WATVA is a Wisconsin-based ATV / UTV association that works to keep Wisconsin one of the best states in the country for riders to use their all-terrain vehicles.
WATVA works to develop partnerships to create a positive image of the ATV sport!
Taylor County has over 300 miles of groomed snowmobile trails maintained by 11 local snowmobile clubs. Portions of the trails are open to ATVs. ATVs are not allowed on the trails when the temperature is above 28 degrees. Trail Map Contact Taylor County Tourism for more information and maps 715.748.4729
Everyone wants to become part of something fun, right?? Well here's your chance to help our club grow and become more diverse!!
It's pretty easy to join. Just download our application, fill it out and mail it or bring to a club meeting along with your dues.
Dues are: $10 Annual Individual
$20 Annual Family
The Perkinstown Motorized Trail is a two-way trail developed for ATV and motorcycles (and snowmobiles in the winter). Trail Length: 20 miles. What to Expect: This trail is ideal for visitors of all ages, riding abilities and experience levels. The trail system is highlighted by rolling terrain, wooden bridges and a variety of woodlands and wetlands. A great variety of wildlife and vegetation can be found along the trail. The vegetation changes from low marsh areas and beaver ponds to forested uplands of hemlock, hardwoods and red pine plantations. The northern most point is located near the Chippewa Campground on the shores of Chequamegon Waters. A trailhead is also located on State Highway 64 that provides an information board will trail maps and toilet facilities
Directions : Trailhead is located about 15 miles west of Medford on Hwy 64. Trail Length (miles) 20
GPS Coordinates to Trailhead: 45.197315,-90.397850
12 miles of two-way trail on old logging roads around Camp 8 Flowage in Taylor Forest lands. Twenty acre lake, trout and panfish, and rustic campsites. Varied terrain includes hills, streams and marshy areas. Campsite area contains 6 rustic units, access to a hand pump well and a restroom facility.
Dates of Operation: All ATV trails closed April 1-April 30 for spring breakup.
Directions: Trailhead camping area is 6 miles east of Rib Lake. Ride the Camp 8 Trail from Rib Lake via Fawn Avenue. Drive to Camp 8 via Hwy 102 east to Wilderness Ave. At road ending fork, stay to the right (east/southeast).
Trail Length (miles) 12, various loops
GPS Coordinates to Trailhead: 45.323372,-90.150581
The Wisconsin Dept of Natural Resources is the online site for registering your recreational vehicle, learning about the laws, and learning more about our state natural resources.
In order to Register your ATV/UTV you must first acquire your DNR# and then you are able to proceed to registering.