Safety Training

2024 Youth Snowmobile Safety Training Schedule: Due to lack of snow, all scheduled youth snowmobile safety classes have been cancelled.

Youth riders must complete their online Minnesota Snowmobile Safety Course prior to the hands-on training.  Register for your online course here:  Official Minnesota Snowmobile Safety Course |

Our Club hosted two (2) youth snowmobile safety training events at our Chisholm clubhouse during the 2022-2023 season.  Nearly 50 kids participated in the training courses.

Special thanks to Conservation Officer Marc Johnson for participating in the training and talking to the kids about snowmobile safety.


Born after December 31st, 1976? Then you need to successfully complete a Minnesota approved Snowmobile Safety Course before riding on public lands. is a delegated provider for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.


  • Youth ages 11-15
  • Meets two or more times
  • Eight hours minimum classroom
  • Includes a riding performance course
  • Lead by trained volunteer instructors
  • Certificate becomes valid at age 12

Click here for a list of Traditional Snowmobile Safety classes in your area.


  • Youth ages 11-15
  • Complete one of the online courses:
  • Student attends a one day class room review and riding performance course*
  • Lead by trained volunteer instructors
  • Certificate becomes valid at age 12

*Find a Field Day/Riding Performance Course

Adult Certification (ages 16 and up)

Minnesota requires snowmobile certification by law for anyone born after December 31, 1976. Adult snowmobile safety certification is for snowmobile operators age 16 and over.

Complete one of the following:

  • – fee for the course is $24.95
  • Or complete a Youth Snowmobile Certification class

The adult course is designed to show the student the most common causes for snowmobile accidents in Minnesota, and how to avoid becoming an accident statistic. Upon successful completion of the Online Snowmobile Safety Course, the student will complete self-certification procedures to print their Snowmobile Certificate.

For general information, please call (888) 646-6367, (651) 296-6157, or (800) 366-8917, or email your name and address to