Prior Lake Snowmobile Association

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Trail Groomer Updates


Update as of 2/15/2019

Groomers have been out on the trails this week in the evenings and at night. Some good photos of the MN River Valley Trail.

If you are out there, be aware. Always give the groomer the right of way.  You are nimble, they are not.  Be careful on corners too, as you may not see them.

Also, riding the trails before grooming can help. It helps us pack the snow and makes it easier to groom.  Note that conditions on some plowed fields are still be rough. Fall weather, crops and field conditions drive the trail conditions. 

Follow the Scott County Sno-Trails Facebook Page for updates!

See you next year! Snow Sports Sunday 2020!

Watch the 2018 Snow Sport Sunday Video. 2019 video in the works!

2019 Arctic Cat ZR200 Raffle Giveaway

Benefitting R.O.C.K. – Reaching Our Community’s Kids and Scott County Sno-Trails.

Congratulations Emily Lind for winning the 2019 Arctic Cat ZR200.  Thanks to everyone who donated!  We raised over $3000 for our chairities!


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Prior Lake Snowmobile Association

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About Us

Supporting Snowmobiling Fun in Prior Lake and Scott County, Mn

Welcome to the Prior Lake Snowmobile Association club site!  Our mission is to keep and maintain the wonderful trail system around Prior Lake and Scott County.

Our non-profit organization consisting of ~100 members with a purpose of promoting snowmobiling to the community.

Your snowmobile club membership dues provide support for the 250 miles of trails locally in Scott County, and the 22,000 miles across the state. You may not know that 80% of trails in Minnesota snowmobile trails are not maintained by the DNR.  They are maintained by clubs like ours.  We are here to make sure the trails remain available for years to come!