As a member of the Pel-Cho Mudd Nutz ATV/UTV Club you are in the heart of some of the best ATV/UTV riding and trails in the state. Directly connecting to the adjoining counties there are literally hundreds of miles of routes and trails you have access to. Please enjoy planning your ride based on the maps below .
Pel-Cho Muddnutz Members,
I am pleased to report that The Conservation Fund Pelican River Forest Trails east of Hwy 45 in Pelican Lake formally opened on September 1st. While we did have some minor gate and sign issues they have since been corrected and you should be in for a pleasurable riding experience.
Please keep in mind that these trails are on private property the use of which is at the courtesy of The Conservation Fund and the access across Hwy 45 to Hwy Q is through the courtesy of the Romsa family and a $24500 grant from Yamaha's Outdoor Initiative Program.
Motorized access is limited to ATV-UTV-Snowmobile Use Only- No Cars, Trucks Dirtbikes-Motorcylces are allowed. Any Dumping and Camping is prohibited.
If using this property please respect all areas and 20 MPH Speed Limit on the Pelican River Forest Trails and 15 MPH on the Yamaha-Romsa trail.
To help you understand the trails location and connections you will find attached a map of the trails as well as approximate distances to the nearby towns.
In addition, I am pleased to report that the club has secured thru Oneida County a grant to develop the Dump Rd/Old 26 trail off of Hwy Q on the west side of the lake. This trail will go from Hwy Q north on Dump Rd/Old 26 to Hwy 45 where it will cross to Bessa Rd in the Town of Monico. This trail is currently gated as it is not developed, construction and completion is expected in the summer of 2024.
You can see where this trail goes on the attached map where it is represented by the heavy black line.
The Pelican River Forest trails should provide some spectacular fall colors to enjoy as you check out our newest trail addition over the next couple of weeks.
Enjoy the ride but remember, Hwy 45 in the 35 MPH Zone is not open for ATV/UTV use until it is properly signed. Hopefully this will be done in the next couple of weeks
Pel-Cho Mudd Nutz ATV/UTV Club
Oneida County has placed brown, 3 digit number signs throughout the County at key Trail intersections.
In the event of an emergency, the 911 operator will ask you for this number. Their emergency response system can identify these numbers and give important location information to rescue personnel.
PAY ATTENTION TO THESE
INTERSECTION NUMBER SIGNS.
They can save lives!