Hurley, Wis., promotes ATV visitor activities
September 10, 2013
The Hurley Area Chamber of Commerce in Wisconsin boasts “Wilderness, Waterfalls and Wildlife!”
And the chamber likes ATVs, promoting its offerings for ATV enthusiasts at its website www.hurleywi.com under “Activities.”
Specifically, the chamber notes: “More than 200 miles of routes and trails take you deep into the heart of Iron County. Along the routes you will find a variety of friendly pit-stops offering food, beverages, gas and lodging.
“During the winter, ATVs are welcome on some designated Iron County snowmobile trails (call the chamber or click on the "More Info" link to request an ATV Trail System map),” the chamber notes. “For the ATV enthusiast, Iron County has the largest ATV trail system in Wisconsin, with more than 200 miles of scenic trails that are open year around (though there is a brief period after the final snow melt until about mid-May when the trails are closed by the Iron County Forestry Department for repairs), and two annual ATV Rally weekends (October and May).
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