Are ATV trails open in Langlade County?

Are ATV trails open in Langlade County?

The ATV/UTV trails in Langlade County are open with weather permitting after May 1st and close on December 1st. ATV/UTV trail conditions can be viewed by clicking here. There are four main trails that are connected through various road routes.

Are the Langlade County trails open?

All five Ice Age Trail segments in Langlade County are open for hiking or snowshoeing.

Is Langlade County snowmobile trails open?

Snowmobiling in Langlade County Trails will open when all clubs in each zone and/or county coordinator has inspected the trails and are considered safe (i.e. brushing compete, signed properly, trail conditions safe, grooming complete). Trails are groomed as conditions warrant (i.e. snowfall, excessive use).

How much snow did Antigo get?


Last Updated 2022-04-06
Observed Snowpack 0″
Percent of Normal 105%
Snow Water Equivalent 0%
Elevation 1,503ft

What roads can I ride my ATV on in Wisconsin?

Thanks to a 2018 change in the law (Wis. Stat. s. 23.33), ATVs and UTVs are not allowed on Interstate highways, but are allowed on state highways with approval from the DOT within municipalities allowing for their use on local roads.

When do ATVs open in Langlade County?

The Langlade County Spring/Summer/Fall ATV/UTV trail will open for the season on Saturday, May 1, 2021. Expect early season riding conditions with trails being in generally fair to good condition. Please use caution as some areas may still be wet and trail work and logging operations are ongoing across the trail system.

What makes Langlade County the county of trails?

Langlade County has been branded the “County of Trails” because of a good reason. We have trails for hiking, mountain biking, snowmobiling, ATVing/UTVing, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, horseback riding and even sled dogs. In the summer of 2017, Langlade County became one of the access points for the Nicolet-Wolf River Scenic Byway.

Are ATVs allowed on Wolf River State Trail in Wisconsin?

Wolf River State Trail uses the former Wisconsin Central railroad corridor. In Langlade County, ATVs are permitted north of Lily. Wisconsin law requires those who use Wisconsin ATV trails to display either Wisconsin registration or an ATV trail pass.

Where are the best places to hike in Langlade County?

Pickerel/Pearson Trail offers picturesque scenery by these lakes, rivers, and county forest land; even though, most of the trail is on roadways. White Lake Trail is located in the southeastern part of Langlade County by White Lake.