In a couple of words – a lot! It’s officially summer mountain biking season here in the Northwoods and with it, the many events that utilize the CAMBA trails have begun. In the past 5 weeks, the CAMBA trails have played host to: CAMBA Spring Work Day (May 12), Gateway Trail Fun Day (May 20), [..Read more]
Category: Breaking News
The Forest Service has issued the OK to ride the trails involved in the recent prescribed burn, so those trails are now entirely open and ready to be ridden. So what are you waiting for??
As previously announced, Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest fire crews are planning to conduct a prescribed burn on 195 acres of National Forest lands following a recent timber harvest south and west of the Namekagon Town Hall. The purpose of prescribed burn is to promote the regeneration of red oak, while retaining mature trees as a seed [..Read more]
In case you haven’t heard via our eNewsletter, all CAMBA trails are now open, including national forest trails (Namakagon, Delta, Drummond). As always, if we get any significant accumulation of rain, we will need to give the trails a few hours to drain and dry out. Let the season begin.
CAMBA SPRING WORKDAY – SATURDAY, MAY 12 CAMBA will be holding its annual spring workday this Saturday, May 12. We will need around 20 volunteers to get our various projects completed and hope you can join us. Meeting time: 9:00 a.m. Place: Hatchery Creek Park – Upper parking lot. Work: until about 12:30 Lunch and [..Read more]
CAMBA Spring Workday The trails should be plenty dry to get out and do some work this weekend. Work projects will include leaf blowing, brushing a new alternate route around the floating boardwalk near Gravel Pit, and tuning up the Bike Park (among other projects TBD). We will be finalizing our plan on Tuesday evening [..Read more]
CAMBA is conducting a survey to learn more about our riders in an effort to continue to improve the CAMBA trail system and aid our organization in better informing the public about the CAMBA trails. It is a short survey and should only take about 5 minutes or less to complete. We greatly appreciate your [..Read more]
Until further notice, the Wild River Trail along the old railroad grade is closed just south of the river. The trail crosses private land and the land owner does not wish to have bikes or pedestrians on the property. You may ride or walk from Cty Hwy M to the river and back, but not [..Read more]
At CAMBA’s annual meeting on October 6, Ben Welnak and Tim Louis were elected to the CAMBA Board of Directors. A slate of four candidates offered their services to the CAMBA board – a solid group and a good endorsement of the our membership’s interest in our organization. The annual meeting was well attended with [..Read more]
Commemorative Event to be held Saturday, October 7 The Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA) will observe its 25th year as the region’s leading trail advocacy organization in a casual gathering on Saturday, October 7 at Hatchery Creek Park in Hayward. The event will get under way at 10:00 a.m. with a brief dedication of [..Read more]