Making the Best Trails Better

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Trails Are Closed

March 19, 2018

All Iron County snowmobile and ATV trails will be closed effective Monday, March 19, 2018 at midnight. Gates along the trails will be closed. All ATV trails will remain closed until break-up conditions recede. ATV trails will open on a trail-by-trail basis as trail conditions dry up and have been inspected for washouts and grade…

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Upcoming Events

8:00 am Poker Run
Poker Run
Dec 14 2018 @ 8:00 am – Jan 19 2019 @ 4:00 pm
Poker Run ends at the WINTER BLAST, pick up your sheets at our local businesses.
9:30 am Club Ride @ Groomer Barn
Club Ride @ Groomer Barn
Jan 8 @ 9:30 am
Details to follow: Everyone is invited to join in on the ride. Meet at the Groomer Barn at 9:30am

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Mercer Area Sno-Goers
P.O. Box 484
Mercer, WI 54547
Tel: 715-476-2106
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"The end of the summer is not the end of the world. Here's to October..."   
 A.A. Milne

Fall has exploded into beautiful color here in the northwoods.  The trees are like autumn fireworks.  And with the beautiful palette comes colder temperatures.  People are readying themselves for winter... stacking firewood, marking objects with snow stakes while the ground is still unfrozen, putting lawn furniture away.  You know what else they're doing???  Getting their snowmobile gear together!

Hopefully everyone has renewed their club membership by now.  If not, click on this link and it will take you to the renewal site.  After you have done that, don't forget to get your annual trail pass.  Here is the link that will tell you everything you need to know about trail passes:

New this season, you can now go on the AWSC website and look up your AWSC membership number, check your club(s) membership status, and print out an AWSC membership card. Click here for that info:  Fill out some basic information and your club membership information will appear. It is that easy. Quick and renewed Mercer Area Sno-Goers membership info is forwarded on to the AWSC once a week. So if your information does not appear immediately on the website check back in a few days and it should be there.

By being a Mercer Area Snogoers club member, you will be able to get your trail pass for a discounted price of $10 (instead of $30) if your sleds are registered in the state of Wisconsin.  You will also become a member of the AWSC and receive a subscription to the Wisconsin Snowmobile Magazine.  You will continue to receive the club Newsletter and also have voting rights at our monthly club meetings.  

Visit our website at for updated trail reports (when the trails open), upcoming events, and general information regarding our club.  

You can also join us on FaceBook.  Search for us under the name Mercer Area Sno-Goers for even more information!

We are looking forward to a safe, fun-filled winter!


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”.

All donations go towards trails and maintenance.

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You Ride!

 Mercer Snowmobile Ordinances
 WI Snowmobile Regulations
 WI DNR Regulations & Laws

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.