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Wisconsin ATV trails listed by county
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From the Wisconsin DNR "Get outdoors" site.  "Get outdoors and explore Wisconsin's wild places. Find great places to go and things to do on state lands around the state."  The Explore Outdoors online database allows people to search millions of acres of public land by county, proximity to a city or by activity, from kayaking to hunting.

Description: . 15 miles south of Wisc. Rapids (Archer Dr. east of State Hwy 13). Contains 2 ATV courses, 2 motorcycle courses, trails, shelter, toilets and parking. Admission fee is charged. No camping in the park.
Contact: Town Clerk, Town of Rome, 1156 Co Trunk D, Nekoosa, WI 54457; (715) 325-8013

Description: Dead Horse Run Trail. Approximately 56 miles of forest trail on moderately rolling terrain. Trailhead is located 3 miles north of Loretta (State Hwy 70) immediately off of County Trunk GG.
Contact: Glidden Ranger Station Chequamegon N.F., Glidden, WI 54527; (715) 264-2511


Description: Approximately 62 miles of improved railroad grade through Ashland, Bayfield, and Douglas Counties that connects Ashland to Superior.
Contact: Tri-Co Corridor Commission, P.O. Box 663 Iron River, WI 54847 (715) 372-5959

Description: Approximately 7.3 miles of abandoned railroad grade between Almena and Turtle Lake () and approximately 9.8 miles of Barron County segment of Wild River Trail.
(715) 637-4275

Description: Approximately 56 miles of trail extending from Port Wing to the Tri County Recreational Corridor and connecting with the Valhalla area trails.
Contact: Bayfield Recreation Dept Courthouse, Box 832 Washburn, WI 54891; 1-(800) 472-6338

Description: Valhall Area Trails. Approximately 54 miles of trail connecting the Valhalla Winter Sports area with the Tri County Corridor and Bayfield County's Battle Axe Trail.
Contact: Washburn Ranger District, Box 578, Washburn, WI 54891; (715) 373-2667

It is the policy of the national forest that trails not specifically closed or gated to use are available for ATV recreation. There are several trail systems signed and improved for ATV use. See Ashland, Bayfield, Price, and Taylor counties.

Chippewa County welcomes you to enjoy over 15 miles of ATV trail through the Chippewa County Forest. The hills, valleys and challenging terrain of the trail, were created by the action of glaciers, many thousands of years ago. This glacial topography is what makes this area ideal for ATV riding. You will be challenged with steep hills and valleys, as the trail winds past small lakes and beaver ponds, as well as, spectacular vistas and abundant wild life. The Chippewa County ATV Trail is normally open to ATV riding from May 1st to November 15th of each year, except in case of emergency, when the County may close and gate the trail. Be cautious, as you never know what's around the next corner, or over the next hill, on this two-way trail!

Description: Approximately 70 miles of trail connecting various county park/camping opportunities within Clark County Forest. Three parking lots serve the trail system.
Contact: Co Forestry & Park Office, 517 Court Street, Neillsville, WI 54456; (715) 743-5140

Description: Approximately 27 miles of trail that uses portions of the Saunders grade and Gandy Dancer Trail. Also 47 miles of Douglas County segment of Wild Rivers Trail.
Contact: Douglas Co Forestry Dept, Box 211, Solon Springs, WI 54873; (715) 378-2219

Description: Approximately 18 miles of trail that connects the Clark County system with the Buffalo River Trail and 4 miles that connect Channey ATV trail to Town of Wilson routes.
Contact: Eau Claire County Parks, 227 1st Street West, Altoona, WI 54720; (715) 839-4738

Desciption: Approximately 36 miles of trail located on abandoned railroad grade in Trempealeau, Jackson, and Eau Claire counties (Mondovi - Fairchild).
Contact: Perrot State Park, Rt. 1, Box 407, Trempealeau, WI 54661; (608) 534-6409

Description:  Over 150 miles of trails/routes connecting to Marinette Co. and Iron Co. Michigan.
Contact: Forestry and Parks, 4818 Forestry Drive, Florence, WI 54121, 888-889-0049

Description: City of Fond du Lac intensive use area.
Contact: City of Fond du Lac, P.O. Box 150, Fond du Lac, WI 54936-0150; (920) 929-3310

Description: Approximately 8 miles of looped trail on county forest lands 3 miles south of Crandon.
Contact: County Forestry Dept Courthouse, Crandon WI 54520; (715) 478-3475

Description:  Approximately 150 miles of ultimate trails. Most of them are open year round except during spring thaw which is generally the month of April. For more information, trail maps, conditions, or atv events you can contact  715-476-2389

Jackson Co/
Description: Approximately 96 miles of trail on state and county forest land.
Contact: Jackson Co Forestry Dept Courthouse, 307 Main St. Black River Falls WI 54615 (715) 284-0224
or DNR, Black River Area Office 910 Highway 54 East Black River Falls WI 54615 (715) 284-1400

Description: 6 miles of looped trail on gently rolling terrain in a special use area. A state park permit is required for car parking in the recreational area.
Contact: Bong Recreation Area, 26313 Burlington Rd., Kansasville, WI 53139; (414) 878-5600

Description: The Kewaunee County ATV Park approximately 20 miles of rolling trail.
Contact: E4280 Co. F, Kewaunee, WI 54216; (920) 388-0444

Description: Approximately 27 miles of trail in the Shullsburg, Darlington, and Gratiot area connecting to the Cheese Country Trail.
Contact: Lafayette County Zoning, Ag Center, Lauree Aulik, Coordinator, 627 Washington, Darlington, WI 53530; (608) 776-4864

Lafayette County

Description: 47 miles of abandoned railroad grade extending from Mineral Point (Iowa County) to Darlington (Lafayette Co.) to Monroe (Green Co.).  (608) 776-5706

Description: (16 miles) is located in the Town of Ainsworth. The Parrish Highlands Trail (38 miles) has 3 trail access points near Parrish and connects with the Lincoln County Harrison Hills Trail.
Contact: Co Forestry & Parks, 1633 Neva Road, Antigo, WI 54409; (715) 627-6300

Description: Approximately 25 miles of trail on county forest lands that connects with the Langlade County Parrish Highlands Trail
Contact: County Forestry Office, 1106 E. 8th Street, Merrill, WI 54452; (715) 536-0327

Description: Approximately 19 miles of trail in the Burma road unit of .
Contact: County Forestry Dept., Courthouse, 500 Forest St., Wausau, WI 54403; (715) 261-1583

Description: The county maintains approximately 160 miles of trail connecting Pembine, Dunbar, Goodman, and Florence County.
Contact: County Parks Department 1926 Hall Ave., Box 320 Marinette, WI 54143; (715) 732-7530

Description: The maintains approximately 110 miles of trail/route.
Contact: County Land/Forestry Agent, 301 Washington St., Oconto, WI 54153; (920) 834-6827  DustyTrails@DustyTrailsATVClub.com

escription: - Approximately 20 miles of trail in
the Lynn/Little Rice area. 
Contact: Oneida County Forestry Dept., Courthouse, Box 400, Rhinelander, WI 54501; (715) 369-6140

Description: The County maintains approximately 36 miles of trail in several locations.
Contact: Polk Co Parks Dept., 100 Polk Plaza, Box 623, Balsam Lake, WI 54810; (715) 485-9278

The Flambeau Trail System is a 70-mile trail that winds through the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. The trail is developed for riding ATV's and UTVs off-road motorcycles, as well as mountain bikes, horses and other non-motorized activities. The trail system is highlighted by rolling terrain, tree lined corridors, wooden bridges, and vistas overlooking bogs and lakes. Along the trail there are several points of interest including the Smith Rapids Covered Bridge, Round Lake Logging Dam, and Camp Nine Springs. There is direct access to the lodging, camping, gas and restaurants.  The trail is open for motorized vehicle use May 1 thru March 14.

The Tuscobia State Trail is an abandoned railroad grade that runs from Park Falls to Rice Lake. ATV's and UTVs are allowed on this multi-use trail on a 62-mile stretch beginning at the Park Falls trailhead and traveling west to Birchwood. Traveling along the trail you will encounter a variety of scenery from wooded sections to open farmland. The Park Falls - Tuscobia Trailhead County Park is the perfect location to begin your journey with ample parking, loading ramp, flush toilets and a picnic area. Along the trail you will find services including lodging, camping, gas and restaurants. The trail is open for motorized vehicle use April 15 thru November 15 on the Price County section and December 16 thru November 15 from the Price/Sawyer County line west  to Birchwood.

The Flambeau River State Forest Trail is a 38-mile trail consisting of forest roads, town roads and snowmobile routes. The trail system connects directly to the Tuscobia State Trail. There are very few services along the trail. The trail is open for ATV and UTV use May 15 thru November 15.

The Pine Line Rail Trail is a 26-mile abandoned railroad grade open to ATVs and UTVs in the winter only. Its northern most point is located near Prentice. There is a connecting trail to Timm's Hill, Wisconsin's highest geographical point. ATVs and UTVs are also allowed on a few miles of county snowmobile trails in the Prentice area which allow access to lodging, gas and restaurants. The trail is open for motorized vehicle use during for the snowmobile season, typically December 1 thru March 31.

The Georgetown Trail is located on the Price County Forest west of Phillips and allows ATVs, UTVs and off-road motorcycles. The trail is 15.8 miles long, with a gravel surface, and meanders through a variety of different forest types. It is an out and back trail with parking areas located at both the north and south ends of the trail. The parking areas have unloading/loading ramps and ample room for parking. There are no amenities along the trail; however, there is road route access to businesses on both ends of the trail. The trail is open to motorized vehicle use May 15 thru March 14.

"Discover the ATV trails of Rusk County and enjoy scenic forests, beautiful lake country and abundant wildlife. There are several excellent opportunities available to ATV riders in Rusk County, including logging roads throughout Rusk County Forest Land and a designated trail in the Blue Hills area of Western Rusk County. This website contains all the information you need to plan your Rusk County ATVing adventure."

Description: Approximately 46 miles in several different locations.
Contact: Sawyer Co Forestry Dept., Box 351, Hayward, WI 54843; (715) 634-4839

Sawyer County

Description: 38 miles of trail signed for summer use.
Contact: Flambeau River State Forest, W1613 County Road W Winter, WI 54896; (715) 332-5271

Sawyer County

Description: 51 miles of trail located in two segments (Birchwood to Radisson and Ojibwa to Draper) on abandoned railroad grade.
Contact: DNR Ranger Station, Box 187, Winter, WI 54896; (715) 266-3511

Description: The Village of Tigerton operates the from dawn until dusk, seven days a week with approximately 20 miles of trail on 500 acres. The park includes a campground.
Contact: Village of Tigerton, P.O. Box 147, Tigerton, WI 54486; (715) 535-2262

Description: Camp 8 Trails. Approximately 12 miles. Rustic campsites developed near the Camp 8 Flowage (vault toilet, water). The trailhead/camp area is located approximately 6 miles east of Rib Lake
Contact: Taylor Co Forestry Dept., 224 S 2nd Street, Medford, WI 54451; (715) 748-1486

Taylor County
Chequamegon National Forest
Description: . 20 miles of trail on gently rolling terrain. Trailhead is located approximately 15 miles west of Medford on State Hwy 64 (north side of road). Chippewa Campground is adjacent to northern end of trail.
Contact: Medford Ranger District, Chequamegon N.F., 850 N. 8th Street, US HWY 13, Medford, WI 54451; (715) 748-4875

Description: Approximately 47 miles of trail with 40 miles on the Washburn County segment of the .
Contact: Washburn County Forestry Dept., 850 W. Beaver Brook Avenue, Suite 4, Spooner, WI 54801; (715) 635-4490

Description: Seneca ATV Intensive Use Area: 12 miles of trail southwest of Wisconsin Rapids.
Contact: Wood Co Park-Forest Dept., P.O. Box 8095, 400 Market, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495-8095; (715) 421-8422

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