ALL WINTER TRAILS ARE OPEN!!
Please be sure to review all the information below before riding the trails in Burnett County:
3/7/14: Burnett County Winter Trails are currently OPEN! The majority of the trails are in excellent condition. The trails are groomed. Due to the warmer temperatures and freezing rain we have received, there may be icy spots on the trails so please use caution.
Because of the early snowfall this winter, lakes have a lot of slush on them, so please continue to use caution over lakes and swamps.
When trails are open, you may ride your ATV/UTV on state-funded Winter Use ATV Trails. Winter-use ATV trails in Burnett County are marked with blue blazers. Snowmobile trails are marked with orange blazers.
Some township ordinances allow for ATV/UTV use of the town roads and others do NOT allow it. It is the rider’s responsibility to contact the township in which you plan to ride in and get the current rules pertaining to ATVs/UTVs and the town roads. Please contact the individual townships for their rules and regulations.
It is your responsibility to know where you are and whose property you are on.
All snowmobiles, ATVs and UTVs must be registered or licensed in order to ride. Please follow this link for Rules, Maps and Licensing information.
Visit the Snow Trails page for winter riding information pertaining to the Gandy Dancer Trail.
Caution: Groomers and trail maintenance vehicles may be on the trails at any time.Please stay on the trails - much of the trail system is on private land, and we appreciate the easements granted by these generous landowners. It only takes one person to have the entire trail system shut down.
Please be careful; be respectful to our private property owners and to other trail users; and ride safely.
Be sure to check back frequently for updated conditions.
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