Washburn County boasts some of the most scenic snowmobiling in the state. Over 240 miles of groomed trails wind through public forests covering literally hundreds of thousands of acres. Washburn County is unmatched for wilderness sledding that is close to lodging and amenities. Our local trails link to the largest network of snowmobile trails in the Midwest. Hard-working local snowmobile clubs have developed a top-notch trail system that crosses public and private lands, lakes, streams and bridges. The varied terrain includes hardwood and evergreen forests, wetlands and farm fields. You'll see towering pines, rolling hills and deep valleys. Nearly 1,000 lakes in the area offer more than 30,000 acres of lake riding. Most trails are maintained from early December through March, depending on conditions.
Request your FREE trail map.
- Rolling Hills Snowmobile and ATV Club Jim Dienstl (715) 635-8661
- Minong Trails Club
- Birchwood Bobcat Sledder's Snowmobile Club (715) 354-7413
- 4 Seasons Recreational Club, Wascott
Snowmobile Rules and Regulations
- Visit the Trail Conditions area for up-to-date information on recreational trails or call 1-800-367-3306 to hear trail conditions 24/7.
Washburn County Snowmobile Maps
- Tuscobia Trail (pdf)
The Tuscobia Trail has 51 miles of trail located on an abandoned railroad grade starting in Birchwood and going east to Park Falls.
- Wild River Trail (pdf)
The Wild River Trail is a 96 mile trail that follows an abandoned railroad grade. The trail is currently open between Rice Lake and Solon Springs. The trail crosses Washburn County for 40 miles.