It is unlawful to operate on private property without the permission of the property owner.
It is unlawful to operate within city limits between the hours of 10 p.m. and 8 a.m. except for the purpose of going to or returning from an evening ride, or for an emergency.
It is unlawful to operate on a side walk or berm, except that a direct crossing of a side walk or berm can be made for the purpose of crossing a city street.
It is unlawful to operate on a city street:
Faster than 15 Miles Per Hour
Other than single file
Other than at the extreme right hand side of the road
It is unlawful to operate on publicly-owned land including schools, parks, playgrounds and recreation areas where notice has been posted prohibited their use and cemeteries whether posted or not.
It is unlawful to operate within 100 feet of a church, school building, skating rink, sliding area, nursing home or other property where operation would conflict with normal use or endanger persons or property.
Operation on city roadways is permitted only as follows:
From the owner’s residence directly to an area the snowmobile can be legally operated.
In an emergency when weather or road conditions make operating a motor vehicle impractical.
All other Minnesota Statutes regarding the legal use of snowmobiles apply as well.