DUN-GOOD RIDERS ATV / UTV-SNOWMOBILE CLUB’S OFFICAL WEB PAGE
Dun-Good trails are open for atv’s & utv’s all year long (except for a few weeks in spring for the thaw). You can ride from now straight through to spring! We only speak for the Dun-Good trail system. Please check with other Marinette County clubs and counties for their regulations.
~~~~~~10/13/17Trail Report: Trails are in good condition, still a few water holes. Colors are beautiful but won’t last if we get a couple of windy/rainy days. Ride now to enjoy fall at it’s finest.~~~~~~
*****CLUB MEETING: October 17, 2017 at the Lake Hilbert Campground beginning at 7:00 PM. *****
TRAIL WORK DAY ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21ST. MEET AT THE CLUB BUILDING AT 8:00 a.m. Bring your atv’s & utv’s, work tools and gloves & comfortable shoes. Dress for the weather. Trail Boss Pat Dashnier will get you set up and direct you to the work areas. Come one. Come all. The more volunteers, the more can be accomplished. Thank You in advance for your help
The DUN-GOOD RIDERS Maintain ATV/UTV and Snowmobile Trails in the Dunbar & Goodman areas of Northwestern Marinette County. Our trails join the rest of the Marinette County trail system as well as the Florence, Forest, and Oconto county trails. From our Park & Ride in Dunbar, you can ride in any direction. The Park & Ride is free to use and is close to town for food, lodging, fuel and supplies.
WINNERS! WE HAVE WINNERS FROM THE 2017 SMOOTH TRAIL RAFFLE DRAWING ON SEPT. 30TH:
1st— Polaris RZR purchased from Cozzy’s in Marinette—Jim Wagner, Silver Cliff WI
2nd—Triton Trailer purchased from Cozzy’s in Marinette—David Halverson, Dunbar WI
3rd—Henry Golden Boy Rifle purchased at Mark’s Guns—Ray Winchowski, Bark River, MI
4th—$250 donated by John Lischka Roofing & Seamless Gutters, Pembine—Jenny Buice, Scandinavia, WI
5th—$150 donated by LaFaive Oil BP Stations, Norway MI—Rob Kozimor, Oshkosh, WI
6th—$100 Gift Certificate donated by North Country Inn, Dunbar—Sue Snyder, Green Lake, WI
7th—$100 donated by North Country Storage, Dunbar—Corey Kinjerski, Kewaunee, WI
8th—$100 donated by Green Shack, Armstrong Creek—Peter Tweedale, Fence, WI
9th—$100 donated by Richards’ of Dunbar—Brian Sievert, Marinette, WI
Congratulations to all the winners and thank you everyone for your support. You keep enjoying the trails and we’ll keep working on them!
Following the Annual Meeting held on July 18th, the 2017 Dun-Good Officers are: President Pat Mullarky; Vice President Debbi Dashnier; Treasurer Dave Schultz; Secretary Patti Mullarky. The 2017 Directors are: Bob Kuehn, Mike Dashnier, Bill Ackley, Jim Schuh, Pat Dashnier –Trail Boss. Contact info can be found by clicking on the “Contacts” tab. Thank you to the past officers for all you’ve done for the club and for your help in maintaining and promoting our trail system.
CLUB NEWS —
Please be advised that in the very near future, our volunteers will be getting started on bridge repairs. They will close sections of the trail while they are working on resurfacing the bridges. Signs will posted to let riders know. These repairs will be done during the week only, not on the week ends. As always, keep your eyes open and use caution, watch for the workers and the equipment.
Watch for updates coming soon regarding the Wisconsin Snowmobile Trail Pass and other information for the sledders among us. In the meantime, enjoy the beautiful fall weather. Ride safe and be happy!
September 8, 2017: NOTE! This re-route is still in place, logging is on going. Reroute is marked & in place! Follow the signs! Re-Route is marked on both ends of the trail, coming from Dunbar and coming from the south. FOLLOW THE RE-ROUTE! Due to a very large logging project and concerns for the safety of the loggers and workers and trail riders, a trail section going south from Dunbar to Athelstane has a posted re-route. PLEASE FOLLOW THE RE-ROUTE! IT IS SIGNED WELL & IS EASY TO FOLLOW! Re-route is in the area of Forest Road 508 and CCC Camp Road. Riders will use CCC Camp Road as a way around the logging project. This will be in effect until at least the end of September. Stay right and stay alert to others on the trail.