Your Online Trail Report and Travel Guide for ATVs the U.S. & Canada
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Rice Lake, Wisconsin

Area Information

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Barron County offers over 250 miles of groomed trails through some of the most beautiful north woods scenery you’ll find anywhere. The Tuscobia State Trail starts in Barron County and offers 76 more miles of groomed trails to Park Falls. The Wild Rivers Trail goes from Rice Lake’s north city limits 97 miles to Superior.

Wild Rivers Trail
The Wild Rivers Trail is a 96-mile multi-use recreational trail which travels along the abandoned Soo Line railroad grade. The trail meanders through Barron, Douglas and Washburn counties, and passes through numerous charming and unique northland communities. The trail is open 24/7/365 for ATVing!
Enjoy the beauty of the great outdoors while traveling the Wild Rivers Trail through northern Barron County. The trail begins within the City of Rice Lake. Points of access to the trail are located in the City of Rice Lake and at the junction of the Wild Rivers Trail and the Tuscobia State Trail just north of the city.  
Your travel along the Wild Rivers Trail follows a route laid out by early railroad companies dating back to the 1880s. Designated as a multi-use, four season trail, recreational activities allowed on the trail include ATVing, snowmobiling, walking, bicycling, running, horseback riding, snowshoeing, dog sledding and cross-country skiing.
While in Rice Lake, enjoy the natural beauty, lodging, shopping, dining and other recreational activities!


Tuscobia State Trail
A mix of history and scenic beauty, the Tuscobia State Trail is a 74-mile abandoned railroad grade, making it the longest state trail. Running through Barron, Washburn, Sawyer and Price Counties, you can find plenty of activities to keep you busy on the Tuscobia State Trail. This multi-use trail offers wonderful ATVing, as well as snowmobiling, hiking, canoeing, fishing and bird watching.
The western terminus is at Rice Lake in Barron County. From the western end to Angus, this stretch of the trail is part of the 1,000-mile Ice Age National Scenic Trail. Rice Lake provides users with a variety of amenities including trail parking, lodging, restaurants, retail and service establishments.
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