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Every snowmobile adventure requires one very important element: snow! Averaging more than 120 inches annually, Sault Ste. Marie is a snowmobiler’s dream and the perfect hub from which to explore hundreds of miles of groomed trails across the Eastern Upper Peninsula and beyond. 

Snowmobile Sault Ste. Marie MichiganConnecting a variety of small communities and running through national forests, state forest lands and snow-covered hills and plains across the region, touring the EUP by snowmobile is both exhilarating and awe-inspiring. Watch for the abundant wildlife and be sure to leave time for hearty lunches and dinners at area restaurants and taverns. Most, but not all, city streets are open to safe snowmobiling and allow riders access to businesses and lodgingSnowmobile Sault Ste. Marie Michigan

A break from the trail is equally exhilarating at Kewadin Casino or in downtown Sault Ste. Marie, where a local  brew pub, wineries, and restaurants await you. You can also take advantage of our snow with these great winter activities. Be sure to put the first Saturday in February on your calendar, when the International 500 Snowmobile Race brings NASCAR-style excitement to our snowy city.

The Power of Powder Enjoy Our SnowSnowmobiling Downtown Sault Ste. Marie Michigan

Opening city streets is regarded by many as the ultimate invitation to the snowmobile enthusiasts seeking the right combination of city lodging, restaurants, and entertainment near wooded, well-groomed trails connected to the city by a tunnel beneath I-75. Click for a PDF of the Sault Ste. Marie Snowmobile Trail Map.  For images of City Trail Map and Area Trail Map click here.

Transport Across the Mackinac Bridge

The Mackinac Bridge Authority provides transport for snowmobilers who are not allowed to cross on their own. The service is available 8:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. seven (7) days a week. Fees are:

  • The Mackinac Bridge Authority will transport snowmobiles across the structure at a cost of $15 per sled one way, plus $3.50 for each additional rider
  • For more information call the Mackinac Bridge 906-643-7600

CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION DRUMMOND ISLAND ICE BRIDGE PROCEDURES 2011

General Reporting Instructions

1. All U.S. Citizens and aliens seeking entry to the United States MUST REPORT their arrival.

2. Travelers arriving at Drummond Island, via the “Ice Bridge” are required to immediately report their arrival to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) office upon entering from a foreign port or country.

3. For general information regarding reporting procedures please call CBP @ 906-632-2631.

 

 

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