IF YOU'RE NOT HERE
YOU'RE NOT SNOWMOBILING
Have you always wanted to ride your snowmobile to the Northwest Angle or take in all the different trails Northern MN has to offer, all while having one home-base each night? Roseau, MN is centrally located to hundreds of miles of trails and with us as home-base for your snowmobile trip, you can spend one day riding to the Northwest Angle and the next 2 or 3 days hitting the groomed nearby trials. Whatever you do, you’ll be planning to come back year after year. The time is now. Load up the trailer and pack your bags for the ride of your life as you hit the trails in the birthplace of Polaris!
Roseau County offers 300 + miles of marked & groomed snowmobile trails, open country trails connecting to other nearby towns & State Forests as well as trails connecting to Kittson & Lake of the Woods County. Our trails are maintained by the local volunteer snowmobile club, the Roseau County Trailblazers. Here you can find any type of riding to fulfill your riding style.
As Edgar Hetteen said: “Snowmobiling can almost be a religious experience”.
Come discover why thousands of people across the U.S. and Canada choose Roseau for their Snowmobile and ATV destination. Come to Roseau and create your own truly amazing winter snowmobiling experience!
City Limits Snowmobile & ATV Routes
Minnesota State DNR Map of Snowmobile Trails
Roseau County Trailblazers
Paved Multi-purpose Recreation Trails Map
JIGGING & LACES
CROSS COUNTY SKIING
Find nearly 1,000 acres of greenway along the Roseau River Flood Diversion project. This area provides a natural area for plants and wildlife as well as recreation. One feature of the greenway is a 4.5 mile paved non-motorized recreational trail running the full length of the Diversion, starting at the Roseau City Park. Additionally, there are designated ATV trails and an ATV terrain park incorporated into the greenway space. Another feature constructed by a local bike club is nearly 13 miles of single track mountain bike trails in and around large spoils piles from the diversion construction, dubbed Mt. Roseau.