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Policies & Regulations



Activities on the County Forest and motorized recreational activities throughout Langlade County are regulated under the Langlade County Code of Ordinance: Chapter 16-Forest, Parks and Recreation Ordinance. This chapter is enacted to prescribe rules and regulations for the administration of County powers and duties as provided by various State of Wisconsin Statutes. In addition to ordinance regulations, various policies are enacted by the Langlade County Forestry and Recreation Committee for operations on the County Forest.
 
Below are links to Chapter 16, excerpts from Chapter 16 related to specific uses and established Langlade County Forest Policies. Please click the links for more detailed information.
 

Chapter 16: Forest, Parks and Recreation Ordinance
 

Recreation Related Policies
Chapter 16: Hunting Related Rules

Chapter 16: Motor Vehicle Related Rules

Chapter 16: Off Highway Motorcycles, ATV, UTV and Snowmobile Related Rules

Chapter 7: Langlade County Traffic Ordinance 
ATV and Snowmobile Regulations 7.11 through 7.13

Chapter 8: ATV/UTV Regulations


Off-Road Vehicle Use and Trail Policy

Individual Township Approved ATV Ordinance
 
Gun and Bow Range Rules
 
Veteran's Memorial Park/Jack Lake Campground Policies

Summit Lake County Park Policies

Rules for Camping in Undeveloped Areas

Perch Lake Campground Policies
 

County Forest Related Policies

Chapter 16: Collection of Forest Products Related Rules

Access for Mobility Impaired Policy

Private Lands Access Policy

Wisconsin Berry Picker Law

Click here to download the County Forest Overview brochure!



For questions please call the Forestry, Parks and Recreation Department at 715.627.6300, stop in during business hours of 7:30 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday; or click here to send an email.

Enjoy the Langlade County Forest and please always respect the land; no littering or harassing wildlife!