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Indiana has more than 200 miles of snowmobile trail open to the public. These trails are provided through a partnership between local snowmobile clubs, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, and the Indiana Snowmobilers Association. The trails are located in northern Indiana and are free to the public. They are open to snowmobiles only when conditions allow from December-March and posted as “open.” Always check trail conditions before hitting the trail. Additionally, snowmobiling is legal on private property with permission of the landowner and on country roads in certain counties. In all cases, snowmobiles must be registered and should follow all applicable state snowmobile regulations.
Most trails have been leased from private landowners for public use. CONTINUED USE OF THE TRAIL DEPENDS UPON YOUR COOPERATION IN FOLLOWING THESE REGULATIONS:
Potawatomi Snowmobile Trail
32 Mile Public Trail near Angola
Managed by the Potawatomi Snowmobile Club