If you want to learn more about us, you’re in the right place. Read below to find some helpful links, our club history, and some of the members that make all of this possible.
Why is the club named Midnite Trail Riders? Legend has it that the club name came about because of the founders worked until ten and started riding at midnight.Our club was established in 1968 and was named Bayside. In 1972 the club became incorporated under the name Midnite Trail Riders. We are located in Champion, WI which is approximately 10 miles NE of Green Bay, WI.
Our trail runs north along Hwy 57 and connects to the Red River Riders trail system which will take you to the very popular Door County. Our trail runs north along Hwy 57 and connects to the Red River Riders trail system which will take you to the very popular Door County. If you
choose to travel east then you will connect to the Kewaunee trail system which leads you to the Ahnapee State Trail and Lake Michigan. Turning south you will connect with the Sugarbush Trail Tramps trail system which will take you to the rolling hills of Neshota Park. We exist to improve the sport of snowmobiling. Our club has 8 safety instructors that hold one to two safety classes per year.
We also are members of the Brown County Snow patrol. We have 6 members that are working together to promote safe and enjoyable snowmobiling for everyone, while respecting the rights of the landowners.