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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.
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Trails are OPEN, no grooming will be done until we get enough snow to be able to groom.
Bobcats Youth Ambassador
The Birchwood community as a whole and our club in particular suffered another loss following the death of David Zemaitis last month with the passing of Gary Koel, long time member and volunteer. Gary was 87 years young given his ability to ride both snowmobiles and ATV's with the best of us. He served the club as both a member of the Board of Director's and until this year as a delegate to the Sawyer County Alliance. Gary could also could be counted on to take care of cooking dinner on the grill and made terrific pastries for our special events. He ran a groomer for many years and in 2011 was recognized as "Snowmobiler of the Year" by the Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs. Services are private but a memorial ride will be planned for June of next year.
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!
Our Annual Fundraiser Event For 2021 Is Now Underway! Please Click On The Button Below To See Where You Can Get Your Ticket.
When You Purchased A Ticket It Supports Our Trail Maintenance Activities.
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!