The Turtle Flambeau Flowage is located in the Town of Mercer in south eastern Iron County; the “Snow Capital of Wisconsin” deemed so because it receives an average snowfall of over 200 inches of snow each year. Iron County has over 500 miles of scenic trails winding through forests and across frozen lakes that are groomed by three dedicated clubs. With the most reliable snow in the Midwest, plus quick access to additional miles of trail in adjoining counties and Michigan’s UP, the Flowage is the ultimate destination for both families and the more serious snowmobile rider. You’ll find trailside accommodations, pit stops with food and beverage and other services staffed by friendly and knowledgeable local hosts. There are also 175,000 acres available for off-trail Boondocking, where at your own risk, you may ride on County Forest logging roads and skid trails that are not gated, signed or bermed. Snowmobiles are welcome to ride on the ice, however, before venturing out make sure that conditions are safe and you know where you are going. In addition, fluctuating water levels can create uneven ice conditions.

Snowmobile Rentals:

5168N Hwy 51
PO Box 346
Mercer, WI 54547

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Other Links:

Mercer Sno-Goers Snowmobile Club

Order the Iron County Snowmobile Trail Map

Snowmobile trail reports or call 715-476-7669 December through March 

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