Recreation and AttractionsLanglade County, WI provides a variety of northern Wisconsin recreational opportunities to meet everyone's likings. Enjoy over a quarter of a million acres of forest land, 841 lakes, 225 streams, 395 miles of trout streams, and 200 spring ponds. Langlade County has been branded the "County of Trails" because of a good reason. We have trails for hiking, mountain biking, snowmobiling, ATVing/UTVing, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, horseback riding and even sled dogs.
Get your adrenaline pumping by going whitewater rafting or kayaking in eastern Langlade County. The famous Wolf River is one of the best whitewater rivers in the Midwest. People who raft or paddle the Wolf River are rewarded with abundant wildlife, outstanding shoreline scenery, and excellent water quality.
From historical museums, to many parks and recreational opportunities, you will truly experience northern Wisconsin at is finest here in Langlade County.
Date of Report: February 23, 2017
Effective immediately, corridor 9 south of intersection 24 at Polar to intersection 26 and all trails south of Hwy 47 are closed due to the lack of snow cover and standing water. Still closed is section B of Langlade County Snowmobile trail system and the trail west of intersection 53A west to County Highway H (Five Cent Firelane). Section A will remain open until further notice, but may close with little notice if the winter storm predicted does not produce adequate snowfall.
Trail conditions in the wooded areas will be poor. There are many bare spots with low lying areas being rough and have standing water. Trails across open fields lack snow cover and also have standing water. Use caution in these areas. With well above average temperatures, please stay on marked trails.
ATV's will be allowed on the trails when the temperature is less than 28 degrees F. UTV's are not allowed on the snowmobile trail system.
Langlade County Forestry and Recreation Department
NOTICE ON TRAIL PASSES
Effective July 1, 2015, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources expanded the snowmobile trail pass requirement to include snowmobiles registered in Wisconsin and increased the nonresident snowmobile trail pass fee. Beginning with the 2015-16 snow season, all snowmobiles operating on a Wisconsin snowmobile trail or corridor must display a valid snowmobile trail pass whether registered in Wisconsin or another state. The snowmobile trail pass is:
* Nonresident snowmobile trail pass ($50) – for a snowmobile registered in or in the process of being registered in another state, province or country. Available online, at select agents or by calling WDNR at 1-888-WDNRINFo (1-888-936-7463).
* Wisconsin snowmobile trail pass ($30) – for a snowmobile registered in Wisconsin. Available online, at any DNR license sales agent or by calling WDNR at 1-888-WDNRINFo (1-888-936-7463). All Wisconsin snowmobile trail passes will be shipped by US Mail within 2 business days to the address specified.
* Wisconsin snowmobile trail pass for club members ($10) – for a snowmobile registered in Wisconsin and owned by a person who is both a member of a snowmobile club and a member of AWSC. Available only through AWSC via their website or by mail, phone or in person from their office. Please visit www.awsc.org for more details.
Go to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Snowmobiling Page for more information.
Snowmobile Trails in Langlade County, Wisconsin are developed and maintained by the Langlade County Forestry and Recreation Department, and 10 different snowmobile clubs in Langlade County. There are over 530 miles of state approved and user funded snowmobile trails. Langlade County has an excellent reputation on keeping the trails well groomed and marked.
Download your Langlade County Snowmobile Map or request one here.
The Langlade County snowmobile clubs are a proud and dedicated group who would like to share their sport with you. As a snowmobiler, you will get a firsthand look at nature's winter wonderland. Snowmobiling is a fun, healthful recreation for people of all ages.
Langlade County lodging offers the rest you need after a long day of hitting the trails. Whether you are looking for woodland cottages, modern motels, or chain hotels, you'll find it in Langlade County. To keep your taste buds satisfied, you will be able to find everything from fine dining to burgers, sandwiches, and homemade pizza which many places to eat are located right on the trails.
So grab your sled and get out and ride"The County of Trails" Langlade County.
Langlade County Snowmobile Clubs: