The Elk Country ATV Club in Clam Lake, Wisconsin is a non profit organization who work’s hard at trying to get new trail’s opened and or existing one’s fixed up. We work with the Forestry when needed and or the DNR which means it can be time consuming as it takes a lot of red tape sometimes. We encourage people to come to our area as we have some of the best ATV trail’s around and we have a lot of beautiful scenery up here.
At Elk Country ATV Club we know your free time and leisure activities are important. We offer a diverse range of services to meet the cultural, entertainment and recreational interests of our customers in the Clam Lake, Wisconsin area. Whether you are looking to meet new friends or just get away from it all Elk Country ATV Club can help.
Shed the stress and worry of everyday life and enjoy a fantastic time. Contact Elk Country ATV Club today. We have many miles of trail’s to ride on and some awesome scenery. We have all you need right here in Clam Lake, WI so put your worries a side and come and have some fun.
Visit Clam Lake, Wisconsin & enjoy scenic trails, good hospitality and beautiful ATV/UTV trails in the heart of Northern Wisconsin!
Clam Lake, Wisconsin ATV/UTV Trail Info
For more information on Clam Lake, Wisconsin ATV/UTV Trails, Trail Rides and Events, please visit the Elk Country ATV Club’s web site– http://www.elkcountryatvclub.com/
We invite you to make Clam Lake, Wisconsin your ATV/UTV ride headquarters for your next ride! With lodging available right on the trails, grocery store, gas station, and restaurants serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Clam Lake, WI is a convenient home base when exploring the miles of great ATV trails in Northern Wisconsin.
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For Elk Country ATV Club NEWSLETTER and Membership Application please visit our Web Site: http://www.elkcountryatvclub.com/
Clam Lake, Wisconsin ATV/UTV Trails
Dead Horse Run ATV Trail
This 78 mile long trail has links with the Tuscobia Trail, and Stock Farm Bridge Campground as well as ATV routes and trails to Gildden, Clam Lake, and Cayuga. The entire Dead Horse System is 78 miles with several loops to choose from. What to Expect: Most of the trail system is located on snowmobile trails with a tread about 14 feet wide. Much of the trail has a firm tread; however, some sections are located on wetter soils and pools of water may be present on the trail. In addition to bringing tools and perhaps fuel, one should consider a tow strap in your kit. On this trail system, Clam Lake is one of the few opportunities for purchasing fuel. The Dead Horse Slough Trail Head is located on the north side of State Highway 77 approximately 3 miles east of Clam Lake, WI, next to the Dead Horse Slough. There is a small gravel parking lot for about 6 cars. It is possible to park a trailer in the lot but turning space is limited.