All trail fee requirements are temporarily suspended due to a WDNR Grant.
Trails East of Bachelors Ave remained CLOSED for maintenance.
Clark County is proud to offer one of the finest off-road motorcycle trail systems in Wisconsin. More than 16 miles of looped trail meander through a portion of the nearly 135,000 acre Clark County Forest. A convenient trail-head is located 8 miles west of Neillsville on Hwy 10. Trail-head includes youth loop, intensive use area, water and a toilet facility.
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Trails are OPEN as of May 24, 2023
May 15 - October 31
December 15 - March 15
November 1 - December 14
March 16 - May 14
Fees (All trail fee requirements are temporarily suspended due to a WDNR Grant)
When riding in Knobby Ridge a trail pass must be purchased. Daily and season trail passes are available online, and at Knobby Ridge trail-head and the Clark County Forestry & Parks Office (715) 743-5140.
Individual Daily Pass $8
Individual Season Pass $40
Family Season Pass $80
The Knobby Ridge off-road motorcycle trail system is for motorcycle use only. ATV's and UTV's are prohibited on the trail system.
County Forest camping is available on-site for $7.00/night, electric is available for an additional $5.00/night. There is a self-registration tube at the trailhead, payment is cash or check (made out to Clark County Treasurer). In addition, overnight accommodations are available nearby at county campgrounds. Knobby Ridge off-road motorcycle trails are not directly accessible from county campgrounds.
Vault Toilet Building
Rules and Regulations
Clark County urges everyone to abide by State and County Regulations. Off-Road motorcycle travel is only allowed on the designated Knobby Ridge off-road motorcycle trails.
Only street legal motorcycles, driven by licensed operators, are allowed on the ATV trail system. Non-street legal motorcycles may only operate on the designated Knobby Ridge Off Road Motorcycle Trails.
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
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