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Are you a Member? 

 
 

Support Birchwood area trail maintenance by becoming a member of the Birchwood Bobcat Riders.

 

All proceeds go toward maintaining club trails.

 


Membership starts at $26.10!

Trail Mapping App

For Your Smart Phone

 

 $2 For The App and

$2* For Each Map You Download.

 

*The Birchwood Bobcat Map Is FREE For Club Members, please request code from the Bobcat Secretary.

Local Trail Alerts 

 

 

Reminder:  As we receive snowfall, remember that the trails are not open until groomed and Washburn & Sawyer County Forestry offices says they are open

 

Some trails have been rerouted and will not be signed and ready to travel.  Use before they are officially open, may result in the trails being permanently closed.   

Please remember to stay on the trail.  Many of our trails pass through private property and can be taken away if riders abuse the use of the trails.

With the Snowmobile season starting, we get many questions about trail opening. Our unique location where 4 different counties boarder makes it not easy to give one correct answer. Here are links to resources in each county where you can get the most up to date information.
 

Sawyer County

https://sawyercountyalliance.com/trail-conditions/

Sawyer County Snowmobile ATV Alliance Face Book (or check the blog in the upper right column of our Home page)

Hayward Lakes Visitor & Convention Bureau ATV/UTV Trail Report

Hayward Lakes Visitor & Convention Bureau Snowmobile Trail Report

Flambeau River State Forest Trail Conditions

Tuscobia State Trail Conditions

 

Washburn County

https://www.washburncounty.org/outdoor-activities/atv-utv/

https://www.washburncounty.org/outdoor-activities/trail-conditions/

 

Barron County

https://www.barroncountywi.gov/trails

https://www.visitbarroncounty.com/trails

 

Rusk Country

https://ruskcountywi.com/recreation/atving/#

 

Here are some additional resources for trail conditions:

Sawyer County Forestry Department (715) 634-4846 for specific information.

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources phone: (715) 266-7032

Remember:  Non-Resident Trail Passes are Required for both Snowmobiles and ATVs

Greg Robotka Receives Award From Sawyer County Snowmobile and ATV Alliance

 

At their annual awards banquet held on April 11th, Alliance President Dan Schauder recognized Birchwood Bobcat Riders (former) President Greg Robotka for his extraordinary volunteerism this past year.  Greg received the "ATV/UTV Volunteer of the Year" award for his leadership as club president as well his work throughout the year on the recreational trail system in the Birchwood area.  Along with brothers Mike and Jim, Greg was also very involved in working on the equipment used by the club on the local trail system.  Nearly 100 people from the 11 snowmobile and ATV clubs that make up the Alliance were in attendance at the Big Bear Lodge.  Another highlight of the evening was the presentation of a $2,500 donation to the Alliance from the Enbridge Corporation.  This was the third year in a row for a donation from Enbridge, with $2,500 donated last year and $5,000 in 2021.

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Help Needed!

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!

What's happening in Birchwood?

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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