Trail Conditions

Trail Conditions for Washburn County, Wisconsin-ATV, Cross Country Ski, Snowshoe, Mountain Bike, Fat Bike, Snowmobile

 Washburn County

Current Trail Conditions as of Wednesday, November 13, 2019

 

ATV Trails:  

All Washburn County ATV trails are open and in excellent condition with the exception of a small section in the Birchwood area that is closed for the season; check the official map for details. Bundle up if you're heading out to the trails because the temperatures are dropping and a few snow flakes have started to fly. If you notice a tree down or any other trail issues, please report them to the Washburn County Forestry Department at 715-635-4490. Please tread lightly, staying on designated trail surfaces out of respect for our land owners.
 
All trails will remain open unless DNR Fire Danger is rated at Very High or Extreme. Refer to the below link for current fire danger status.

For Current Fire Danger information you can call 1-888-WIS-BURN or visit the WI DNR Website

Please note that motorcycles and dirt bikes are NOT permitted on our trails.

Land use agreements with private landowners for snowmobile trails do not permit the use of ATV's at any time of the year, so please stick to the designated ATV/UTV trails. 

  

Mountain Bike Trails:  

Wild Cat Mountain Bike Trail - 10/26/19: All of the trails out at Wild Cat, located 4 miles east of Spooner off Hwy 70, have been cleared and are in fantastic condition. Users are reminded to wear bright clothing as hunting season is in full swing.
 
Spooner City Park (College Street Park Trails) - 10/26/19: Most of the trails have been blown off and are ready for recreational use. A volunteer work group will be out clearing the trails on Saturday, October 26th. Users are reminded to wear bright clothing as hunting season is in full swing.
 
 

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All Washburn County Snowmobile Trails remain open at this time with good snow conditions.  Forecast for the coming week calls for warm temperatures and likely significant melting.  Trail conditions report will be updated sometime later today.