Trail Conditions

Bayfield Co ATVs

ATV Trail status and conditions:
(updated 12/26/2023)

Trails Open Until Spring

Bayfield County ATV/UTV trails opened on Thursday, May 25, 2023.  Trails will remain open until spring thaw unless noted otherwise. DO NOT RIDE ON SNOWMOBILE TRAILS THAT ARE NOT DUAL USE.  Some gates may be open on snowmobile trails in anticipation of snow season. Please stay on trails that are designated for ATV/UTV use only.  Also, it has been very wet lately and the ground is not frozen so please use your best judgement and stick to the Corridor and routes when necessary.

Please be aware of your surroundings, ride with caution, and report any downed/hazardous trees or other trail issues as soon as possible to the Bayfield County Forestry & Parks Department at (715) 373-6114 or forestry@bayfieldcounty.wi.gov.   

In addition to using caution, please stay on the designated trails and routes and follow the trail signs.

Trail maps can be found at area businesses and can also be viewed and ordered online along with updated trail conditions at http://travelbayfieldcounty.com/atvtrails.  

 

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For further information:

Lindley Mattson
Bayfield County Forestry & Parks
117 E 5th St.
Washburn, WI 54891
715-373-6114
Email

WHEN TRAILS ARE OPEN:

Please report any downed trees or other issues as soon as possible to the Bayfield County Forestry & Parks Department at 715-373-6114.

As always, riders should use caution when out on the trails. Please stay on the designated trails and routes and follow the trail signs. Be aware that there may be grooming equipment on the trails.

Trail maps can be found at area businesses and can also be viewed and ordered online.

Road routes and the Tri-County Corridor are open year ’round. This includes many forest roads that are designated on the map. 

For visitor information or to receive a current Bayfield County ATV / UTV map, you can also contact the Tourism Department.