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Trail Report: Antigo | Langlade County, Wisconsin – June 14, 2024

Trail Conditions: Excellent

Date of Report: June 14, 2024
Area Report:

A NEW ATV/UTV TRAIL IN LANGLADE COUNTY OPENS TO PUBLIC USE ON JUNE 15, AT 6:00 AM. THE NEW TRAIL IS LOCATED ALONG HIGHWAY 55 AND CONNECTS COUNTY ROAD WW AND COUNTY ROAD M. CLICK HERE TO VIEW A MAP DEPICTING THE NEW TRAIL. THIS TRAIL AND EXISTING ROAD ROUTES CONNECT THE LANGLADE AND OCONTO COUNTY TRAIL SYSTEMS AND PROVIDES ACCESS TO THE VILLAGE OF WHITE LAKE FROM THE SOUTH AND EAST.

PLEASE RESPECT THE ADJACENT LANDOWNERS AND REMAIN ON THE TRAIL. ALSO, USE REASONABLE SPEEDS ON THE ROADWAYS AUTHORIZED AND YIELD TO MOTOR VEHICLES WHEN YOUR SPEED MAY LIMIT THEIR USE OF THE ROADWAYS.

As a reminder all Langlade County Highway road routes are open year-round with ATV/UTV speeds allowed the same as vehicle traffic or as posted by ATV.UTV speed signs.

For more information, please contact Al Murray, Forest Administrator, or Cody Brauner, Langlade County ATV Coordinator at 715-627-6300.

The Langlade County ATV clubs, sponsors, and operators of the existing trails have put in many volunteered hours brushing and signing to provide ATV/UTV trails for your use. Please support the ATV clubs, thank them for their efforts, and patronize their business sponsors.

For additional information on Langlade County Trails please see the Forestry, Parks and Recreation Department website at www.langladeforestryandparks.com or on this website by clicking here.

For questions regarding specific trail conditions please contact the local ATV club or visit their social media pages.

Thank you for supporting the economy and businesses of Langlade County!

Al Murray
Langlade County Forest Administrator




Trail Report: Antigo | Langlade County, Wisconsin – June 14, 2024

Trail Conditions: Excellent

Date of Report: June 14, 2024

Area Report:

A NEW ATV/UTV TRAIL IN LANGLADE COUNTY OPENS TO PUBLIC USE ON JUNE 15, AT 6:00 AM. THE NEW TRAIL IS LOCATED ALONG HIGHWAY 55 AND CONNECTS COUNTY ROAD WW AND COUNTY ROAD M. CLICK HERE TO VIEW A MAP DEPICTING THE NEW TRAIL. THIS TRAIL AND EXISTING ROAD ROUTES CONNECT THE LANGLADE AND OCONTO COUNTY TRAIL SYSTEMS AND PROVIDES ACCESS TO THE VILLAGE OF WHITE LAKE FROM THE SOUTH AND EAST.

PLEASE RESPECT THE ADJACENT LANDOWNERS AND REMAIN ON THE TRAIL. ALSO USE
REASONABLE SPEEDS ON THE ROADWAYS AUTHORIZED AND YEILD TO MOTOR VEHICLES
WHEN YOUR SPEED MAY LIMIT THEIR USE OF THE ROADWAYS.

As a reminder all Langlade County Highway road routes are open year-round with ATV/UTV speeds
allowed the same as vehicle traffic or as posted by ATV.UTV speed signs.

For more information, please contact Al Murray, Forest Administrator or Cody Brauner, Langlade
County ATV Coordinator at 715-627-6300.
The Langlade County ATV clubs, sponsors and operators of the existing trails, have put in many
volunteered hours brushing and signing to provide ATV/UTV trails for your use.
Please support the ATV clubs, thank them for their efforts and patronized their business sponsors.

For additional information on Langlade County Trails please see the Forestry, Parks and Recreation
Department website at www.langladeforestryandparks.com
For questions regarding specific trail conditions please contact the local ATV club or visit their
social media pages.

Thank you for supporting the economy and businesses of Langlade County!

Al Murray
Langlade County Forest Administrator

Trail Report: Hayward, Wisconsin – June 13, 2024

Trail Conditions: Good

Date of Report: June 13, 2024

Area Report:

All County Roads in Sawyer County, outside of the LCO Reservation, are now legal for ATV/UTV use. County Roads are those named with letters. The Trail Treker app shows the current map with these changes. The paper map does not reflect these changes until the new printing this fall. Please keep routes open by policing each other, have good rider etiquette, never ride where you shouldn’t be, and please always, ride safe.

Please contact the Chequamegon National Forest’s District Recreational Info at 715-634-4821 for additional questions.  For the Flambeau State Forest call 715-332-5271.  

Non-Resident Trail Passes are required for ATVs.  (WI residents do not need a trail pass but are required to display their registration sticker.)

State law requires ATVs to always operate with headlights on.

Sawyer County allows the use of Side by Sides on ALL ATV TRAILS, including those in the Chequamegon National Forest.

For specific questions, please feel free to reach out to Cathy LaReau at cathy@sawyercountytrails.com or 715-558-8966.

Trail Report: Hayward, Wisconsin – June 7, 2024

Trail Conditions: Good

Date of Report: June 7, 2024

Area Report:

Please note the updated trail information. In the Spider Lake Township (the upper right corner of the county), trails 176 and 174 are no longer open to ATV/UTV use.
This IS corrected on Trail Treker but not on the paper map until the new map comes out late fall. Trail Treker is always the BEST map to use for Sawyer County as changes and updates are available to make asap in real time.
Please note that recently approved routes are NOT ready for riding. They must be signed first. We will post here when all newly approved routes are ready.
Please contact the Chequamegon National Forest’s District Recreational Info at 715-634-4821 for additional questions. For the Flambeau State Forest call 715-332-5271.
Non-Resident Trail Passes are required for ATVs. (WI residents do not need a trail pass but are required to display their registration sticker.)
State law requires ATVs to always operate with headlights on.
Sawyer County allows the use of Side by Sides on ALL ATV TRAILS, including those in the Chequamegon National Forest.
For specific questions, please feel free to reach out to Cathy LaReau at cathy@sawyercountytrails.com or 715-558-8966

Trail Report: Spooner / Washburn County Wisconsin – May 30, 2024

Trail Conditions: Excellent

Date of Report: May 30, 2024

Area Report:

All Washburn County ATV/UTV Trails are officially open for the season. There is continued trail maintenance throughout the season to keep all trails in good riding conditions so ride with caution, tread lightly, and stay on designated trail surfaces.  Please note, the fire danger in Washburn County continues to fluctuate often – if the fire danger reaches levels of Very High or higher all trails will automatically close per county statute. To stay up to date on the current WI Fire Danger postings, please click here. 

Should you encounter any trail washouts, downed trees, or other trail issues please be report those to Washburn County Forestry at 715-635-4490. 

Trail Report: Hayward, Wisconsin – May 24, 2024

Trail Conditions: Good

Date of Report: May 24, 2024

Area Report:

Sawyer County ATV/UTV trails are open and ready to ride! Please note that recently approved routes are NOT ready for riding. They must be signed first. We will post here when all newly approved routes are ready.

Please contact the Chequamegon National Forest’s District Recreational Info at 715-634-4821 for additional questions.  For the Flambeau State Forest call 715-332-5271.  

Non-Resident Trail Passes are required for ATVs.  (WI residents do not need a trail pass but are required to display their registration sticker.)

State law requires ATVs to always operate with headlights on.

Sawyer County allows the use of Side by Sides on ALL ATV TRAILS, including those in the Chequamegon National Forest.

For specific questions, please feel free to reach out to Cathy LaReau at cathy@sawyercountytrails.com or 715-558-8966.

Trail Report: Antigo | Langlade County, Wisconsin – May 24, 2024

Trail Conditions: Good

Date of Report: May 24, 2024

Area Report:

The Langlade County ATV/UTV Trail System is open.  Due to recent strong storms throughout the area, trees are down throughout the Langlade County ATV/UTV trail system.  The ATV/UTV Clubs are working to clear trails as quickly as possible.  Please exercise caution as you use the trail system over the next few days as you may encounter downed trees. It is possible for additional trees to fall in the coming days. 

Trail Report: Hayward, Wisconsin – May 13, 2024

Trail Conditions: Good

Date of Report: May 13, 2024

Area Report:

Sawyer County ATV/UTV trails are open and ready to ride! Enjoy the beautiful spring weather and get out on the trails!

Please contact the Chequamegon National Forest’s District Recreational Info at 715-634-4821 for additional questions.  For the Flambeau State Forest call 715-332-5271.  

Non-Resident Trail Passes are required for ATVs.  (WI residents do not need a trail pass but are required to display their registration sticker.)

State law requires ATVs to always operate with headlights on.

Sawyer County allows the use of Side by Sides on ALL ATV TRAILS, including those in the Chequamegon National Forest.

For specific questions, please feel free to reach out to Cathy LaReau at cathy@sawyercountytrails.com or 715-558-8966.

Trail Report: Hayward, Wisconsin – May 1, 2024

Trail Conditions: Early Season

Date of Report: May 1, 2024

Area Report:

Great News! Sawyer County forest trails, along with Chequamegon National forest and Flambeau Forest ATV/UTV trails are open!!

Please contact the Chequamegon National Forest’s District Recreational Info at 715-634-4821 for additional questions. For the Flambeau State Forest call 715-332-5271.

Non-Resident Trail Passes are required for ATVs. (WI residents do not need a trail pass but are required to display their registration sticker.)

State law requires ATVs to always operate with headlights on.

Sawyer County allows the use of Side by Sides on ALL ATV TRAILS, including those in the Chequamegon National Forest.

Trail Report: Antigo | Langlade County, Wisconsin – April 29, 2024

Trail Conditions: Early Season

Date of Report: April 29, 2024

Area Report:

LANGLADE COUNTY ATV/UTV TRAILS WEST OF US HIGHWAY 45 AND NORTH OF COUNTY HIGHWAY J WILL OPEN ON WEDNESDAY MAY 1, AT 6:00 AM.   

All County Highway road routes in Langlade County are open year-round.

Trails are in rough early season conditions, riders are encouraged to use caution while on the trails.   

For more information, please contact Al Murray, Forest Administrator, or Cody Brauner, Langlade County ATV Coordinator at 715-627-6300.

The Langlade County ATV clubs, sponsors, and operators of the existing trails have put in many volunteered hours brushing and signing to provide ATV/UTV trails for your use.   

Please support the ATV clubs, thank them for their efforts and patronize their business sponsors. 

For additional information on Langlade County Trails please see the Forestry, Parks and Recreation Department website at www.langladeforestryandparks.com or on our website by clicking here.

For questions regarding specific trail conditions please contact the local ATV club or visit their social media pages.

Thank you for supporting the economy and businesses of Langlade County! 

Al Murray
Langlade County Forest Administrator