Trails maintained by the Neillsville/Granton Trail Busters are closed effective immediately.
All other Clark County ATV & Snowmobile Trails located on both Public and Private lands will remain open for designated use at this time. Warmer weather is expected a few days this week so riders are asked to ride responsible or limit use during these warm spells. Doing so will help preserve the snow base that is present and prolong the riding season for further enjoyment. Early season riding conditions may still be present in some locations so please use caution. Off trail activity was also observed in several locations over the weekend. Riders please respect the landowners who allow trail use on their property and stay on the designated trail.
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
Effective Immediately, all trails located on both the Clark County Forest and Private Lands are open to ATV (were allowed on Snowmobile trails) and Snowmobile Riders.
Trail conditions will vary across the county so we want to remind you to please ride responsible and be aware that early season riding conditions may still exist in some areas. Please stay on the marked trails and respect private property landowners.
Effective immediately, Clark County ATV & Snowmobile Trails located on Private lands are closed due to warm temperatures and deteriorating conditions. Clark County ATV and Snowmobile Trails located on Public Lands will remain open. Conditions will vary so please ride responsible and try to limit your use when above freezing.
2/3/17 Effective immediately, Clark County ATV & Snowmobile Trails located on both Public and Private lands are open for both ATV & Snowmobile traffic except for the following closures: Thorp Sno Raiders Trail from intersection 36 to 78, Spencer Swampstompers Trail located north of Spencer running East from Corridor 25 to Marathon County and GWR Riders & Boomtown Sno Chasers trail from intersection 76 to 45. Ride with caution. Watch for icy patches and rough areas in open fields and for possible open creeks.
Effective Midnight January 16, 2017 Clark County ATV & Snowmobile Trails located on both Public and Private lands will be closed for both ATV & Snowmobile traffic. By closing the trails during the upcoming warm weather we hope to preserve the well-established base which is currently present on our trail system allowing for a quicker reopening after the incoming weather passes. The trails will be evaluated again as normal temperatures resume.
As of 8:00am on Saturday January 7th, 2017 Clark County ATV & Snowmobile Trails located on both Public and Private lands will be open for both ATV & Snowmobile traffic with the below trail segments remaining closed until further announcement: GWR Riders trail from Intersection 77 to Intersection 27. GWR Riders & Boomtown Sno Chasers trail will be closed from Intersection 78 to Intersection 76. Spencer Swampstompers trail located North of Hwy 98 and east of Corridor 25. Colby Trailblazers trail from Intersection 55 to Intersection 57. The above sections will remain closed due to numerous reasons related to land owner limitations, limited snow cover and the warm periods experienced in late December.
Riders should practice responsible riding as conditions will vary from excellent to fair throughout the system as early season riding conditions are present. Riders should specifically be on the lookout for rough patches across fields, ice patches and thin snow coverage.
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.