Located in the US, the snowmobiling in Wisconsin is known for five fun snowmobile trails. The best Wisconsin snowmobiling based on popularity are considered to be Eagle River, Kettle Moraine State Forest - South, Black River State Forest, Governor Dodge State Park, and Ahnapee State Trail. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Wisconsin snowmobiling trail below.
North of La Grange in southeastern Wisconsin, the 21,000 acre Southern Unit of Kettle Moraine State Forest has a 51 mile Horse-Snowmobile Trail. The route is blazed with orange diamond markers. The snowmobiling trail is divided into several distinct systems.
North of Green Bay, the gentle 30 mile Ahnapee State Trail runs from Casco to Algoma to Sturgeon Bay along an old railgrade that is open to snowmobiling. This ungroomed trail passes pass through the Ahnapee Wildlife Refuge and Forestville Millpond. Bedrock outcrops of the Niagara Escarpment can be found throughout the state park.
East of Black River Falls in Jackson County, the 67,000 acre Black River State Forest and Jackson County Forest has 98 miles of snowmobile trails through pine and oak forests. The trails are blazed in orange. The Forest lies on the edge of the glaciated central plain east of the rough coulee region or driftless area of Wisconsin.
Near Dodgeville in Iowa County of southwestern Wisconsin, the 5,000 acre Governor Dodge State Park has snowmobiling trails winding through narrow gorges past soaring rock sculptures of limestones and sandstones. Get ready for steep hills, bluffs, deep valleys, oak-hickory woods and a waterfall.