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Welcome to the Oneida County ATV trails!

The Hodag 4-Wheelers ATV-UTV Club is an ATV club based in Oneida County, Wisconsin. We maintain the Enterprise ATV trail system and we work to encourage access to fun and safe ATV riding in our area. Our club is a member of the Oneida County ATV/UTV Council (OCAUC) and the Wisconsin ATV - UTV Association (WATVA).

Next Meeting-Holiday Party Tuesday, Dec 14th See Events page for details and RSVP instructions

Special Notices

This Little Brown Sign Could Save Your Life?

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Oneida County Snowmobile and ATV/UTV Clubs have placed brown, 3 digit number signs throughout the County at key intersections. In the event of an emergency, a 911 operator will ask you for this number. Their emergency response system can identify these numbers and give important location information to rescue personnel.

PAY ATTENTION TO THESE INTERSECTION NUBMER SIGNS
They can save lives!

Questions or Comments? Call your Local Snowmobile or ATV/UTV Club or the Oneida County Forestry Department.

News & Updates

Lincoln Street Not Open to ATVs/UTV Traffic

OH BOY !!!! OH BOY !!!! here we go again. If you are riding into RHINELANDER, PLEASE NOTE, CITY ORDIANCE was just checked and LINCOLN ST it is NOT OPEN TO ATV/UTV USE. There was a missed communication within the city as to what is open.  Signage is now up to indicate no ATV/UTVs use. 

 

Oneida County Roads approved for ATV/UTV use

Remember, when riding the roads headlights MUST be on. If you have not received your new renewal stickers, carry proof you've ordered them.  Anyone under the age of 18 must wear a helmet, and everyone must have a seat belt on.  Also, the intersection of Hwy 17 and 8 is NOT OPEN to BOYCE road, you cannot ride on that part of Hwy 17. See the link below for other Oneida County highways and sections opened for ATV/UTV use. Note: State Highways are NOT open for ATV/UTV use.

Oneida County Roads Open for ATV/UTV Use

WI ATV and UTV Law Changes Effective March 4, 2020

Wisconsin ATV and UTV law changes that took effective March 4, 2020 include ATV and UTV definition changes, ATV passenger rules, lighted headlamp display requirements, new ATV and UTV auxiliary lighting restrictions and operational requirements and modification restrictions. A pamphlet detailing the law changes can be viewed at the link below:

WI ATV/UTV Law Changes Effective March 4, 2020

Town Newbold Residents

ATTENTION NEWBOLD AREA ATV - UTV'ERS:

25 MPH ON THE ROADS, NO EXCEPTION! 10 MPH, 150 FT WITHIN A DWELLING, NO EXCEPTIONS!

THANK YOU for your cooperation.

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