Snowmobiling & Snow Report Let's Ride

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

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.

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Trail Report 3.16.2022

Well folks this is most likely our last trail report for the 2021-2022 season. First and foremost it has been one heck of a season, we’d like to give a huge thank you to all of our groomer drivers, landowners, members, neighboring clubs, business owners, volunteers, Town of Mercer, Springstead, Oma, and Iron county for all of your support. Next we would like to thank all of you who come up here to ride our trails and support our club and businesses! It takes all of you for this to all work. Trails are rideable but we took a huge hit today with near 50 degree temps and more to come throughout the week. Trails in the woods where not much sunlight hits are still good riding but everything exposed is starting to melt and show, corners are icy, but everything is smooth. If you want some last minute late season riding you can still do it and have a great time. The Flowage is still marked but please stay by the markers! It’s hard to put a rating on our trail system as we have anywhere from great to poor conditions. There is still riding left if you want it and you better do it now! Thank you all.