A club of dedicated snowmobile fans in the Fort Atkinson, WI area.
WELCOME TO FORT DRIFT SKIPPERS
The Drift Skippers club was started in 1970, with two forward thinking riders, and a strong desire to have a great trail system around the Ft. Atkinson area.
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The Fort Driftskippers Snowmobile Club and VFW Post 1879 have co-sponsored an afternoon of fun, music, and food goodies. The event is held every year in the fall between 12:00 noon and 4:00PM at the Fort Atkinson VFW Post 1879 at 2074 Vet Lane in Fort Atkinson. Food includes sweet corn, brats, burgers, hot dogs, chips, cookies, and beverages! The DJ spins tunes beginning at 12:00PM. All profits are used to support the military vets and the maintenance and support of local snowmobile trails. COME JOIN US in 2020!
WISCONSIN SNOWMOBILE TRAILS OPEN DEC 1, 2019
This is weather dependent. Stay tuned to this web site and other local clubs' sites in the area for further details.
SNOWMOBILE RADAR RUN ON LAKE KOSHKONONG
The Fort Driftskippers holds a snowmobile radar run on Lake Koshkonong in front of Sunset Bar each year in late January or early February, weather and ice conditions permitting. Stay tuned for more more details and dates.
WISCONSIN SNOWMOBILE TRAIL PASSES AVAILABLE FROM AWSC
Wisconsin snowmobile registrations with the Wisconsin DNR are valid for two years, however an annual trail pass must be purchased to operate a snowmobile on Wisconsin trails. The fine for not having a valid trail pass is now $295. If you are a member of a Wisconsin Snowmobile Club, you can purchase Annual Trail Passes at a reduced rate from the Alliance of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs. Click here to get yours today! If you are not currently a Wisconsin Snowmobile club member, you can join our club by attending a Fort Driftskippers monthly meeting!
JEFFERSON COUNTY SNOWMOBILE TRAIL MAP ONLINE
The Jefferson County Snowmobile Trail Map is available on line from the Jefferson County Snowmobile Alliance website. Click here to gain access to it.
DRIFTY WINS THE TOP PRIZE!
The Fort Drift Skippers duck, Drifty, won first place at the duck races held in downtown Fort Atkinson on September 23rd, 2017!
ANNUAL CORN BOILS
The Fort Drift Skippers' Corn Boils are another successful event held annually in the fall with great weather (usually), great food, great music, and your generous contributions which allow our club to continue to improve and maintain our local snowmobile trail system. Thanks to all who attend each year!
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WHO WE ARE
Snowmobile Fans Doing Good!
Our mission at Fort Drift Skippers is to unite snowmobilers from around Fort Atkinson, creating a community of openness and enthusiasm. Since 1970, we’ve been a valuable resource for club members sharing important news and updates. We never rest on our laurels, and are always looking to improve and expand our sport of safely snowmobiling. We have many members who participate in trail maintenance and install hundreds of trail markers in the fall and remove them in the spring. We maintain lots of bridges over waterways and identify and re mediate potential problems along the 30 miles of local trails.
The Fort Drift Skippers have many fundraisers throughout the year and donate thousands of dollars to charitable organizations such as the Jefferson County Humane Society and the Boys and Girls Club among others.