Vilas County Equestrian Trails
The Vilas County Equestrian trails system provides three (3) loops of equestrian trails for riders of all abilities.
The Torch Lake Equestrian Loop connects via a 3.35 mile corridor (which crosses Highway 45) to the Ski Hill Equestrian Loop. A second corridor of 3.1 miles heads north from the Torch Lake Equestrian Loop and crosses Highway 45 to connect to the Pioneer Creek Equestrian segment. These trails wind through rolling hills which features mature natural stands of red and white pane as well as aspen, oak and spruce. Day parking for equestrian trailers is located near the River Road Equestrian Campground, which directly accesses the Torch Lake Equestrian Loop.
The River Road Equestrian Campground, operated by the Vilas County Forestry, Recreation and Land Department, is located about 3 miles south of Conover off Highway 45 and has approximately 6 sites (independent camping units only) on a first come, first served basis. The Campground provides picnic tables, fire pits and grills, drinking water and pit toilet. There is also a manure disposal area. Contact Vilas County Forestry at 715.479.5160 for more campground information.
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