TOWN OF JACKSON ATV/UTV ROUTES NOW OPEN:
Roads will be posted with signs identifying them as ATV/UTV routes. All paved roads in Voyager which have signs will be accessible. Riding on gravel roads and/or non-signed roads is ILLEGAL and violators caught are subject to a substantial fine. Failure to comply could also result in the Town of Jackson rescinding the use of ATV/UTVs!
OPERATION OF ATV/UTVs
Operation is allowed only on the extreme right side of the roadway except that left turns may be made from any part of the roadway that is safe given prevailing conditions.
Mallard Lake Road, Sewall Road, Alden Road, Clear Sky Road, Greeder Road, Pratt Road, Leef Road, Overland Trailway, Sweger Road, Sieben Road, Ham Lake Road, Mail Road, Lang Road, Greer Road, Deer Path Road, Shore Road, Chalet Road, Three Mile Road, Loon Creek Trail from Three Mile Road to the Trail Head, Kilkare (only within the Jackson Town limits), Bonner Lake Road, Voyager Road, Treasure Island Road and Trailway, Treasure Island Court, Treasure Island Drive, Whispering Pines, Loon Lake Road, Meyers Road, Ford Road and Moro Road.
- Observe 20 MPH speed limit
- Slow vehicle to 10 MPH within 150 feet of any dwelling
- Ride only single-file
- Operators under age 16 must carry an ATV safety certificate
- Operators age 16 and older must have a valid State Drivers License
- Operators must stay on the paved surface of hard surface roads
- Operators under age 18 must wear a helmet
- ATV/UTV owners must have liability insurance for their vehicle
- Vehicles must have operational headlamps and tail lights
- ATV/UTV must display registration or license plate
- All roads/routes are closed from April 1st to Friday of Memorial Day weekend. Forest Trails are also closed during these dates.
The Town of Jackson RESERVES THE RIGHT TO RESCIND THIS ORDINANCE IF PRIVELEGES ARE ABUSED.
By the Burnett County Sheriff and other officers authorized under Town, County and State statutes.
Some township ordinances allow for ATV/UTV use of the town roads and others do NOT allow it. It is the rider’s responsibility to contact the township in which you plan to ride in and get the current rules pertaining to ATVs/UTVs and the town roads. Please contact the individual townships for their rules and regulations.
NO OFF TRAIL USE IS ALLOWED Please stay on the trails. Much of our trail system is on private land, and we appreciate the easements granted by our generous land owners. It only takes one person to have the entire trail system shut down.
Caution: Groomers and trail maintenance vehicles may be on the trails at any time.
All snowmobiles, ATVs and UTVs must be registered or licensed to ride on our trails.
It is your responsibility to know where you are and whose property you are on. Please be careful, be respectful to other trail users, and ride safely.