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

This web site last update was on 10/8/2020

New Announcements

The Amery snowmobile club will be holding our 18th

Annual swap meet 

Oct 10th one block east of hwy 46 behind the fire department 

 Swap registration starts at 9 am to 4 pm

Call Josh 715-607-0444 

Food and beverages available 

The DNR is reviewing the master plan to allow snowmobiles on the Stower Trail for the 2021 snowmobile season we hope to hear that decision on the next few weeks 

make sure to get your registrations and trails passes early this season

web site will be going under new construction keep checking back for changes 

Polk County Trails are CLOSED

New Meeting minutes for the polk County snowmobile and atv council  

August 13 2020 minutes

New Meeting minutes for the polk County snowmobile and atv council  

Sept 10th minutes 2020 

New Meeting minutes for the polk County snowmobile and atv council  

oct 8th minutes 2020 coming soon

See what we are dealing with? 

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.







Be patient! Remember if it not a marked trail your TRESPASSING!  Polk County sheriff patrol will be heavily out on snowmobiles this year and make sure you have trail passes and registration there are no more warnings! They are aware of the areas that people cut corners and make their own short cuts!

Please help us Spread the word! 

Tell all your trail riding buddies about this web site and send them a link to us or book mark us to stay up to date.

Be safe out there and enjoy the 2020 winter season while it last! 


ATV/UTV Report and trail status

 The entire Gandy Dancer trail from St Croix Falls to Danbury is Now OPEN to ATV/UTV's winter use until the base get frozen  
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.

The Stower Seven Lakes Trail remains CLOSED for For snowmobile and ATV/UTV use. 

   The Clear Lake to Turtle Lake Rail Trail has been renamed

To be called:   (Saw Mill Trail) 

 The Cattail and saw mill will be OPEN to 

     Winter ATV & UTV usage


 Keep checking back for updates

Announcement: Polk County Now has a New Park and Ride

area For snowmobile travelers.

Location is the Old Country Dam site approximately  10 mile east of St Croix Falls on Highway 8 (see Map)

The 2021 snowmobile starts in 

Contact The Polk County snowmobile ATV / Utv Council

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Serving all area clubs in Amery,Balsam Lake,Centuria,Clam Falls,Clayton,Clear Lake,Dresser,Fox Creek,Fredric,Luck,Lincoln,Milltown,Mckinley,Osceola,St Croix Falls,Turtle Lake,west Sweden

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