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ATV Riding
For Immediate Release May 18th, 2017:  Over the past several days Clark County has received high amounts of precipitation. This has caused us to close the following effective immediately and until further notice:
    Knobby Ridge Motorcycle Trails
    Wild Rock Horse Trails
The
ATV/UTV Trails will remain open. Users are reminded to please ride responsible as there is currently some standing water located on the trails. Levis Mound Recreation Trails will remain open for users with minimal trail closures. Our County campgrounds will all remain open but users should be aware that many sites are currently wet. We will keep you updated as soon as trail statuses change and more information becomes available. We thank you for your patience and understanding. Clark County ATV/UTV Trails & Motorcycle trails are subject to periodic closure. Clark County ATV/UTV Trails close October 31st each year.

ATV Recreation in Clark County

More than 135 miles of spring, summer, and fall ATV/UTV trails and routes wind and loop through the nearly 135,000 acre Clark County forest. Additional winter mileage is available, please refer to map for more information (ATV only, UTV's are not allowed on the trail system during the winter). Convenient trail access is located throughout the county forest. Trail amenities include parking lots, loading ramps, day use areas, fuel, and food. In addition, our ATV trails offer access to five county campgrounds.

Trail Schedule
ATV Trails Open  ATV Trails Closed 
May 15 - October 31  November 1 - December 14 
December 15 - March 15  March 16 - May 14 

Clark County urges everyone to abide by state and county regulations. ATV travel is only allowed on the designated ATV Trails and ATV Routes.

Only street legal motorcycles, driven by licensed operators, are allowed on the ATV trail system. Non-street legal motorcycles may only operate on the designated Knobby Ridge off road motorcycle trails.

Licensing
For information regarding licensing of ATVs in Wisconsin and state specific rules and regulations concerning ATV use, please contact the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources office at (888) 936-7463. Please also see the Jackson County Combined ATV Map  and the Jackson County ATV Trails website. Thank you and safe riding!

Wild Fire Prevention
We would like to remind riders that ATV's are a possible ignition source for wildl fires.  Please follow all state regulations, including spark arrestors. Please click the following to see how else you can help prevent wild fires while operating your ATV/UTV.

Clark County Courthouse
Hours:  8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
517 Court St., Room 301
Neillsville, WI 54456
Phone: (715) 743-5148
Fax: (715) 743-5154