ATV Trail Report Friday, July 10 2020

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Published: July 10, 2020

Lincoln County  ATV trails  OPEN.

Summer Recreation Area – Horse and Bike Trails

  • Underdown/Harrison Hills bike trails  OPEN
  • Underdown / Harrison Hills horse trails OPEN 

For up to date Lincoln County trail conditions, call the Trail Hotline at 715-539-1033

The Oneida County ATV/UTV trails are OPEN.

The Oneida County ATV/UTV Trail System (as administered by the Oneida County Forestry, Land and
Recreation Department) officially opened for the 2020 Spring/Summer/Fall season effective 5:00 p.m. 
Friday, May 15, 2020.

This includes the trails maintained by the Hodag 4-Wheelers ATV-UTV Club in the
Town of Enterprise (T35N-R9E), the Little Rice ATV Club in the Little Rice & Lynne townships, the Pel-Cho
Mudd Nutz trails in the Town of Enterprise and the Lakeland ATV Club trail in the Town of Woodruff.

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

By order of the Oneida County Health Department: Due to the COVID-19 situation, restrooms and
hand pump wells will remain closed until further notice. Only camping units with self-contained
restroom facilities will be permitted to camp at the Enterprise Campground until further notice.
As always, please stay on the marked trails, obey all signs and regulations and please ride

2019 Maps are available behind the Tomahawk Chamber office at 208 N 4th Street 24/7 and new 2020 maps are available for purchase inside the office.

New maps are available at the ATV trail head, the Oneida County Forestry office and online at here:


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


-Author, Tomahawk Regional Chamber of Commerce