Mercer Dusty Loons ATV Club Inc.

​​​​Events

15th Annual Pumpkin Run ATV/UTV Rally - October 5 - 7

Join us ​​for a weekend of fun at the Mercer & Hurley Chambers of Commerce 15th Annual Pumpkin Run ATV/UTV Rally. Poker run, lots of raffles, 50/50 drawing, entertainment, The Great Pumpkin ATV/UTV parade, local businesses events, wrap up party at The Lazy Ace Saloon, food and drink specials, Friday Twilight ATV/UTV competitions (NEW!), Old Pine Road band, games, and a huge bonfire!

Poker Run: We have 23 establishments participating on two poker run sheets. ​​If you register early online, you get a free stamp. If you participate in the parade, you get a free stamp. ​That should keep you busy! If you registered online through the Mercer Chamber of Commerce you can pick up your registration packet at the Mercer Chamber of Commerce on Thursday from noon-5pm, Friday from 9 am - 5 pm, and on Saturday from 9 am - noon. Walk-in registrations welcome! Poker hands will be collected at The Lazy Ace Saloon on Saturday and.....

Local businesses will have food & drink specials and events all weekend long. Check out some of these:​​

Friday Night Twilight ​​ATV/UTV Competition! Meet us in the field across from the Mercer Library for some friendly competition including a "Roll Out The Barrel" (get it...roll out the barrel, roll out a barrel of fun...") event, and a ball toss from your UTV. We are still working out the details, so things might change. $10 per machine to participate (must be at least 16). 

Parade: We want to make this the largest and best parade ever! Decorate your machine (and yourselves) and join us for a parade through town starting at the Mercer Ranger Station and going down 51, turning at the Wampum Shop and taking the grade to The Lazy Ace Saloon for the wrap up party!!! The best decorated machine wins a ​​Quadcopter Drone with HD Camera. The best costume wins a Remote Control UTV Vehicle. Line up starts at 4:30 pm, parade at 5:00 pm.

THE WRAP UP PARTYYYYY!  The ​​parade will end up at the wrap up party at The Lazy Ace Saloon. There will be food (served inside), drinks, Old Pine Road band (6:30 pm until 9:30 pm). We will selling raffle tickets, 50/50 drawing, games, and a huge bonfire. Poker hands will be collected here as well as in Hurley.

Winners for the poker run and the 50/50 drawing will be contacted by phone and announced on Monday, Oct 2nd on Mercer's Chamber of Commerce website, Hurley's Chamber of Commerce website and the Mercer Dusty Loons ATV webpage. Good luck!!

Have questions? Contact us at mercerdustyloons@hotmail.com​​

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Mercer, Lakeland and St. Germain ATV Club F​​​und Raiser

1st Prize:  900 Bad Boy Buggy UTV & Trailer

2nd Prize: $500 Cash

3rd Prize: ATV/UTV Winch

Drawing will be October 14, 2017 at the St. Germain Community Center at 8:00 pm.

Tickets are $10.00 and can be found at local area businesses.​​​​​​​​​​​​
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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Big News.....no HUGE NEWS...

The Town of Mercer Board has approved all town roads open to ATV/UTV access except the following: Portage Avenue, Margaret Street between Library Street and County Highway J, and John Dul Road. This is a huge accomplishment for the ATV/UTV community in Mercer. Getting to the trails will now be easier. Thanks to all who supported this issue. Note that this only includes town roads and not county roads.
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Please be respectful, watch your speed down residential roads and stay off of private property. We don't want to loose this privilege. ​​

Trail Report

Remember, the new bike trail in town is for non-motorized vehicles only. Please watch where you are going and keep to the gravel trail!

​​We are continuously looking to improve our trail system. If you see a trail that needs maintenance, please let us know by emailing us at mercerdustyloons@hotmail.com.

Calling All Volunteers

​​​Want to help out? We are looking for volunteers to help sell raffle tickets, participate at events and help groom and maintain the trails. If interested, please contact Lora at mercerdustyloons@hotmail.com. We appreciate the help!
Trail News
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