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Trails are CLOSED due to storm damage and clean-up efforts. Updated: 5/22/2024

Reminder:

All trail fee requirements are temporarily suspended due to a WDNR Grant.

Trails east of Bachelors Ave are permanently CLOSED and are no longer part of the trail system as of 5/14/2024  
 

About
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.

Trail Brochure (updated map and brochure coming soon in spring 2024). 

Click here to find a PDF copy of our map and brochure information.

Schedule

Trails are closed seasonally each spring, March 16th through May 14. There are currently active timber sales taking place at Knobby Ridge as well. (updated 5/10/24)

Trails Open 

May 15 - October 31

December 15 - March 15

 

Trails Closed

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

Motorcycles Only

The Knobby Ridge off-road motorcycle trail system is for motorcycle use only. ATV's and UTV's are prohibited on the trail system. 

Camping
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. 

Amenities:

  • Picnic Area

  • Vault Toilet Building

  • Drinking Water

  • Parking Lot


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

OFF HIGHWAY MOTORCYCLE LAWS
 

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