There are Five (5) Snowmobile Trail Zones that make up the County Snowmobile Trail System. These zones can be opened or closed independently as conditions warrant. Snowmobile Club representatives in each of the zones report conditions to the County Parks Manager for opening and closing decisions.
WHEN A DODGE COUNTY ZONE IS OPEN - THE DODGE COUNTY BORDER TRAIL TO THAT ZONE IS OPEN, even if the other adjacent Dodge County zone is closed (unless otherwise stated on the TRAIL STATUS LINE (920) 386-3705). THIS ONLY COVERS DODGE COUNTY - NOT OTHER COUNTIES.
|SNOWMOBILE TRAIL MAPS AND ZONES - FOR DODGE COUNTY ONLY|
| Zone 1 - (NORTHWEST) - Bounded by
Corridor Trail #13 on the south and the Wild Goose Trail on the east.
| Zone 2 - (NORTHEAST) - Bounded by
Corridor Trail #34 on the south and the Wild Goose Trail on the west.
| Zone 3 - (SOUTHEAST) - Bounded by
Corridor Trail #34 on the north and Watertown Trail on the west.
| Zone 4 - (SOUTHWEST) - Bounded by Corridor Trail #13 and the Oak Grove Trail
on the north and Watertown Trail on the east.
|Zone 5 - (EXTREME SOUTHWEST) - Includes Corridor Trail #36 between Jefferson and Dane Counties and the club trail from Corridor Trail 36 on the gas station in Reeseville.|
Trail Conditions Hotline - (920) 386-3705