Burnett County For ATV Riding
The 40th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in Wisconsin.
Saturday 6 August 2016 04:15 GMT
In Burnett County, the Burnett County Forest has 53 of ATV trails and 24 miles of roads open to ATV riding. The trail system, located in the northern section of the county, is marked with white blazes. Most of the trails are very sandy and on rolling terrain, while the far north parts have steeper hills and thin, rocky soils.
Burnett County has about 106 miles of trail open for winter ATVing, sharing the trails with snowmobiles.
There are several trailhead locations for these trails. One is at the intersection of State Road 35 and State Road 77 West of Webb Lake. Another is just South of Dairyland on State Road 35 between Big McGraw Road and St Croix Trail. Parking is also available off of Loon Creek Trail which is south of 26 Lake Road, west of Webb Lake.
Overall, Burnett County is the 40th most popular ATV riding trail of all 48 ATV trails in Wisconsin.