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Snowmobile Grants

Snowmobiling is one of the most exciting ways to experience the great outdoors! The Montana Snowmobile Program provides grant funding to support snowmobile trail grooming and education so enthusiasts can ride safely in Montana.

2022 Snowmobile Grant Proposals

Public Comment Opportunity

The public is invited to comment on the following funding requests.


Email comments to Seth McArthur, at fwpsnowmobile@mt.gov by September 5, 2022 at 5 p.m.

 

Full grant information is available by request in the Parks and Outdoor Recreation Division office at FWP headquarters located at 1420 E. 6th Avenue in Helena, Montana 59620.

About the Program

Welcome to the Montana Snowmobile Program, administered by Montana State Parks. 

This state grant program supports snowmobile trail grooming, the purchase and repair of grooming-related equipment, safety education, public outreach, and law enforcement.

This grant funding is available to: snowmobiling clubs, organizations and public land-managing agencies.

The Snowmobile Program Advisory Committee meets each year to make recommendations on the use of all snowmobile grant funds.

Key Information

Application Information

The Montana snowmobile program has moved to an online grant application process. All grant applicants must register as a user and submit their grant applications online at https://funding.mt.gov/index.doPaper grant applications are no longer available.

Financial Forms

Grooming Log Forms

Volunteer Forms

Trail Inspection Forms

Accident Forms

In case of an accident on groomed snowmobile trails, contact Seth McArthur, Montana Snowmobile Program Manager at smcarthur@mt.gov or 406-444-3753, follow the instructions in the Accident Guide, and complete the Report of Incident form:

Contact

Seth McArthur
Montana Snowmobile and OHV Program Manager
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks
P.O. Box 200701
Helena, MT 59620-0701
(406) 444-3753
smcarthur@mt.gov