Welcome to Our Club
Ranger City Riders is a family oriented Snowmobile / ATV / UTV Club located in the heart of Amberg, WI. Our club manages and maintains 68 miles of trails in and around the Amberg / Wausaukee, WI area. We work with several land owners to acquire permission to make these trails possible, then perform trail marking, brushing, grooming and grading. We sponsor numerous events and raffles to raise funds to help cover the ever increasing costs of maintaining our local trail system. Our club meets on the Friday before the 2nd Saturday of each month at 5:30 pm for social and 6:30 pm meeting and are open to anyone. We currently have 120 members and are always looking to grow our recreational family.
ALL MARINETTE COUNTY TRAIL SYSTEMS ARE CLOSED TO ALL TRAFFIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE!
3/7/17 – Ranger City Rider trail system is CLOSED!
2/28/17 – All of our trails are closed. Hopefully we have a better year next year, but we cannot control the weather.
2/21/17 – All of our trails are closed. Hopefully we have a better year next year, but we cannot control the weather.
2/14/17 – Trails are open and rideable but we’re not grooming until we get more snow. Trails are icy and there are some bare spots and wet areas. We just need more snow.
2/7/17 – Trails are open and rideable but we’re not grooming until we get more snow. Trails are icy and there are some bare spots and wet areas. We just need more snow.
1/31/17 – Trails are all open and rideable. Trails have held up well, very good base but very icy conditions. Not grooming now. Waiting for more snow before we resume grooming.
1/24/17 – Trails are open and rideable. We do have bare spots however everything is froze so no lubrication. Trails need fresh snow. Trails have held up well, very good base. If we get some snow, we can get back to grooming again.
1/17/17 – All of the Ranger City Riders trails are 100% groomed and in Excellent Shape. The Highway Trail, the West Trail, the East Trail and North Trail are all in excellent condition. We will be grooming again during the week, depending on the weather.
1/10/2017 – RCR trails all open. All trails are groomed and in excellent shape. The east trail is not groomed from Wausaukee to the north. We are working on that with the mini groomer for now until the ice thickens. It is rideable and in good shape, we just can’t get the big machine through the swamps yet but we are working on it.
1/3/2017 – Trails are all open except for the section from The Bullpen (CTY C & V) to Wausaukee which is closed due to the late bow deer season until Monday. Some icy conditions. The new snow we got is wet and heavy, plugs the drag. We’ll be grooming on Wednesday evening and Thursday and get all groomed that we can by Friday. No ATV’s or UTV’s allowed.
12/27/2016 – Snowmobile ONLY trails. Our trails are open except for the section from The Bullpen (CTY C & V) to Wausaukee which is closed due to the late bow deer season until Monday 1/9/17 but with the rain we’ve had everything is ice, no lubrication. Ride at your own risk. No ATV’s or UTV’s allowed.
12/19/2016 – Our trail system gates are open where we can open them. Trails are open except for the section from The Bullpen (CTY C & V) to Wausaukee which is closed due to deer season. Please obey the signs. The gates on the “East Trail” are all open but please obey the detour signs. The “Highway Trail” is open. Club will start grooming what we can this week. Trails will be in early season conditions so be aware of bare areas on the trail and areas that may not be 100% frozen yet! And as always remember that our trail system wouldn’t happen if it wasn’t for private landowners so please respect their property and stay on the trail!
See you on the trail!
Things you might want to know:
* Please make sure to renew your club memberships for the upcoming year*
Marinette County Trail Report
Wisconsin Snow Report
Words of Wisdom
Please be safe and remember to stay on the trail or stay home! Snowmobiling is a privilege not a right and can change if we don’t respect owner landowners property.
Happy Riding and as always See You on the Trail!