Over the past year The Birchwood Bobcat ATV and The Birchwood Bobcat
Sledders have been working on merging the two clubs we are very close to
finalizing the merge.
The new club name is The Birchwood Bobcat Riders, Inc.
In next few weeks we will be rebuilding this website.
There is a new Membership Form on the "Membership Info" page.
In the near future if you go to the old Bobcat Sledders website you
will be redirected to this site. Please contact us with any ideas or concerns
you may have about the website/s.
The Birchwood Bobcat Riders
Welcome to the Birchwood Bobcat ATV Club, Inc. We are located in upper
midwestern Wisconsin on the Tuscobia Trail, which runs from Birchwood to Park
Falls for ATV use. We established one of the first funded club trails in
Washburn County being the "Spider Loop". Since then, we have connected to the
Tuscobia State Trail in two different ways using county and private lands and
Town Roads where needed. Our latest connections have linked with the Wild
Rivers Trail (using road routes) the other through County Forest and scenic
We sponsor DNR Certified ATV Safety Classes every spring in the Birchwood
area that are open to the public.
We are one of the original Trail Patrol Ambassador groups in the state of
We are sharing some of the snowmobile trails in the area with the Birchwood
Snowmobile Club. We are cooperatively maintaining these trails.
have over 25 miles of funded trails in Washburn County in addition to many more
miles of enjoyable riding in the area. Many of our trails are slow, hilly and
curvy so we can enjoy the beautiful wildlife and outdoors. Most of our trails
are developed in heavy soils so we must stay on designated trails while riding
to prevent damage and to assure that we keep our trails with the private land
owners, counties and towns. Click here and
visit our maps page with important information.
Our trails are maintained with our own equipment which includes an ASV and a
small dump truck with monies that come from state funding and club
Every year we hold a landowner appreciation dinner where we have a good meal
and good camaraderie. We invite all landowners that our trail system passes
through and special guest speakers which is usually DNR or law enforcement or
both. Fun is had by all.
Open Memorial Weekend and Close 3rd Sunday in October (see trail reports for more
We are always looking for more members and working members.
Come and ride our beautiful
Please leave it the way you found it.
Pack it in, Pack it out!