Washburn County, WI - Current Trail Conditions

Up-to-date trail conditions for Washburn County including ATV, Biking, Hiking, Snowmobile, Cross Country Ski, Snowshoe, and more. Be sure to bookmark this page as trail conditions change frequently. The team at Washburn County Tourism Association update trail conditions from local reports multiple times a week to provide you the best possible information. See you on the trail! 

Monday, August 15, 2022

ATV & UTV Trails: 

Washburn County ATV trails are open and in good riding condition! Clubs & County Staff are out maintaining and grading trails so please ride with caution, tread lightly and stay on designated trail surfaces.

All trails close if fire danger reaches "Very High" or higher. For the current Fire Danger please refer to the link below.
http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/forestfire/restrictions.html

Mountain Bike Trails: 

Wildcat Mountain Bike Trail: Wildcat trails are open for mountain biking! Trails east of Spooner are in good condition. There are a few branches down here and there has been some recent mowing. Bring some bug spray for the deer flies. Enjoy!

College Street (Spooner City Park): Club members have been out maintaining the trails to keep them in good riding conditions. After a little rain over the weekend, riders may encounter a few wet spots in the shaded areas. The east end is very ridable with an occasional branch down from the high winds here and there. Enjoy!

Hiking Trails:

Hunt Hill Trails: The Discovery Trail (labeled Barred Owl Trail on trail maps) is a great experience for families. Each month, 8-15 themed items are hidden along this 1/3 mile trail. See how many items you can find! Share a selfie on social media using #HuntHill to be entered into the monthly giveaway! After the snow has melted in the Northwoods, trails have become quite wet & muddy in places. Trails are in good hiking conditions. Hunt Hill crews have been working on maintenance so please note that there is a portion of the prairie trail is closed while the grass establishes in those areas. 

College Street (Spooner City Park): There are 6 miles of beautiful trails offering a variety of recreational use. Hikers will experience rolling terrain, easy flat surfaces, and a mile of paved trails.