Burma Road Forest Unit ATV Trail Map (39kb PDF)
The ATV trails in the Burma Forest Unit are closed annually to ATV traffic during October and November for fall hunting seasons and mid-March through April during the wet, spring thaw conditions to avoid damage to forest roads and trails.
Burma Forest ATV Trail Regulations:
1. Trails are closed to ATVs March 15 through April 30.
2. Trails are closed to ATVs between 11:00 pm and 6:00 am from May 15 through Sept. 30.
3. Trails are closed to ATVs October 1 through November 30.
4. Trails are closed to motorcycles, dirt bikes, and utility terrain vehicles (UTVs).
5. Trails are closed to other motor vehicles without a permit.
ATV operators must obey "TRAIL CLOSED" and "STAY ON TRAIL" signs to protect areas that are environmentally sensitive or being rehabilitated. Additional trail information can be found here (1,103kb pdf)
Riders may contact the Park Department at 715-261-1550 or the Mid Wisconsin ATV Trail Blazers, the local Marathon County ATV club for more information.
A listing of Wisconsin ATV Clubs can be found here. The privately owned Embarrass River ATV Park located in Shawano County offers another ATV/UTV riding opportunity.
Off-road motorcycles (or dirt bikes) are prohibited on Marathon County trails. Clark County, our neighboring county to the west, has an area for off-road motorcycles called Knobby Ridge Motorcycle Trails.
Utility Terrain Vehicles (UTV's):
On July 1, 2012 the State of Wisconsin - DNR enacted legistration for a Wisconsin UTV Program. Marathon County is not participating in this UTV program. An additional informational website for this program is available at www.wiutv.org and is continually updated with those County's electing to participate in the UTV program.
Burma Forest ATV trails and all winter ATV/Snowmobile trails are closed to UTV's. UTV's are not all-terrain vehicles. They do not meet the legal specifications of an ATV and are not permitted on ATV trails. Marathon County trails are not capable of safely accommodating UTV's. Existing trails are not wide enough for two-way traffic with these larger vehicles.
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