In 2006, the Wisconsin Off-Highway Vehicle Association (WOHVA) was granted exclusive access to over 4000 acres of land on the Mole Lake Indian Reservation (located just 8 miles outside of Crandon, Wisconsin). WOHVA has developed a network of trails over 50 miles in total length through the northern Wisconsin forest. These are trails developed by 4WD guys for 4WD guys! The trails range from mild to wild and offer opportunities for everything from Jeep CJ's to full-size vehicles. If you're tired of large play areas (like farm land or areas of the national forests), join WOHVA at Mole Lake for a weekend. You'll be amazed to see what true trail riding really is!
Additionally, WOHVA serves as the liaison between the Sokaogon/Chippewa (Mole Lake) Tribal Council and groups wishing to hold events on these Tribal Holdings. If you club is interested in planning an event or a weekend at Mole Lake, contact WOHVA at MoleLakeAccess@WOHVA.com
WOHVA hosts two trail rides each summer (Northwoods-Mole Lake Jeep Jamboree USA & Great Northern Trail Ride). Additionally, WOHVA hosts Trail Days on numerous on weekends all summer long. In 2011, WOHVA will be hosting Trail Days on 10 weekends between May 1st & September 1st.
You can find more information on these trails and how you too can enjoy them on the WOHVA
website. Or, email WOHVA at info@WOHVA.com
Remember, "Stay on the Trail or Stay Home!"