Published: March 27, 2023
All trails in the Oneida County Funded Snowmobile Trail System (as administered by the Oneida County Forestry, Land, & Recreation Department) are CLOSED.
See you next season!
As always, the Oneida County Forestry, Land, & Recreation Department reminds riders to stay on marked trails. Off trail riding is trespassing and could result in closure or loss of trails and citations and fines for those who participate.
If you are able, please consider volunteering with any of our clubs to help keep trails open and safe!
A PSA FROM THE ONEIDA COUNTY FORESTRY DEPARTMENT:
RE: Snowmobile Safety Reminder
The Oneida County Forestry Department, in partnership with the Oneida County
Snowmobile Council, would like to remind snowmobile enthusiasts to adhere to the
following guidelines to help ensure a safe and enjoyable snowmobile experience:
• Take a Snowmobile Safety Course
• Don’t Drink Alcohol and Drive
• Slow Down – 55 mph at Night
• Ride Within Your Ability & Experience
• STOP means STOP, Especially When Crossing Roadways
• Stay to the Right
• Only Pass When Appropriate & With Extreme Caution
• Respect the Groomers
• Report Trail Hazards
In case of an emergency, dial 911 and notify them of the nearest TINS (Trail Intersections Numbering System), the 3-digit number on the square brown sign located at most intersections and trail crossings. This may help emergency personnel determine your exact location and respond quicker.
ENJOY YOUR NORTHWOODS RIDE AND LIVE TO RIDE AGAIN!
Visit the Tomahawk Chamber at 208 North 4th Street, Mon-Fri 8-4, for the most current trail maps provided by our Clubs.
Northern Trails Unlimited Snowmobile Club