Welcome to ATV/UTV Season 2018! All of our trails are OPEN and in EXCELLENT condition!
***EXCEPTION*** Beginning July 9 (originally scheduled to begin June 18), there will be a Tuscobia Trail detour for a trail repair east of Winter near Sundling Road in Sawyer County through July 25, 2018. There will be signs posted for the reroute. For questions regarding the detour, contact Sawyer County Forestry at 715-634-4846.
GOOD NEWS! the Chequamegon National Forest and the Flambeau Forest are all open to UTV's 65" or less. No restrictions in Sawyer County - but check your map when riding into Bayfield County.
Miles and miles of trails to ride and the best restaurants and resorts to stop at! Get out and ride!!
New Routes that have been approved, but are not legal until signs are installed, include:
**The new connector route from Hayward to Stone Lake, which runs along the Olker-Kadlec-Highline-Williams-Old Hwy 27-Rainbow Rd and Washburn County routes to Stone Lake.
**The new route north out of Hayward, near Adventure RV and Hayward Powersports. It includes sections along Hwy K and from the LCO Country Store to the Bass Lake Town Hall.
**County Road B from Prop's Landing Waterfront Grille to Frogg Road
**Snowmobile Trail 29 to Sevenwinds Casino, Lodge, & Conference Center
Sawyer County has over 200 miles of funded trails, plus miles and miles of road routes, which includes trails throughout the Chequamegon National Forest, the Flambeau State Forest, Sawyer County Forest, the Tuscobia State Trail, and the Lac Courte Oreilles Trails.
Non-Resident Trail Pass is Required for ATVs.
Please contact Chequamegon National Forest 's District Recreational Info at 715-634-4821 for additional questions. For the Flambeau State Forest 715-332-5271
Have a safe and fun ride!