About AWSC

The Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs (AWSC) is dedicated to the preservation of snowmobiling throughout the state by monitoring regulations and proposed legislation that could affect our sport. The AWSC is the legislative voice for Wisconsin's snowmobilers and 600-plus snowmobile clubs statewide. Wisconsin is home to more than 25,000 miles of trails thanks to the efforts of local snowmobile clubs with their tireless volunteers.

The AWSC supports:

  • Safe, responsible snowmobiling. 
  • The education of snowmobilers and the general public about safety and responsibility on the snowmobile trails.
  • Law enforcement and the enforcement of existing laws.

The AWSC maintains membership on numerous federal and state governmental boards as well as local committees.  Current board membership includes:

  • American Council of Snowmobile Association (ACSA)
  • International Snowmobile Congress (ISC)
  • Midwest Chapter
  • International Snowmobile Manufacturing Association (ISMA)
  • Wisconsin Snowmobile Recreation Council

Please note:  The AWSC does not sell or provide our mailing list to anyone.

 

The AWSC is also involved with the following:


Charities/Donations –

National Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS)-WI Chapter
WI Military Appreciation Snowmobile Ride–Eagle River
SAE Clean Snowmobile Challenge
AWSC Scholarship program


Activities –

ACSA Washington D.C. Fly-In
AWSC Spring Convention/Annual Meeting
AWSC Fall Workshops
Eagle River World Championship Snowmobile Derby
Gandy Dancer Trail Commission
Governor’s Snowmobile Recreation Council (SRC)
Grantsburg World Championship Snowmobile Watercross
Kids and Adults on Snowmobiles (KAOS)
Minnesota – HayDays
Military Ride – Eagle River
Milwaukee Snow Show
Miss Snowflake Program
MS Snowmobile Tour
Northern Regional Trail Advisory Council (NORTAC)
SAE Clean Snowmobile Challenge
State Trails Council (STC)
WI Governor’s Conference on Tourism (WIGCOT)
WI Association of Convention and Visitors Bureaus Fall Convention (WACVB)
WI Outdoor Expo