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Snowmobiling
For Immediate Release February 8th, 2019

Effective Saturday, February 9th, 2019 at 10:00 am, trails located on the Clark County Forest will be open to ATV and Snowmobile riders.  Trails located on Private Lands will also be opened to the public at this time with the following exception due to open running water.

1. Riplinger Rip Riders Corridor 20 Trail from Intersection 59 to Intersection 58

Area clubs have been working diligently to make sure all trails are safe and groomed.  We ask that you please respect the 10:00 am opening time to allow all clubs to properly prepare all trails.  Early season riding conditions do exist.  Riders should be mindful of the possibility of encountering drifting, windswept fields, slippery patches as we have a heavy ice base, and open water in swamps and river crossings.


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.  

About

Snowmobile Rider

Clark County offers more than 370 miles of well-groomed snowmobile trails. The trails meander through the nearly 135,000 acre County Forest, as well as the many wood-lots and rolling farmlands. Private and public lands provide the links to several communities as you traverse through the trail system. Clark County snowmobile trails serve as a major link to the state corridor network and adjoining counties. Please be aware that while some of the snowmobile trails allow for winter ATV use, UTV's are not allowed on the trail system during the winter.

Access Points
Convenient trail access points are located throughout Clark County. Corridor and connector trails provide you with endless opportunities to include our exceptional snowmobile trails in your winter plans.

Safety First

Clark County urges everyone to abide by State and County Regulations. Snowmobile travel is only allowed on the designated trails and routes that are OPEN. Please respect the landowner's property. Without landowner's permission the trail system would not be possible.

BE SMART - BE PREPARED - BE CAREFUL - HAVE FUN


WDNR Information
For information regarding licensing of Snowmobiles for use in Wisconsin and specific rules and regulations concerning snowmobile use, please contact the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources at (888)-936-7463.

Trail Conditions

Please check out Travel Wisconsin (click on winter snow report at the top of the page) or dial (715) 743-5140 for current trail updates.

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Snowmobile Club Links
Clark County Snowmobile Council






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