From our beautiful forest and nature immersed parks to our winding trails, quiet lakes and streams we hope you make Langlade County your recreation destination.

Langlade County is “Wisconsin’s County of Trails”
In any season. hike our established hiking trails including miles of the National Ice Aged Trail and maintained hunter walking trails. Explore thousands of miles of remote, unmaintained forest trails. Bike our improved trails and forest roads with option of off-road mountain biking in designate areas. Ride our motorized trails with over 100 miles of maintained ATV/UTV Trails, over 500 miles maintained of snowmobile trails. Explore our newly establishing off road motor vehicle trails. Ski one of many cross-country ski trails. Snowshoe our trails or our remote forest roads. Ride your horses on any of our three equestrian trails. Paddle our natural streams that provide river trails or enjoy quiet lakes. Bring your sled dogs and sleds and travel one of our two trail systems.Trapping furbearers, hunting of large game, small game and waterfowl abounds. Fishing is excellent on hundreds of miles of streams along with hundreds of ponds and lakes, many of which are undeveloped.  A variety of activities are available on over one hundred thousand acres of County Forest and additional acres of open DNR and Managed Forest Law Lands. Quietly motor through our remote roads by car or truck. Stay at our campgrounds, quietly enjoy nature, pick berries, view wildlife, or just explore. View our wonderful fall colors, winter snowy scenery, and the wonders of spring and summer.  Find all that our recreation areas have to offer by clicking the recreation tab. Looking for a place to stay? Enjoy one of campgrounds including Jack Lake, Perch Lake and High Lake. Find a location and camp primitively on our County forest. Click the camping tab for more information.

Planning an event? Make arrangement to reserve and utilize our facilities including fairgrounds, buildings, pavilions and recreational spaces. Click the facilities and fairgrounds or pavilions tab.
We hope you enjoy all the Langlade County Forest has to offer. This website provides you information on lands and facilities managed, maintained and sponsored by the Langlade County Forestry, Parks and Recreation Department. For more information please click on the links above.
If you prefer, visit our office located at 1633 Neva Road, Antigo, Wisconsin 54409. Call us at 715-627-6300 our staff is here to assist you in your needs.