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Trail Report – : Price County – Park Falls, Phillips & Prentice, Wisconsin – February 12, 2021

Reporter:Phillips/Park Falls Chambers
Trail Conditions: Excellent
Snow Cover: 8-12
Date of Report: February 12, 2021
Area Report:

The Price County Trail system consist of over 500 miles of scenic trails, great places to stop to fill up on fuel, food and beverages. The trails are maintained by 9 clubs and reported by the two Chambers.

We invite you to take a trip and see all that Price County has to offer.


The City of Park Falls is now one of only 17 AWSC designated Snowmobile Friendly Communities in the State of Wisconsin.

Trails are in good to excellent condition; Groomers are out and creating a great riding experience.

For more information see Park Falls and Phillips Chamber websites

Eisenstein Bushwacker Trail Report 2/12/2021

All Bushwacker trails freshly groomed and Picked all the rocks that I saw If you see a rock stop and throw it off trail. Thursday early groomed 111 Damrow’s swamp to Grunerwald area down 80 to Davis road ,Back to 101 in Fifield to A frame park Hwy 70 down 102 to 103 up 103 to 70 To Wintergreen lake area ,104 to Wintergreen resort and eatery , 104 to 101 to 80 back to Park Falls, Then after noon 111 from Park Falls To 105 To Forest road 149 Then back to 110 loop down to Wojcieszak’s Sportsmans resort and eatery Back to 105 to 101 then down to 103 ,103 to Round Up bar and eatery , Then back to 101 to Park Falls ,Our trails are fantastic ,enjoy and ride safely , slow down


Prentice Trailbenders Trail Report 02/11/2021

With the snow we had last week and a great week of grooming our trails are in Very Good condition. Thank you to all of our volunteers that make these trails great. Please come out and enjoy the trails and support our local small businesses that need your support, As always have fun and be safe.


Fifield Sno Drover Trail Report for 2/9

The trails maintained by the Fifield Sno Drovers are in good to very good riding condition.  While we still have some stones coming through in corners, the majority of the miles are snow covered and well groomed.   The snow is still relatively thin so we’re not sure how long they’ll remain that way, but the cold weather is helping. 

FYI – Monday is a Fee Free Day at USFS Day Use Sites such as trail heads.