Ranger City Riders is a family-oriented Snowmobile / ATV / UTV Club located in the heart of Amberg, WI for over 50 years. Our club manages and maintains over 68 miles of trails in and around the Amberg / Wausaukee, WI area.   We work with several landowners 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.  We currently have 140 members and are always looking to grow our recreational family.
Ranger City Riders Trail Conditions

(Updated every Tuesday thought the season or as conditions change)

3/10/24 – Our Trails have officially closed for the 2023/2024 Season

A note from our Trails Committee:

DATE: March 10, 2024

TO: RCR Club members, RCR Landowners, Snowmobiling Public

FROM: Ranger City Riders Trails Committee

RE: Ranger City Riders Snowmobile Trail System

The RCR Trails Committee and attending club members met at the monthly club meeting last night. It was unanimously agreed upon to NOT open or re-open the trails for the 2023-2024 snowmobile season regardless subsequent future snow accumulation.

The committee felt there would be a negative impact to landowner properties and the inability to properly prepare the trails for safe passage. Regardless of any significant snow accumulation, with the absence of frost in the ground and wet areas such as swamps would only result in poor riding conditions, damage to landowner property and grooming equipment. As conditions allow Trails Committee members will begin to close gates and remove trail signage.

The winter of 2023-2024 will definitely be remembered as perhaps the poorest snow season on record thru out the entire Midwest. Our snowmobile trails were only open for one week in mid-January.  We regret that our Map Sponsors and other local busineses suffered economic impact due to the lack of snow as well. Regardless of the absence of snow we remain very grateful of our landowners for the privilege of trail easement and the club members who work tirelessly thru out the year.


 RCR Officers and Board of Directors


2/15/24 – Trail system remains closed.  We did not receive enough snow.

1/26/24 – Our Trail System is closed until further notice

1/23/24 – Trails a partially open our Hazelnut loop still remains closed.  Trails are in early season riding condition.

1/19/24 – Our trail system is partially open.  All trails are open but tour Hazelnut Loop off of our West Tail and in good riding conditions.  All open trails have been groomed.  Continue to pray for more snow.

1/16/24 – Ranger City Riders (Snowmobile Only Trails) – PARTIALLY OPEN the RCR trail system will partially open at 8:00 am Friday January 19, 2023 in both zones. The only trail not open is our Hazelnut Loop. Riding conditions are good with about 5″ base.  We could use some more snow.  Expect early season riding conditions and ride with caution.  Our trail system has been groomed and gates will open Friday morning.  Please ride with caution and be aware of changing conditions as trails get busy.  WEST TRAIL (CORRIDOR 3) TRAIL RELOCATION UPDATE:  With the hard work and dedication of our club trail team and a current landowner we have been able to reroute our trail closure southwest of Amberg between Cook rd and Nutt Rd.  Those that have traveled this trail for years please watch for the new trail that is clearly marked.  Please be patient as we were able to get permission just a few days ago to at least get sleds through this year. Remember to ride right, ride safe so you can enjoy the next ride. Events: Club Ride followed by the Annual Chili Cook Off / Winter Social at our club house in Amberg Saturday January 27th see our facebook page for more details.

1/12/24 – Our trail system is still closed




Remember RCR’s trail system does not allow ATV/UTV’s.  We currently have road routes that get you through the Amberg  area and connects you to the Marinette County Trail System!



Things you might want to know: 

Marinette County Trail Info/Report


Wisconsin Snow Report


Please remember to stay on the trail or stay home! Snowmobiling is a privilege not a right and can change if we don’t respect landowners property. Stay Right – Stay Safe!