lakearbutusmotorsports.com

WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE!  

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Welcome to Lake Arbutus Motor Sports, the source for all of your all-terrain (ATV) and watercraft needs. We have a great selection of late model, dependable ATVs and jet skis for rental. We also have a large selection of used jet skis and ATVs, and a huge variety of clothing, gear, and accessories, including Fox and Thor Apparel. Come and enjoy a fun filled day on Lake Arbutus or a scenic tour of the local ATV trail system.

CENTER OF ADVENTURE

Located 13 miles from Black River Falls on Lake Arbutus by Russell Memorial Park, Lake Arbutus Motor Sports is a perfect addition to the already abundant recreational opportunities. Not only are we surrounded by camp sites, ATV trails, and hiking trails, there are also places available to rent cabins, or get out on the lake by renting one of our pontoon boats or canoes. Let Lake Arbutus Motor Sports help you take part in the adventure.

Lake Arbutus Motor Sports caters to you and your family. We provide you with the opportunity to experience the thrill and enjoyment of a personal watercraft or ATV. We have everything you will need to get out on the water or the trail, and have an unforgettable great time. We are more than happy to train you on the operation of our units and help you get started.

Helmet required if ATV is rented from Lake Arbutus.

 

 

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Rules and Regulations

 

 

A. All Terrain Vehicle Operation in Wisconsin

All operators at least age 12 and born on or after Jan. 1, 1988 must complete an ATV Safety Certification course in order to operate on public ATV trails and areas in Wisconsin.
NEW! Operators of all terrain vehicles (ATV) now have a convenient online method to receive ATV Safety Certification through an Internet Web course recently introduced by the state Department of Natural Resources. The Internet course is available at www.offroad-ed.com/wi. As an alternative, check the DNR's Upcoming Recreational Safety Education Classes. Web page to find classroom courses available around the state.

 

B. Wisconsin Boating Safety Education Requirements

A Wisconsin Boating Safety Certificate is required for all boaters born after January 1, 1989 who operate a motorboat or Personal Watercraft (PWC) on Wisconsin's waters. There is no minimum age to take the Wisconsin Boating Safety Course, however certificates are not valid until the operator reaches the age of 12.

DNR Number Required

DNR Number Required Anyone who holds a license or certificate that is issued by the Wisconsin DNR (including the boating safety certificate), holds a DNR Customer Number. Before you purchase your Wisconsin Boating Safety Certificate you must have a valid DNR number. If you hold a fishing license, hunting license, ATV or snowmobile registration for instance, then your DNR customer number is located on the license/certificate. If you do not have a DNR number or you are not certain whether you have one, you can contact the DNR office (open 7 days a week) for assistance.

More information on finding or obtaining a DNR number

Age Restrictions

No one under the age of 10 may operate a motorboat in Wisconsin.
Children ages 10 and 11 may operate a motorboat ONLY if they are under the direct supervision of a parent or guardian.
Children ages 12 to 15 may operate a motorboat if they are accompanied by a parent or guardian, or if they have completed a Wisconsin-approved boating safety course.
No one under the age of 12 may operate, rent or lease a Personal Watercraft (PWC) in Wisconsin.
No one under the age of 16 may lease or rent a PWC in Wisconsin.
Children under the age of 13 must wear a properly fitted Personal Flotation Device (life jacket) when onboard any vessel.

NO ONE CAN RENT UNDER THE AGE OF 18

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Born on or after Jan. 1, 1988 you must complete an ATV Safety Certification course in order to operate on public ATV trails and areas in Wisconsin.

 

 

Born on or after January 1, 1989 A Wisconsin Boating Safety Certificate is required for those who operate a motorboat or Personal Watercraft (PWC) on Wisconsin's waters.