ATV/UTV Trails – Open

Published: May 1, 2024


Lincoln County’s Summer ATV/UTV trails are open as of 8AM on Wednesday, May 1st, 2024.
For more information and geo referenced map, visit Lincoln County’s Summer ATV/UTV page.

The Underdown Mountain Biking trails and Equestrian trails are also open.

Designated blacktop roads are open year-round. Please be aware of and follow cautionary signs. Note that preferred routes through the downtown of the City of Tomahawk have been updated for 2024.


Oneida County trail system, including Enterprise trail system, is open as of 8AM on Wednesday, May 1st, 2024.

This includes the trails maintained by the Hodag 4-Wheelers and Pel-Cho Mudd Nutz ATV-UTV Clubs in the Towns of Enterprise and Monico, the Little Rice ATV Club in the Little Rice & Lynne townships, the Lakeland ATV Club trail in the Town of Woodruff and the Nokomis ATV Club trail in the Nokomis and Woodboro townships.

Designated County Hwy blacktop roads are open year-round. As always, please stay on the marked trails, obey all signs and regulations and please ride responsibly.


Wisconsin allows ATVs and UTVs to ride on frozen surfaces of any navigable, designated waterway.
All state and federal numbered highways are closed to ATV and UTV use. 


The latest maps from our Clubs are available for a $2 donation during office hours, Mon-Fri 8am-4pm.

Older trail maps are available in the front entryway of the Chamber office 24/7 @ 208 N 4th Street.

Some maps are available at the ATV trail head, the Oneida County Forestry office and on the Oneida County website.

-Author, Tomahawk Regional Chamber of Commerce