ATV/UTV Trail Report May 6, 2021

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Published: May 6, 2021

The Onedia County ATV/UTV Trail System (as administered by the Oneida County Forestry, Land and Recreation Department) will officially open for the 2021 Spring/Summer/Fall season effective 8 am, Friday, May 7, 2021. This includes the trails maintained by the Hodag 4-Wheelers ATV-UTV Club in the town of Enterprise (T35N-R9E), the Pel-Cho Mudd Nutz trails in the Town of Enterprise, the Little Rice ATV Club in the Little Rice & Lynne townships and the Lakeland ATV club trail in the Town of Woodruff.

The Enterprise Campground will open 8 am on Friday, May 7 2021. The Enterprise Campground is located within the Oneida County Forest approx. 11 miles south of Rhinelander on Shingle Mill Road. The campground is also accessible via Enterprise ATV/UTV trail. There are 11 campsites with grills, fire rings and picnic tables, which are available on a first come-first basis. Fees are $15/night per site and payable by self registration.

Lincoln County ATV/UTV trails opened on May 1, 2021. 

NOTE: Trails are in early season condition. Trail conditions may be wet in spots, so please use caution.

As always, please stay on marked trails, obey signs and regulations and please drive responsible. 

 

Maps are available at the front of our office in the entryway 24/7:  Tomahawk Chamber office at 208 N 4th Street and new 2021 maps are available for purchase inside the office during office hours M-Thurs 8am-4pm.

 

New maps are available at the ATV trail head, the Oneida County Forestry office and online at here: http://www.co.oneida.wi.us/wp-content/uploads/EntATV.pdf

 

Please check back for more condition reports as this report will be updated as more information is received.

 

-Author, Tomahawk Regional Chamber of Commerce