Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs- 2022 Club of the Year
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Mercer Area Sno-Goers
P.O. Box 484
Mercer, WI 54547
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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.
Starting June 30th of 2022 all memberships expire so to renew your membership for the 2022-2023 season you can start on July 1st. To renew your membership or want to join our club you can either send back the membership form via mail which will be sent out or you can join online by either clicking on the online membership form or print out a membership form by clicking on the tab "Join our Club" at the top of our website. As the second largest snowmobile club in the State of Wisconsin we would like to continue to grow our numbers and become the largest. We thank all of you for your support in "Making The Best Trails Better."
We are a snowmobile club in Mercer, Wisconsin being established in 1967, which makes us one of the oldest snowmobile clubs in the State. 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 2022 – 2023 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”.