- View the updated 2024 MS Snowmobile Tour Weekend Guide
- Auction and Raffle: The MS Snowmobile Tour auction and raffle will be held on event weekend. Participants are encouraged to bring items to the event to bid on throughout the weekend. All bidding is done by silent auction in-person at the event.
A housing survey will be sent out to participants prior to the event. If you do not have a preferred roommate, you will be assigned one after consultation with Society staff. For questions on lodging, please contact email@example.com.
Please click on the button below to select the lodging option that fits your needs. Please do not purchase any housing tickets without speaking to Society staff first.
Sled Requirements and Trailer Parking
- Snowmobile Registration: Participants are responsible for making sure their snowmobile has up to date registration.
- Trail Pass: All participants operating snowmobiles on a Wisconsin snowmobile trail or corridor must display a valid snowmobile trail pass whether registered in Wisconsin or another state. Participants are responsible for securing their own trail pass to participate.
- Trailer Parking: View Snowmobile & Trailer Parking Map
- Rentals: Don’t have your own sled? You can rent one! Participants are responsible for all rental fees and transportation. For an overview of rental availability, click here. NOTE: This is availability as of December 13. We recommend you contact the shops directly for the most up-to-date availability.
What to Wear and Pack
The backwoods of Wisconsin can get pretty cold in January. The potential for extreme weather means that you need to plan in advance and exercise caution when you ride. Here are some suggestions for what to wear and pack so you’re ready to ride:
- Dress in layers
- Hand mirrors
- ID in case of an emergency
- Additional Tips from Trail Support Team (PDF)
Throughout the weekend, groups will compete against one another in our friendly Trail Games competition. Games take place at both the hotel and on the trails. If you plan to ride the MS Snowmobile Tour Bus, you will be able to participate as a group as well! 2024 Trail Games are still being determined, but please refer to the 2023 Weekend Guide for a sample list of games.
Safety and COVID-19
Here’s what you need to know about COVID-19 safety when attending a National MS Society gathering:
- Stay home if you’re experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19.
- Masks are optional. If you need a mask, we’ve got you covered—just ask a National MS Society staff member.
- While vaccinations are not required to attend most National MS Society events, we strongly encourage everyone get vaccinated. This is important not only to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 across all our communities, but for the safety of those who are immunocompromised—including many people with MS—who may receive less protection from COVID-19 vaccines. The National MS Society also has a mandatory vaccination policy for all Society employees.
- Society events are planned to allow for physical distance between staff, volunteers and participants whenever possible.
- We follow CDC guidelines for routine cleaning and sanitizing of restrooms, shared spaces, and high-touch surfaces, as well as ensure adequate handwashing supplies and/or hand sanitizer.
- There may be additional safety protocol for some events due to special circumstances, venue requirements or local mandates. Stay tuned to all communication about your event so you can be prepared.
- Please see additional safety protocols from the event site, Lake of the Torches Resort Casino, on their website.