5 Cool Spots for ATV Off-Roading in Wisconsin

By Rachel Smith

5 Cool Spots for ATV Off-Roading in Wisconsin

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Wisconsinites love a little off-roading adventure. In the Badger State, you’ll find forested areas and wonderfully-rugged terrain suited perfectly for an ATV journey. If you’re ready to spend the day in nature and get a little muddy, check out these five awesome spots for ATV off-roading in the state. 

1. Iron County ATV Trails

Enjoy 118 miles of ATV and UTV trails in Iron County. Start your fun trip at the Schomberg Park trailhead. You’ll experience the beautifully forested Northwoods, lakes, and even some waterfalls. There are tons of great stops just off the trail for you to load up on food and water before heading back out for more engine revving.

2. Black River Falls ATV Trails at Black River State Forest

Black River Falls is an ATV lover’s dream—specifically Jackson County. They host tons of ATV-thrill seekers throughout the year. There are over 100 miles of trails that wind through the beautiful Wisconsin scenery. That being said, Black River Falls is home to many different animals that you might encounter on your tour! So watch out! 

3. Chippewa County ATV Trail

While the Chippewa County ATV Trail is only about a string of 20 miles—it is by far the most challenging. You’ll find tough inclines and challenging hills and valleys as you meander your way through. You can thank Mother Nature’s glaciers for such an exhilarating trip.

4. Florence County ATV Trails

Ride all day through more than 150 miles of ATV trails within Florence County. You’ll come across a few different overlook sights and two different waterfalls along your way. Trails are open year around, besides April. Check out why Florence County ATV Trails are some of the most sought out in the Midwest!

5. Summer ATV Recreational Trail System, Douglas County, WI

Life on the ATV is much better lived in Douglas County. The trail covers a network of over 100 miles during the summer months. Stop at Amnicon Falls State Park, Big Manitou Falls, and catch a waterfall at Pattison State Park.  There are a couple of great food stops along the way for body refueling.

*Note: Age restrictions, special licenses, and other requirements for off highway vehicles vary from state to state. Before heading out on your OHV, please consult your local regulations.

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