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Otsego River Riders

Celebrating 18 years of family snowmobiling and year round fun!


2015 - 2017 Trail Maps

The new trail maps are here! Look for them in your local establishments, or contact a board member if you would like to have some for handing out. The online trail map links are now available.

Wright County 2015-2017 Trail Map
Wright County 2015-2017 Map Advertisers


Trail Reminder

Reminder that the trails are open from December 1 to April 1 of each calendar year.  Riding on the trails outside of this time frame is trespassing without the authorization from the landowner(s).  Also, you should not ride on the trails unless there is a minimum of 6 inches of snow on the ground to protect the terrain.  Please use your best judgment while riding...stay on the trail
or it may be gone!


Club History


The Snowmobile club was established December 1998.

Otsego River Riders is based in Otsego, MN.

This is a city in the northeastern corner of Wright County.

We are a member of the Wright County Snowmobile Association and MnUSA.

Our goal is to provide information and opportunities
that will enrich the sport of responsible snowmobiling for generations.
Interested in joining the Otsego River Riders? Contact
President: Patrick Hilden Email: hildee98@msn.com

 

 

Safety Classes

It's the law - anyone born after December 31, 1976 must take a
Snowmobile Safety Certification course!


MnUSA and certified snowmobile club volunteers and the DNR offer

Youth and Young Adult/Adult classes. 

For information about scheduled classes, contact MnUSA at (763) 577-0185

or online at info@mnsnowmobiler.org
or the DNR at 1-888-MINNDNR or online at www.dnr.state.mn.us


Note: There is a 10mph speed limit within the city of Otsego and
stay on the street to gain access to the trails.

Otsego City Code for Snowmobiles

Slow it down, especially at night.

Maximum speed allowed on public land, frozen waters, roadside ditches and groomed trails in

Minnesota is
50 mph or what is reasonable and prudent for conditions or as posted.
At night, speeds should be slower because of reduced visibility.
At 50 mph, riders need a football field - or 300 feet - to come to a complete stop.
Don't ride too closely - maintain space between snowmobiles to avoid collisions.

DNR Snowmobile Regulations