Price County Trails Information
The Price County region offers 5 trail systems for motorized vehicle enthusiasts to explore. Not all 5 trails systems are open to all types (ATV, UTV & Off-road motorcycles) of motorized vehicles. Open and closed dates vary by trail and route. Some of the trail systems allow direct access to food, lodging and services along routes that are public roads. While ATVs and UTVs are allowed on these routes/public roads when the route is properly signed, only street legal & licensed motorcycles are allowed on these routes. It is the responsibility of the rider to know and obey the law. The Flambeau Trail System, Tuscobia State Trail, and Flambeau River State Forest Trail interconnect. The Pine Line Rail Trail, Georgetown Trail, Solberg Trail and the Flambeau Trail System are open for winter riding when the temperature is 28 Fahrenheit or lower. To request a trail map or view detailed trail information, visit our website and click on the Recreation tab. Our snowmobile trails include 500 miles of meticulously groomed trails and fewer riders, Price County offers many unique ways to enjoy your snowmobile adventure in the Northwoods. Ride our trails this season and leave the crowds behind! Opportunities include trails through the 800,000 acre Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, the Tuscobia State Trail from Park Falls to Rice Lake, the Pine Line Rail Trail from Prentice to Medford, including a side trip to the highest geographical point in Wisconsin – Timm’s Hill, and numerous connecting trails. Quality food, lodging and services are trailside making Price County the perfect snowmobile destination! Price County has nine groomed cross-country ski trails offering almost 80 miles / 124km of trail for your enjoyment. Trails vary in difficulty with something for every type of skier. You will also find a variety of beautiful scenery and wildlife to enhance your skiing experience. Contact us to request a Silent Sports map.
Price County Courthouse, Hwy 13, downtown Phillips
Adventure Sports Activities
- Off Highway and Adventure Motorcycling
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