Trail Updates

All Snowmobile and Winter ATV trails are closed.  The Frozen Ground ATV/UTV trail system will remain OPEN.

January 15 update: The snowfall received yesterday through this morning totaled less than 1”.  We received rain along with the snow. Because of this, the status of our trails has not changed: All snowmobile and winter ATV trails are closed.  The Frozen Ground ATV/UTV Trail System will remain OPEN.

Frozen Ground Trails are marked with GREEN blazers.  You may find the map under "Trail Rules, Maps and Licensing Information".

Please use caution as some swamps and lakes are not yet frozen.  After high winds, always be sure to watch for possible downed trees.

All snowmobiles, ATVs, and UTVs must be registered or licensed to ride on our trails.  Trail passes are also required.  Only machines meeting the state definition of an ATV/UTV are allowed on these trails. WI DNR state definitions and registration/pass information.

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.  

NO OFF TRAIL USE IS ALLOWED - Please stay on the trails.  Much of our trail system is on private land, and we appreciate the easements granted by our generous land owners. It only takes one person to have the entire trail system shut down.  

Caution: Trail maintenance vehicles may be on the trails at any time. Also watch for signage regarding timber sale activity.  Trucks may cross trails at any time.

It is your responsibility to know where you are and whose property you are on.  Please be careful, be respectful to other trail users, and ride safely.

For specific information on our trails, follow these links:

Snowmobile Trails

ATV/UTV Trails

Maps, Rules, and Pass & Licensing Information



 All snowmobile and winter ATV/UTV trails 


Contact Information

If you need any maps other than what we have our website, or if you need any other information, please contact Burnett County Tourism at 1-800-788-3164 or feel free to email them.

Maps are also available at many local businesses.

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