Trail Update January 31, 2022

TRAIL CLOSURES – Effective Tuesday February 1, 2022 at 6AM Neillsville/Granton Trail Busters (ALL CLOSED) GWR Riders (Greenwood) (CLOSED east of County Highway M) Thorp Sno Raiders (ALL CLOSED except corridor trail 27 will remain open) PARTIAL TRAIL CLOSURES – Effective Tuesday February 1, 2022 at 6AM Curtiss Boomtown Sno Chasers: Trail O (CLOSED) Loyal Sno Angels: Corridor trail 20 between intersection 74 & 76 (CLOSED) Clark County: Trail FS between Snyder County Park & intersection 9A (CLOSED for the season) All other Snowmobile and Winter ATV trails located on Public and Private Lands in Clark County will remain open. Please reference the Clark County snowmobile map for further clarification on exact location of trail closures. Please follow the color coded trails for each club as well as intersection numbers. https://www.clarkcountywi.gov/for-trails-snowmobile Riders can expect early season riding conditions, this includes icy patches, thin base and rough agricultural fields. Riders are reminded to use caution while riding. Please use caution while riding trails in the Clark County Forest. There are several areas where logging operations are taking place. Trucks will be hauling on forest roads and snowmobile trails. Some snowmobile trails are plowed. Please slow down, yield to logging equipment and use caution. Please note that UTV’s are not allowed on the Clark County Trails system during the winter months (November 1- May 14).

Trail Update January 27, 2022

All Snowmobile and Winter ATV trails located on Public and Private Lands in Clark County will open to riders on Friday January 28, 2022 at 8AM. Riders can expect early season riding conditions, this includes icy patches, thin base and rough agricultural fields. Riders are reminded to use caution while riding.

*TRAIL CLOSURE:  Trail FS between Snyder Park and Chili Road at intersection 9A will be closed until further notice.

*TRAIL CLOSURE: Trail X from intersection 40 north and east to the Black River/Clark Ave, which is maintained by the Thorp Sno Raiders, will remain closed until further notice.

Please use caution while riding trails in the Clark County Forest. There are several areas where logging operations are taking place. Trucks will be hauling on forest roads and snowmobile trails. Some snowmobile trails are plowed. Please slow down, yield to logging equipment and use caution. Please note that UTV’s are not allowed on the Clark County Trails system during the winter months (November 1- May 14). Clark County trails are subject to periodic closure; for updates on recent closures and/or openings please contact the Forestry and Parks Department at 715-743-5140, or visit the county website at www.clarkcountywi.gov for more information on our trail system.

Trail Update February, 22, 2021

All Snowmobile and Winter ATV trails located in Clark County, on both Public and Private Lands, Will be closed at NOON today Monday February 22nd.

Clark County trails are subject to periodic closure; for updates on recent closures and/or openings please contact the Forestry and Parks Department at 715-743-5140 or visit the county website at www.clarkcountywi.com for more information on our trail system.

Tail Update February 6, 2021

All Snowmobile and Winter ATV trails located in Clark County, on both Public and Private Lands, except the below, will open on Saturday 6th at 8:00am.

The below trail segments remain closed;
-GWR Riders Trail GG, from Intersection 27 to Oak Ridge Parking Lot

Early season riding conditions exist, including open water at select ice crossings and icy spots. All users are reminded to stay on the trails and be responsible while riding. Please be cautious of logging operations as some trails are used as hauling roads and may be plowed.

Please note that UTV’s are not allowed on the Clark County ATV Trail system during the winter months (November 1- May 14).

Clark County trails are subject to periodic closure; for updates on recent closures and/or openings please contact the Forestry and Parks Department at 715-743-5140, or visit the county website at www.clarkcountywi.com for more information on our trail system.

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Trail Update March 6, 2020

Effective Friday, March 6th at 8:00am, all Snowmobile and ATV trails located within Clark County on both Private and Public lands will be closed for the winter riding season.  We would like to provide a huge thank you to all the workers, clubs and volunteers who made this winter riding season possible.

Clark County Summer ATV trails located on the Clark County Forest are tentatively scheduled to reopen on May 15th, 2020 weather permitting.

Please note that UTV’s are not allowed on the Clark County Trails system during the winter months (November 1- May 14).

Clark County trails are subject to periodic closure; for updates on recent closures and/or openings please contact the Forestry and Parks Department at 715-743-5140, or visit the county website at www.co.clark.wi.us for more information on our trail system.

Trail Update January 17, 2020

All ATV and Snowmobile trails located in Clark County, on both Public and Private Lands, except the below, will open on Friday, January 17th at 8:00am.

The below trail segments remain closed;
-Loyal Snow Angels Trail Y, South of Intersection 66 to Intersection 67.
-GWR Riders Trail GG, from Intersection 27 to Oak Ridge Parking Lot

Early season riding conditions exist, including open water at select ice crossings and icy spots. All users are reminded to be responsible while riding.

Please note that UTV’s are not allowed on the Clark County ATV Trail system during the winter months (November 1- May 14).

Clark County trails are subject to periodic closure; for updates on recent closures and/or openings please contact the Forestry and Parks Department at 715-743-5140, or visit the county website at www.clarkcountywi.com for more information on our trail system.

Trail Update December 19, 2019

All ATV and Snowmobile trails located in Clark County, on both public and private lands with remain closed until further notice is given.

Clubs and Volunteers are still hard at work preparing the trail surface and placing required signage. Several trails are still not passable due to standing crops and open water. We will be evaluating the system again on December 26th.

Trail Update March 15, 2019

Effective immediately, all Snowmobile and ATV trails located within Clark County on both Private and Public lands will be closed for the winter riding season.  We would like to provide a huge thank you to all the workers, clubs, and volunteers who made this winter riding season possible.

Clark County Summer ATV trails located on the Clark County Forest are tentatively scheduled to reopen on May 15th, 2019 weather permitting.

Trail Update February 12, 2019

For Immediate Release February 12th, 2019 Clark County ATV & Snowmobile Trails Update Marcus Aumann, Clark County Parks and Programs Manager Telephone 715-743-5140 All trails located on the Clark County Forest remain open to ATV and Snowmobile riders. Trails located on Private Lands also remain open to the public at this time with the following exception. 1. GWR Riders Trail GG from Intersection 27 to Highway M Area clubs will continue to work hard to groom the large amounts of snowfall which has been received over the past 72 hours. Riders please be mindful of the maintenance equipment out on the trail and use extra caution when riding until all trails can be groomed. Please note that UTV’s are not allowed on the Clark County ATV Trail system during the winter months (November 1- May 14). Clark County trails are subject to periodic closure; for updates on recent closures and/or openings please contact the Forestry and Parks Department at 715-743-5140, or visit the county website at www.co.clark.wi.us for more information on our trail system. Marcus Aumann Parks and Programs Manager