The entire Marinette County trail system will close on Monday, March 19, 2018 for the spring break up. We do NOT know when they will re-open. There is NO SET DATE for re-opening. That date will be determined by the County Forestry Dept and will depend upon weather conditions. Trails close on Monday 3/19 for all vehicles as well as snowmobiles, atv’s & utv’s. 


 Trail Reports updated Tuesday, March 13, 2018 

NOTE! Most of the ATV/UTV trails are open now and will remain open until Monday, March 19, 2018 when the County will close the trails to ALL vehicles for the spring break up. There is no temp. restriction on the atv/utv trails for this week end. Trail conditions are OK for atv’s & utv’s but in poor/fair condition for sleds. Some snowmobile trails are closed. Click on the link to each County club to see their status. 

These are the current and up to date reports coming directly from the clubs.  Any changes or important updates to our trail conditions will be posted on this web site as soon as the clubs submit them. This is the most accurate and current source for trail conditions in Marinette County. Please check back often to stay updated. For more information, follow our links to the individual clubs and their contacts. Information about club events & contacts can be found on the clubs’ web sites or Face Book pages.

PLEASE NOTE! Clubs with combination snowmobile-ATV trails report those trails are open for ATV’S and UTV’S however there are exceptions! Please see the individual club reports for more info. Trails are well marked. Always follow the signs! Clubs with open atv-utv trails are: Dun-Good (Dunbar – Goodman area), Pemenee River Riders (Pembine-Beecher), Near North (Athelstane) and Iron Snow Shoe (Twin Bridge-High Falls-Peshtigo River area west of Crivitz).
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. Amberg does have approved road routes but no atv-utv trails. Ride legal! Know before you go so we do not lose trail access. The new 2018 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.