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ATV / UTV Adventures Take it Outside

There are over 100 miles of ATV/UTV trails in the Mercer area. Mercer's trails connect with other Iron County trails to form the largest All-Terrain Vehicle trail system in Wisconsin, with over 250 miles of adventurous trails.

IRON COUNTY

ATV / UTV Trails are Open

The Iron County ATV/UTV Trail system is OPEN! Spring riding conditions exist on many trails and riders may encounter soft spots along the trail system. Please use caution when riding, especially on Trail 6 in the areas west of WhiteCap Mountain. Remember to ride safe, ride right, and use caution when out on the trails.

Whether touring on your ATV or UTV, you will find our trails offer year-round scenic views of nature, wildlife, lakes and waterfalls. The trails wind through the forests and varying terrain ranging from smooth flat surfaces to rocky terrain, and of course mud too!

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Tips:

Iron County ATV/UTV Trails are open from mid-May through March 31 or when the trails close for the winter season

ATVs and UTVs are allowed on ATV/UTV trails during winter when the temperature is 33 degrees or less

Day parking for trailers is available near the railroad grade in downtown Mercer off Trail 17

All children under the age of 18 must have a minimum DOT Standard motorcycle or ATV helmet. Bicycle helmets are NOT legal.

Visit GoWild.wi.gov for information on regulations, licenses and trail passes.

The Mercer Dusty Loons ATV Club maintains our trails. Visit them at MercerDustyLoons.com

FEATURED EVENT : October 10-12, 2019

Pumpkin Run ATV/UTV Rally

This event includes a three-day poker run, ATV, UTV and lawn tractor pulls, the Great Pumpkin Parade through downtown Mercer, and a wrap-up party on Saturday night.

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