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ATV/UTV Trails

ALL TERRAIN AND UTILITY TERRAIN RECREATION
IN “WISCONSIN’S COUNTY OF TRAILS”

We welcome you to explore Langlade County, “Wisconsin’s County of Trails”, on your ATV or UTV. Langlade County offers over 106 miles of scenic ATV/UTV trails in addition to 270 miles of open unpaved road routes, and 716 miles of open paved road routes. These trails and routes take you through the diverse landscapes of Langlade County and access the many communities and businesses that support our motorized recreational opportunities. 
Coming soon- click on any blue underlined item for additional information.
 

 
CURRENT TRAIL STATUS (status highlighted below)
 
ATV/UTV TRAILS ARE CURRENTLY OPEN, ROAD ROUTES ARE OPEN
 


 
ATV/UTV TRAILS ARE EXPECTED TO OPEN AT:                                                       
 
ATV/UTV TRAILS ARE EXPECTED TO CLOSE AT:                                                      
 
UPCOMING ATV/UTV EVENTS

2024 LANGLADE COUNTY ATV/UTV COUNCIL RIDE-IN
June 29, 2024, PERCH LAKE CAMPGROUND
TRAIL OPENING AND CLOSING
The ATV/UTV trails in Langlade County open following close of the snowmobile trails in the spring as early as possible when ATV/UTV trail conditions allow. Trails must close no later than December 1st of each year. Opening and closing is organized following inspections of the trail system by the Department and cooperating ATV/UTV trails clubs. Trail opening and closures are dependent upon trail conditions which provide for safety of the riders, protection of trail surfaces and protection of the forest and lands.
 
Approved road routes in Langlade County provide year-round use for ATV/UTV riders to enjoy.
 
Official opening and closing of ATV/UTV trails are completed by a public service announcement by the Langlade County Forestry, Parks and Recreation Department. Trail opening and closing announcements may be found within this website or at langladecounty.org.

The four main trails are the Parrish Highlands Trail, Augustyn Springs Trail, Pickerel/Pearson ATV Trail, and White Lake ATV Trail. The main trails are connected through various road routes to provide a Countywide network.

PARRISH HIGHLAND ATV-UTV TRAIL

Located In northwest Langlade County, 50 miles long, entirely on County Forest Property within portions of the Parrish Highlands and Moccasin Recreation Areas. Connecting trails with Oneida and Lincoln County trail systems.

ACCESS POINTS:
OTHER AMENITIES:
  • Parrish Highlands Shelter
  • Access to Moccasin Recreation Area
  • Access to Town Line Lake Picnic Area
  • Access to Summit Lake Park
AUGUSTYN SPRINGS ATV-UTV TRAIL
Located in central Langlade County, 21 miles long, entirely on County Forest Property within portions of the Jack Lake and Kettlebowl Recreation Areas.

ACCESS POINTS:
 OTHER AMENITIES:
  • Access to Veteran’s Memorial Park and Picnic Area
  • Access to Jack Lake Campground
  • Access to High Lake Campground
PICKEREL/PEARSON ATV-UTV TRAIL
Located in northeastern Langlade County, 5 miles long, entirely on County Forest Property within portions of the Charles de Langlade Recreation Area. This trail provides a primary connection between the Parrish Highland ATV/UTV Trail, Augustyn Springs ATV/UTV Trail, the Forest County ATV/UTV trail system and State trails in Forest County connecting to the rest of the state.

ACCESS POINTS:
  • Local Businesses 
OTHER AMENITIES:
  • Access to Perch Lake Campground
  • Access to Post Lake Dam Park and Picnic Area
  • Access to Charles de Langlade Memorial Park and Picnic Area
WHITE LAKE ATV-UTV TRAIL
Located in southeastern Langlade County, 20 miles long, mostly on County Forest Property within portions of the Crocker Hills Recreation Areas and including some trail portions on the Wolf River State Trail and private forest lands. Trails and routes also provide a primary connection to the Oconto County ATV/UTV trail system and State trails in Oconto County connecting to the rest of the state.

ACCESS POINTS:
Click here for a trail condition report!

Click here to download Google Maps Application ATV/UTV authorized trails and roads.
 
Click here to download the current official 2024 Countywide ATV/UTV road routes map.
 
Click here to download the current official 2024 City of Antigo detail ATV/UTV road routes map.
 
Click here for Langlade County ATV-UTV Ordinance Regulations

 
The ATV/UTV Trail system is maintained by volunteers from various Langlade County ATV clubs. Please follow their Facebook pages for more information and how to get involved!

Clubs
Antigo Area ATV/UTV Club
Parrish Highlanders ATV Club
Pelcho Mudd Nutz
White Lake ATV Club
Wolf River Riders ATV Club

Disclaimer

We hope you enjoy the Langlade County Forest and please always respect the land and wildlife!; tread lightly, no littering and be careful with fire!

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