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Burnett County Government Center
7410 County Road K
Siren, WI 54872
Can I ride my ATV/UTV on the Gandy Dancer Trail?
ATV/UTV use is NOT allowed on the Gandy Dancer Trail south of State Highway 77 from April 1 through November 30 each year.


From December 1 through March 31, and once there is a 4" groomed snow base; or if there is no snow, once the ground is frozen; and trails have officially been opened, you may ride your ATV/UTV on the Gandy Dancer Trail. Check for openings and closures, and sign up for email or text notifications, by following the link below.

The northern segment of the trail allows ATVs & UTVs and begins north of State Highway 77 in Danbury crossing over the St. Croix River to Minnesota. For more information, please contact Pine County, MN Gandy Dancer Information at 218-485-5410.

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1. Is it legal to hunt on Burnett County Forest Lands?
2. Can I leave my deer stand up overnight on County Forest Land?
3. Where can I get a map of the Burnett County Forest Lands?
4. Is camping allowed on Burnett County Forest Land?
5. Am I able to cut firewood on Burnett County Forest Land?
6. May I cut a Christmas Tree from the Burnett County Forest?
7. Can I purchase a camping, firewood, or Christmas tree permit over the phone?
8. When and where can I ride my snowmobile/ATV/UTV?
9. Where can I get a snowmobile/ATV trail map?
10. What are the state definitions of an ATV or UTV?
11. Can I ride my ATV/UTV on the Gandy Dancer Trail?
12. Where can I get a map of the ATV township routes?
13. Do I need a bike pass to use the Gandy Dancer Trail?
14. Can I get a map of the Gandy Dancer Bike Trail?
15. Where can I ride my off-road motorcycle?
16. Who do I talk to about bear, deer, or any other wildlife issue?
17. Where can I get a Burning Permit?
18. Who do I contact to rent the park shelters?
19. Where can I go horseback riding in Burnett County?
20. How do I put my land into the Managed Forest Program?
21. The tree in my backyard is dying, who should I talk to?