Welcome to the Prior Lake Snowmobile Association's website. Please enjoy the photos and club information provided. The site provides updates on local and state events, community events, trail conditions, and safety training.
Due to the COVID-19 we will look for ways for the club members to meet safely, and virtually. Stay tuned for details regarding club meeting locations.
Now is the time to renew your membership in the PLSA Club and MnUSA. You should be receiving a membership letter in the mail from our Treasurer. Remember to mail in your check or bring your check to our club meeting. If you are new, download the form and join us!
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 ~120 members with a purpose of promoting snowmobiling in 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 of Minnesota. 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!
Club member Terry Hutchinson has been inducted into the International Snowmobile Hall of Fame. Thanks again to those that contributed to his nomination letter.
Congrats to members Terry and Debbie!
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Did you know that each club in Scott County is responsible for providing Trail Bosses and Groomer drivers? Did you know that Sno-Trails, which all Scott County clubs rolls up to, manages all the equipment, signage, insurance, fuel and grant-in-aid funds? There is a limited number of volunteers from each club that manages this for the rest of us. We can always use folks to help out with the trails. We are really in need of new Trail Bosses across the county. Many of the folks doing this now are ready to retire or have taken on larger and larger areas as the number volunteering has dropped.
Being a Trail Boss does not mean you go it alone, it just means you are responsible for make sure the signage gets placed properly and is maintained. You can always request help from volunteers and folks are more than willing to help. Please consider becoming a trail boss and/or volunteering to help with trails. REMEMBER…NO TRAIL BOSS = NO TRAIL!