Featured SNOWMOBILE TRAILS
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.
In Dodge County, the Dodge County Snowmobile Trail System is a 320 mile network of groomed snowmobile trails. The snowmobile trails traverse farm fields, woodlots, lowlands and the Wild Goose State Trail – an abandoned railroad grade. Easy access to the trails can be made from connecting corridor trails in Dane, Columbia, Fond du Lac, Washington and Jefferson Counties or by trailering to the many parking areas along the trail at commercial establishments or public facilities.
Near Stephenson in Marinette County, the Iron Snowshoe Snowmobile Trails club maintains an extensive snowmobiling trail network. There are over 130 miles of groomed trails in the Crivitz, Twin Bridges, High Falls Flowage, Caldron Falls Flowage, Silver Cliff, Thunder Mountain, and Crooked Lake areas of northeastern Wisconsin. The groomed snowmobile trails stretch all of the way from Crivitz into the beautiful Nicolet National Forest.
In Florence County, there is an extensive 140 mile snowmobile trail network. This system includes all of the trails in Florence County, such as the Blue Ox Trail System, and are maintained by the Florence County Snowmobile Club.
In Forest County, there is an extensive network of snowmobile trails. There are three major snowmobile trail systems: Tombstone/Pickerel, Lumberjack Memorial Trails, and the 100 Mile Sno Safari Trails.
In Burnett County, the Burnett County Forest has 106 miles of trails and roads open to snowmobiling. While snowmobiling Burnett County, the state of Wisconsin requires that all snowmobiles display a Wisconsin snowmobile registration decal.
Near Rhinelander in Oneida County, the Sugar Camp has 80 miles of groomed snowmobile trails. The trail system links up with numerous adjacent snowmobile trail systems.
Southwest of Milwaukee, there are miles of snowmobile trails throughout Rock County. The trail system is maintained by the Rock County Alliance Of Snowmobile Clubs.
The Washburn County area has over 240 miles of groomed snowmobile trails that wind through public forests covering literally hundreds of thousands of acres. The varied Washburn County snowmobile trail terrain includes hardwood and evergreen forests, wetlands and farm fields.