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

Washington County, WI


The Kettle Moraine ATV Association and the the Eden Area Trail Runners have worked very hard to get an ATV trail in southeastern Wisconsin. The Trail is a bike trail in the summer, and a snowmobile/ATV trail in the winter stretching from West Bend to Eden and road routs to Dotyville, totaling 60 miles, There are even more road routes to Fond Du Lac, and Dundee. There is almost an infinite number of roads to ride on. The route to St. Cloud and Glenbeulah has been eliminated with the hwy 23 expansion. This atv trail is on a snowmobile trial can be taken away for any rouge, damaging, or disrespectful riding. The speed limit is 25 MPH throughout, 35 MPH on roads, and 10 MPH through Kewaskum and Campbellsport.


4 conditions must apply before ATV's are allowed on this trail, although they do very between counties. 1-The predicted high temperature must be below 29 for entire day. 2-Must not be in the midst or aftermath of a snowstorm. 3-Must be declared 'OPEN' at 262-277-1503 (or Eisenbahn State Trail) for Washington county. 4-Must be declared 'OPEN' at 920-929-6840 for Fond Du Lac county. The two number are not always in agreement. 


Registration and parking for the Poker Run will begin at 8:30am at the Kewaskum Municipal Annex Building which is located on Hwy 28 (Main St) just west of Hwy 45 (Fond du Lac Ave). GPS address of 130 Main St. Cost will be $5.00 a hand for 5 cards or 5 hands for $20.00. There will also be the 2 extra cards for $1.00 option if you almost have a good hand which you can pay to the card dealers. All cards will be dealt here so you will not have to worry about poker cards while riding. Your cards will be logged on an official KMATVA Poker Run Score Card which varies from a normal poker hand very slightly in the effort to get everyone involved. No wilds. If you are new to our poker run, we will have a seperate registration table where we will clearly explain what needs to be done.


There are only 2 places you need to visit in order to be qualified for the prizes, including the Thanks For Comming prize which is determined by the number of enterants. The first is the West Bend Punch which is a paper punch hanging from the big Eisenbahn Trail sign on the far south end of the trail at Lighthouse Lane. The second is the Dotyville Punch which is hanging from the road directional sign located at Walnut and Pine Streets.


The ride is over 60 miles (90 to Fond du Lac, 120 to Dundee) round trip with stops about every 7 miles. You are free to choose any place you want and try and get a stamp everywhere you visit. The roads are no longer marked so please pick up a road route map at registration if you need.


In Kewaskum:               Local Press                      K-Town tap

In Elmore:                    Bahr Time                                               

In Eden:                       Dimo's,        2fer's            The Outpost

In Dotyville:                  The Party Palace               Red Cabin

Lake Winnebago:           Sunset on the Water         Tommy J's

In Campbellsport:          ShoTimes                


There will be an small ATV map available for those who need one. There are more places to visit that are not on the Stops sheet and by all means, patronize these places as well. There is gas for ATV's at the BP in Kewaskum, Flood Oil in Eden, (ask at Dimo's how to get there), in Fond Du Lac and Dundee. ATV's are not permitted at the Citgo/McDonalds on Hwy 45 by the Sunburst Ski Area.


Return at 4:00pm and give us a few more minutes to get everyone ready. Starting at 4:30pm, we will start calling off names. The person who had the best hand, will get the first choice of prizes. The person with the second best hand will get the second choice and so on until all the prizes are awarded.

Then we will announce the winner of the 50/50 raffle and award the Thanks for Comming prize.

This is an excellent trail in pristine condition and can be inviting to go faster than 25MPH. Please resist the urge and enjoy this riding area close to home and have utmost respect for those who worked so diligently to have it opened, and not fuel those who would love to have it closed. There are routes to St. Cloud and Wacousta that are not on the Poker Run. Have fun and Thanks for riding.