Due to the winter snows and damage to trees and branches it required a lot of work by volunteers to clean up in time for the trails opening on May 26th. We appreciate all those who helped to make this happen.
When you are out on the trail this year bring along a few tools in case you come across some debris or fallen trees. Many trees that were hanging over the trail at the beginning of the season once leafed out are hanging further and causing problems when grooming.
Be sure and join us at the Club Barn for our club meetings monthly April through September, which are on the 3rd Friday of the month at 6:00 pm. It is a great opportunity to find out what is happening with the trails, what special events will be coming up such as trail rides with fellow club members, and how you can get involved if you would like to have a hand in the work Turf and Tundra does to improve the sport. If you can't make it to the meetings, the meeting minutes are sent to your club member email on file and posted on the website.
Turf and Tundra was founded in the spring of 1998. At the time, there were no defined trails or routes in Burnett County. Since that time, the club has worked hard to get the current trail system and routes. There are over 118 miles of funded trails and routes along with 15 miles of unfunded ones. The Burnett County trail system connects to Douglas County to the north and Washburn County to the east via defined ATV road routes. This allows a person to enjoy many more miles of ATV riding.
Both winter and summer riding is allowed. Portions of the Winter snowmobile system are open to ATV use, making Burnett County an all around place to have fun and enjoy the outdoors. The trails do close briefly each spring for thaw-out conditions.
Turf and Tundra produced its first trail map in 2001. It now includes many business locations and sponsors plus portions of Douglas and Washburn counties. Currently we have over 240 members and over 70 business memberships that help support our efforts.
Our purpose is to promote the use and activities of recreational all-terrain vehicles (ATV) & utility vehicles (UTV). We do this by developing and maintaining ATV trails & routes in Burnett County. We ensure signs are posted, maps are up to date and safety is taught and promoted for the trails. We stay informed, and keep our members informed, of new state regulations and riding rules.
Located near the SW corner of Hwy 77 on Namekagon Road, 2616 Tundra Trail, Webb Lake WI
2023 Club Officers