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Wisconsin snowmobile trails listed by county, county trail report links and official Wisconsin DNR snowmobile trail report links
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Adams County boasts over 200 miles of state-funded, well-groomed, well marked snowmobile trails.

Ashland County Snowmobile Alliance report that the trails throughout Ashland County

Barron County snowmobile trails / 309.7 miles
Cattail Trail 8.0 miles, originates in Almena and continues west into Polk County to Amery (approximately 22.0 miles). Open to snowmobiling whenever snow-covered.
Wild Rivers Trail 9.1 miles, originates in Rice Lake and continues north through Washburn and Douglas Counties to Solon Springs (approximately 62 miles). Open to snowmobiling whenever snow-covered.

Bayfield County Namakagon Trail Groomers, Inc. was started in 1974. We currently have over 170 members and groom 142 miles of trails in southern Bayfield County around Cable and Lake Namakagon Wisconsin.

Black River Falls snowmobile trails.  Jackson County is host to over 350 miles of groomed snowmobile trails. Trails are varied with over 150 miles of trail, which wind through State and County Forest lands, and 200 miles located in Wisconsin's beautiful bluff country.
 
Cheese Country Snowmobile Trail / Counties: Green, Lafayette & Iowa / Miles:43  NW from a newly installed parking facility on the edge of Monroe near the Illinois state line, through Browntown, South Wayne, Gratiot and Darlington on to Mineral Point. Following an abandoned railroad bed, it is the only multi-use trail in Hidden Valleys -- allowing ATV's, horseback riding and sowmobiles in season. There are 57 overpasses, including the 440 ft bridge spanning the Pecatonica River just west of Browntown. / Trail Conditions: 608-776-4830 / Green County Tourism Po Box 516, Monroe Wisconsin  53566

Crawford County Snowmobile Trail maps  Miles:76
Description: Connects with Richland Co east of Mount Zion, Prairie du Chien to Eastman, Vernon Co, at Readstown. * Map & Address: 608-326-0270 / Land Conversation Office / 111 W Dunn St / Prairie du Chien Wisconsin  53821

Douglas County has over 300 miles of groomed snowmobile trails.  As conditions change throughout the season, be sure to get the latest update on trail conditions by calling the Trail Hotline 24 hours a day at (715) 378-4528.

Elroy-Sparta Trail Snowmobile Trail/ Counties: Monroe and Juneau / Miles:32
West from Elroy to Sparta / Hours: 6am - 11pm / 608-337-4775 * Map: Sparta Chamber of Commerce, 101 S Water, Sparta WI 54656 / Address: Wildcat Mountain State Park, Box 98, Ontario Wisconsin  54651

Grant County Snowmobile Trail / Miles:210
Description: Connects the Wisconsin River Valley communities of Blue River, Muscoda, Castle Rock, Boscobel, Woodman and Wyalusing as well as Mt. Hope, Lancaster, Ellenboro, Potosi, Cassville and Platteville, Cuba City and Hazel Green. * Map & Address: 608-723-2125 or trail conditions at  www.driftbusters.com Resource Dept. / Box 31 / Lancaster Wisconsin  53813

Governor Dodge Snowmobile Trail / County: Iowa / Miles:15
Marked trail winds around lakes, across bridges and streams and through fields and natural strands of hardwoods. Connects with the 36 miles Military Ridge snowmobile trail. * Hours: 6am - 11pm / 608-935-2315 / Map & Address: Gov Dodge State Park, RR1, Dodgeville Wisconsin  53533

Great River Snowmobile Trail  / Counties: La Crosse, Trempealeau / Miles:11.5
Onalaska to Lehman Rd where it connects with Trempealeau Co trail system. Open 24 hours. Curfew in city limits of Onalaska, 7am - 10pm. * Map & Address: 608-534-6409 or 608 781-9570 / DNR, Perrot State Park Box 407, Trempealeau WI 54661 or Center for Commerce & Tourism, 110 Main Street, Onalaska Wisconsin  54650

Green Lake Co. Association of Snowmobile Clubs
Come ride the scenic trails of south central Wisconsin, in Green Lake County. The four clubs of the Green Lake Co. Association of Snowmobile Clubs maintain & groom approximately 150 miles of scenic trails, with a vast variety of trails ranging from woods, meadows, marsh, & fields. Although snow conditions can be varied, when conditions are good, our trails are great!
For up to the minute trail status call: 920-294-3220

Jackson County snowmobile trails Jackson County is host to over 350 miles of groomed snowmobile trails. Trails are varied with over 150 miles of trail, which wind through State and County Forest lands, and 200 miles located in Wisconsin's beautiful bluff country.

La Crosse County Snowmobile Trail / Miles:95
Connects with adjacent Vernon, Monroe, Jackson and Trempealeau Co trail systems. Access points in communities throughout the county. * Map & Address: 608-785-9770 / Parks Department, Courthouse, 400 4th St., La Crosse WI 54601

La Crosse River Snowmobile Trail / County: La Crosse and Monroe / Miles:21
West from Sparta to Onalaska. Access points at Rockland, Bangor, West Salem and Sparta.
Hours: 6am - 11pm / 608-337-3775 * Map: La Crosse Co Parks Dept., Courthouse, La Crosse WI 54601 / Address: Wildcat Mountain State Park, Box 98, Ontario Wisconsin  54651

Lafayette County Snowmobile Trail / Miles:153
Connects with Grant, Iowa and Green Counties and Illinois trail systems. Agricultural landlinterspersed with woods. (98 state funded miles / 55 club maintained miles). Monroe to Mineral Point trail runs along old railroad right-of-way. * Map: 608-776-4820 / Businesses along the trail or contact: Steve Ag Center, Darlington Wisconsin  53530

Manitowoc County Snowmobile Trails - Manitowoc County snowmobile trail information may also be obtained, 24 hours a day at 1 (920) 758-7669.

Marinette County

Military Ridge Snowmobile Trail / Counties: Dane & Iowa / Miles: 37
West from Hwys. PB & 151 on old RR grade to Dodgeville / Hours: 6am - 11pm daily * 608-935-2315 / Map: Blue Mounds State Park / DNR, Box 98, Blue Mounds WI 53517 Address: Governor Dodge State Park RR #1 Box42, Hwy 23 N., Dodgeville WI 53533

Monroe County Snowmobile Trail / Miles:166.7
Elroy Bike Trail and La Crosse River Trail are abandoned railroad beds. Trails connect to Juneau, La Crosse and Jackson Counties. Land is agricultural and forested with hills that offer very scenic views. There is about 95 miles of groomed club trails in addition to funded trails open to the public.  Map: 608-269-3375 / Local pit stops or contact: Monroe Co Coordinator, Delores Bowen RR#4, Box 79, Sparta Wisconsin  54656

Oconto County Snowmobile Trail Conditions

Outagamie County These trails are opened and closed when the Outagamie County Snowmobile Alliance determines that there is enough snow cover to provide a safe trail and to protect the property of the landowners that the trail crosses.

Pecatonica Trail Snowmobile Trail / County: Lafayette / Miles:10
Trail connects Belmont with Calamine. Former Chicago, Milwaukee, St Paul and Pacific Railway. Forested valley with agricultural areas. / Open daily 608-523-4427 * Map & Address: Pecatonica State Park Trail c/o Yellowstone Lake / 7896 Lake Rd / Blanchardville Wisconsin  53516-9321

Polk County snowmobile trails 
Polk County is home to over 360 miles of groomed snowmobile trails ranging from remote trails to the Gandy Dancer Trail. These trails offer breathtaking winter vistas as they pass through the forest and farms of Polk County.

Price County Snowmobile Trails/ 500 miles
Price County offers over 500 miles of meticulously groomed trails and fewer riders. Riding opportunities include trails through the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, the Tuscobia State Trail from Park Falls to Rice Lake, the Pine Line Trail from Prentice to Medford, including a side trip to Wisconsin's highest geographical point, Timm's Hill, and numerous connecting trails. Quality trail-side lodging, food and services in area communities make Price County the perfect snowmobile destination!

Richland County Snowmobile Trail / Miles:104
South from Cazenovia to Richland Center to Boaz to Crawford Co and west from Lone Rock to Muscoda to Richland Center to Boaz to Vernon Co. Very scenic mixture of forest and agricultural land, rollin ghills, river bottoms and rugged challenging terrain. / Map: Businesses along the trail 608-647-6148 * UW Ext, 1100 Hwy 14 W, Richland Center Wisconsin  53581

Rock County Snowmobile Trail Information
Snowmobile Hotline:  (608) 757-5458

Sugar River Snowmobile Trails / County: Green / Miles:23
Abandoned railroad grade. Access points in New Glarus, Monticello, Albany, and Brodhead. Open 24 hours. 608-325-4844 / Map & Address: DNR, N 3150 Hwy 81, Box 256, Monroe Wisconsin  53566

Trempealeau County Snowmobile Trail (click for map)/ Miles:142
Connects with Eau Claire Co to north, Buffalo Co to west, Jackson Co to east and La Crosse Co to south. Connects with Buffalo River Trail (RR grade). Forested and agricultural land, rolling terrain. Contact: Trempealeau County Clerk's office, 36245 Main ST, PO Box 67, Whitehall, WI  54773 715-538-2311 ext. 205

Vernon County Snowmobile Trail / County:Vernon / Miles:160
Forested and agricultural hills and coulees. Connects with adjacent Richland, Sauk, Juneau, Monroe and La Crosse count trail systems. * Map & Addresses: 608-637-2575 / Vernon Co Tourism, 124 1/2 S Main St, Viroqua Wisconsin  54665

Washburn County Snowmobile Trails Contact the Washburn County Tourism Association for local conditions 715-635-9696 or 1-800-367-3306.  The Spooner area has over 250 miles of groomed trails. These miles of trails link up to the largest network of snowmobile trails in the Midwest.

Yellowstone Lake Snowmobile Trail / County: Lafayette / Miles:16
Off Hwy F on Lake Road between Darlington and Blanchardville, Wisconsin  608-523-4427

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