Maple Plain Snomads
Contact: Patricia Karasov
Club meets on the second Wednesday of the month at Monie's Bar, Maple Plain at 8:00 pm.
Maple Plain Snomads Mission Statement:
Our goal is to create new trails, reestablishing previously closed trails and promote safe snowmobiling while serving the communities of Independence and Maple Plain. Our club is proud to represent those responsible riders who respect Minnesota's environment, appreciate the rights of other riders, and interact courteously with motorists and private citizens.
Work with local landowners to provide designated routes for safe snowmobiling and encourage snowmobile operation on marked and accessible trails.
Promote courteous and responsible snowmobiling, and work with local officials to promote safe and lawful snowmobile operation.
Develop and maintain a safe and comprehensive system of trails linked to those in other communities to provide access to the statewide trail system.
Provide a social activity centered upon the sport of snowmobiling to the betterment of the community.
To act as a resource and distribution point for information and knowledge which furthers the safety of snowmobiling and for the safety of the public in general.
To develop a common appreciation, understanding, and knowledge of the sport of snowmobiling in the State of Minnesota.
Date: 12/02/2018 12/02/2018
Event: Snowmobile Youth Safety Online Field Day - Independence CLASS FULL
Description: Maple Plain Snomads are sponsoring a Snowmobile Youth Safety Online Field Day Class at Independence City Hall, 1920 Cty Rd 90, Independence, on 12/02/18. Registration begins at 8:00 am with classroom instruction from 9:00 am to noon. A lunch/snack will be provided from 12:00 to 12:30 pm with the classroom test and driving test taking place from 12:30 to 3:30 pm. Must be 11 years of age before class start date listed above in order to be eligible to take this class. Please RSVP with Colin Brown at (763) 913-5377 or email@example.com. Students attending the Snomads class are required to complete the DNR's online training course and to bring their completion certificate with them to the Snomads classroom/driving class and exam. Bring a helmet and snowmobile gear for the outdoor riding exam. Please contact Colin Brown for additional information.