Would anyone be surprised if I say that I’m betting snowmobiling is over for this season?
Find out more about snowmobiling in Michigan by taking a look at the DNR website! Here you can find information about trails in Grayling and throughout northern upper and lower Michigan here. In addition to finding out more about where you can snowmobile, this site offers you a closer look at the rules and regulations of snowmobiling in northern Michigan. It is also important to note that rules in Michigan can vary from city to township to county. For example, in Grayling, snowmobiles are not permitted downtown. Designated parking and trails are available in the surrounding areas to make it convenient for those looking to enjoy their time in and out of Grayling.
You can also find information about snowmobiling in Michigan on the Michigan Snowmobile Association website. More about them:
The Michigan Snowmobile Association (MSA) is the voice of over 380,000 registered Michigan snowmobilers, and more than 100,000 out of state riders. MSA publishes a monthly magazine, September through March, titled the “Michigan Snowmobile News”, which is mailed to our members and read by the entire snowmobiling community. MSA supports the Safe Riders! You make snowmobiling safe™ campaign, and spearheaded the “Zero Tolerance” program, which urges snowmobilers not to consume any alcohol while operating a snowmobile – the first program of its kind in the United States. MSA is headquartered in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The Michigan Snowmobile Association has adopted a zero tolerance policy with regard to the consumption of any alcohol by individuals while operating a snowmobile. Our Association is proud to represent those responsible riders who respect Michigan’s environment, appreciate the rights of other riders, and interact courteously with motorists and private citizens.”