Kettle Moraine 
ATV Association
P.O. Box 442
West Bend, WI 53095-0442

Washington County, WI
 

NEXT MEETING:


Our next meeting is:

 Thursday, Feb 4th    

at Jug's Hitching post in Kohlsville


7:00pm for the General Meeting

6:00pm for the EC Meeting


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Welcome to the Kettle Moraine ATV Association (KMATVA) website.  KMATVA is an organization dedicating itself to addressing All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) issues and pursuing opportunities for future local ATV recreation. 

 

KMATVA was formed with the purpose of promoting ATV as a safe and social experience while fostering a positive  public image.

 

 

 

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TRAIL REPORT

Be sure to call the official trail hotline numbers; 

In Washington County; 262-277-1503.
 In Fond du Lac county; 920-929-6840

The road routes in the townships where it is posted are open for atv use. 

A helpful tool is on Facebook, you can LIKE; ATV Eisenbahn State Trail and you will get notices sent to you on it's opening and closing. 

You will notice in Fond du Lac county on the Eisenbahn trail, there are these NO ATV signs posted at every road crossing. We are working with those responsible to correct this case of mis signage. The wheels of government move slow so please be patient. Be re assurred that atv's are permitted on the Eisenbahn between December 15th and March 15th when the temperature is below 29 degrees. 

The trail through the farm field to get to Red Cabin no longer exists. Please continue onto Pine to 4th St. Rd and go east (right) to Red Cabin

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It may not be ideal, but we are trying to make the best out of a bad situation. We want to avoid the large gathering that occurs at the end of the day, but we want everyone to enjoy your small groups. As you return from the day, look for you score cards listed alphabetically by last name. Included will be the  "Thanks For Coming" prize we have included in the past. No need to get a punch this year. We will divide the prizes into 3 or 4 tables, what we think are financially most to least, and mix up some goodies on each table. If your score card has a 2 on it, go to the 2 prize table and claim your treasure. We do ask that there is no milling around afterwords for the protection of ourselves and others. We do understand this may not suit everyone,  but please consider us for next years Poker Run where we hope to be back better than ever.

DATE

EVENT

WHERE TO STAY

DETAILS

1/20/21

Charity Ride Meeting


Meet at Tony's Condo at 6:00pm Dinner and drinks will be provided. With a new venue and city, we have many details to hash out.


We need to get an idea of who is willing to help and how to best handle the charity ride among a pandemic.

1/30/21

Poker Run Baking Party


Meet at the Derrick's at noon for a light lunch first. Please RSVP to Dave or Linda to get a head count


Bring your favorite reciepts and the ingredients and together we can pull this off. Again, we need a few more hands.

1/16/21

Marshview Riders Poker Run


Ride the Wild Goose Trail all day with selected stops along the way. Must call the Trail Hotline at 920-386-3705 to verify if trail is open for atv’s.



Registration is at the Juneau Rod and Gun Club at 9:00am. N444 Primrose Lane in Juneau. Prizes awarded at 3:00pm.

2/5/21

Poker Run

Dry Run


Meet at the BP gas station in Kewaskum at 9:00am.

We will put out the punches, clear the path, put up signs.


But mostly we will just ride for a great day of riding for those who can't make the poker run.

2/6/21

KMATVA

Poker

Run


At the Kewaskum Village Annex building.

Parking will be allowed in the downtown municipal lot for this 1 day only. 130 Main St. 


Registration starts at 9:00am. Run a little different this year.

$5 a hand, $20 for 5. Lots of food and drink stops. www.kmatva.com for all the details.

If you are wondering about all the new road routes with all the new signs being posted, you may have a lot of questions on what is open and legal to ride on, and what is not. In a nutshell, all town roads in a particular township can be open once posted. This is only the town roads, not the county roads ( letters), state highways (numbers)(exceptions if under 35), or city or village roads. Please become familiar with the township roads in the town you want to ride in and their municipal boundary. It is a very involved process and fortunately there is a website that has all the needed information. go to or click   www.KettleTrails.com for all the much needed information.