Looking for information on the club's ATV trails?
Here we have all the information you will need to successfully navigate our ATV
trails. We encourage all riders to become members of the ATV club. Your support
helps us to construct new trails, maintain existing trails and provide youth
Some simple rules you should know:
No 2 Wheel Vehicles
3 & 4 Wheel ATV's
10 MPH Speed Limit (Strictly Enforced)
98 Decibel Noise Limit
No modified exhaust
systems (State Law).
All ATV's must have valid public trail license.
Children under 12 cannot operate an ATV on any of
the route marked roads.
Children 12+ must have ATV certification.
Having a drivers license is not valid certification!
Children under 18 must wear a helmet.
Children under 16 cannot operate a UTV.
Stay on the trail or stay
Trail Season Schedule
The club's ATV trails are typically open on May 1
each year. In some cases the opening date maybe delayed do to the spring thaw.
Check our website for information first before riding the trails. All trails are
closed November 1 of every year. Any riders found operating an ATV on the trails
on or after November 1 will be fined. This is very important as many of the
private land owners are preparing for deer hunting season. Operating an ATV on
these trails after November 1 will jeopardize the club's relationship with the
landowners and possible case us to loose trails.
Coleman / Pound Area
Kelly Lake Area
* Trail maps are in portable document format (PDF).
In order to view and print maps - you will need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader
installed on your computer.
A freeware version of the software can be downloaded from (www.adobe.com).
Join the Club Today
The club's ATV trails are open to everyone ridng an
all-terrain vehicle. Many of our trails are on private property. Please respect
the landowners which have allowed you the priviliage to operate your ATV on
there property. And please join the club. Your membership helps us to build more
trails for you to enjoy.