NORTHERN WISCONSIN SNOWMOBILING
Load the trailer up, because you are destined to enjoy 25,000 miles of groomed Wisconsin snowmobile trails. Snowmobiling is a huge in northern Wisconsin and we know why. The Minocqua area snowmobile trails stretch over 1,600 area miles along pristine forests, frozen lakes, and breathtaking sunsets. Over 65 inches of snow averagely fall in the Minocqua and St. Germain area so you will surely be in luck with your northern Wisconsin winter vacation. Wisconsin snowmobile trails are a way of life and how people get around in the Eagle River area, heck there are over 500 miles snowmobile trails in Eagle River alone - which is why it is known as the "Snowmobile Capital of the World". Hayward has incredible trails too. Ride together and stop at on-trail taverns and experience plenty of winter events along the way.
Snowmobiling in Wisconsin has never been more fun, and we encourage you to rent a cabin for a few days (or a week around the holidays) and really enjoy Wisconsin’s most popular winter activity - snowmobiling. Here are some links to help you find winter cabin rentals in Wisconsin.
Minocqua, WI resorts and cabins
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CENTRAL WISCONSIN SNOWMOBILING
This includes Adams (trail questions 608-339-6997), Columbia (trail questions 608-227-7433), Juneau (trail questions 608-562-5737), and Sauk (trail questions 608-985-4766) Counties. Riding through the Baraboo Bluffs, Devils Lake, and Natural Bridge State Parks is popular. Enjoy great rides along rivers and lakes and chances are you will see some wildlife. On trail cabin rentals, businesses, pubs and restauants have plenty of snowmobile parking.
Plan in advance and enjoy snowmobiling in central Wisconsin for a weekend or week. Lower off season rates are common at Wisconsin vacation rentals too. Cabin Time in winter definitely includes snowmobiling from the front door.
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NORTHWEST WISCONSIN SNOWMOBILING
Hitting the scenic trails, rivers and lakes is not just for summer fun. You need to visit during winter because this is another premiere destination for Wisconsin snowmobiling. In fact, there are many snowmobile-friendly trailside businesses and cabin lodging options. Explore major corridor trails and connecting routes - Iron County alone has 500 miles of snowmobile trails and averages 200 inches of snow. Bayfield County has 600 miles of groomed snowmobile trails, 400,000 acres of forest, the Lake Superior Scenic Byway, and Ice Caves.
SNOWMOBILING REGISTRATION TIPS
Here is a link to register your snowmobile in Wisconsin, a must if you jump on the trails. Wisconsin Law requires proof of registration.
Snowmobile Registration Information
Here’s where to ride in Wisconsin. Snowmobile trails and clubs by County:
Trail maps from Wisconsin snowmobile clubs
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