Normenco Sportsman Club, located in Powers Spalding MI, grooms and maintains 115 miles of snowmobiling and 85 miles of ORV trails. The trails are located in North Menominee county, part of Dickinson county, part of Delta county, and part of Marquette county.
The trail in north Menominee county starts at the Veterans Park in Spalding Township located 1 mile west of the junction of US 2 and US 41 in Powers, Michigan. Ample parking is available at this trail head. Powers Spalding offers lodging, restaurants, gas stations and most important a very friendly atmosphere. Most avenues in the area are open to snowmobiles to access the local businesses.
The township and the village ask you to drive with caution in the business areas. The Trail Head in Powers Spalding will connect you with any trail in the Upper Peninsula. From Powers Spalding to Ironwood, to the Keewanaw, to Marquette, and to Sault Ste. Marie. This Trail Head is the gateway to the entire Upper Peninsula.
All trails are clearly marked and maintained. For the “adventerous” rider , there is approxamately 55.000 acres of corporate owned land open to the public for recreation purposes. Corporate land requires you to stay on their roads which are not plowed or groomed. Just excellent deep snow riding in very remote areas. Please stay out of logging areas that are active.
All riders require a trail permit whether on groomed trails or not. Trail permits are available in the Powers/Spalding area or at any DNR office.
For any questions Monday-Friday, call 1-906-497-5509 or 1-906-497-5963.
Ride safe, have fun and enjoy the snowmobile trail system across the Upper Peninsula.
Members of the Normenco Sportsman Club
Snowmobile trails in the area
> click here to download complete map in pdf