1,200 MILES OF MINNESOTA SNOWMOBILING TRAILS
Brainerd Minnesota offers scenic Minnesota snowmobile trails through forest and over our many scenic lakes. With excellent Brainerd area hotels and lodging and Brainerd area dining options the Brainerd Lakes area is your best bet for a memorable Minnesota Snowmobiling getaway.
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Minnesota snowmobiling is at its finest in the Brainerd lakes area! With 1,200 miles of groomed trails to explore, this will be your favorite MN snowmobiling spot for sure! There’s plenty of snow-glistening trails that meander through some of the Brainerd lakes area’s most beautiful forests, across gentle slopes and around lakes. There’s even a lighted snowmobile trail that runs the length of Gull Lake—for a spectacular nighttime ride!
Your Minnesota snowmobiling adventure is sure to be filled with fun and convenience! There are plenty of service stations for gas, food, hot coffee and cocoa, food and supplies. Stop in one of our many towns for a hot meal or some fabulous shopping! Then head on to your Brainerd Lakes area lodging destination where you’ll find comfort, a soft bed and relaxing hot tub! Minnesota snowmobiling draws hundreds of sport enthusiasts every season—and since the groomed trails are all connected, you can create a Minnesota snowmobiling vacation that continues for days! The trails are color-coded, there are maps available at almost every convenience store and you can check out trail conditions online before you venture out!
Keep in mind for your Minnesota snowmobiling vacation, that a permit is required for everyone operating a snowmobile on state or grant-in-aid trails. You can obtain a Minnesota snowmobiling permit from the Department of Natural Resources by calling 1-888-665-4236 or if you have questions about Minnesota snowmobiling license requirements call the DNR at 1-888-646-6367. They are available 24/7. You can also order your license online.
Need a snowmobile, no problem, our friends at Boats & Beyond Rental will get you up and running call them today at 218-963-7700 or visit our snowmobile rental page.
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Snowmobile trail map north
Snowmobile trail map south