Drummond Island Snowmobile Trail Report
The Ice Bridge from Drummond Island to St. Joseph Island OPENED February 15, 2020.
The bridge will remain until until the conditions deteriorate in the spring. For U.S. Customs information, please visit our Ice Bridge page.
Groomer Report - March 3, 2020
The snow base varies from place to place on the island., anywhere from 3 inches to 1 foot! Our conditions range from good in areas to poor in others! The sun seems so nice, but it is deteriorating the snow on the trails. Over all they are flat and there is still some good riding left……
The west is in good to poor condition. The only reason I say poor is due to a mile stretch along the shore on the south end of the island near Canoe Bay!
The east end of the island is still in good shape! Again there is an area along the northeastern shore line
that’s a bit thin, but passable! The groomer is still staying on top of the water holes, which is a good sign!
The quarry has asked us to close the trail from the ferry to town after March 15 th for this season!
The rest of our trails will remain open until March 31!
***Please plan accordingly***
Keep your best snow dance! We need more snow!
Please remember it only takes a few minutes for hypothermia to set in once your core body gets wet!
NOW AVAILABLE AT THE
DRUMMOND ISLAND YACHT HAVEN
OR AS AN APP FOR YOUR PHONE
(REPORTING OFFSITE ARRIVAL-MOBILE)
U.S. Customs and Border Protection has expanded days/hours for travel across the ice bridge from Drummond Island, MI to St. Joseph's Island, Ontario!
Remember it takes less than 15 mins for hypothermia to set in once you're wet. Use extreme caution near these water holes.