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Snowmobile Trail Report

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As of March 21, 2019

Effective immediately, Corridor 17 south of the park and ride by intersection #30 and Corridor 19 south of Hwy. 86 by intersection #25 in Zone 1 of Lincoln County's funded snowmobile and winter ATV trails (county administered trails) are closed for the season.

All Zone 2, 3,and 4 snowmobile and winter ATV trails are closed for the season.

All remaining Zone 1 Lincoln County snowmobile and winter ATV trails will close for the season effective at midnight, Sunday, March 24, 2019.

For up-to-date Lincoln County trail conditions, log onto www.co.lincoln.wi.us or call the trail hotline at 715-539-1033.



March 23, 2019

Northwoods Passage trails are closed.
All of our trails closed Sunday March 24 at midnight.

It has been an awesome year even though the season got a late start.

Thanks to all of the people that support snowmobiling in our area.


Rhinelander Area
As of March 22, 2019

Due to rapidly deteriorating trail conditions, the user-funded snowmobile trail system in Oneida County will officially close for the season at 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, March 24, 2019.

The Oneida County Forestry Department would like to thank all the snowmobile clubs and volunteers for their work in keeping our trails in great shape.


The trails have all been groomed in Park Falls, Fifield and Eisenstein today. Trails in North Price County are still in very nice condition. There is a good base, but after this weekend the weather may take its final toll. The clubs did a great job this season keeping the trails in the best shape they have been in for years. Thanks to all the people that work all Year round providing the BEST trails around.

Sno Gypsies 3/15/2019
The Club has been out grooming all day and the trails are still in excellent condition. Some icy spots but a great base. Get out and enjoy the area

Eisenstein Bushwackers 3/15/2019
Trails are very good as of today we have double groomed all Bushwacker trails. The trails will take a turn after the weather warms up again. Get out and ride this weekend, it may be the last of the year. Thank You from the Bushwackers.

Fifield Sno Drovers 3/15/2019
The trails are still amazing! Our groomers are out now making our 78 miles of trails still some of the best around. Ride now or it may be next year!

Prentice Bush Benders trail report 3/14/2019
With the warm weather and rain the last few days the trail conditions will vary greatly depending on where they are at. There will be overflow conditions from snow melt and rain scattered through out our trail system so use extreme caution when riding. We are no longer grooming on a regular basis and will only be grooming when temperatures and weather permit for the remaining 17 days before the trails close. As always, be safe and have fun. Follow our club on Facebook for pictures and updates on club activities. Thank you, Prentice Bush Benders.


WISCONSIN TRAIL PASS REGULATIONS, from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources:

Wisconsin is the birthplace of snowmobiling and continues to offer some of the best snowmobiling opportunities you are likely to find, especially in northern Wisconsin. More than 200,000 registered snowmobiles hit Wisconsin's 25,000 miles of groomed trails each winter, making safety an important part of the ride. Ride smart from the start - take a snowmobile safety course!

If you were born on or after Jan. 1, 1985, and are at least age 12, you must complete a snowmobile safety certification course to operate a snowmobile on Wisconsin public snowmobile trails and areas. DNR recreational safety specialists recommend snowmobile operators complete a safety course.

•$30 for a three-year registration
•purchase and display of an annual trail pass required to use public trails;
•a $20 savings off the standard $30 trail pass fee for members of both a snowmobile club and the Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs; and
•nonresident trail passes will increase from $35 to $50.

The fee structure supports local trail maintenance and will generate additional revenue for the state snowmobile program fund.

Last updated: March 25, 2019

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