Dun-Good Riders Inc.
Snowmobile and Year ’round ATV/UTV trials in the Goodman-Dunbar areas of Northwest Marinette County
WINTER ATV/UTV trails are open! (1/19/2021)
1/19/2021—Trail Status: Open for ATV/UTV. Snowmobile not recommended. Condition very good for ATV/UTV’s Poor for snowmobiles. Snow Depth 2-5”, not grooming. We were able to get out and Pan after the 2-3” of high moisture snow Thursday and Friday. Trails West and North of Dunbar have received more snow, there is just not enough to groom. It looks like we may have another week before the next opportunity for measurable snow is in the area. We will update if conditions change.
(Trails are in very good condition for ATV/UTV use. Unfortunately the snow last Thursday and Friday only delivered 2-3” just not enough to groom yet. We were able to get out and do some panning to further set the base once the snow does come. Due to the poor to fair conditions, snowmobile riding is not recommended at this time. Unfortunately there is no measurable snow in the forecast until Sunday and if conditions change we will post an update.)
Please read this additional information that explains the trail situation near Goodman:
“Dun-Good Winter ATV/UTV trails are open. It is the riders responsibility to know which trails are snowmobile only on the Dun-Good trail system and they are marked with No ATV Signs. As a reminder the trail through the Dunbar Barons, off of Trail 5 (Spur Lake Road), between intersection 117 and 115 is snowmobile only (refer to map at www.dungood.com if you do not have one), also NO ATV/UTV’s are allowed in the Dunbar Barons year round. This is State Property. The Highway 8 Right of Way on the North and South side of Highway 8 West of Snowshoe Drive in Goodman is snowmobile only as well. We have received approval from the private land owner to maintain the ATV/UTV trail from Snowshoe Drive to Trails End this Winter, providing legal access to Trails End and we will be maintaining and grooming that section. For ATV/UTV Access from the East, cross over Highway 8 from Snowshoe Drive to the trail and follow the Trail Markers in to Trails End parking lot. It is the same as the Summer trail so if you have ridden here in the summer you should be familiar with it. Unfortunately ATV’s/UTV’s can get no further West than Trails End as all trails West are within highway right of way, again not legal for ATV’s/UTV’s”
REMINDER: ATV’S & UTV’S are NOT allowed to ride on US HWY 8 at ANY time. Not on the pavement. Not on the shoulder. Not in the highway right of way. County Road H is closed to ATV/UTV travel from Dec. 1st until May 1st. No riding County H in the winter.