Welcome to the Green County
ATV Club Website

 Cheese Country ATV Trail is now OPEN
Please be sure to respect Social Distancing as mandated by Gov Evers and CDC. 


Public Participation is needed
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Support - Multi Use Trail Systems – SW Savanna Ecological Landscape Reg Master




Some general guidelines, should you choose to engage in OHV recreation during this situation:

- Contact the riding area in advance – they may be closed.
- Visit cdc.gov for information on the latest recommendations and guidelines – follow them!
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds especially after you have been in a public place, or after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
- If soap and water are not readily available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.
- Cover all surfaces of your hands and rub them together until they feel dry.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
- Avoid close contact, especially with people who are ill.
- Put distance between yourself and other people if COVID-19 is spreading in your community. This is especially important for people who are at higher risk of getting very sick.
- As ALWAYS wear all appropriate safety gear. For ATVs, ROVs, and dirt bikes this includes: a DOT-compliant helmet, goggles, long sleeves, long pants, over-the-ankle boots, and gloves.
- Ride or drive on trails that do not challenge your skill level – now is not the time for technical obstacles.
- Ride or drive at significantly reduced speeds. Enjoy the scenery. Stop for lunch and take in the fresh air and sounds that come with being outdoors.
- Abide by social distancing recommendations.
- Ride in pairs or small groups. Keep in mind that others you come across on the trail may stay farther away than normal and may not want to engage in conversation.
- Experience nearby trails. This is not the time to load up the truck and try a riding area that you’ve always wanted to try but is 1,000 miles away.
- -Comply with recommendations to stay near to home.
If you are at all uncomfortable for any reason about getting out on the trail – DON’T GO!
- If you feel sick – DON’T GO!






The Green County ATV Club was established in 2003 to promote fun and safe ATV riding for your outdoor enjoyment, and to provide instruction and information so that all riders will respect our trail systems and all others that use the trails. Another one of our club goals, is to help promote economic development in the City of Monroe, and all of the Green County Area, for riders to enjoy the beautiful scenery and local businesses, as the Cheese Country Trail is a premiere riding experience in the Tri-State area. We are located in Green County in the state line area in southern Wisconsin, on the east end of the Cheese Country Trail System· The trail is 48 miles long, on a scenic, groomed, abandoned rail bed, from Monroe to Mineral Point. In Lafayette County, just before Calamine, at the Y, you can continue on to Mineral Point or take the 10 mile trip to Belmont from the Cheese Country Trail system. Riders can, also, enjoy the many miles of road routes, exiting off the Cheese Country Trail system, in Lafayette County.

  Club has worked, with the City of Monroe, to establish routes to the local motels, fuel stations, restaurants, bar & grills, fast food places, ATV/UTV repair/parts, and other supplies. Another City route leads to a large parking lot just one block South of the Historic Downtown Square, where you will find many more restaurants, bar & grills, a deli and confection shop with tasty ice cream and much more. You can continue on that City route to the Green County Fair Grounds for your camping enjoyment with a convenience store with fuel nearby.

 Our club is responsible for maintaining 10 miles of the Eastern part of the Cheese Country Trail which is located in Green County, which includes trimming grass, brush, and trees, tree removal, placing of trail signs and grooming the trail bed.  We offer an ATV safety course, in the spring of the year, to teach safety and DNR certify ATV riders, that were born after January 1, 1988.                                 


           Take  a ride to Monroe and visit one of our many fine sponsors.
       Please ride with your headlights ON at all times  

This memorial is a respectful place and you should not have to be told that, you should know that! The Green County ATV Club is offering a $250.00 reward to anyone with information leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone defacing the trail! This means no donuts or power turns or digging holes in the trail or defacing the trail in any way! The fines are very high for this offense.

                      Stop in to see the newly resurfaced rest area
The Green County ATV Club is having a shirt sale and if you are interested in a shirt, please call Gary Wilhelms at 608-966-3327.  The shirts can be ordered in different colors, styles and with or without pockets, also have sweatshirts.  Please call Gary if you have any questions.

 The Green County ATV Club is offering a $250.00 reward to anyone with information leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone shooting at the signs on the trail.

CHEESE COUNTRY TRAIL STICKERS are sold for $15 per annual calendar year.
Stickers are required for:
  1. all licensed or unlicensed motorcycles, mopeds, golf carts, mules, odyssey, go-carts, and dirt bikes
  2. bicycle riders 18 years of age and over
  3. horse riders 18 years of age and over
  4. Cheese Country Trail stickers can be purchased at the following locations in Green County::

  5.                            Lucky 7 Gas Station                                   
                                        710 - 21st. St.                                              
                                    Monroe, WI 53566                                          
             Located on Monroe city street route                

    Kundert Oil
    317 - 8th St.
    Monroe, WI 53566
    Located on Monroe city street route
In state ATVs or UTVs that are currently registered in Wisconsin are NOT required to have a Tri-County Trail sticker.  Out of state ATVs or UTVs, are required to purchase a Wisconsin DNR registration or a Wisconsin DNR trail pass and should refer to ATV Registration for additional information and requirements.
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Effective July 1, 2012, all ATVs and UTVs registered for public use in the State of Wisconsin, shall have a plate attached to the rear of the vehicle.

Plates can be purchased at our club sponsor


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