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Get the latest trail conditions with the Willmar Lakes Area trail report. Updated weekly 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
Kandiezriders@gmail.com

Sno Skippers
Joe Shimota 320-979-4953
josephshimota@yahoo.com

West Central Snow Drifters
Dennis Evenson 320-894-1461

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Trail Reports

Trail Report for 3-24-22

Warm temperatures have caused trail conditions to deteriorate rapidly. Most cross-country ski and snowmobile trails are either in poor condition or have been closed, and grooming has been suspended for the remainder of the season.

Sibley State Park Trail Report for 3-8-22

Ski and snowmobile trails are in poor condition due to melting snow on the trails. Local snow depth is less than 5 inches.

Trail Report for 3-3-22

Mild temperatures and an increase in the strength of the sun have caused conditions to deteriorate on trails in the Willmar Lakes Area. The forecasted rain and sleet this weekend will deteriorate the trails even further.

Sibley State Park Trail Report for 2-24-22

Ski trails were groomed on 2/23/2022. Overall they are in good condition, but snow depths will vary throughout the park. The snowmobile trails are partially groomed and in good condition. Both trails have a 3 inch base. Roughly 7 inches of snow covers the ground within the park.

Sibley State Park Trail Report for 2-17-22

Due to snow melting and rain falling last week, trails are in very poor condition. There are many bare spots on ski and snowmobile trails.

Sibley State Park Trail Report for 2-10-22

Due to rain and snow meltage this week, trails are in very poor condition. Many bare spots on ski and snowmobile trails. Sledding hill also in very poor condition.

Sibley State Park Trail Report for 2-3-22

Snow depth varies throughout the park. Ski trails will be groomed on 2/4/22 and conditions are considered fair. The skate ski loop will be groomed and single track will be set for the rest of the ski trails, except for the western horse trail loop. The snowmobile trails are partially groomed and in fair condition. Both trails have a 3 inch base.

Sibley State Park Trail Report for 1-27-22

The ski trails at Sibley State Park are groomed and conditions are considered good. The snowmobile trails are groomed and in fair condition. Both trails have a 3 inch base on average. Roughly 6 inches of snow covers the ground within the park.

Sibley State Park Trail Report for 1-20-22

The ski and snowmobile trails at Sibley State Park are partially groomed and conditions are considered fair. The trails have a 3 inch base on average. Roughly 5 inches of snow covers the ground within the park.

Sibley State Park Trail Report for 1-13-22

Snow depth varies throughout the park. We did have some snow melt this week. The trails have been packed. Mt. Tom road and the skate ski loop are the only trails with tracks set. We hopeful that conditions will improve with the predicted snow accumulation tonight into Friday.

Sibley State Park Trail Report for 1-6-22

All snowmobile trails at Sibley State Park remain ungroomed but conditions are considered fair. The trails have a 3 inch base. Roughly 6 inches of snow covers the ground within the park. Mt. Tom road and the skate ski loop are the only trails with tracks set.

Sibley State Park Trail Report for 12-29-21

Snow depth varies throughout the park and most of the trails have been packed. Mt. Tom road is the only trail with tracks set.