Snowmobiling

Snowmobiling & Snow Report Let's Ride

Mercer is a cool place to be in the Winter! Gear up for an exhilarating snowmobile trip.

Sno-Goers Report-2
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Iron County Snowmobile Trails Report!

Trail Report 1.26.2023

Trail Report as of: January 25th, 2023:
Mercer Area Sno-Goers:
8- good
8a- good (swamp still not groomed in middle)
9- good (logging)
9a- good
10 & 10a- good
10e- good
11- good
12-very poor, travel not advised
12a&b- good
14- fair (half plowed) logging
17n- fair
17s- fair
19- good
19b- fair
20- good
21- good
51e- good
182b- very poor (wet spots) travel not advised
182- very poor (very wet spots) travel not advised
Swamps are not freezing or staying froze this year due to warm temps. Let’s hope the cold forecast comes true.
Trails 12 & 182 have large wet areas on them (We are working on solutions and/or ways around those issues)

Over 250 miles of groomed snowmobile trails in southern Iron County offer a variety of riding experiences. From former railroad grade, to heavily forested land, to the wide open spaces of marked trails across the Turtle Flambeau Flowage, riders understand why Iron County is the Snow Capital of Wisconsin.

Mercer's trails are part of the 500+ miles of the Iron County Trail System. Riders may head north, all the way up into Michigan's Upper Penninsula as well as east and west to adjoining counties. There's always something new around the bend.

Mercer Snowmobile Trailer Parking Information

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Mercer Sno Goers Events

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Sled Raffle

March 4th, 2023

Party and Raffles starting at 3:00p.m.

Sled Drawing at 6:00p.m. at the Gateway Lodge - Mercer, WI

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