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Clark County offers more than 370 miles of well-groomed snowmobile trails. The trails meander through the 133,000 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.
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.

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.

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
1-888-936-7463 or visit their website.
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Clark County Snowmobile/ATV Trails

ATV/UTV/Motorcycle

More than 135 miles of spring, summer and fall ATV trails and routes wind and loop through the 133,000 - acre Clark County Forest. Additional winter mileage is available. Convenient trail access is located throughout the County Forest and amenities include parking lots, loading ramps, day-use areas, fuel and food. In addition, our ATV trails offer access to five County Campgrounds.

Clark County ATV Trails
ATV Trails Open:                       ATV Trails Closed:
May 1 - October 31                    November 1 - December 14
December 15 - March 15           March 16 - April 30

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.


Clark County is proud to offer one of the finest off road motorcycle trail systems in Wisconsin. More than 16 miles of looped trail meander through a portion of the 133,000 acre Clark County Forest. A convenient trailhead is located 8 miles west of Neillsville on Hwy 10. Trailhead includes youth loop, intensive use area, water and a toilet facility. Trail system depends on user fees. Please deposit the appropriate fee before beginning recreation.

The Knobby Ridge Off Road Motorcycle trail system is for motorcycle use only. ATV's prohibited on the trail system.In addition, overnight accommodations are available nearby at county campgrounds. Knobby Ridge Off Road Motorcycle Trails are not directly accessible from county campgrounds.


Clark County Knobby Ridge Motorcycle Trails
Trails Open:                         Trails Closed:
May 1 - October 31              November 1 - December 14
December 15 - March 15     March 16 - April 30

When riding in Knobby Ridge a trail pass must be purchased. Daily and season trail passes are available at Knobby Ridge Trailhead and the Clark County Forestry & Parks Office (715) 743 - 5140.

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