Mercer Dusty Loons ATV Club Inc.

    Welcome to Mercer WI. We are located in the southern part of Iron County, WI and part of the largest trail system in Wisconsin. Our Mission: To stimulate and advance the general safety of ATV/UTV recreation and creation of new trails by serving the interest of ATV/UTV owners and to develop a fraternal spirit between ATV/UTV and other outdoor enthusiasts. We require the registration of all ATV’s. We expect all members and riders to obey all Wisconsin state and local laws, which govern ATV’s & UTV’s. Our Purpose: Promote a positive public image of the sport, create new trails, maintain existing trails, develop partnerships with other ATV Clubs, educate riders on the impact to the environment, and promote safety. Promote a positive public image of the sport
    to build trails/develop new riding areas. Our Purpose cont… to stimulate and advance the general welfare and safety of ATVing to provide a medium for the exchange of ATVing information to develop a fraternal spirit among local ATVers and other recreational enthusiasts
    to serve the interests of ATVing owners to own or lease property for club uses
    · to perform all desirable and lawful functions for the successful operation of the club and in the general public interest Mercer Dusty Loons ATV Club Inc. PO Box 26
    Mercer WI 54547 (715) 562-0377

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Please note that the newly constructed bike path in Mercer is for
non-motorized traffic only.  ​While using your ATV/UTV's please respect that.
Check out our new Trail News page. Includes important information on trail development, openings and closures, trail reports, raffles and more! Also includes a CALLING ALL VOLUNTEER section if you are interested in helping out. 

​​All Iron County snowmobile and ATV trails will be closed effective Tuesday, March 7, 2017 at 12:00 noon. Gates along the trails will be closed.

All ATV trails will remain closed until break-up conditions recede. ATV trails will open on a trail-by-trail basis as trail conditions dry up and have been inspected for washouts and grade integrity. This is estimated to be mid-May.

Thank you for your cooperation during this seasonal transition time.