Because trails are groomed does not necessarily mean they are open!
Call (715) 524-4349 for up to date openings/closings before you ride.
Law Enforcement and Wisconsin DNR Field Wardens reference this website / phone recording when issuing citations for riding on closed trails in Shawano County.
All the trails in Shawano County are made possible by the volunteer efforts of the members of 18 different clubs. Members work throughout the year with landowners, the DNR and State associations to be sure we all have trails to ride when the snow flies.
Are you a club member? If not, consider joining your local club and learning just how vulnerable our trails are when clubs experience a lack of help or riders disrespect landowners' property.
Your contributions would be greatly appreciated!
ATVs PROHIBITED ON TRAILS ANY TIME TEMPERATURE IS 28°F OR ABOVE. PER FEDERAL REGULATION, ATVs ARE PROHIBITED ON THE MOUNTAIN BAY/WIOWASH TRAILS AT ANY TIME.
UTVs (side-by-sides) PROHIBITED ON TRAILS AT ALL TIMES. Also note that per County Ordinance, trails must be open to snowmobiles for 10 days before ATVs may be operated on trails.
Below are the status of the Shawano County Snowmobile Trail Zones 1A: Closed 1B: Closed 1C: Closed 2A: Closed 2B: Closed 3A: Closed 3B: Closed 4A: Closed 4B: Closed 4C: Closed 5A: Closed 5B: Closed 5B1: Closed 5C: Closed 6A: Closed 6B: Closed The WIOWASH State Trail and Mountain Bay State Trail is also closed.
For more information about other recreational opportunities in Shawano County throughout the year, contact the Shawano Country Chamber of Commerce at (715) 524-2139.