In the past decade, All Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) have become a very popular part of Wisconsin outdoor recreation. Wisconsin is uniquely positioned to take a leading role in this exciting sport. With thousands of miles of “snow highways” developed for snowmobiling, counties throughout the state are quickly transforming their winter snowmobile trails into spring, fall and summer ATV trails.
Our webpages describe more than 900 miles of Wisconsin trails and intensive use areas available for all-terrain vehicle riding. The list arranges Wisconsin trails by county or town.
In the descriptions, you’ll find a brief explanation of the Wisconsin ATV trails or area, facilities located on or nearby, and the local contact. Of course, for the most current information on ATV trail conditions, ATV trail maps, and the opening and closing dates of ATV trails, call the contact number indicated. Most of the ATV trail sponsors produce a quality trail map that is perfect for on-the-trail use.
Please obey ATV trail signs and speed limits as posted. Continued ATV trail use depends on your compliancy with local regulations. Also, all-terrain vehicles making use of these trails must be registered for public use.
Please follow the links below to view ATVing information
about the various areas in Wisconsin!