The Dun-Good Riders maintain year ’round ATV & UTV trails in Northwestern Marinette County, Wisconsin. We’re easy to find. Closest Highway is US HWY 8 and US HWY 141. Trails join the rest of the Marinette County trial system and connect to the Florence County Blue Ox trails and the Forest County trails. Dun-Good trails are open to atv’s and utv’s all year ’round and in the winter we welcome snowmobilers to the area too. Yes, we can get along! Please check with neighboring counties as to their rules and regulations before riding there.
The Dun-Good trails are open now for ATV’s & UTV’s! Our trails will remain open until it snows and then we share with the snowmobilers. The trails do not close until the County closes them for a few weeks in spring during the spring thaw, usually in April. Our trail system is open year ’round with the exception of the spring thaw. Fall & winter ATV & UTV use is increasing in popularity and we hope you’ll visit our trails soon and see why the Northern Marinette County area is so popular with riders. Check our online trail map to help plan your trip. Local business places have the maps available for you to purchase.
The October 18, 2016 Club Meeting will be held at Lake Hilbert Campground beginning at 7:00 p.m.
The Campground is north of Hwy 8 on County Road H.
Snowmobilers, please remember that the Wisconsin Trail Pass is annual thing. You must display a current Trail Pass to legally ride the Wisconsin trails. You need to purchase a new Trail Pass each year. They are only good for 1 year. This season’s Trail Pass will be blue in color. As a current member of the Dun-Good Riders and a current member of the AWSC, you qualify to purchase the Trail Pass at a discount. Discounted Trail Passes cost $10 p/sled. You can order your Trail Pass through the AWSC web site, www.awsc.org. The Trail Pass will be mailed to you from the state, not the AWSC office. They can be ordered, using a credit card, through the AWSC web site or by calling the AWSC office at 800-232-4108. You can also mail a check along with an order form to the AWSC office. The order form can be found on the website and in the September 2016 issue of the Wisconsin Snowmobile News (sent to all current AWSC members). Make sure you include all of the required information or the form will be returned to you. You will need your AWSC membership number that can be found on your yellow AWSC membership card or on the address label from the Wisconsin Snowmobile News. You will also need the registration numbers for each sled your are getting a Trail Pass for. If you are unsure of your membership number or if you need more information, please contact the club’s membership chair at firstname.lastname@example.org. A new provision developed with the DNR will provide you with a receipt for the discounted Trail Pass that will be available to use for up to three weeks until you receive your sticker in the mail. You will be able to print that receipt when you order the Trail Pass through the AWSC website. But please, let us try to answer your questions before you contact the AWSC office. They are VERY busy at this time of the year and may not have the information you need. ___________________________________________________________________________________________
Thank You to Everyone who stopped by the Open House on Sept. 24th. Our event was very successful and we truly appreciate all the help and encouragement you give us to keep working on the trails you enjoy riding. On such a beautiful day, so many people came by ATV or UTV, it was amazing to see them lined up all the way to Gasset Road, on both sides of the trail. Amazing! Many more came by car, some couldn’t find a place to park! It was a great day for the club! Thank You for your support! And last but not least, thank you to all the club members and volunteers who helped set up for the Open House and to all who worked that day…….you’re what makes this club go! Thank You!
SMOOTH TRAIL FUND RAFFLE WINNERS:
1st prize) 2016 RZR Trail 570, Brain Heintz from Burnett WI
2nd prize) Triton 8×10 Trailer, John Miller from Pembine WI
3rd prize) Savage 270, Penny Van CAmp from Kaukauna WI
4th prize) 3250 Watt Generator, John Keller from Tomah WI
5th prize) $250 cash prize, Mike Dashnier from Dunbar WI
6th prize) $150 cash prize, Hager Nelson from Two Rivers WI
7th prize) $150 cash prize, Gene Gasdaras from Crystal Falls MI
8th prize) $100 cash prize, Taylor Perry from Germantown WI
Congratulations to the lucky winners and we hope you’ll enjoy your prizes.
NOTE: Thank you to these business places for their generous donations to the raffle prizes.
Cash prizes donated by:
$250- John Lischka Roofing & Seamless Gutters, Pembine WI 715-324-6230
$150 – Gruetts Inc., Potter & New Holstein Wi 920-898-5479
$150 – LaFaive Oil BP Stations, Norway MI
$100 – Beaver Machine Inc., Coleman WI 920-897-4035
We hope our web site will help you when planning your visit to our area. If you need more information, please contact any of the people listed under “contacts” and we’ll try to help. An ONLINE TRAIL MAP is available by clicking on the “Trail Map” button at the top of the Home Page on the far right side. Click on the map to zoom in. It’s a year ’round map, showing snowmobile trails and the ATV-UTV trails. The Dun-Good Riders maintain snowmobile & year ’round ATV/UTV trails in the Dunbar & Goodman areas of Northwestern Marinette County.
Please check our club sponsors listed on the left side of the Home Page. You’ll find lodging information and other contacts that will help you plan your visit to the Dun-Good Riders Trail System located in northwestern Marinette County. ATV’s & UTV’s are welcome on our trails year ’round. If you need more information, please check the “Contacts” and we’ll try to help. Go here for information on where to purchase out of state (non resident) trail passes and other DNR license information: http://dnr.wi.gov/Permits/CSRSP/LicenseAgents.
Dun-Good Riders Inc. is a non-profit organization of dedicated individuals, who’s constant vigil is to maintain our trails to the best of their abilities. We currently care for 70 miles of snowmobile trails, through some of the most beautiful acres in God’s country. We also watch over 130 miles of year round ATV trail. Our only hope is that you will have a safe and joyful experience every time you visit our trail system. On our site you’ll find information that you will find helpful, when planning your outdoor adventure in the Dunbar and Goodman, WI area. Please take the time to fully explore our site, and feel free to contact us with any questions you might have.