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++++ Berry Road From The Pavillion To Nice Lake Road Is Open To ATV's Again ++++

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Anna Will

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It comes with such such sorrow to announce the passing of our dear friend Dave. Dave passed away from a heart attack on Wednesday, October 7th.

Dave was a huge, integral part of the Birchwood Bobcat Riders and Sawyer County Alliance and all of the trail systems in Sawyer and Washburn County. Dave made it his duty to ensure trail maintenance was obtained for all of our enjoyment and safety. If there was ever a trail issue he was on top of it. Another amazing feat of Dave’s was the snowmobile and ATV/UTV safety classes.


Dave was dedicated to holding these classes so that our young riders could learn and get out on the trails and keep the next generation going. Dave loved having these classes and people loved that he did it as it’s strictly volunteer based and young riders couldn’t be certified without and the classes are hard to find.


Above all Dave was a wonderful friend, he’d give the shirt off of his back to anyone in need. He will leave a void no one can fill. We are honored we were able to call him a friend and team mate. God bless his loved ones as we hold them in our prayers and wish their hearts peace as his now rests on. 


Please keep Dave's family in your thoughts as they go through this very difficult time. A celebration of life will be help in the summer of 2021

The Birchwood Bobcats need more club members to show up for our Monday workdays. Meet at the clubhouse by 9AM Mondays. There are many tasks that need to be completed before snowmobile season. Like to try running a skid steer, come out and we will show you how!

If you are a member and you are riding a trail to look for any damage on the trails, please write down the # of persons riding, date of the inspection, total ride time (not counting stops for food or drink) and please email us with this info. It not only helps keep our trails in the best shape possible but we also get credit for the time you have spent inspecting our trails. This only is for the Birchwood Bobcat trails.

Thank You For Your Help

We are located on some of the best snow and ATV routes in Northwestern Wisconsin with over 25 miles of funded trails that we maintain. These trails are comprised of Public and Private lands, Please respect all lands that you use.  Remember, Private land can be removed from our trails!                            

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