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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 

Trail Report: Antigo | Langlade County, Wisconsin – April 23, 2024

Trail Conditions: Early Season

Date of Report: April 23, 2024

Area Report:

LANGLADE COUNTY ATV/UTV TRAILS EAST OF US HIGHWAY 45 AND ATV TRAILS WEST OF US HIGHWAY 45 AND SOUTH OF COUNTY HIGHWAY J WILL OPEN ON FRIDAY April 19, AT 6:00 AM. 

DUE TO THE CONDITION OF TRAILS IN THE NORTHWEST PORTION OF LANGLADE COUNTY, THE ATV/UTV TRAILS WEST OF US HIGHWAY 45 AND NORTH OF COUNTY HIGHWAY J (THE PARRISH HIGHLANDS AREA) WILL REMAIN CLOSED AT THIS TIME.  THESE TRAILS WILL OPEN IN THE FUTURE WHEN TRAIL CONDITIONS ALLOW. Go to https://www.langladecounty.org/resources/trail_reports/ to download a Langlade County ATV/UTV Map or request a free copy by clicking here

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.

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 – April 16, 2024

Trail Conditions: Closed

Date of Report: April 16, 2024

Area Report:

LANGLADE COUNTY ATV/UTV TRAILS EAST OF US HIGHWAY 45 AND ATV TRAILS WEST OF US HIGHWAY 45 AND SOUTH OF COUNTY HIGHWAY J WILL OPEN ON FRIDAY April 19, AT 6:00 AM. 

DUE TO THE CONDITION OF TRAILS IN THE NORTHWEST PORTION OF LANGLADE COUNTY, THE ATV/UTV TRAILS WEST OF US HIGHWAY 45 AND NORTH OF COUNTY HIGHWAY J (THE PARRISH HIGHLANDS AREA) WILL REMAIN CLOSED AT THIS TIME.  THESE TRAILS WILL OPEN IN THE FUTURE WHEN TRAIL CONDITIONS ALLOW. Go to https://www.langladecounty.org/resources/trail_reports/ to download a Langlade County ATV/UTV Map or request a free copy by clicking here

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.

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 – April 9, 2024

Trail Conditions: Closed

Date of Report: April 9, 2024

Area Report:

Currently the Chequamegon National Forest as well as the Sawyer County Forest trails are closed for the spring thaw. Please take note of these areas on the map.

Light green shaded area on map is Chequamegon National Forest, these trails are closed until 5/1

Orange is Flambeau Forest, that has been closed since 11/15 and remains closed until 5/15.

Dark green is County Land, this is closed until 5/15

*these springs closures may be shortened we will update as soon as anything has changed.

Please know you can ride roads and routes not on the above mentioned managed forest lands. Trail 10 (Tuscobia) is open with the exception of the 9 mile Loop (#11).

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 – March 14, 2024

Trail Conditions: Closed

Date of Report: March 14, 2024

Area Report:

NEWS RELEASE/ PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
LANGLADE COUNTY SNOWMOBILE AND WINTER ATV TRAILS

With the lack of snow and cold weather all winter, Langlade County’s funded snowmobile and winter ATV trails will not open during the remainder of the 2023-24 season, regardless of any potential snowfall by March 31.

We would like to extend a thank you to the clubs, volunteers, and landowners that make our trail system possible. We look forward to next winter for a more successful snowmobile and winter ATV season.

Langlade Counties Summer ATV/UTV trail system is anticipated to open earlier than normal this year but remain closed at this time.

Many ATV/UTV road routes are open and available for use. Maps of open ATV/UTV road routes are available by clicking here and scrolling down to the ATV/UTV Map section.

We hope you enjoy recreating in Langlade County and thank you for supporting the economy and businesses of Langlade County!

Al Murray
Langlade County Forestry, Parks and Recreation Administrator

Trail Report: Hayward, Wisconsin – March 7, 2024

Trail Conditions: Closed

Date of Report: March 7, 2024

Area Report:

We just received word from the Sawyer County Forestry Department, after closely monitoring and seeing how soft the ground is and the deep ruts and damage being done they will be CLOSING the county land trails this FRIDAY 3/8/24 at NOON. They hope and don’t anticipate the closure will be as long as the normal spring closure as it is starting earlier, but they will monitor this and keep us updated. We will update as we move forward this spring.

The Chequamegon National Forest (light green area on map) is in conversation about closing the forest to ATV/UTV traffic early (normal closure starts 3/15) for spring closure. The closure will not be official until they do a press release, but does sound like one will be coming soon. Please follow U.S. Forest Service – Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest for any updates. We will also follow and update.

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 Conditions: Closed

Date of Report: March 7, 2024

Area Report:

We just received word from the Sawyer County Forestry Department, after closely monitoring and seeing how soft the ground is and the deep ruts and damage being done they will be CLOSING the county land trails this FRIDAY 3/8/24 at NOON. They hope and don’t anticipate the closure will be as long as the normal spring closure as it is starting earlier, but they will monitor this and keep us updated. We will update as we move forward this spring.

The Chequamegon National Forest (light green area on map) is in conversation about closing the forest to ATV/UTV traffic early (normal closure starts 3/15) for spring closure. The closure will not be official until they do a press release, but does sound like one will be coming soon. Please follow U.S. Forest Service – Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest for any updates. We will also follow and update.

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 – February 2, 2024

Trail Conditions: Closed

Date of Report: February 2, 2024

Area Report:

NEWS RELEASE/ PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
LANGLADE COUNTY ATV/UTV ROUTES OPEN
 

The Langlade County snowmobile trails and ATV/UTV trails remain closed at this time.

Those that would like to utilize ATV/UTV vehicles should be aware that most of the County has road routes open which allow you to continue to access our businesses. Here are the road routes currently available for recreational use in Langlade County:

  • All County Highways (County highways are named with letters)
  • County forest roads that are open to motor vehicles and not marked as closed.

By Municipal Ordinance the following routes are open to ATV/UTV traffic at this time:

  • All Town Roads within the Towns of Parrish, Elcho, Ainsworth, Summit, Upham, Langlade, Neva, Evergreen, Antigo, Ackley, Rolling, Norwood and Wolf River
  • Primary signed roads in the Village of White Lake, the Town of Peck, and Town of Vilas
  • City of Antigo- All City Roads other than the following are open to ATV/UTV traffic as per City Ordinance except Highway 64 (aka: Century Ave.) and Highway 45 (aka:-Superior Street, South Superior Street and Neva Road).
  • Town of Price- No Town roads are open

Speed limits on roads are at the normal speed of traffic unless otherwise Please respect our marked trail system and stay off the trails. Currently marked trails are primarily snowmobile trails and many cross private lands, please protect those trails.

Please ride right, stay on the pavement, and avoid damage to gravel roads. Maintaining undamaged road conditions assists us in keeping the accesses available for you to enjoy, year-round.

We hope you enjoy recreating in Langlade County during this low snow winter and thank you for supporting the economy and businesses of Langlade County!

Al Murray
Langlade County Forestry, Parks and Recreation Administrator