Snowmobilers keep up wishful thinking

Snowmobile clubs like the Kewaunee Moonriders are doing their part for communities still dreaming of a white winter. Weather the last few years has limited snowmobilers to just a few weeks of open local trails, including 2018’s season that was just days long. The shortened season has not dampened the spirits of Kewaunee Moonriders members who have been calling property owners and maintaining the over 90 miles of snowmobile trails in the county. President Tom Chernovsky says its volunteers are on standby to take advantage of every flake coming their way.


The Kewaunee Moonriders keep busy even without the snow thanks to fundraising events that later get redistributed to local organizations and further trail enhancements. The lack of snow and the recent rains are keeping snowmobile trails closed in Door and Kewaunee counties. 

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