Coby Freeburg

Meet the staff 

history of our farm


Our farm, orginally called "The Sister's Farm," was built in 1905. The farm was used by nuns to grow food for patients of the local tuberculosis sanitarium. They grew a variety of vegetables along with livestock such as cows, pigs, and horses. In 1960, the farm was purchased by Asplins tree farm, where they planted over 10,000 Christmas trees on the property. Some of these trees were never harvested and tours run through the now tall balsam trees. The farm house fell into the disrepair until 1990 when the property was bought by the Freeburgs. Dick Freeburg restored the house and was also awarded a grant to restore the barn in 2005.

Snowmobile tours available

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where else can you find us

Dick Freeburg

Coby is the Mascot of Farmhouse Snowmobiling.  Coby is a good boy.  He enjoys tug-o-war, butt scratches and eating everything.  He loves adventures and is excited to meet everyone.  Ask for him when you stop by!  He'd love to say hi.

We offer an hour and a half tour.  Not too short, not too long.  We've found that this time is ideal for families and still gives plenty of time for photos and breaks.  This is approximately 20 miles of riding.

We like to keep the rides  personable and promote a family adventure.  If you have a large family or group and need more snowmobiles, we are happy to cater to the large group.  If the tour consists of mixed groups, we prefer to keep a limit of 6 snowmobiles per tour.

Owner Dick Freeburg has been in the snowmobile business since 1996.  He has been guiding and maintaining snowmobiles for many years. He found his interest in snowmobiling when he purchased a fixer upper in the early 90's for his family. He saw the way his family enjoyed the great outdoors and wanted to share this with others.

We have been featured in the ABC show "The Good Wife."