Trail Conditions: Poor
Snow Cover: 5-10 inches
Date of Report: February 4, 2021
Forest County Snowmobile Trails are partially opened at Noon on Friday, January 29, 2021 for the snowmobiling season. Forest County has about 405 miles of state funded trails maintained by five snowmobile clubs including the 100 Mile Snow Safari, Lumberjack Memorial Trails, Black Bear Sportsmen’s Club Trails, Three Lakes Trails and the Tombstone-Pickerel Trails. Only the northern trails will be open. Everything north of Goodman Park Rd to County Rd H to County Rd T to Hwy 32 and west along Hwy 8 w will be open. Everything south of that line will remained closed. Closed trails will be marked with ribbon and/or or “Trail closed” signs, please pay close attention when riding as the closed trails are in dangerous riding conditions.
Please remember that the Nicolet State Trail, the Wolf River State Trail, and the Valley Trail are the ONLY snowmobile trails in Forest County that are currently open for ATV and UTV use. The Forest County Snowmobile Trail Ordinance currently prohibits ATV, UTV use and motor vehicle use on all other snowmobile trails in Forest County. Snowmobile trails are “NOT” open for motor vehicle use or hunting. THOSE DRIVING TRUCKS ON TRAILS ARE SUBJECT TO FINES THROUGH THE COUNTY SNOWMOBILE TRAIL ORDINANCE.
Updated trail condition reports can be found daily by calling the Forest County Snowline at 715-478-2024 or logging onto the Forest County website at www.forestcountywi.com. This website also provides links to local snowmobile clubs which provide daily grooming reports and maps of the Forest County trail system. You may choose to log on to a specific snowmobile club for trail information including the 100 Mile Snow Safari at www.100milesnowsafari.com or Lumberjack Memorial Trails at www.lmtsnowmobiletrails.com or Tombstone-Pickerel Trails at www.tombstonepickerel.com or Three Lakes Trails at www.threelakestrails.com.
If Forest County receives enough snow today and tomorrow, all trails will be opened on Saturday.