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The Coeur d'Alene Snowmobile Club seeks to preserve and promote winter recreation in our community. Our club, in conjunction with the Idaho State Snowmobile Association, along with neighboring clubs, works to ensure our riding areas remain both safe and accessible to the public.


Our club goals are to promote safe family snowmobiling and help support the Kootenai County Trail Grooming program.

We are members of the Idaho State Snowmobile Association


Want to know more about the local trails, land issues or just meet some great people?  Come join us at our monthly meeting. 

**Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, we are cancelling our 2020 meetings. At the end of the year we will re-evaluate the 2021 meetings. Thank you for your understanding!

When: First Thursday, Oct thru March. Social hour 6pm, Meeting at 7pm

Where: iHop-2301 N 4th St, CDA               

Who: Anyone can attend, you do not need to be a club member to come check us out!

Why: Hear about land issues, group rides, groomer report, special guest speakers. Talk to the locals to find out where they are riding, snow conditions, and more!!



The Coeur d'Alene Snowmobile Club has been incorporated since January 10, 1968.  The original incorporators were Jay Couch, Del Kerr and Jerry Deitz.

Since that time, the club has become an organization with a full history of community activities and involvement in promoting the sport of snowmobiling. We are 100% affiliated with the Idaho State Snowmobile Association to help preserve access to public lands.



Want to know more about snowmobiling in Idaho? Check out the Park & Recreation Website 

Idaho Parks & Recreation


The Coeur d'Alene Snowmobile Club would like to invite you to join us by purchasing an annual membership. The dues are little, the rewards are huge! It's a great way to meet others that share the same interest, who ride the same areas, and find a group of great people.

Joining also protects the sport you LOVE. Membership helps provide legal defense money to keep ACCESS to LOCAL trails/backcountry.

How to become a Member

Click on MEMBER SIGNUP on the menu.  You may also click on DOCUMENTS  to download an application. If you choose this option and mail in your dues and pay by check or cash you may discount your membership by $1

Membership Dues

We are 100% affiliated club with the Idaho State Snowmobile Association. Our dues include annual membership to their organization, which we submit on your behalf. Annual period is from October through September. We offer three types of memberships:

Single: $33* ($13 Club + $20 ISSA)

Family: $36* ($16 Club + $20 ISSA)

Business: $100 ($50 Club + $50 ISSA)


*Discount $1 for cash or check payment




Be prepared and knowledgeable of the weather forecast before heading into the backcountry. Attend one of the local Avalanche Awareness Classes. Please see our event calendar for more info.

Our club members receive a discount with Life Flight through the ISSA



The Coeur d'Alene Snowmobile Club is an active over the snow user group that seeks adventure in the winter time. Our club members ride all different levels, terrains and machines. We just want to get out and enjoy the snow, oh and of course, see the beautiful mountain and lake views. 

We are committed to safety and we always account for and help everyone that joins the group. We plan off-trail and groomed trail rides. Plan for a full day and adventure on all of our rides!  We typically ride every weekend predominately in North Idaho, but we do plan & implement rides out of town. 

Our scheduled club rides will be located in our event calendar. We generally plan a trip to McCall in February and host a Family Night Ride. Since Mother Nature can be unpredictable, much of our riding is unscheduled, please join our Facebook Group page to get notified.

Note: For those considering joining our club, we welcome you. If you decide to join a CLUB RIDE, we must require a signed liability waiver which will be provided before the ride.  

Our Tracks Don't Last !!!


Kootenai Country has three groomers that leave from each of the 3 main trail heads, Fernan, Bunco & 4th of July. Grooming occurs twice weekly, weather permitting and can occur up to April 15th per Forest Service guidelines. There is not a specific schedule of which trails are groomed, but is based on the conditions of the day, and operator of the groomer. If you want to know specific conditions of the trails, we recommend joining our FaceBook group page and ask local riders

Snow Updates:

Want to know more about the current snow & precipitation reports? Idaho SNOTEL Snowpack Report

Kootenai County Use Area 28

Please designate Use Area 28 to support the Kootenai County Grooming Program.

Coeur d'Alene River Ranger District Idaho Panhandle National Forest Snowmobile Trail Map    Snowmobile Trail Map


  • Idaho State Resident Certificate/Sticker: $32.50
  • Idaho State Non-Resident Certificate/Sticker: $32.50
  • Kootenai County Groomer Sticker: $15.00
    **CDA Snowmobile Club sells Kootenai County Groomer Stickers
  • Montana Non-Resident Temporary Use permit/Sticker: $35.00
    **CDA Snowmobile Club sells Montana Non-Resident Stickers
  • Please note the Club no longer sells Idaho State Stickers

Sticker Fees, Where does this money go?

Idaho State Certificate of Number Stickers $32.50
    $  1.00 Idaho Statewide Search & Rescue
    $  1.50 Vendor Handling Fee
    $  4.50 Administration cost & production of sticker
    $22.50 Area number designated by owner

Kootenai Country Groomer Sticker $15.00
    $ 6.75 Groomer Program
    $ 6.00 Sheriff Dept for Law Enforcement
    $ 2.25 Administrative Costs (Club gets $0.50 if we sell the sticker)

Idaho State Snowmobile Definition:

SNOWMOBILE: Any self-propelled vehicle under 2,000 pounds unladen gross weight, designed primarily for travel on snow or ice or over natural terrains, which may be steered by tracks, skis or runners.

Kootenai County Ordinance:

ATV/UTV Allowed on Groomed Trails: OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE (OHV): Any all-terrain (ATV), motorcycle, or utility type vehicle (UTV), under 2,000 pounds unladen gross weight, with a maximum width less than 74 inches, which is designed for travel on snow or ice or over natural terrains, which may be steered by tracks, skis or runners.

Idaho Parks & RecreationAdditional Information is available here

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