Category Archives: SND info

State Ride Planned in Rugby

Check out the details for the Snowmobile North Dakota State Snowmobile Ride.


Club members serving on SND board

Troy Klevgard of Casselton was elected President of Snowmobile North Dakota at the organization’s annual convention on Dec 4.

Brent Haugen of Argusville joined the board, as well, as a member representing the local snowmobiling clubs in the area.  Two other club members, Jeff and Joanne Seifert of Casselton, also currently serve on the Snowmobile North Dakota board.


Brush up on local snowmobile regulations

Brush up on local snowmobile regulations link – CLICK HERE

Now that you’re ready to ride, make sure to brush on the latest in snowmobile regulations. This site has all the info on snowmobile laws and snowmobile registration information. It also includes details on the collector snowmobile registration options.

Win great prizes with new Sled’N Snap program

logo-mInterested in winning some great snowmobiling prizes just by taking some pictures while out snowmobiling? You can with a new program this year called Sled’N Snap. Some of the prizes you might win include two place aluminum tilt trailer or the use of this amazing 4 place aluminum snowmobile trailer.

To get started, head over to, register and upload a photo in the appropriate category. Categories include: Trail/Scenery/Wildlife, Action, Club Rides/Events, Buried, Shelters/Trailer, Youth/Family, Vintage and International Ride.

You can submit as many photos as you want between Sept 5 2013 and March 31 2014. Use digital photo entries ( .jpg or.png) and be no more than 4 MB. (No alcohol in the pics or they will get marked as ineligible.)

To be eligible for any of the contest prizes, you must have a registered snowmobile and enter your sled’s plate number. North Dakota residents can register snowmobiles here.

Grand Prize is use of a 4-place trailer for a year!

Ameri-lite-trailer-prize-6Sled’N Snap’s Grand Prize is the use of this amazing 4 place aluminum snowmobile trailer for a year. The mid-deck offers convenient loading for your sleds. The interior has great fit and finish with charcoal aluminum walls. It comes with many other great features such as a helmet cabinet, CD player with speakers, beavertail for easy loading and 15” black inlay wheels.

You also can win a 2-place tilt trailer

All entries in Sled’N Snap will be eligible to win a two place aluminum tilt trailer. Four trailers, one for all entries from Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and North Dakota, will be given away by a random draw, so everyone has a chance! See contest rules for more information. Only residents of Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba and North Dakota are eligible to win the trailer prizes.

Other North Dakota Prizes

The following prizes can be won by anyone with a sled registered in ND or non-rewidents who have an ND out of state Trail Permit. (Non North Dakota residents Out-of-State Public Trails & Lands Access Permit.)

These prizes include:

Learn why you should register your snowmobile in ND

Check out this video from Snowmobile North Dakota to understand the benefits you gain from registering your snowmobile in North Dakota

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Snowmobile North Dakota plans meeting in Casselton

Snowmobile North Dakota Board of Directors has planned a meeting in Casselton for Saturday, Oct 26, beginning at 10 AM at the city hall, Casselton.

On the agenda is a discussion with the Cattrail Trail Association (representing the communities of Hope, Page, Clifford, Galesburg, Pillsbury and Luverne)) to discuss increasing the associations participation at the state level. This will begin at 10 AM. At 11 AM the board will discuss regular business.

Finally, a Region 5 Trail Meeting will begin at 11:30 AM. Region 5 includes the East Central Trail Association and the Southern Valley Trail Association. The Rural Cass Snowmobile Club is part of this region.

Region 5 Trail Meeting will discuss new programs and answer any questions from the local trail association members.

The public is invited to attend any portion of this meeting.

For more information, contact Keri Wanner, Executive Director of SND, at 701-328-5377 or

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Groomer ready for SnowJam 2013!


Thanks to Jeff Seifert of Casselton for getting the groomer inside on Sunday for some routine maintenance and to thaw out in preparation for grooming for SnowJam 2013.

You’ll find the groomer out on the trails later this week, once the wind settles down. If the weather cooperates, we hope to get the entire trail open for SnowJam.