Parrish Highlands ATV Trail
The 22nd most popular all terrain vehicle trail in Wisconsin.
Tuesday 12 July 2016 03:31 GMT
Northeast of Parrish in Langlade County, the Parrish Highlands ATV Trail is a 53 mile route with 3 trailheads close to Parrish. The trail is very scenic and traverses glacial moraines, upland hardwoods, cedar swamps, and small rivers and lakes. Terrain is rolling to very hilly. This trail connects with the Harrison Hills Trail.
The trail head and main access point is located on County Trunk T, 3 miles west of U.S. Highway 45 at Summit Lake. Ample parking and trail maps are available at this location.
Other access points with limited off-highway parking are available south of Parrish on County Trunk H and northeast of Parrish on County Trunk Q. These locations are identified on the map. ATVs are not recognized as a licensed motor vehicle and as such shall not be operated on town or county roads, or on road right-of-ways. Therefore, ATVs are not to travel on County Trunk T, H, or Q. ATVs are allowed on 1/2 miles of the Old Elcho Road, which is marked with green route signs, and 1 1/4 miles of the west end of the Moccassin Lake Road.
The trail is open in the winter, but only 26 miles are groomed.
Overall, Parrish Highlands ATV Trail is the 22nd most popular ATV riding trail of all 49 ATV trails in Wisconsin.