Thank you to the 31 local families that have already joined the Rural Cass Snowmobile Club. You are helping to make a difference for ALL local snowmobilers.
For other local snowmobilers, please take the time to join (or renew) as a member of the Rural Cass Snowmobile Club. For a small membership fee, your support ensures that rural Cass County has well-groomed and maintained snowmobile trails.
Here’s a link to the membership application. Membership app 2014
Rural Cass Snowmobile Club represents a growing community of snowmobilers who enjoy this winter sport. The club currently maintains more than 100 miles of snowmobile trails in both northern and southern Cass County as part of the Snowmobile North Dakota trail system. This trail serves the towns of Amenia, Casselton, Mapleton, Davenport, Leonard, Arthur, Argusville and Harwood.
Frequently Asked Questions about Club Membership
Aren’t local snowmobile trails paid for by the state? No, only a portion of the funding comes from the state. About 50% of the funds for grooming are based upon local fundraising. And, the state funds come directly from the number of snowmobiles registered, and these sleds must be registered in North Dakota to count.
How much does it cost to groom the trail? Grooming costs average $10-12 per mile. Even if the person running the groomer is a volunteer, the costs add up.
Are there other ways to help? The club can definitely use your help in other ways, such as trail signing and other activities. As a club member, you’ll receive the club’s newsletter, which will you let you know of club events.
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