Wisconsin’s snowmobile trails are your ticket to fun and adventure. The state has more than 25,000 miles of trails that will take you through wild forests and charming communities—and there are plenty of places for pit stops along the way. Read on to find out where you should go for your next snowmobile adventure.
Miles of woodland trails
In northern Wisconsin, the charming community of Boulder Junction is an ideal place to base a snowmobile adventure. Snowmobilers will find more than 125 miles of trails in Boulder Junction that connect to hundreds more miles of trails throughout the region. The Boulder Junction Snowmobile Club was established in 1967 and has proudly groomed and maintained area trails for more than 50 years.
Find your snowmobiling base camp
Oneida County is home to some of the finest snowmobile trails in the Midwest—1,100 miles in all. Snowmobilers return to Oneida County year after year because of the area’s consistent snowfall, the many resorts and restaurants that cater to snowmobilers and scenic routes that will take you through the beautiful Northwoods.
Ride through Hodag Country
Rhinelander—known as the heart of Hodag Country—is the perfect hub for snowmobiling the Northwoods. Rhinelander’s snowmobile trails run through the city and link to thousands more miles of trails throughout Oneida County, northern Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Throughout the winter, the area’s robust snowfall and consistently low temperatures help keep trails covered and in top condition.
The Midwest’s snowmobiling mecca
Vilas County is one of the Midwest’s premier snowmobiling destinations. The snowmobile was invented here, and Vilas County has over 700 miles of spectacular trails that traverse unspoiled wilderness, crossing undeveloped lakes and connecting to scenic Northwoods communities. The county seat, Eagle River, is the Snowmobile Capital of the World and hosts events like the World Championship Snowmobile Derby. Best of all: the county has a free app to help you navigate the trails.