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    Greenbush is still closed.

    Trails in greenbush are still closed. There is a trail closed sign at the trail head. But there are fresh tire tracks in the mud. Pleas stay off the trails until they dry up there is still a bit of snow on the trail.

    We were out today clearing down trees and general clean up to get them ready to go for WHEN they dry out.

    So please wate to ride dont rut up the trails.

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    Seems like everyone is getting a few rogue riders on trails clearly marked "closed" these last few weeks. We've had a few at Pleasant Valley in Cedarburg, and I saw that two guys got $500 fines for riding the Southern Kettles a week or so back - not only was the trailhead marked closed, but they also didn't have trail passes or park stickers. I'm sure next weekend we'll see even more as people get sick of waiting for spring to arrive. Funny that those people never show up to help clean up the ruts they cause...

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    Are they open yet?

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    Yes greenbush is now open.

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