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Wisconsin ATV trails listed by region
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Northeast Wisconsin

8 miles of looped trail on county forest lands located 3 miles south of Crandon.

Twelve miles of trail on 287 acres of wooded and rolling terrain located in the Kewaunee County ATV Park.

This 16-mile looped trail is located in the Town of Ainsworth.

This 40-mile trail has three access points near Parrish and connects with .

Harrison Hills
15 miles of trail on county forest land that connects with the Langlade County Parrish Highlands Trail.

14 miles of trail in the Burma Road Unit of the .

Description: The county maintains approximately 160 miles of trail connecting Pembine, Dunbar, Goodman, and Florence County.

Has 110 miles of ATV trails

45 miles of trails through scenic woods and waters. runs through the four seasons Timber Venture Forest Lands and the pristine Willow Flowage. Family trail with a variety of rest areas with access to camping and resorts.

Approximately 20 miles of trails situated on 504 wooded acres in Tigerton. The south branch of the Embarrass River runs through the property. Located on Hwy. 45, thirty miles west of Shawano.

12 miles of trail in the Seneca ATV Intensive Use Area southwest of Wisconsin Rapids. Enclosed shelter, restrooms, well, large parking area. Open year-round except during the nine-day deer gun season.

Northwest Wisconsin

Dead Horse Run Trail
In the : approximately 70 miles of forest trail on moderately rolling terrain. Trailhead is located about 3 miles north of Loretta (State Hwy. 70) immediately off of Co. Trk. GG.

9.8 miles of abandoned railroad grade extending from Rice Lake north to the county line where it connects to the

Valhalla Area Trail System
54 miles of trails comprise the Valhalla Area Trail System in the Chequamegon National Forest connecting the Valhalla Winter Sports Area with the Tri County Corridor and Bayfield County's Battle Axe Trail.

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.

Wild River Trail
The Wild River Trail is a 96-mile recreation corridor traveling along an abandoned railroad grade. This is a multiple use trail open to all users, including motorized uses under 700 pounds. The trail is currently open between Rice Lake and Solon Springs. 40 miles of the Wild River Trail crosses Washburn County. Parking is available in Sarona, downtown Spooner, Trego, and Minong.

The 20 mile Minong ATV trail connects the community of Minong with Sawyer County near Nelson Lake. This trail provides an ATV link between the Wild River Trail north of Minong and communities in Sawyer County. The trail runs primarily on County Forest Roads and township roads, with a 1.5-mile wooded trail connection. The trail follows the Poppleshoot Fire Lane, Colton Rd, and the Wozny Road. This trail is open year round, but portions on the Washburn County Forest are closed to ATV travel from April 1 to May 31.

Spider Lake ATV Trail
The 8-mile Spider Lake ATV trail is a loop trail starting and ending at the Spider Lake Resort near Birchwood. The trail circles Spider Lake and also has a connection west to Berry Rd and intersects Elbow Lake Rd. The trail runs primarily through the Washburn County Forest.

Washburn To Port Wing
104 miles of trail extending from Washburn to Port Wing to the Tri County Recreational Corridor and connecting with the Valhalla area trails.

Clark County
133 miles of trail for year-round use. Camping is available adjacent to the trail.

Saunders & Gandy
Approximately 39 miles of trail that uses parts of the Saunders Grade and Wrenshal Grade connecting to the Gandy Dancer Trail.

36 miles of trail from Mondovi to Fairchild. Located on abandoned railroad grade in Trempealeau, Jackson and Eau Claire Counties.

More than 100 miles of trail wind through the county, past lakes, waterfalls and heritage sites. Easy access to communities, lodging, restaurants and county parks.

Cattail Trail
18 miles of abandoned railroad grade from Amery extending to Barron County Picnic area. Restrooms available at Amery Trailhead. Clear Lake-Clayton Trail: 11 miles of railroad trail. Open all year. Somers Lake Trail: 5 miles of closed loop wooded trail. Open all year. Sterling Trail: 7 miles of closed loop wooded trail. Open June 1-November 15.

: 60 miles of signed trails on moderately rolling terrain in the Chequamegon National Forest. Trail access sites are located at the Blockhouse Lake parking area and the forest trail parking area on State Hwy. 70 east of Fifield. Camping is available at Sailor Lake Campground.

38 miles of trail signed for summer use in the Flambeau River State Forest. 9 miles of trail that connects the Park Falls/Tuscobia State Trail with Ashland County's Dead Horse Trail; and 22 miles of trail in the Seeley Hills loop east of Seeley. Contact Sawyer Co. Forestry Department. 51 miles of trail on the Tuscobia-Park Falls Trail. Located in two segments: Birchwood to Radisson and Ojibwa to Draper. Abandoned railroad grade.

20 miles of trail on gently rolling terrain in the Chequamegon National Forest. Trailhead is located about 15 miles west of Medford on State Hwy. 64 (north side of the road). Chippewa Campground is adjacent to the northern end of the trail.

Tri-County Corridor
Tri-County Recreational Corridor Trail
A 62-mile, improved, abandoned railroad grade that connects Ashland to Superior. Trail surface is relatively flat, but passes through scenic terrain in Ashland, Bayfield and Douglas County. Contact Bayfield County Tourism.

Southeast Wisconsin

7.1 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.

Southwest Wisconsin

Located 15 miles south of Wisconsin Rapids, (Archer Drive east of State Hwy. 13). Contains two ATV courses, two motorcycle courses, trails, shelter, toilets and parking. Admission fee is charged. No camping in the park. Schedule varies throughout spring, summer and fall. April-September.

95 miles of trail in the Black River State Forest and Jackson County Forest lands signed for spring, summer and fall off-road motorcycle and ATV use. Camping is available at county facilities (Crawford Hills) and state forest campgrounds (Pigeon Creek and Castle Mound campgrounds).

47 miles of improved, abandoned railroad grade extending from Mineral Point (Iowa County) to Darlington (Lafayette County) to Monroe (Green County). Trail surface is relatively flat, passing through scenic southwestern Wisconsin.

10-mile, shared-use trail. This trail meets the Cheese Country Trail at Calamine, running west to Belmont. This spring/summer/fall trail opens April 1 and closes November 15.

53 miles of trail and routes in the Shullsburg, Darlington and Gratiot area; connects with the Cheese Country Trail.