Making the Best Trails Better

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February 27, 2019

Over two feet of snow fast fallen in the last week in the Mercer area. Extended forecast shows the next 10 days to be prime riding in Iron County. Based on the conditions we are seeing right now we expect to go all the way through the end of March. Now is the time to…

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Mercer Area Sno-Goers
P.O. Box 484
Mercer, WI 54547
Tel: 715-476-2106
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 Mercer Snowmobile Ordinances
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ATV’s are only allowed on designated ATV trails they are not allowed on all snowmobile trails. So be sure you know where your riding your ATV to save from getting a ticket.

Iron County Trails Are Open  

**NEWS ALERT** Iron County Snowmobile Trails will open Thursday December 6th. Please expect early season riding. You will encounter some wet areas, some areas with thin snow, and not all trails have been groomed. Continue to check our trail reports and Facebook Page for updated trail information. Let's Ride! Here is a list of our upcoming events:

Jan 19- Winter Blast @ Groomer Barn 8am-8pm. Pancake Breakfast, Vintage Sleds, Pig Roast, Live Music, Kids Games, and lots of Raffles

Jan 20- Lazy Ace Meat Raffle- 1pm

Jan 26- Beaver Lodge Italian Buffet 6-8pm

Feb 9- Around the Corner Pub Breakfast 7am

Mar 9- 2019 Arctic Cat Sled Drawing @ Sunken Horse 6pm

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We are a snowmobile club in Mercer, Wisconsin. We have over 220 miles of maintained and groomed trails in the southern part of Iron County.

Some of the main things we need to complete are signing all trails with proper trail number(s), new signage at all intersections, brushing and widening of trails. It is our goal for the 2015 – 2016 season to continue trail improvement. This makes trails safer and they remain in better shape longer because it spreads out the traffic.

We can always use help with any of these projects. It takes volunteers to get these things done, so if you’re interested in being a volunteer please contact us or just stop by the Barn and let someone know you want to do your part in “Making the Best Trails Better”.

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