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MARINETTE COUNTY ALLIANCE SNOWMOBILE AND ATV/UTV TRAIL WEB SITE.

MAY 7, 2019 UPDATE FROM MARINETTE COUNTY RE: ATV/UTV TRAILS

The tentative date to open the ATV/UTV trail system will be

Friday, May 17th.

AS OF 5/7/19 THE TRAILS ARE STILL CLOSED!

MARINETTE COUNTY PRESS RELEASE:
Date: March 27, 2019
From: Pete Villas, Forestry and Parks Administrator
Subject: ATV Trail Closure:

The entire Marinette County ATV Trail System will be closed to all vehicles effective Friday, March 29, 2019 until further notice. This closure is required to protect the soft trail bed from erosion damage caused by ATV’s and other vehicles during spring break up. ATV trails will re-open when conditions warrant. Another press release will be placed in the paper when the trails are re-opened.

There is NO SET DATE for the trails to reopen. That decision will be made by Marinette County and will depend upon conditions. We will post here on this web site when the County determines the trails can reopen. This spring, who knows.

Info for each club will be posted on their pages on this web site. Click on the club links on the right side of this page. Trail conditions, updates and changes and club event info will be posted here Tuesdays of each week during the snow season and updated as necessary if conditions change. The information on this web site comes directly from the clubs. This is your best source for accurate information regarding the Marinette County snowmobile, ATV/UTV trail system. Trail reports are also shared with the Marinette County Snowmobile Alliance Face Book page, Travel Wisconsin, The Real North and Marinette County’s web pages. For more information about a club or a particular area, please contact that club directly.

Note:  Kumalong (Coleman), River Road Riders (Marinette) and Ranger City Riders (Amberg) do NOT allow atv’s & utv’s on their trail systems at any time.  Ride legal! Know before you go so we do not lose trail access. The new 2019 snowmobile-atv-utv map is now available from the business sponsors and the clubs. Pick up a copy or contact a local club to obtain a map. It’s a year ’round map that clearly shows where the trails are and what type of trail it is and if atv’s/utv’s are allowed.