ATVing is a growing sport in Forest County. Currently, we have 2 state trails and the information on all trails can be found at the links below. Some townships have some of their town roads open as ATV routes. A town road is only an ATV route if marked with a green and white route sign. Please contact Town Clerks for questions on ATV routes. It is YOUR responsibility as a rider to know the laws, both State and County. Please be sure to read the Forest County Ordinance for Snowmobiles and ATVs (located on the Hunting on County Forest tab) and visit the WDNR website under our Education and Resources tab.
Utility Terrain Vehicles (UTVs) are legal to ride on ATV trails and routes in Forest county. Both ATVs and UTVs have to display a license plate with the registration numbers as required by the Wisconsin DNR. More information on the license plates and other ATV/UTV changes can be found at the WDNR website under our Education and Resources tab.
The Wolf River Trail runs from Crandon South towards Langlade County by County Road DD
Nicolet State Trail is about 32.8 miles and runs from Popple River to Carter.
The Valley Trail runs along Highway 8 West from Crandon to Mays Bar approximately 6.9 Miles
The Winter ATV trails consists of the Nicolet State Trail, Wolf River State Trail and the Valley Trail.