Whether you're looking to explore or just relax, Antigo and Langlade County, located in the great Wisconsin "Northwoods", offers residents and visitors alike an abundant array of cultural, historical, natural, and recreational options. The true up north tourist destination provides a wide variety of northern Wisconsin recreational opportunities to meet everyone's liking all year long. For good reason, this is why Langlade County has been branded the "County of Trails."
Start planning your next up north adventure in Langlade County: The County of Trails!
Sled Dog Trail
Crocker Hill Sled Dog Trail
4206 Fraley Road,
WI - 715-623-7859Website | Map
Langlade County has developed sled dog trail opportunities on two locations in the county forest. Interest in sled dog trails has centered on the Evergreen Forest Management Unit at the Crocker Hill Sled Dog Trail. The trailhead is located on Fraley Road and a public parking area is developed along with a restroom facility. The Crocker Hill Sled Dog Trail is maintained by volunteers of the Langlade County Sled Dog Club.
Track 52 Sled Dog Trail
Langlade-Price Rd North of Hwy 52,
WI - 715-350-9705Website | Map
Enjoy running your sled dog team on a variety of hills with plenty of excitement for you and your dog on the wooded trails of Track 52 in the northern Crocker Hills. Please be aware that you may encounter sled dog teams training. When a person or team is going to pass or overtake another team, they will call out "TRAIL!" When heard, please move to one side of the trail to allow for a safe pass.
The winter trails are groomed in cooperation with the Langlade County Forestry Department. Trails are marked when open to skijoring and sled dog teams. The parking lot is plowed in winter. Food & restroom facilities are available on winter weekends when Kettlebowl Ski Hill (approximately 1/4 mile from the trailhead) is open from noon to 4 pm.
Track 52 Sled Dog Trails is located approximately 14 miles northeast of Antigo on Langlade-Price Road between Bryant & Lily. The trailhead is exactly ¾ of a mile north of Hwy 52 and Langlade Price Road intersection (¾ mile west of Kettlebowl Ski Hill).
For more information on Track 52 Sled Dog Trails, go to their website by clicking here. Watch a 6-dog team run Track 52 by clicking here.