Welcome to Castle Rock Family ATV Club.  Here we hope you will explore our site. CRFAC is an ATV Club in Juneau County created for your safety and enjoyment.  Our goal is to have our routes/trails link to neighboring counties and eventually be part of the statewide trail system.

We noticed that someone is doing donuts at the intersection 6th Ave & 16th St in Necedah Wildlife Refuge.  This could cause the Club to lose the ability to use these roads.  Also please remember 5th Ave north of 12th St is CLOSED due to culvert washout.
                                                *****THANK YOU*****
Also Thank you to Juneau County Parks and Forest and Juneau County Board for approving additional trails thru the County Forest.


    It is very sad that we have had 14 accidents in Juneau County as of July 20th of this year with 2 fatalities.  It is very important to use the safety equipment as it meant to be used(helmets, seatbelts etc.) and to obey all laws.  The major causes of the accidents is alcohol, speed and not using safety protection.  These accidents are devastating to the families and to the community. They are a concern to our public officials who grant us the use of roadways and trails. WE ALL MUST be proactive in riding our ATV/UTV’s.


1.  Helmets can not only save your life but also prevent severe head injuries.
2.  Anyone born after January 1, 1988 MUST have taken a ATV safety class and            carry the certificate with you to ride in Wisconsin.
3.  Do not consume alcohol or drugs prior to or while riding.
4.  Obey all signs and maintain a safe speed do not overdrive your ability.
5.  Use your seatbelts in your UTV they are meant to keep you from being ejected         from your machine.
6.  Make sure your equipment is in working order. 

Next Meeting

November 13th

Meeting at Opera House, New Lisbon, at10 am with a ride to follow weather permitting.



Group Rides

October 30th

Halloween ride dress up or come as your scary self.  Decorate your machine and join us meeting at Heinies at noon 

Note: Generally 2 weeks prior to an event, detailed information is available on home page.


General Information TIP 1.  Parking (off-loading) at Businesses  – It is fortunate for us hat several local businesses allow vehicle/trailer parking (off-loading ATV/UTVs) in their designated customer parking areas. However, it is best to communicate (check-in) with the business prior to off-loading to ensure “event” customers have available parking. Remember…….thank them for allowing vehicle/trailer parking.

General Information TIP 2.  Area ATV/UTV Route Maps – Area businesses have ATV/UTV route maps for sale ($5.00) that include local and surrounding communities. Enjoy and Explore via your ATV/UTV. Remember many hours of hard work by ten area ATV clubs have made such a opportunity a reality. Travel only on designated routes and respect all property. Riding these routes are privileges granted by local units of government and are not a Right. Violators will be ticketed.

Patrol Ambassadors – – be sure to log and report your patrol hours.