Forest County

Wolf River State Trail

Forest County

Length:

 14 miles - Forest County

 37 miles - Total

 

Permitted Uses:

 ATVs/UTVs

 Snowmobiles

 Dual-sport Bikes (Forest Co. only)

 Horseback Riders

 Hikers

 Bikers

 

Dates of Operation:

 Closed when snowmobile

trails close to May 1st

 Open during hunting seasons

 

Communities:

 Crandon

 

Prohibited Uses:

 Hunting on or across the trail

 Trucks, cars, vans, etc.

 

Printable Trail Map

 

Related Links:

 Wisconsin DNR

 Langlade County

ATTENTION ATV/UTV Riders

 

The Wolf River State Trail welcomes ATV enthusiasts. Just remember to respect the bordering land owners and STAY ON THE TRAIL. The trail connects to the City of Crandon streets so one may access the trail through the City. Remember, cross country riding on forest and town roads is prohibited. ATVs are allowed during winter months but the trail is an active snowmobile trail. If riding an ATV in the winter one must stay on the Wolf River State Trail, snowmobile trails leading of the corridor are not open to ATV's.

 

The Wolf River State Trail is owned by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and managed by the Forest County Forestry & Parks Department.

 

For more information on the Wolf River State Trail or other trail systems in Forest County, please contact Forest County Advertising at (715) 478-2212 or Toll Free at 1-866-722-7292