Based in Lake City Michigan, we are responsible for the care, maintenance and grooming of over 55 miles of trails throughout Missaukee County. Missaukee County is located in Northern Michigan, between Houghton Lake and Cadillac. Our towns have plenty of Motels, Restaurants, Gas Stations, General Hardware Stores and Snow to meet every snowmobiler’s needs.
Trail Report – Updated 01/10/19
Our Groomers were out 01/03/19 – 01/05/19 cleaning brush and down trees. By 01/05/19 all trails have been cleaned up and groomed. The weather was warm but they did the best they could for the warm conditions and thinner snow. With the rain and ice early this week, the trails are icy so be careful if you go out. With the snow last night and hopes of more before weeks end, we do plan to get the groomers out this weekend. We will add updates as we get them out on the trails. Think snow!
Our trail systems interconnect with other trail systems in Wexford, Roscommon and Kalkaska Counties to provide you, the snowmobiler or ORV enthusiast, with hundreds of seamless miles of quality trails. If you enjoy snowmobile riding in Northern Michigan, please consider joining our club. Your membership helps keep our trails safe through proper brushing, signing and grooming.
On behalf of the Missaukee Trail Blazers, we sincerely hope that you will take advantage of the beautiful trail system maintained by this club and we hope that you consider participating.
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Questions & answers
Meetings are held on the 4th Monday of each month at the Missaukee E.M.S. Building located at 404 First Street, Lake City. Meetings begin at 6:30 PM unless otherwise posted.
Calling All Snowmobilers!
Snowmobile trail signs are being stolen all across Michigan. The DNR has an ad campaign alerting us of the dangers of removing signs from our trails. Signs are coming up missing in Missaukee County all over the Miss-Kal trail. We are asking snowmobilers who see anyone removing signs to get the registration numbers of the snowmobile and report them to the DNR. Please do not confront the thief as we do not want to cause a confrontation and put the reporter in any immediate danger. Call 1-800-292-7800 to file a report. Also, please call (231) 839-7986 and report missing signs to our Trail Coordinator. We will dispatch a crew to get them replaced immediately! Sign theft is not only illegal it is also very dangerous to riders. Furthermore stealing signs is costly. Part of your Trail Permit Fee pays for the signs on our trails. People who steal signs are stealing from everyone who bought a trail permit!