DUN-GOOD RIDERS ATV / UTV-SNOWMOBILE CLUB’S OFFICAL WEB PAGE
DUN-GOOD RIDERS Maintain Snowmobile & year ’round ATV/UTV Trails in the Dunbar & Goodman areas of Northwestern Marinette County. DUN-GOOD TRAILS ARE OPEN NOW FOR SLEDS AND ATV’S & UTV’S. Updated countywide conditions can be found at www.marinettecosnowtrails.com
DUN-GOOD RIDERS TRAIL REPORT: 1/9/18—Trails are open and in fair condition. Trails are icy. Base is still good. Early season riding. Need some snow. We are doing some grooming. We have 2 areas where caution is needed. Please ride with care. Slow down!
CAUTION!! LOGGING PROJECT GOING ON BETWEEN CCC CAMP ROAD AND OLD CTY. A ON THE TRAIL GOING TOWARD ATHELSTANE. SIGNS ARE POSTED, LOTS OF EQUIPMENT WORKING IN THE AREA. RIDERS BE CAREFUL! SLOW DOWN AND PROCEED WITH CAUTION!
CAUTION AHEAD! Please be aware that beginning next week (1/8/18) Coleman Engineering will be boring holes along side Parkway Road, starting in Silver Cliff (Brandywine Rd area) and heading north from there. This will be in the area of our trail system and the Iron Snow Shoe trail system. They don’t expect to be doing any work that will be on the trail but they will be working along side the trail. Riders should use caution and watch for equipment and men working in this area until the end of February. Please ride with care!
The January 16, 2018 monthly club meeting will be at Rocque’s 8-HI Club in Goodman. Meeting begins at 7:00 PM.
Dun-Good trails are open for atv’s & utv’s all year long (except for a few weeks in spring for the thaw). We only speak for the Dun-Good trail system. Please check with other Marinette County clubs and other counties for their regulations. The DUN-GOOD RIDERS Maintain Snowmobile and year ’round ATV / UTV 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. Check our on line trail map to help plan your visit to our area.