We will still be servicing our snow plow accounts. We have the list! If we plowed you last season you are carried over on to the new list!
November 8th at 7:30 AM we began losing our battle with a fire to our store. Thankfully nobody was injured. We have shared lots of blood, sweat, and tears over the years in those buildings. They are just buildings. They are rebuildable. We will be back stronger and better than ever. We hope in the next few days to be up and running temporarily out of the showroom. For you, our customers with any questions on units etc. please email email@example.com or check our Facebook page for updates. Thank you to our entire county and surrounding county fire departments for your hard work. But most of all thank you to our community and customers for your care and understanding at this time. It is greatly appreciated!
YOU NEVER STOP. WE NEVER STOP. WINTER IS RAPIDLY APPROACHING, AND WE ARE READY TO HELP YOU PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT. WITH PROPER SEASON MAINTENANCE, YOUR SNOWMOBILE WILL BE IN OPTIMAL CONDITION FOR THIS YEARS WINTER ADVENTURES!
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ALL Snowmobile/Winter ATV Trails are CLOSED -
Portions of the Frozen Ground ATV Trail System are OPEN, read below:
All snow trails are currently CLOSED at this time. We do not have enough snow cover to open our trails, and the majority of the swamps are not yet frozen.
The majority of the Frozen Ground ATV Trail System is open - HOWEVER, trail #130 and the portion of trail #151 from trail #45 to #118 will remain CLOSED. Frozen Ground Trails are marked with GREEN blazers and are shown on the back of the snowmobile map. You may also find the map by following the link listed below under "Contacts". Only registered machines meeting the state definition of an ATV or UTV are allowed on this trail system.
CAUTION: Please be aware that there is a Muzzleloader Deer Season from December 1-10.
ATVs/UTVs must be registered or licensed in order to ride. Only machines meeting the state definition of an ATV/UTV are allowed on these trails. Please follow this link for state definitions [http://dnr.wi.gov/Permits/registrationandtitling.html#1] .
Some township ordinances allow for ATV/UTV use of the town roads and others do NOT allow it. It is the rider's responsibility to contact the township in which you plan to ride in and get the current rules pertaining to ATVs/UTVs and the town roads. Please follow this link for contact information. [http://www.burnettcounty.com/index.aspx?nid=467]
NO OFF-TRAIL USE IS ALLOWED.
You may ride your ATV/UTV on the Gandy Dancer Trail from Tewalt Road, (which is just south of Siren), and continue north in Burnett County during this time of year.
Some township ordinances allow for ATV/UTV use of the town roads and others do NOT allow it. It is the rider’s responsibility to contact the township in which you plan to ride in and get the current rules pertaining to ATVs/UTVs and the town roads. Please contact the individual townships for their rules and regulations.
NO OFF TRAIL USE IS ALLOWED Please stay on the trails. Much of our trail system is on private land, and we appreciate the easements granted by our generous land owners. It only takes one person to have the entire trail system shut down.
Caution: Groomers and trail maintenance vehicles may be on the trails at any time.
All snowmobiles, ATVs and UTVs must be registered or licensed to ride on our trails.
It is your responsibility to know where you are and whose property you are on. Please be careful, be respectful to other trail users, and ride safely.
For all Non Resident riders: remember to pick up 2014/15 trail passes for your ATV/UTV- COST $35.00