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We're the Heart of Snowmobiling in Grand Rapids & Itasca County

The Itasca Driftskippers Snowmobile Club was formed in 1969 to help share and promote Grand Rapids, MN and Itasca County snowmobiling, by providing camaraderie and sociability among club members.

The club promotes and supports safe and responsible snowmobiling in the local area by conducting youth safety training, adult education programs, safety advertisements and providing safe trails. Working with local business and organizations, the club promotes the positive economic impact of the sport of snowmobiling.

Club Membership is open to any individual 18 years of age or a family, who pays annual dues. JOIN US!

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Trail Reports

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Club Membership

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Tues., October 17th - 7 p.m.

At the Driftskippers Clubhouse.
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Next Class - TBA

MN/DNR Authorized field training for Youth Snowmobile Safety Certification

New Trail Signage

Learn More About the Driftskippers Enhanced Trail Signage.

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Club Updates

Pokegama Lake Trail Work

There will be a work party this Wednesday September 28th at 10 a.m. where the ...

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Driftskippers Trail Work Day October 22nd at 9 a.m.

Fall trail clean up work day will be Saturday October 22nd. Meet at the Itasca ...

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Driftskippers Fall highway clean-up/burger bash

The September 20th monthly meeting will be our first meeting for the season.  We will ...

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Driftskippers Summer Update

Not much has been happening around the club house this summer with the exception of ...

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Driftskippers spring highway clean-up/burger bash

The May 17th monthly meeting will be our last meeting for the season.  We will ...

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Driftskippers Trail Report – 2022-03-09

3-9-2022. Todd G. grooming on the Driftskipper Trail on his way to and from Hwy ...

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