Events & Fundraisers
Snowmobile DayOctober 29, 2022
Snowmobile Day is a day to celebrate the snowmobiling community and begin preparations for the upcoming season. Snowmobile clubs, local dealers, associations, and snowmobile groups are invited to participate.More information
International Snowmobile Safety WeekJanuary 14-22, 2023
Download action manual
Take a Friend Snowmobiling CampaignFebruary 11-20, 2023
U.S. and Canada
Take a Friend Snowmobiling Campaign is all about introducing non-snowmobilers to our winter recreation of choice.Download campaign manual
The 55th International Snowmobile CongressJune 8-10, 2023
ISC will be hosted at the Radison on John Deere Commons in Moline, Illinois.
Use Amazon Smile to support organized snowmobiling today!
Here is a way to support organized snowmobiling – with absolutely no money out of your pocket. Amazon Smile.
We all buy from Amazon, some of us buy a lot and some of us buy a little. Some of us buy often and some of us buy occasionally. But reality is, we all buy from Amazon.
Sign into your Amazon account, navigate to smile.amazon.com and enter "american council of snowmobilers" as your charity of choice.
ACSA Calendar Raffle Winners
Mid-year price cut!
We have cut the price in half to just $10! There are still plenty of chances to win great prizes!
Only $10 donation for your chance to win!
Look below and you’ll see all of the prizes awarded to people who purchased a calendar and helped support snowmobiling as well!
View previous winners
Currently there are no posted winners for Sep. Please check back soon!
2022 ACSA Calendar Calendar Raffle
For only a $20 donation to ACSA, the 2022 calendar offers you 365 chances to winover $14,500 in prizes!
Only 3,000 calendars printed.
Name of winner is returned to be part of the next drawing and all subsequent drawings.
Cash prizes will be awarded by check.
Winners need not be present
Prizes will be mailed promptly.
Bill Townsend worked tirelessly to promote snowmobiling and to keep access for snowmobiling open across the West. This scholarship is given in memory of Bill’s many efforts with the goal of helping prepare the next generation of leaders and land managers to work for continued snowmobiling access across the United States.