ATTENTION IN THE PITS! It’s time to start getting geared up for the 17th Annual Brainerd Snodeos Grass Drags and Swap Meet!!! Join us at the Crow Wing County Fair Grounds on September 13th – 14th for an action packed day of grass drags! When you’re not watching the racing action, take a wander through the swap meet and get equipped with all the parts, accessories and toys you’d ever need! More info coming soon! Check out the Grass Drags page here!

2019 Grass Drags Tentative Date

Hello Everyone! I’m spamming your feed in January to announce the tentative dates for Grass Drags 2019! We are currently planning for September 13th & 14th at the Crow Wing County Fair Grounds. Dates are still subject to change and details are still being worked out. Stay tuned for updates!

New Snodeos Forum Page

Howdy y’all! Steve here this time. Check out our new forum page at! Brand new as of July 1st and just getting started. Still in development and testing, but open for early access! If you guys like it, we can keep it. It does take a little bit of work to maintain. Use the contact link at the bottom of the forum page if you run into any troubles or if you have any questions! See you there!

Radar Run – 2/25/17 on Upper South Long Lake

The Brainerd Snodeos and Paradise Shores Bar and Grill are hosting a radar run on upper south long lake Saturday, February 25th 2017. The track will have 1000 ft of shaved ice and 2000+ feet of shutdown with a high tech speed trap.Classes for every sled with “Fun Run” section as well. Cash Prizes for top speed of the day as well as trophies for first and second place in every class except “Fun run”. 50-65 classes including kids, ATV, traction, non-traction, and vintage.

Registration opens at 7 am runs start at 9 am. 5 runs for $25 and $10 insurance.

10067 Leisure Ln, Brainerd, MN 56401-2192

For more information find the event on Facebook, or call Kris (770)-733-5858.

Trail Prep under way for ’16-’17 snowmobile season

Hello Snodeos!

Just a quick message to let you all know that trail prep is underway on our trail system to get everything cleaned up, cleared, marked, and ready to ride this winter. We have a lot of volunteers spending long hours out on the trails cutting brush, removing trees from this summer’s severe storms, and making sure the trails are adequately marked with the necessary signs and trail markers. We look forward to having a good winter for riding, and our members and groomer operators are itching for some seat time! We hope you all enjoy the fall season, and we’ll see you on the trails!