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Polk County Snowmobile & ATV Council is an alliance of all clubs in Polk County, Wisconsin.

This web site last update was on 12/1/2019

The purpose of the Council is to stimulate and advance the general welfare and safety of ATV and snowmobile riding. The Council is a means to inform and educate ATV and snowmobile owners of legislation, regulations and to direct and manage available funds for construction and maintenance of trails. Polk County currently maintains 350 miles of winter snowmobile trails. clear, sign and groom snowmobile and ATV trails organize safety classes.

Hello to all  New Updates:

Polk county trails may open on December 16th?

Proving we have enough snow! (click on trail report page for more information)

The Cattail, Gandy and Sawmill rail trails have been roll packed as of the last snowfall on Nov 23rd.

Get your registration and trail passes and that New sled as it looks like we will be able to start riding before Christmas this year?

However ANY Lake crossings may NOT BE SAFE!

Other news  on what is happening for the 2020 snow season.

Polk county clubs are marking trails but due to the July storms we had several tornado's touch down  that tore up much of our northeastern trail network you will come across some  reroutes or trail closures this season I will have more on this later. 

Polk county Trail Update

GANDY DANCER:
 The Polk County segment of the Gandy Dancer is currently CLOSED  to  ATV/UTV's use.  Until we have confirmed that the Frozen Ground rule will apply and that Burnett county is open as this is a joint trail system between the two counties check checking back for updates.
We ask that all users stay off any side trails and respect other trail users.

To ride on the county trails your ATV/UTV/Off-Road Motorcycle must be registered and licensed. An additional pass is required for out of state riders and is available at any DNR licensing station or online. Passes are $35 and are good from July 1 through June 30 of each year. 

For more information on passes click here to view the dnr website:http://dnr.wi.gov/permits/trailpass.html.

STOWER SEVEN LAKES TRAIL:
The Stower Seven Lakes Trail remains CLOSED for For snowmobile and ATV/UTV use. 
 

  Note The Clear Lake to Turtle Lake Rail Trail has been renamed To be called: 

  The Cattail and the Saw Mill Trail) 

                     will be OPEN to 

                              winter ATV & UTV usage

 

          Keep checking back for updates

Trails could open  in Polk county in

Summer is here and the atv utv season is here 

Contact The Polk County snowmobile ATV / Utv Council