ATV Trails

Tourism in Grant County Wisconsin

ATV and UTV Trails in Grant County WI (County Roads)

The County Roads designated as all-terrain vehicle / utility terrain vehicle routes in Grant County are:

  • County Highway A, from County Highway X, South and East to CTH VV, within the Village of Bagley and the Town of Bloomington
  • County Highway C, from County Highway X, continuing northeast across US Highway 18 to Kussmaul Hollow Road, near the unincorporated Village of Millville
  • County Trunk Highway J, from County Trunk Highway JJ, extending north to 6th Street, within the Village of Mt. Hope
  • County Trunk Highway JJ, full length of CTH JJ from US Highway 18, through the Village of Mt. Hope and back to US Highway 18
  • County Trunk Highway P, from CTH A, near the Village of Bagley, extending north and east to Morgan Road, within the Town of Wyalusing
  • County Trunk Highway X, from CTH A in the Village of Bagley, extending north to Gasner Hollow Road
  • County Trunk Highway X, from CTH P, extending easterly to and through an unincorporated Village of Wyalusing
  • County Highway E beginning at Pine Grove Road, extending East through the Village of Stitzer and to Sleepy Hollow Road
  • County Highway F beginning at County Highway E, extending North through the Village of Stitzer and to Fennimore-Liberty Road
  • County Highway VV, from County Highway A, south to Rock School Road within the Towns of Bloomington and Glen Haven

Grant County ATV and UTV Trail Map

Restrictions

  1. No ATV/UTV shall be operated at a speed greater than 30 miles per hour unless posted at a higher speed limit.
  2. No ATV/UTV may be operated on any designated route without fully functional headlights, tail-lights, and brake lights.
  3. ATV/UTV’s may be operated on paved roadway surfaces only.
  4. No ATV/UTV may be operated on any designated route between the hours of 1:00 A.M. to 5:00 A.M. daily.
  5. No person under the age of sixteen (16) may operate an ATV/UTV on any designated route.
  6. No person under the age of eighteen (18) may operate an ATV/UTV on any designated route unless wearing approved protective head gear.
  7. No ATV/UTV may be operated on any designated route which ATV/UTV does not meet all applicable Wisconsin State noise pollution standards

See the complete list of rules, restrictions, penalties and judgments.

View the DNR ATV Regulations.

ATV/UTV Clubs

River Ridge Runners Club – Contact: 608-330-1173 for info.