Club History 

 

Our club has been in existence for over 30 years. The Kettle Range Snow Riders was formed in the early 1970's.  When the Two Rivers Snow Gulls club dis-banded our club took over a portion of their trails in the Point Beach area.  Kettle Range Snow Riders have consistently grown and been involved in the communities.  We have made donations to: skateboard park in Two Rivers, new ball diamond in Mishicot, park improvements in Francis Creek, Mishicot Park for building and improving the tractor pull area, Two Rivers Ecumenical Pantry, Mishicot School Outdoor Sports Complex, Multiple Sclerosis Walk, and Relay for Life.  We are an active club with about 80 families, however we always welcome new members.

 

Kettle Range Snow Riders name originated from the early days of the club where the club had Chili Dumps as fundraisers out on the trail.  While the club no longer does Chili Dumps the name has remained. 

 

Below is an original club sticker from the 1970's and a few "barn finds" from a member's barn including an Arctic Cat Panther, Starcraft, and a Massey Ferguson Ski Whiz.  In the last picture there is a John  Deere 340 Liquidfire and John Deere 400.

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