Washburn County, WI - Current Trail Conditions
Monday, June 14, 2021
Official Report: All Washburn County ATV Trails are now open. Trail conditions will be variable. Please tread lightly and PLEASE stay on the designated trail surface.
As always, please ride with caution. If you encounter any washouts or trail issues, please call the Washburn County Forestry Office at 715-635-4490.
Please note that beginning June 1, there will be detours in the Trego area due to a DOT project. Please travel slow and watch for directional signage.
Trails will close if fire danger reaches "Very High" or higher, so be sure to check fire danger prior to riding. Current fire danger can be found on the DNR website: http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/forestfire/restrictions.html
Rolling Hills Snowmobile & ATV Club Reminder: Trail 7A from the Wild River Trail going west is closed! Contractors are working in that area. Please stay away to keep everyone safe!
College Street/City Park (Report 5/7/21) - Located in the city of Spooner, the College Street/City Park offers excellent mountain biking for both technical single track and spacious double track riding. Plenty of Parking available. The trails have opened up over the past week and are in good shape. Over the spring thaw, trails have tried out with just a few wet spots in the low areas. Get out & enjoy!
Wildcat Mountain Bike Trails (Report 5/24/21) - Volunteers were out and mowed most of the double track at Wildcat. There are still a few sections yet to be mowed and that is planned for later this week. There are a few wet spots on the single track, but overall the trails are in great shape. See you on the trail!
The green of spring has arrived and the trails are starting to flourish more with this beautiful weather. There are over 100 miles of scenic trails winding through the pristine forests and along the beautiful lakes & rivers of Washburn County. Trails vary from short beginner style trails to longer more difficult trails for an experienced hiker.
Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary (Report: 5/28/21) - Grassy trails were all mowed the end of May and are in good shape. June's Discovery Trail will be Flamingos. Jack in the Pulpit, Bloodroot, Trillium, Hepatica and other woodland flowers are in full bloom. Dragon's Mouth Orchid was spotted blooming in the bog. Sandhill Cranes, Common Loon, Eastern Bluebirds, warblers, orioles and other migrants have made their return.
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