Trackers,
Elgin Cold Ducks, G.K. Trailblazers, Hampshire White Riders, Huntley Penguins, Kishwaukee Super Sledders, Marengo Snowgoers,

Region 6
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Region 6 Snowmobile Trail Map
$2.00 Donation

Contact Region 6 Director
Lauren Enzinger      

815-541-2001       laurenenzinger@frontier.com

Trails open November 15 thru March 15 with the exception of being closed daylight hours of firearm deer season with a minimum of 4 inches of snow.

For more information about Stephenson County area, including lodging and snow conditions, contact the Stephenson County Convention and Visitors Bureau at 800.369.2955 or 815.233.1357

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Pictures from the Jane Addams trail.
Region 7Region 7 Trail Map Contact Region 7 Director
Keith Smith
(815) 674-7396
keebler61364@yahoo.com

Illinois & Michigan Canal
East Section Map | West Section Map

After a minimum of four inches of snowfall, snowmobilers may travel the 61.5 miles of marked trail available along the canal. Please call ahead to the nearest park office for snowfall and trail condition information.


Pictures from the I & M Canal trail
Region 8 Contact IASC Office
(815) 795-2021
Region 10/11

 

Contact Region 10/11 Director
Carson Hanner
(217) 948-5579

 rev.11/12/2010