Club Facts and History

The Club was founded in 1968 with trails between Menahga and Huntersville. The trails were groomed with an Alpine Ski-doo (twin track) pulling a coil bed spring.

We now have 204 miles of groomed trails.

We have 2 corridor trails.

Corridor Trail 67 coming from Little Falls and going thru Nevis

Corridor Trail 69 coming from Alexandria and going thru Park Rapids.

From the Wadena County Snowmobile Trails, all snowmobile riders can go –

West to Perham and Wolf Lake

North to Park Rapids and Nevis

East to Brainerd

South to Alexandria and Little Falls

The trails take you across private land and two (2) State Forest area trails.

We ask that you support the sponsors on our trail map.

We ask that all riders ride on the trail, as we do have many miles on private Land.



Trailbreakers Inc. Snowmobile Club news release

On January 13, 2018, The club celebrated its 50th Anniversary.

The club started September 17, 1967 at the Huntersville Forest Campsite.  It started out as the Sebeka Trailbreakers Snowmobile Club.  Most area towns had snowmobiles clubs in the 1960’s and 70’s when there were over 100 manufacturers of snowmobiles. Due to the popular growing sport a few individuals worked hard establishing trails, held races, trail rides, cook outs, and regular meetings (which they rode their snowmobiles to each time).  As poor snow conditions and the economy caused manufacturers to close, many clubs did as well.  The Trailbreakers continued to groom trails and have meetings throughout those times.

The name was changed in the 1990’s to Trailbreakers Inc because it now includes all of Wadena County.  There are members from every area of the county.  Meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month in a different area of the county.  The areas that make up the club are Sebeka, Menahga, Huntersville, Wadena, Verndale, Nimrod, Staples, Aldrich.

The club maintains 204 miles of trails in the county.  This also includes 2 corridor trails that people can ride from one end of the state to the other much like an interstate highway.  The trail system relies on private property and 2 state forests.  The trails connect with other area club trails so you can actually ride anywhere in the state without having to go off a groomed trail as they all connect.  Our trails are also mapped on GPS.

The club has nice equipment consisting of 2 large Tucker Groomers. They also have a smaller groomer, skid steer and equipment for mowing brush and doing trail work.  One groomer is based in Wadena and the other in Sebeka.  The club also grooms the Wolf Lake trail system including the Smoky Hills.