Best Off Road in Wisconsin

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1

Wisconsin, Washburn County

02 :20 hrs
11.7 mi
4.472992 ft
Unknown

Long Lake is a hot spot for snowmobile enthusiasts and offers access to several restaurants and resorts. It is surrounded by additional trails on all sides. Snowmobiles must be registered and a trail pass is required that can be purchased at https://www.awsc.org/Trail-Pass-Registration/Order-Passes-Online. If you are a snowmobile club member it is $10. If you are not a member of a club the pass is $30.

2

Wisconsin, Langlade County

01 :43 hrs
17.5 mi
51.190002 ft
Unknown

Located in the northwestern part of Langlade County, this trail system offers over 50 miles of terrain. It is rolling to very hilly and links up with other trails systems. You’ll travel through glacial moraines, upland hardwoods, cedar swamps and past small rivers and lakes. This route is a combination of Lily Mill Firelane, and 5 cent Firelane. A spark arresting exhaust silencer or end cap is required for all vehicles as well as a Wisconsin registration or a nonresident trail pass.

3

Wisconsin, Oconto County

04 :44 hrs
23.8 mi
145.60498 ft
Unknown

This route begins at the Lakewood Trailhead and ends in Suring. It is part of the Oconto County ATV Trail System with over 500 miles of marked trails and forest roads. The trail heads south towards Suring and can continue on if desired. Expect some deep water crossings, muddy sections and possible wooden bridge crossings.

4

Wisconsin, Mondovi

07 :15 hrs
36.4 mi
118.812 ft
Unknown

The Buffalo River Trail follows an old railroad trestle that is smooth and hard packed dirt connecting the towns of Fairchild and Mondovi along US 10. It offers views of the surrounding farms, and is a great trail for beginners. There is staging and parking at both ends of the trail. It is open year-round and popular for snowmobiles during the winter months.

5

Wisconsin, Ashland County

03 :01 hrs
15.2 mi
42.43399 ft
Unknown

The Dead horse Run ATV Trail explores rolling terrain in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. This route begins at Clam Lake and ends at Linden Road. The trail is hard packed and mostly level as it winds through a scenic forest. A variety of wildlife can be found as well as various species of trees. A WI ATV permit is required as well as a spark arresting exhaust silencer or end cap.

6

Wisconsin, Kenosha County

00 :12 hrs
1.9 mi
3.3890076 ft
Unknown

Located at Richard Bon State Recreation Area, this trail is Motorcycles only. It begins on the UTV trails and then changes to singletrack riding. All vehicles must have US Forest Service approved spark arrestor with muffler as well as admission sticker. Please check the list of information and rules.

7

Wisconsin, Sawyer County

06 :36 hrs
33.2 mi
74.334015 ft
Unknown

The Tuscobia trail is an abandoned railroad grade that allows ATVs, UTVs, and snowmobiling stretching 74 miles. It is well maintained and winds through gently rolling hills through forests and farmland. This section begins in Winter and ends in Birchwood.

8

Wisconsin, Oconto County

01 :29 hrs
7.4 mi
16.466003 ft
Unknown

Robenhorst Road Trailhead is part of the Oconto County ATV Trail System. They have over 500 miles of marked trails and forest roads. This trail heads south and the terrain consists of deep water crossings, some muddy sections and wooden bridge crossings. Most of the trails are on county land.

9

Wisconsin, Vilas County

02 :20 hrs
11.7 mi
38.826996 ft
Unknown

Beginning at Coady’s Point of View Resort and crosses over North Twin Lake and down across Pioneer Lake. It is maintained by the Conover Sno-Buddies Snowmobile Club. Snowmobiles must be registered and a trail pass is required that can be purchased at https://www.awsc.org/Trail-Pass-Registration/Order-Passes-Online. If you are a snowmobile club member it is $10. If you are not a member of a club the pass is $30.

10

Wisconsin, Marinette County

01 :57 hrs
10 mi
65.51898 ft
Unknown

This route begins in Dunbar and heads west towards Goodman. There are a few options for additional trails to ride. The trails are maintained by the Dun-Good Riders which have over 200 miles of groomed snowmobile trails that wind through a wooded forest. These trails are shared with ATVs so be cautious.

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