Winter Snowmobile/ATV Rec. Trail System

Douglas County has over 300 miles of groomed snowmobile and winter ATV trails.  As conditions change throughout the season, be sure to get the latest update on trail conditions by clicking on the links below, or by calling the Douglas County Trail Hotline 24 hours a day 7 days a week at (715) 378-4528.



Winter Snowmobile/ATV Recreational Trail System Map


Trail Openings/Closings & Current Trail Conditions Report

This report contains information provided by club members of the Northwest Trails Association, as compiled by the Douglas County Forestry Department.  The report will be updated weekly throughout the riding season or as soon as the information becomes available.  During times when only limited portions of the trail system are open or closed, a map displaying such designations will be included with the report.


Motorized Recreational Access Information


Wisconsin Regulations, Registration, Safety Classes, and Safety Tips


      Changes coming in 2015: snowmobile registrations and trail passes.

Other Recreational Trails


City of Superior Motorized Trail Map


The city of Superior maintains motorized use trails within the city and the Superior Municipal Forest. 

City of Superior Trails

City of Superior Motorized Trail Map

Tri-County Corridor


The Tri-County Corridor connects the cities of Ashland and Superior via approximately 62 miles of improved railroad grade in Ashland, Bayfield, and Douglas Counties.  This trail parallels the north side of US Highway 2 as it passes through the forest, though not on state forest property.

Gandy Dancer State Trail

Saunders State Trail

Wild Rivers State Trail

Other links


Follow the links below to other websites with information on the Douglas County Trail System.

Northwest Wisconsin Snowmobile Map

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