Greetings from the Rural Cass Snowmobile Club! We are glad that you have taken the time to learn more about our club. The Rural Cass Snowmobile Club represents a growing community of snowmobilers who enjoy this winter sport. Our club is a member of the East Central Valley Trail Association of Snowmobile North Dakota. The club was formed in 1995.
To promote snowmobiling in an organized way for safety and family enjoyment.
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(see trail map). This trail serves the towns of Amenia, Argusville, Arthur, Casselton, Davenport, Harwood, Leonard, and Mapleton. In addition, our trail system includes links to the Red River Son-Riders (South of Fargo, ND) trails and Clay County Trail Blazers (Clay County, MN) trail systems.
The Rural Cass Club consists of a board of directors and general members. The board of directors meets once a month to provide direction and function to the club. The entire club also meets once a month to discuss and decide issues. Other functions of the Rural Cass Snowmobile club includes:
- SnowJam, the area’s premier snowmobiling event
- Awareness and fundraising activities throughout the year
- Active participation in the state convention hosted by Snowmobile North Dakota
- Fund and manage trail grooming.
- Fun Runs.
- Family Fun Rides.
- State Rides.
- Participating in local snowmobile events.
- Monthly club meetings.
- Volunteer search and rescue snowmobiles and riders, in case of a local emergency where weather was an issue
- Strong relationship with local law enforcement
The Rural Cass Snowmobile Club currently grooms 100+ miles of trails. It shares a groomer with the Red River Sno-Riders club (Fargo, ND). This groomer is maintained by several active club members.
Become a Member of the Rural Cass Snowmobile Club today and help promote safe and responsible snowmobiling in our area.
There are many benefits of belonging to a local snowmobile club:
•Having safe, groomed and signed trails to ride on with hazards marked.
•Meeting others who enjoy snowmobiling.
•A voice in the club functions and activities.
•Youth Safety Training.