Down and Dirty FunHere is your chance to Explore Wisconsin Trails for ATVing, Biking, Canoeing, motorcycling, horseback riding, cross country skiing, and snowmobiling. The second annual TrailCon USA will be in Antigo, WI August 9-10, 2013. Get the details by following the link You can get up to date information on through their facebook page, like their page through the link There will be educational workshops including a legislative workshop talking about upcoming ATV legislation; as well as programs on trail improvement, equipment, trail grooming and other topics. The Trail Con Conference opens on Friday August 9th, 2013 at 1:00 PM CST. Saturday August 10th,  booths will be open from 11:o0 AM – 5:00 PM. Evening activities will feature much more action with exciting ATV and motorcycle dirt track action. Trail Con USA offers free admission with a $5 charge for parking. It will held at the Langlade County Fairgrounds at 1837 Clermont Street in Antigo, Wisconsin.

Another exciting aspect of the Trail Con Conference is your ability to Test Ride The Latest ATV’s and UTV’s For Free. Manufacturer’s will be on hand to answer any and all sales related questions. Professionals will be on hand to offer operating instructions of the various vehicles. Please note that you must be properly dressed to ride an ATV or UTV. There are rules and age restrictions that will apply.

Which way should we goThe Trail Con USA conference is not just for ATV/UTV enthusiasts but for anyone that enjoys access to Explore Wisconsin Trails. The Horse Council of Wisconsin will be on hand to offer a special workshop on camping with your horses safely on the many trails in Wisconsin.

Spur of the Moment Ranch will have a booth at the conference for those wishing to rent a cabin or campsite to make there trail plans complete over in Oconto County. The ranch sits on the Nicolet Trail which has access into 4 counties plus Oconto County, Wisconsin for over 400 miles of trails. Both horses, ATV’s UTV’s stay at the ranch, and find it convenient to the trail system here at the southern end of the Nicolet National Forest.