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COLOMA PATHFINDERS INFO

We sponsor Snowmobile Trails & Silent Sport Trails in the Coloma Area.

We are located in Central Wisconsin, Waushara County. The Coloma Pathfinders maintains 42 miles of snowmobile trails in Waushara and Adams Counties. The club has approximately 100 members.

We also sponsor silent sport trails that connect to the Coloma Community Park. There are multiple loops (1 miles to 10 miles). Trails are free to use.  Look for the signs in the park.

Coloma Pathfinders Snowmobile Club, Inc.
Coloma, Wisconsin
— Since 1971 —

Memberships:

Adams County Snowmobile Association
Waushara County Snowmobile Association
Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs

Contact:

Sue Apps
P.O. Box 215
Coloma, WI 54930
715.228.2401
E-Mail: appssm@hotmail.com

Remember, you need both a registration sticker
and a trail pass to snowmobile on the trails.

Vehicle and trailer parking available at:

  • Coloma Village Park on CH in Coloma
  • Coloma Hotel next to the garage.

Cross Country Trails

Coloma’s  cross country ski/snowshoe trails are open and groomed.

Snowmobile Trails

March 13

Coloma’s snowmobile trails closed at midnight tonight.  The trails were groomed on March 12 so we are waiting to see what the warm weather brings in the hope that we can re-open them this weekend.

Be sure to always check the county hotlines to verify trail opening and closing.

For more information:

Please check the Travel Wisconsin website for Wisconsin snow conditions:

http://www.travelwisconsin.com/snowreport/snowmobile

Hotlines:

Waushara County: 920-787-0411

Waushara Trail Conditions

http://www.co.waushara.wi.us/pView.aspx?id=14415&catid=636

Adams County: 608-339-4230

Marquette County: 608-586-6272

Join Us

Check our Events page for Events. Everyone is welcome to join us or attend the event.

Our Sponsors

A number of businesses sponsor the Coloma Pathfinders.  Thank You for your support!!! Advertising with the AWSC: Cabin Bar & Grill Front Street Coloma, WI Coloma Hotel & Pub 132 E. Main Street Coloma, WI  54930 715-228-2401 http://www.colomahotel.com Hancock Hotel Bar Hancock, WI L&L Hardware Front Street Coloma, WI S & S Motorsports Inc W10324 Bighorn Ln Hancock, WI  54943 Radar Sponsors: 2018 Sponsors, Classes […]

Trail Conditions

Cross Country Trails Coloma’s  cross country ski/snowshoe trails are open and groomed. Snowmobile Trails March 13 Coloma’s snowmobile trails closed at midnight tonight.  The trails were groomed on March 12 so we are waiting to see what the warm weather brings in the hope that we can re-open them this weekend. Be sure to always check the county hotlines to verify trail opening and closing. […]

Maps

Waushara County and Adams County maps are available at local businesses.

Latest News

Join our Club!

Membership Application: 2020 membership-application

Club Officers

President:
Alan Anckner 715-228-3952
sanckner@uniontel.net

Vice President:
Mike Schleipp    715-572-1354

Secretary:
Sue Apps 715-228-2622
appssm@hotmail.com

Treasurer

Linda Grabowski

Board Members:
Ted Lewko
Brent York
Adam Popp
Jeff Schliepp
Michael Kerschner

Membership Chairperson:
Terra Lewko (Sue Apps temporarily)

Membership Application: 2020 membership-application

Club Information

Snowmobile Safety Information:  Snowmobiling Safety Tips

Wisconsin Snowmobile Laws: http://dnr.wi.gov/files/pdf/pubs/le/le0201.pdf

Wisconsin Trail Signs: Trail Signs

History of the Club

Our club logo was created when the club was founded in the early ’70’s.   It was a contest and was created by Dick Netzer, then 14.

We received this from Dick: “I googled Coloma, WI just to see what my old home town was up to. When I ran across the Coloma Pathfinders Snowmobile Club website. To my delight I was surprised to see the patch I designed way back in 1971 when I was 14 years old is still in use. I was then named a life member, but throughout the years had moved to Olympia, WA. I just wanted to say Hi and thank you for and old memory. My dad, Bob Netzer, used to own the meat packing plant south of town “Coloma Meat Products”. We were one of the first to own a snowmobile in Waushara County along with Carl Leitz and others. One of the main trails used to come through our yard. When a group of people wanted to ride we would stop and ask others if they wanted to join along. Before you’d know it we’d have 20 to 30 sleds. I really miss snowmobiling as we don’t really get any snow east of the Cascades. Thanks for a trip down memory lane.
Blessings,  Dick Netzer”