Trail Conditions: Good
Date of Report: June 21, 2018
Date of Report: June 21, 2018
- Flambeau Trail System (70 miles) ~ OPEN May 1 through March 15 – Following a recent heavy rain event, the trails have been inspected and they are OPEN. For your safety, please be alert while riding and watch for signage or flagging at known caution areas. Not all caution areas are marked. Repairs will be made over the upcoming weeks. The brusher is currently working south of Hwy 70 between Wintergreen and Sailor Lake. Logging is taking place on trail 118A-111 by Hwy 182, so please use caution as logging equipment may be crossing the trail. Please report any issues, especially water over the trail, to Brady Howe at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-762-5104 and leave a detailed message on where the issue is. Maps of the trail system are available for free for smartphones via the Avenza PDF Maps app, which is free – https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/cnnf/maps-pubs/?cid=fseprd530550. Trail manager – Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest – 715-762-2461.
- Solberg Trail (9.5 miles) ~ OPEN May 1 through March 14 – The trail is open following the June 14-17 rain event. The Solberg Trail had brushing and grading done to the open section (non-detour section), so it is in very good riding shape. Due to unsafe bridge conditions, there is a detour in place from the parking located on E. Solberg Lake Road to FR 508. There is a sign posted noting the reroute which uses a town road. The section of the trail north of the bridge remains open from FR 508 going north. The reroute will be in place until late-summer. Trail manager – Price County Forestry & Parks Department – 715-339-6371.
- Georgetown Trail (15.8 miles) ~ OPEN May 1 through March 14 – The Georgetown Trail is in good shape for ATV, UTV and Off-road Motorcycle riding. There are two active logging operations. One starts just north of the White Birch Lane parking lot and ends at the White Birch Lane trail intersection. The other is just west of where the trail crosses Skinner Creek Road. Watch for signs and slow down for your safety and for the safety of the workers. Trail manager – Price County Forestry & Parks Department – 715-339-6371.
- Tuscobia State Trail (64 miles) ~ OPEN April 16 through November 15 – Due to a severe washout, there is a TRAIL CLOSURE west of Park Falls from the Tuscobia’s intersection with County Highway E, and going west to its intersection with West Buckhorn Road. DETOUR – Click here for the detour map. There is a small washout about a mile east of Draper by Hathaway Road at the culvert; it is passable and has green markers on it. Beginning July 9 (originally scheduled to begin June 18), there will be a detour for a trail repair east of Winter, near Sundling Road in Sawyer County. The repair work is scheduled to end July 25, 2018. There will be signs posted for the reroute. For questions regarding the detour, contact Sawyer County Forestry at 715-634-4846. Trail manager – Natural Resources Property Supervisor – 715-669-4342.
- Flambeau River State Forest Trail (38 miles) ~ OPEN May 15 through November 15 – After the heavy rainfall mid-June, most of the trail systems have some standing water and some washouts. The ATV/UTV system directly on the Flambeau River State Forest have been inspected and cleared and are all travelable. Trail manager – Flambeau River State Forest – 715-332-5271.
- Pine Line / Price-Taylor Rail Trail/Prentice Area ~ CLOSED through November 30 – The Price County section of the trail allows ATV and UTV use December through March 31 when snowmobile trails are officially open. Click here to find Taylor County contact information for inquiries regarding their open and close dates or call 715-748-1486.