Get the latest trail conditions with the Willmar Lakes Area trail report so you can take advantage of the great trails in the area.
E-Z Riders Snow Club
Phone: Steve Lottman 320-235-7769 OR Mark Grindy 320-235-9625
Joe Shimota 320-979-4953
West Central Snow Drifters
Dennis Evenson 320-894-1461
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Summer is a great time to take advantage of the many miles of trails in the Willmar Lakes Area! Whether you choose to bike, hike, roller blade, horseback ride or jog, our trails have what you’re looking for: peace, tranquility, wildlife, a variety of terrain and a great view! So come on out…the trails are calling you!
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Spring has finally arrive in Minnesota and we couldn’t be more excited! All of our trails are free of snow and ice and are just waiting for you to enjoy them! Enjoy the trails in the Willmar Lakes Area by walking, running, biking, rollerblading or however you choose. Let’s just get outside and enjoy the warmer weather!
All trails in the area are in good to very good condition. A few spots are showing a little wear and tear due to traffic and the weather, but it’s still good for snowmobiling!
Since the rain/snow event on Thursday, March 16, all trails are not regroomed. Local snow depth is 30 inches.
Trails have NOT be groomed and are not skiable. *time to break out the snowshoes.
The snowmobile trails in the Willmar Lakes Area are about 70% groomed and they are in good to excellent condition! Hopefully they hold out throughout our next winter storm coming Thursday evening and through Friday.
The snowmobile trails in the Willmar Lakes Area are in very good condition! There are only a couple of light spots near the open fields, but the recent snowfall has helped to fill in any gaps. Plan that last snowmobile getaway before spring arrives and the temperatures warm up!
Glacial Lakes State Trail – Snowmobile trail is groomed and in excellent shape. The trail has a seven inch base and local snow depth is 10 inches. Sibley State Park – Due to equipment breakdowns trails are not groomed but feel free to break new trail. We received about 4 inches on 03/01/23 and that has not been groomed. There is a 12 inch base for skiing and snowmobiling.
Prairie Woods Environmental Learning Center: Trails by main building are packed. Trails at farmsite have a single classic track set. Bike trails have not been packed.
The Glacial Lakes State Trail has a 4 inch groomed surface and groomers report good conditions for snowmobiling. Roughly 10 inches of snow covers the ground along the trail. Prairie Woods Environmental Learning Center: Last couple days have been tough on trails. We ripped up classic tracks in preparation for the warm wet weather. Trails are hard packed and very crusty with several sections of just ice. Good news – no bare ground showing. So, if we get another round of snow we might be back in business. Sibley State…