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Trail Report: Price County, Wisconsin – June 7, 2017

Trail Conditions: Good

Date of Report: June 7, 2017
Area Report:
  • Tuscobia  State Trail (62 miles) ~ OPEN – The trail is in good condition.
  • Flambeau Trail System (70 miles) ~ OPEN – The trail is drying out and getting a bit dusty in some areas. Currently there is active logging on trails 118C-101 by Wintergreen Lake Road, and on trail 118A-111 by FR 144, just to the west of Round Lake. Trail users may encounter temporary delays when log trucks are loading, but logging activity is only on weekdays. We anticipate our contract brushing to start any day now as well, so please ride aware and with caution as equipment may be on the trail. We believe that we have gotten to all of our culverts that the beavers have plugged, but if you notice any water running over the trail please contact Brady Howe at with the location of the issue so we may address it immediately.   
  • Solberg Trail (9.5 miles) ~ OPEN – Repairs are being made on the bridges. The trail remains open and can be ridden without any issue.     
  • Georgetown Trail (18.8 miles)OPEN – There is a logging operation near White Birch Lane. Watch for signs along the trail and slow down for safety. 
  • Flambeau River State Forest Trail (38 miles)OPEN – There is a detour on the north end of the Forest trail between Hwy E and Hwy 70. This detour is about 200 yards. There is a 1/2 mile detour north of Feleen Road, which will reopen after they gravel that stretch. 
  • Pine Line / Price-Taylor Rail Trail~ Closed for the 2016-2017 winter season. This trail is open ATV & UTV use in the winter when the trail is also open to snowmobile use. 

News and Reports:

City of Park Falls – CLOSURE – The Hwy 182 bridge (ATV & UTV route) in Park Falls is CLOSED for construction. It is expected to be closed through October 31, 2017. According to the Price County ATV Association there will be no alternate route available for ATVs and UTVs to cross the Flambeau River in the City of Park Falls. Riders who are planning to ride both the Flambeau Trail System, located in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest east of Park Falls, and the Tuscobia State Trail, located west of Park Falls, will have to trailer their machines and follow the marked detour that is for vehicle use. The detour follows roads that are not open to ATV or UTV traffic.