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Trail Report: Hayward, Wisconsin – May 20, 2021

Trail Conditions: Good

Date of Report: May 20, 2021
Area Report:
Trail Updates:
Per the Forestry; “Brushing has started on the Flambeau Trail on trails 118H-121, 118B-107, and 118A-111. Trail users should ride with caution when on these trails as they may encounter heavy machinery at any time. Work is anticipated to finish prior to the weekend. The trails are still dusty, but there is some rain in the forecast so conditions should be improving. When you are out and about you may notice that the roads and trails are looking pretty clean, due in part to some local OHVers with the Fifield Dirt Devils and the Northwoods Range Rovers who did some litter clean up last month for Earth Day. A big thank you goes out to these clubs and their members for lending a hand in keeping our public lands in great shape. All of the reservable sites at Sailor Lake Campground have been reserved for Memorial Day weekend, but there are some first come first serve sites. There are additional camping opportunities for OHVs as well at Solberg Lake Campground near Phillips and Smith Lake Campground near Park Falls.
Attention Riders:
There is grading on the Tuscobia from Radisson to Birchwood. They are pulling in the sides of the trails and it is creating a large row of sod, dirt, rocks, railroad pieces in the center of the trail. Kind of like a wind row. It is passable on either side of this row of debri, but people need to drive slow and safe. They will be brining a disc down the trail soon to help break up all of this sod and dirt.
Help will then be needed to clear the trail of rocks, sticks and railroad pieces if any one would like to volunteer or if you are riding and want to lend a hand.
Thank you! We will update with any info as it comes.
Trail Update:
Trail 21/203 from 203 moving south to Moose Lake is not legally open to ATV/UTV’s yet. Will update when that is open to riders.