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Northern Wisconsin Outdoor Adventures begin here in Langlade County. Langlade County offers many upnorth outdoor activities including hunting, fishing, ATVing, snowmobiling, hiking, cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, kayaking, rafting, tubing, snowshoeing, swimming, cycling, mountain biking, golfing, camping, horseback riding, canoeing, and so much more! Langlade County has hundreds of miles of recreational trails, over a quarter of a million acres of territory open for public hunting, 766 lakes with 207 of these from springs, 225 streams creating 391 miles of trout streams, and the famous Wolf River.  If you are an outdoor enthusiast, we guarantee that you won't be bored here in Langlade County, the County of Trails. Check below for important reports, maps, and information to help you get out and enjoy it all!

Click here to download a Langlade County Recreation Map

ATV Trails Reports/Maps
Langlade County ATV Trail System
DATE: March 14, 2024


NEWS RELEASE/ PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
LANGLADE COUNTY SNOWMOBILE AND WINTER ATV TRAILS

With the lack of snow and cold weather all winter, Langlade County’s funded snowmobile and winter ATV trails will not open during the remainder of the 2023-24 season, regardless of any potential snowfall by March 31.

We would like to extend a thank you to the clubs, volunteers, and landowners that make our trail system possible. We look forward to next winter for a more successful snowmobile and winter ATV season.

Langlade Counties Summer ATV/UTV trail system is anticipated to open earlier than normal this year but remain closed at this time.

Many ATV/UTV road routes are open and available for use. Maps of open ATV/UTV road routes are available by clicking here and scrolling down to the ATV/UTV Map section.

We hope you enjoy recreating in Langlade County and thank you for supporting the economy and businesses of Langlade County!

Al Murray

Langlade County Forestry, Parks and Recreation Administrator


Date of Report: February 2, 2024

NEWS RELEASE/ PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
LANGLADE COUNTY ATV/UTV ROUTES OPEN

The Langlade County snowmobile trails and ATV/UTV trails remain closed at this time.

Those that would like to utilize ATV/UTV vehicles should be aware that most of the County has road routes open which allow you to continue to access our businesses. Here are the road routes currently available for recreational use in Langlade County:

  • All County Highways (County highways are named with letters)
  • County forest roads that are open to motor vehicles and not marked as closed.

By Municipal Ordinance the following routes are open to ATV/UTV traffic at this time:

  • All Town Roads within the Towns of Parrish, Elcho, Ainsworth, Summit, Upham, Langlade, Neva, Evergreen, Antigo, Ackley, Rolling, Norwood and Wolf River
  • Primary signed roads in the Village of White Lake, the Town of Peck, and Town of Vilas
  • City of Antigo- All City Roads other than the following are open to ATV/UTV traffic as per City Ordinance except Highway 64 (aka: Century Ave.) and Highway 45 (aka:-Superior Street, South Superior Street and Neva Road).
  • Town of Price- No Town roads are open

Speed limits on roads are at the normal speed of traffic unless otherwise Please respect our marked trail system and stay off the trails. Currently marked trails are primarily snowmobile trails and many cross private lands, please protect those trails. To view Langlade County Roads and Trail Map, click here.  To view a map of roads open in the City of Antigo, click here.

Please ride right, stay on the pavement, and avoid damage to gravel roads. Maintaining undamaged road conditions assists us in keeping the accesses available for you to enjoy, year-round.

We hope you enjoy recreating in Langlade County during this low snow winter and thank you for supporting the economy and businesses of Langlade County!

Al Murray
Langlade County Forestry, Parks and Recreation Administrator


Report Date: December 13, 2023

All City of Antigo streets are considered ATV/UTV routes and open to ATVs/UTVs excluding State Highway 64 (Century Avenue) and US Highway 45 (Superior Street, South Superior Street, and Neva Road) year-round.
 


Report Date: November 27, 2023

THE LANGLADE COUNTY SUMMER ATV/UTV TRAIL SYSTEM INCLUDING ALL STATE-FUNDED TRAILS AND ROUTES ARE SCHEDULED TO CLOSE ON FRIDAY DECEMBER 1, AT 8:00 A.M.

COUNTY HIGHWAY ROAD ROUTES WILL REMAIN OPEN IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LANGLADE COUNTY HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT POLICY. TOWN ROADWAYS, WHERE DESIGNATED AS OPEN, WILL REMAIN OPEN IN ACCORDANCE WITH VARIOUS TOWN ORDINANCES.


Winter ATV access on snowmobile trails will be authorized by public service announcement when snowmobile trails are open and when required conditions are met.

For more information, please contact Al Murray, Forest Administrator or Cody Brauner, ATV Coordinator at 715-627-6300.

The Langlade County ATV/UTV clubs including the Parrish Highlanders ATV Club, Wolf River Riders ATV Club, White Lake ATV Club, and Antigo ATV Club, and sponsors and operators of the existing trails, have put in many volunteered hours of brushing, signing, and trail work to provide ATV/UTV trails for your use in 2023. Please thank them for their efforts and patronized their business sponsors.

We hope that you enjoyed the Langlade County trail system in 2023 and thank you for supporting the economy and businesses of Langlade County!

Al Murray
Langlade County Forest Administrator


Download the newest Langlade County ATV/UTV map.

Visit the DNR Website at http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/atv/ for rules and regulations.

These trails are mostly on land owned and managed by Langlade County. Trails were developed and are maintained by Langlade County Forestry & Recreation Department and four local ATV/UTV clubs. There are over 106 miles of trail connected by several routes. The trail is very scenic and traverses glacial moraines, upland hardwoods, cedar swamps, and small rivers and lakes. The terrain is slightly rolling to very hilly, and links to the Lincoln, Oneida, Forest, and Oconto County ATV trails. For more information on the Langlade County ATV/UTV trail system click the link.

UTV Rules & Regulations

Hiking
Gartzke Flowage Recreation Area
Date of Report: March 28, 2024
After the 12 inches of snow and then rain this week, the Gartzke Recreational Area's trails are snow-covered and firm.  There is a 4-6 inch base and some icy spots. The parking lot was plowed. There are no current logging operations being conducted. Click here to read the public service announcement on the logging activity.
    
The trails at Gartzke Flowage are always open, so you will not see a "trails closed" announcement. 

Antigo Bike and Ski Club volunteers maintain the facilities year-round.  All donations are appreciated to help the Club maintain and make improvements on the property, owned by Langlade County. Donations can be mailed to Becky Frisch, Treasurer, 711 E. 8th Ave, Antigo, WI 54409.

The Gartzke Flowage Recreation Area offers trails that are very scenic and traverse through a Norway Pine plantation, upland hardwood, and cedar swamps along the flowage. Depending upon rain, the cedar swamp conditions will normally be easily hiked/biked in the summer.  Several spring seeps dot the landscape and add to the natural beauty of the area. Trails are great for hikers in the spring, summer, and fall, while in the winter, the trails are used for snowshoeing or cross-country skiing. 
 
Location:
W6379 Fifth Ave
Antigo, WI 54409

The trail is located entirely on Langlade County property east of Antigo off 5th Avenue Road.
Length:
5.5 miles in length and has a variety of trails for all abilities.

Gartzke Flowage Recreation Map

Hunter Walking Trails
Date of Report: November 22, 2023
The Hunter Walking Trails are in good condition. Expect long grass as the trail has not been mowed this year. Be aware of hunters in the area.
 
Hunter Walking Trails has 24 miles of primarily forest roads that have been widened, mowed, and maintained annually.  The trails are not groomed and leveled walking trails. The area is primarily aspen forests with intermixed hardwood ridges and swamps. This block of county forest is focused on creating an ideal habitat for whitetail deer, ruffed grouse, American woodcock, and other "young forest" wildlife species.  Accessible off of County Highway T, Jack Lake Firelane, Camp 23 Road, and Stevens Springs Grade.
 
 

Ice Age National Scenic Trail - Langlade County Segments
 
All five Ice Age Trail segments in Langlade County are open for hiking but conditions may vary on segments or time. The Langlade County Ice Age Chapter in-depth trail report is on its website at https://www.iceagetrail.org/get-involved/volunteer/chapters/langlade-county/. Due to situations beyond the control of the Langlade County Ice Age Trail Chapter, conditions are constantly changing. For trip planning, check the Climate Prediction Center's website https://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/predictions/814day/index.php for a future projection of weather conditions in the area.  

Langlade County boasts 50 miles of the thousand-mile Ice Age National Scenic Trail, divided into five segments:  9.5 miles Kettlebowl, 12 miles Lumbercamp, 12 miles Summit Moraine, 8 miles Highland Lakes, and 12 miles Parrish Hills. Parking areas are located at Kettlebowl Recreation Area, Sherry Road, County Hwy A, Camp Susan Recreation Area, Townline Lake Trailhead, and Parrish Road/First Lake Road.

Interactive Ice Age National Scenic Trail Map
Ice Age National Scenic Trail Map

Jack Lake Trail at Veteran's Memorial Park
Date of Report: November 22, 2023

The Jack Lake Trail is in good condition.  The trail will be leaf-covered.
 
Jack Lake Trail at Veteran's Memorial Park offers many miles of marked nature trails that feature a loop around an underdeveloped lake and an arboretum with over 500 plant species.
 
 

Moccasin Lake Hiking Trails
Date of Report: April 11, 2024

The Moccasin Ski Trail is in good to fair condition for hiking.  The trail is a little soft in a few areas and a couple of wet areas that people can get around.  A tree is hanging over the trail between Junctions B and C and can be walked under, and where the 3 trails meet by the cabin a tree is across the Luge loop trail and can easily be climbed over.  These trees will be removed when the trail is firmer to allow a vehicle to reach these trees.  Be aware that going down the Luge is eroded. 

The trails at Moccasin Lake are always open, so you will not see a "trails closed" announcement. 

The trail oversees two river basins; the Prairie flowing west, and the Hunting flowing east. On the eastern leg, the view overlooks a vast black spruce swamp that extends all the way to and beyond Elcho. The far end offers three fun hills; the Luge, the Expressway, and the Muskellunge.  
Location:
The trail is located entirely on Langlade County property north of Antigo off Moccasin Lake Road.
Length:
8.9 miles in length and offers a variety of trails for all abilities.

Moccasin Lake Trail Map
 

Noboken School Forest
The Noboken School Forest is a 168-acre site that is open to the public. Noboken School Forest has several different habitat types including a tamarack swamp, a small pond, and a 27-acre lake, Noboken Lake.  

Location:
Noboken School Forest is located 12-miles north of Antigo off of State Hwy. 45 on County Highway J to the east (the road that goes to Jake Lake/Veterans Memorial Park). Travel 1⁄2 mile on Hwy J and turn right at the gated logging road (about 1⁄4 mile after the power lines). There is a sign at the gate that says, “Antigo School Forest Education Shelter”. Follow the logging road to the shelter. 

Length:
2.42 miles in length

Noboken School Forest Trail Map

Springbrook Trail
Date of Report: February 22, 2024
 
Springbrook Trail is in good condition and is clear of snow. 
 
Please Note: the City of Antigo does not staff on the weekend. Any snow occurring in the evening hours or on the weekend will be taken care of during regular business hours.
 
The City of Antigo has a walking trail. This two-plus-mile trail is 10-foot-wide and is constructed out of a combination of asphalt, boardwalk, and wood-chip paths along Antigo Lake and Spring Brook before meandering through forests. The trail has 420' of low-level boardwalk and 1,800 of raised boardwalk along Spring Brook waterway.  There are four overlooks and two bridges constructed with funds and labor provided by Inland Lakes, the City of Antigo, and the Antigo Rotary Club.  The Springbrook Trail is cleared during the winter, so take advantage of the paved trail to walk, run, and enjoy our community. 

Location:
The trailhead is on Fourth Avenue in Antigo, east of Hwy 45. You can also access the trail off Virginia Street, north of Hwy 64/Fifth Avenue, or park behind North Elementary School. 
Length:
2.5 miles of paved trail and just over 1 mile of rough trail

Springbrook Trail Map
Click here to view trail amenities.
 

Wolf River State Trail
Date of Report: August 18, 2023
The Wolf River State Trail is in good condition.

The Wolf River State Trail offers 33.4 miles of trail to hike from White Lake to Lake Metonga in Forest County along the former Wisconsin Central railroad corridor. The Wolf River State Trail is non-motorized in summer from White Lake to Lily, but please be aware that from Lily to Lake Metonga the trail is a multi-use trail. ATVers are allowed on the Wolf River State Trail from Lily to Lake Metonga.
 
Cycling/Mountain Biking
Antigo Single Track Mountain Bike Trail
Date of Report: March 26, 2024
The Antigo Single Track Trail at the old dump is open but snow-covered. The trail will be soft and muddy once the snow melts. Please stay off the trail when muddy. This will reduce rutting and erosion of trails which often occurs when the soil is saturated. Protecting recreation trails during this time reduces the likelihood of repairs and future trail closures during the high-use season.
 
You will enjoy five loops of rolling hills and beautiful scenery. Close to shopping, food, and additional recreational opportunities.
Location: N1985 Dump Road (a little south of Antigo). Trailhead is located right before the entrance to the old city dump.
Length: 3.5 miles in length

Antigo Single Track Mountain Bike Trail Map
 

Springbrook Trail
Spring/Summer Report: The Springbrook Trail in Antigo is in good condition.  The City of Antigo also has an on-road Bike Route that is in good condition.

The City of Antigo has a new walking/biking trail. The trail is a combination of asphalt, boardwalk and wood chip paths along Antigo Lake and Spring Brook before meandering through forests.
Location:
The trailhead is on Fourth Avenue in Antigo, east of Hwy 45.
Length:
2 plus miles in length with a 10-foot-wide trail.

Antigo Walking/Biking Trail Map

Gartzke Flowage Recreation Area
Date of Report: March 28, 2024
After the 12 inches of snow and then rain this week, the Gartzke Recreational Area's trails are snow-covered and firm.  There is a 4-6 inch base and some icy spots. The parking lot was plowed. No current logging operations are being conducted.
 
The trails at Gartzke Flowage are always open, so you will not see a "trails closed" announcement. 

Antigo Bike and Ski Club volunteers maintain the facilities year-round.  All donations are appreciated to help the Club maintain and make improvements on the property, owned by Langlade County. Donations can be mailed to Becky Frisch, Treasurer, 711 E. 8th Ave, Antigo, WI 54409.

The Gartzke Flowage Recreation Area offers trails that are very scenic and traverse through a Norway Pine plantation, upland hardwood, and cedar swamps along the flowage. Depending upon rain, the cedar swamp conditions will normally be easily hiked/biked in the summer.  Several spring seeps dot the landscape and add to the natural beauty of the area. Trails are great for mountain/ fat tire bikers in the spring, summer and fall. Fat tire bikes are not allowed on the trail in the winter.

Location:
W6379 Fifth Ave
Antigo, WI 54409

The trail is located entirely on Langlade County property east of Antigo off 5th Avenue Road.
Length:
5.5 miles in length and has a variety of trails for all abilities.

Gartzke Flowage Recreation Trail Map
 
 

Jack Lake Mountain Bike Trail in Veteran's Memorial Park
Date of Report: April 11, 2024
The Jack Lake Mountain Bike Trail remains closed for all activities. The trails are very wet and soft. The trail will be reassessed once the ground firms up.
 
Veteran's Memorial Park offers 12 miles of fast and flowing single and double-track mountain biking trails. Whether you're a first-time biker or a longtime shredder, these trails have something for everyone. The trail weaves its course through changing scenery of northern hardwood, aspen, and conifer forest types. The trail also meanders along three undeveloped glacier lakes, wetlands, and bogs.

Location:
​Veteran's Memorial Park/Jack Lake
N8375 Park Road
Deerbrook, WI 54424

The trailhead is located within Langlade County's Veteran's Memorial Park 15 miles north of Antigo. Once in the park, the trailhead is located in the southwest corner of the parking lot before entering the campgrounds.
Length:
The trail is 12 miles in length.

Jack Lake Mountain Bike Trail Map
 

Moccasin Lake Trail
Date of Report: April 11, 2024
The Moccasin Ski Trail is in good to fair condition for mountain biking.  The trail is a little soft in a few areas and a couple of wet areas one can get around.  A tree is hanging over the trail between Junctions B and C and can be walked under, and where the 3 trails meet by the cabin a tree is across the Luge loop trail and can easily be climbed over.  These will be removed when the trail is firmer to allow a vehicle to reach these trees.  Going down the Luge is eroded and for biking it is better to walk your bike. 

The trail oversees two river basins; the Prairie flowing west, and the Hunting flowing east. On the eastern leg, the view overlooks a vast black spruce swamp that extends all the way to and beyond Elcho. The far end offers three fun hills; the Luge, the Expressway, and the Muskellunge.

Location:
The trail is located entirely on Langlade County property north of Antigo off Moccasin Lake Road.
Length:
5.5 miles in length and offers a variety of trails for all abilities.

Moccasin Lake Trail Map
 

Nicolet Roche Bike Trail
Date of Report: March 19, 2024
The Nicolet Roche Trail is closed for the spring break-up. Seasonal closures reduce rutting and erosion of trails which often occurs when the soil is saturated. Protecting recreation trails during this time reduces the likelihood of repairs and future trail closures during the high-use season. 

USDA Forest Service announces annual seasonal trail and road closures to motorized, equestrian, and bicycle use in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest now through May 1, 2024

In the interest of public safety and to ensure the integrity of trails, the USDA Forest Service has authorized an emergency closure for the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. Use by all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), utility task vehicles (UTVs), equestrian, and bicycles will be prohibited on trails and routes identified in the Forest Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUMs), effective immediately through May 1, 2024 per order # 09-13-24-01.

With less snow this winter and warm temperatures thawing soils, recreational trails are soft, muddy, and vulnerable to substantial rutting. Trails will be closed until May 1, 2024, to protect the tread from lasting damage.

The Saul Springs segment from Highway 64 north to Eickhoff Road will require a considerable amount of work to bring back online after logging and wind damage. Keep checking back for when this section will open.
Map and trail information is on the kiosks by the Boulder Lake trailhead and the Hwy 64 trail access just east of Langlade. The new kiosk at the Hwy 64 location has a large-scale map and trail information. All new trail map boards have also been installed at various trail junctions. 

The challenging Nicolet Roche Mountain Bike Trail, located in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, is a single-track trail that incorporates natural features sure to keep the excitement level up.
Location:
On the south end at Boulder Lake Campground & Boat Landing 1.8 miles northeast of Hwy 55 via Cty WW and Forest Road 2116. On the north end on Hwy 64, 3.3 miles east of Langlade.
Length:
14 miles total with 13 miles of single-track.

Nicolet Roche Bike Trail Map
 

Wolf River State Mountain Bike Trail
Date of Report: August 18, 2023
The Wolf River State Trail is in good condition.

The Wolf River State Trail offers 33.4 miles of trail to mountain bike from White Lake to Lake Metonga in Forest County. The Wolf River State Trail follows along the former Wisconsin Central railroad corridor and is adjacent to the Wolf River. The trail is non-motorized in summer from White Lake to Lily, but from Lily to Lake Metonga the Wolf River State Trail is motorized. The trail is gravel based in Langlade County and may be rough or soft in sections so the tread is more suitable for mountain or gravel bicycles. 

Location:
Parking is available in downtown White Lake along Highway M/Lake Street near the intersection with Maple Street.
Length:
From Wallrich Rd parking lot to West Hollister Rd is 4.9 miles and West Hollister Rd to Lily parking lot is 5.7 miles.  The total non-motorized section of trail from Wallrich Rd to Lily is 10.6 miles with 33.4 total miles of trail from White Lake to Lake Metonga in Forest County. For more information on the Wolf River State Trail, click here.
 
Kayaking/Rafting
Wolf River Report
Find out water levels here for the Wolf River in Langlade County.

Section 3


Section 4
Fishing
Fishing Reports
LANGLADE COUNTY FISHING REPORTS

With 841 natural lakes, 225 streams and 200 spring ponds, Langlade County provides unlimited fishing opportunities from pan fish to musky. Many of the lakes have public launch access. However, most County lakes are small (less than 100 acres) and are located in remote forest settings. The nearly 400 miles of trout streams support excellent populations of brook, brown and rainbow trout.

Eastern Langlade County is also home to one of the finest trout streams in the Midwest. The Wolf River offers excellent dry-fly fishing, especially in May and June, with good catches into autumn. The famed trout waters occur in a 40-mile section between Highway T, south to Highway M, and are divided into 10 public access points. This section of the river has a steep gradient creating numerous complex rapids and should only be navigated by experienced anglers. From Post Lake Dam to Highway T, the river is slow moving and is easy to float with a canoe. Anglers will find good populations of northern pike, walleye, bass and musky.
 
Horse Trails
Crocker Hills Horseback Riding Trails
The Crocker Hills Horseback Riding Trails are located on Langlade County property and private property east of Antigo off Fraley Road. It is approximately 20 miles in length. Offers a variety of trails and scenic beauty. The horse trail is located between Norway Lake and Evergreen Creek. In the northwestern portion of the trail steep hills and valleys afford the rider beautiful vistas of the northern hardwood complex. The trail facilities include a parking area at the trailhead west of Fraley Road and a restroom.

Crocker Hills Horse Trail Map
 

Moccasin Lake Riding Trail
Date of Report: March 29, 2024
As of Friday, March 29, 2024, Moccasin Trail had 2 to 4 inches of snow over most of the trail and in the woods.  All the winter grooming equipment has been stored for the summer and we will not do any grooming. Low areas in general were not filled with water, water has not run down the Luge, but the trail will probably be soft, especially where the loggers were on the ski trail last summer. The trail report has seen fresh tracks of deer, mice, turkey, partridge, coyotes, and wolf, but no signs of bear.

Located west of Elcho on the existing cross-country ski trail and adjoining forest roads. This area features a variety of rolling terrain and is highlighted by two river basins. Facilities include a parking area, restrooms, and a warming shelter.

Moccasin Lake Horse Trail Map

Popple Ridge Trail
Date of Report: August 18, 2023

The Popple Ridge Horseback Riding Trail is closed due to the July 19, 2019 storm damage. It is not known when it will re-open. For more information on Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest 2019 Storm Damage, click here.  There has been no update from the Forest Service on an anticipated opening date.

The Popple Ridge Trail is located in the eastern end of Langlade County off Hwy 55 and the Sawyer Lake Road area in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. The trail is approximately 16 miles in length is divided into three loops. This area also features a variety of rolling terrain. Public access is available near Nine Mile Resort off of Hwy 55.

Popple Ridge Trail Map
Dog Park
City of Antigo Dog Park
Date of Report:  February 22, 2024

The Antigo Dog Park parking is open. Due to the warm temperatures, the parking lot is muddy.
 
Please note that the Langlade County Humane Society will be using the Small Dog section in the park on Mondays* from 9 am-Noon to let their dogs run and play. *(This may not be every Monday).  While the Humane Society dogs are there, the Small Dog Area will be closed to the public. LCHS will have signs posted while they are there to remind users that the area is closed.
 

The Dog Park is located off of Century Avenue or the new Hwy 64 bypass (Address: 2000 Hwy 64, Antigo, WI 54409). This area was formally a landfill but has since been capped. It will now be utilized as a space for owners and their pets to enjoy socializing and off-leash time within an expansive and beautiful fenced-in area.

The park features a separate small dog area (approximately 2 acres), various access gates to enter and exit the park, and various trails and open spaces that will be mowed throughout the summer season.
 
Hunting
Hunting in Langlade County
Whether you carry a shotgun, rifle, or bow, and with over 126,000 acres of territory open for public hunting you will find unlimited opportunities in Langlade County’s diverse forests and watersheds. Wildlife available to hunt includes deer and bear, ruffed grouse & woodcock, squirrel, rabbit, turkey, and waterfowl. Predator hunting is also a big sport in Langlade County. Hunting, as well as many other non-motorized activities, is allowed on all county lands entered into the County Forest Crop Law, private and industrial lands entered into the Forest Crop Law or Managed Forest Lands Law, and designated State of Wisconsin lands.

These lands can be accessed from any road found on the official County Road Map. Access beyond these official roads, by motorized vehicle, is a matter of rules and policies approved by each entity. The many roads that bisect these lands are open to foot access and some are open to motorized access (see chart).

Tree Stands
No person shall construct, cause to be constructed, use, or occupy any permanent elevated scaffold or other permanent elevated device, commonly referred to as a tree stand, on any lands owned or under the control of Langlade County. Portable tree stands may be used, provided that they are erected after September 1 and completely removed no later than one week following the close of late archery season, such portable tree stands are not in any manner bolted, nailed, or screwed to the tree and such portable tree stands cause no permanent damage to the trees in which they are placed. The use of nails, screws, spikes, or other devices to aid in climbing a tree is prohibited. The cutting of shooting lanes is prohibited. Tree stands found in violation of this section may be removed and will become the property of Langlade County.

Langlade County Forest
Tree Stands- Portable tree stands only. September 1 thru January 7 only. No Screws, spikes, or nails.
Ground Blinds- Must be constructed of natural materials only. No cutting of live trees or shooting lanes.
ATV & Vehicle Use- Prohibited on all gated, locked, bermed, or posted areas.

State of Wisconsin Land Ownership
Tree Stands- Portable stands only. Must be removed daily.
Ground Blinds- Must be constructed of natural materials only. Daily removal is required.
ATV & Vehicle Use- Restricted unless on designated ATV posted trail.

Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest
Safety Note: Due to the July 19th storm, the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest is open to visitors; however, hazards exist from the storm event that may pose a safety risk to hunters/visitors.  Since the storm, the Forest has been in recovery mode, facilitating several timber sales and initiating a National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) analysis. Visitors are reminded that many hazards exist from the storm event that may pose a safety risk. Visitors should refer to the closure order for recreation areas, trails, and roads that were damaged by the storm event and be mindful in order to ensure safety.  Visit the Chequamegon-Nicolet Nation Forest page for more information by clicking here
Tree Stands- Portable tree stands only. No cutting of live trees. Can erect one day before hunting season. Must be removed at the end of late bow hunting season. No nails, screws, screw-in steps, etc.
Ground Blinds- Made from natural vegetation only. No cutting of live vegetation. Must be removed after the season.
ATV & Vehicle Use- No ATV use. Street legal vehicles only on forest roads unless gated or bermed.

Langlade County Recreation Map

Langlade County Bow & Gun Range
Date of Report: March 8, 2024

Attention all outdoor enthusiasts in Langlade County! We are excited to announce that the Langlade County Bow & Gun Range will be opening its gates two weeks ahead of schedule, on March 18th, 2024. This early opening is made possible by the exceptionally warm weather and the availability of our dedicated staff. Hours of operation will be daily from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM.

Take advantage of this opportunity to enjoy the range earlier than expected, whether you're a seasoned marksman or a beginner eager to improve your skills. The extended opening season provides an excellent chance to dust off your equipment, practice your aim, and engage in a safe and enjoyable outdoor experience.

For your convenience, we offer two pass options to make your experience at the Langlade County Bow & Gun Range even more accessible:
  1. Daily Passes
    • Cost: $5 per day (cash or check only).
    • Purchase: Available onsite at the Langlade County Bow & Gun Range
  2. Annual Passes
    • Cost: $30 for the year (at this time, cash or check only).
    • Purchase: Obtain your annual pass at the Langlade County Forestry, Parks, and Recreation Department offices located at 1633 Neva Road, Antigo, WI 54409. This annual pass provides unlimited access to the range during normal operating times throughout the year, allowing you to make the most of the extended opening season. Take advantage of this cost-effective option and enjoy the convenience of having your pass ready whenever you wish to visit the range.
Please be mindful of safety regulations and follow all range rules to ensure a secure environment for everyone. Whether you're into archery or firearms, let's make this season at the Langlade County Bow & Gun Range a memorable one.

Get ready for a fantastic early start to the outdoor shooting season on March 18th, 2024. We look forward to seeing you there!

Stay safe and have a blast!

Sincerely,
Jason Polley - Langlade County Parks and Recreation Coordinator
Ice Skating
Outdoor Skating Rinks
Date of Report: February 22, 2024

Peaceful Valley Heinzen Pavilion Rink (figure skaters and non-hockey skaters): Peaceful Valley Heinzen Pavilion Rink is in poor condition. The warming house is closed for the season.  The warming house is available for reservations.
 
The City of Antigo Park and Rec crews will open and close the garage doors based on the snow forecast, and conditions.  If the garage doors are closed, the walk-through access doors on east and west ends of the building are open. Benches have been placed for sitting and putting on skates.

Peaceful Valley Hockey Rink: Peaceful Valley Heinzen Hockey Rink and the warming house are closed for the season. The warming house is available for reservations.
 
When open, lights for the hockey rink will be on until 8:30 pm daily.

The ice trail connecting the rinks and the warming house will be developed when the conditions allow. 

Peaceful Valley Warming House: Peaceful Valley Warming House is closed. 
When open, the warming house is open from 7:00 am – 8:30 pm.  The doors lock at 8:30 pm, so please be sure to have all personal items out of the Warming House prior to 8:30 pm.
 
Peaceful Valley Ice Rinks and Warming House are located at 420 Field Street (near the community-built playground). 

Please Note: the City of Antigo does not staff on the weekend or holidays.  Any snow occurring in the evening hours or on the weekend will be removed the next business day.
Fall Color Viewing
Snowmobile Trails
Langlade County Snowmobile
NEWS RELEASE/ PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
LANGLADE COUNTY SNOWMOBILE AND WINTER ATV TRAILS
DATE: March 14, 2024

With the lack of snow and cold weather all winter, Langlade County’s funded snowmobile and winter ATV trails will not open during the remainder of the 2023-24 season, regardless of any potential snowfall by March 31.
 
We would like to extend a thank you to the clubs, volunteers, and landowners that make our trail system possible. We look forward to next winter for a more successful snowmobile and winter ATV season.

Langlade Counties Summer ATV/UTV trail system is anticipated to open earlier than normal this year but remain closed at this time.

Many ATV/UTV road routes are open and available for use. Maps of open ATV/UTV road routes are available by clicking here and scrolling down to the ATV/UTV Map section.

We hope you enjoy recreating in Langlade County and thank you for supporting the economy and businesses of Langlade County!

Al Murray
Langlade County Forestry, Parks and Recreation Administrator
 

NEWS RELEASE/ PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
LANGLADE COUNTY ATV/UTV ROUTES OPEN
 
The Langlade County snowmobile trails and ATV/UTV trails remain closed at this time.

Those that would like to utilize ATV/UTV vehicles should be aware that most of the County has road routes open which allow you to continue to access our businesses. Here are the road routes currently available for recreational use in Langlade County:
  • All County Highways (County highways are named with letters)
  • County forest roads that are open to motor vehicles and not marked as closed.
By Municipal Ordinance the following routes are open to ATV/UTV traffic at this time:
  • All Town Roads within the Towns of Parrish, Elcho, Ainsworth, Summit, Upham, Langlade, Neva, Evergreen, Antigo, Ackley, Rolling, Norwood and Wolf River
  • Primary signed roads in the Village of White Lake, the Town of Peck, and Town of Vilas
  • City of Antigo- All City Roads other than the following are open to ATV/UTV traffic as per City Ordinance except Highway 64 (aka: Century Ave.) and Highway 45 (aka:-Superior Street, South Superior Street and Neva Road).
  • Town of Price- No Town roads are open
Speed limits on roads are at the normal speed of traffic unless otherwise Please respect our marked trail system and stay off the trails. Currently marked trails are primarily snowmobile trails and many cross private lands, please protect those trails.  To view Langlade County Roads and Trail Map, click here.  To view a map of roads open in the City of Antigo, click here.

Please ride right, stay on the pavement, and avoid damage to gravel roads. Maintaining undamaged road conditions assists us in keeping the accesses available for you to enjoy, year-round.

We hope you enjoy recreating in Langlade County during this low snow winter and thank you for supporting the economy and businesses of Langlade County!

Al Murray
Langlade County Forestry, Parks and Recreation Administrator


Date of Report: February 16, 2024

THE ENTIRE LANGLADE COUNTY SNOWMOBILE TRAIL SYSTEM INCLUDING ALL STATE-FUNDED TRAILS IS CLOSED. After contact will our clubs and snowmobile council, Langlade County will not be opening until we get more snow.

The Langlade County Snowmobile Ordinance prohibits snowmobiles and all-terrain vehicles from operating on the trails when the trails are officially closed.

Even though the Langlade County Snowmobile Trail System is closed, the Langlade County Snowmobile Council Ride In and Spanky Mustache Ride are still taking place.  Come by vehicle to help with these fundraising events. 
 

Snowshoeing
Snowshoeing in Langlade County
Packed Snowshoe Trails
Antigo Single Track Mountain Bike Trail - Open for snowshoeing and winter fat biking.  The trail is in poor condition as of February 22, 2024.
This ungroomed winter fat bike and snowshoe trail is close to Antigo and is a great place to ride or snowshoe. The trail consists of loops of rolling hills and beautiful scenery. The trailhead is located at N1985 Dump Rd, Antigo, WI 54409.

Gartzke Flowage
The trail is located entirely on Langlade County property east of Antigo off 5th Avenue Road. It's approximately 5.5 miles in length and has a variety of trails for all abilities. It is managed by the Langlade County Forestry and Recreation Department and the Antigo Bike and Ski Club. The trail is groomed and tracked by the Antigo Bike and Ski Club.

Jack Lake Mountain Bike Trail Map
The trail system is designed for mountain biking but is open to snowshoeing in winter. The trailhead is located within Langlade County's Veteran's Memorial Park.

Moccasin Lake
The trail system is designed for snowshoeing, winter fat biking, and horseback riding. The snowshoe trail starts on the west side of the parking lot. Feel free to make your own trail but please stay off the cross-country ski trail.

Kettlebowl Recreation Area - Track 52 Trailhead
Enjoy snowshoeing on 9 miles of varying hills at Kettlebowl Recreation Area Track 52 Trailhead.  There will be plenty of heart-pumping excitement for you while snowshoeing the wooded trails in the northern Crocker Hills.  Please be aware that you may encounter sled dog teams and skijorers 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.

Back Country Snowshoeing
If Back-country snowshoeing is more your style of snowshoeing, enjoy the 130,000 acres of County forest lands or try one of these signed but ungroomed trails.  Find out what the snow depth is by clicking here

The Game Lake Nature Trail at Veterans Memorial Park/Jack Lake Map
The trail system is designed for hiking, biking, snowshoeing, and horseback riding. Motor vehicles are prohibited on these trials. The trail is on Langlade County property and is managed by the Langlade County Forestry and Recreation Department. The trailhead is located within Langlade County's Veteran's Memorial Park.

Ice Age National Scenic Trail
Langlade County boasts 50 miles of the thousand-mile Ice Age National Scenic Trail that can be snowshoed in the winter. There are 5 segments: 13 miles Kettlebowl, 12 miles Lumbercamp, 9.5 miles Old Railroad, 13.5 miles Highland Lakes and 12 miles Parrish Hills.  Click here for Ice Age National Scenic Trail descriptions, conditions, and reports.  Snow depth along the Ice Age Trail can be found by clicking here.
Sledding
Antigo Sledding Hill
Report: February 26, 2024

The Antigo Sledding Hill is closed due to no snow on the hill.  
 
When open, lights will turn on from dusk to 8:30 pm.

Location: Off First Avenue (between Edison and Dorr Street)
 

Jackalope Slope Sledding Hill
Date of Report: February 26, 2024

Jackalope Slope Sledding Hill is closed due to no snow.  More snow is needed to improve the sledding hill.

NEW in the winter of 2023-2024!  Jackalope Slope Sledding Hill is located at Jack Lake Recreation Area's North Trailhead along County Road J next to the Spychalla Lodge.  The sledding hill is accessible off of the Jack Lake Ski Trail parking lot that is on the curve before entering Veterans Memorial Park.
Downhill Skiing
Kettlebowl Ski Hill
Downhill Report: March 8, 2024

The Kettlebowl Ski Hill is closed for the season.

Kettlebowl Ski Hill is normally open on Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 4 pm when there is enough naturally made snow.  Antigo Ski will be available to rent skis/boots/snowboards when the hill is open.

A huge THANK YOU to all the volunteers who make Kettlebowl so successful all season long!

To map the location: N6875 Hwy 52, Bryant, WI

Lat: 45.2637
Long: -88.9082


Antigo Ski brings a large trailer out to the hill with the rental skis/boots/snowboards. (ANTIGO SKI, 715.623.4300 or 715.350.1002) The normal hours at the hill are 12-4 Sat & Sun when open. They may at times be open during teachers' conventions or holidays. Kettlebowl Ski Hill is located approximately 15 miles northeast of Antigo on Highway 52 or 4 miles southwest of the Highway 52/55 intersection at Lily. There are five rope tows, all runs are intermediate with a bunny/beginner hill. Snowboards are very popular and welcome. Terrain park features are in place on the hill.  New to the terrain park are an 8x8 ft wall and an 8x16 ft butter box. There are no sledding or tubing facilities. Modern chalet with food available. Snowmobilers are welcome, use caution when entering the parking lot & do not travel in front of the chalet, park to the left when entering the parking lot.

General Information: The hill is solely run by volunteers which keeps the cost of having outdoor fun affordable. The hill is open on weekends only, weather permitting. The hill relies on Mother Nature only.....Adults can get lift passes for $10, while all kids under 18 are $5.00.  This is a CASH-ONLY establishment with no ATM on site.

4.3 miles long, includes three loops, groomed for classic skiing.

From Antigo, travel North on Hwy 45 to Hwy I. East on Hwy I to Hwy 52 approximately eight miles.

Cross-Country Skiing
Gartzke Flowage Cross-Country Ski Trail
Date of Report: March 28, 2024
The Antigo Bike and Ski Club will not be grooming the cross-country ski trails for the remainder of this season due to a lack of snow, warm temperatures, and logging operations on the north side of the property.  The trails are open for users.  After the 12 inches of snow and then rain this week, the Gartzke Recreational Area's trails are snow-covered and firm.  There is a 4-6 inch base and some icy spots. The parking lot was plowed. No current logging operations are being conducted. Click here to read the public service announcement on the logging activity.

Antigo Bike and Ski Club volunteers maintain the cross-country trails, snowshoe trails, and facilities year-round.  All donations are appreciated to help the Club maintain and make improvements on the property, owned by Langlade County.  A donation box is located in the Gartzke parking lot or donations can be mailed to Becky Frisch at 711 E. 8th Avenue, Antigo, WI  54409.  Thank you for your support

The trails are always open, so you will not see a "trails closed" announcement.

Trail location: W6379 Fifth Ave, Antigo WI 54409
 
Lat: 45.1326
Long: -89.9641
General Information:
5.5 miles long, designed for all abilities, and groomed for both classic and freestyle. Parking area, restrooms, and a recreation shelter.
From Antigo, travel east on County F. Once past the County Highway S intersection, continue East on Fifth Avenue Road for 2 more miles.

Gartzke Flowage Recreation Area Trail Map

Jack Lake Cross Country Ski Trail
Date of Report: March 22, 2024
Jack Lake Recreation Area - North Trailhead will not be groomed for cross-country skiing again this season. The trail is open to all users.
 
Date of Report: February 26, 2024

Jack Lake Recreation Area - North Trailhead is closed for cross-country skiers as there are many bare spots. The trail is open for hiking.
 
Skiers must have an annual permit issued by the Langlade County Forestry, Parks, and Recreation Department or a daily use permit available at the onsite self-service payment box or an annual pass. Daily cross-country ski user fee of $10 a day for adults, $20 a day for a family or annual passes are $30 for an adult, and $60 for a family. Download the public service announcement for complete details. The mile snowshoe trail and sledding hill do not have a user fee.

The one-mile snowshoe loop is located at the north end of the parking area. Please do not snowshoe on the groomed cross-country ski trail  The cross-country ski trail does allow skijoring and winter fat biking.  Additional winter fat biking and snowshoeing opportunities are available .6 miles down the road at Veteran's Memorial Park.

Trail Location: N8375 Park Road, Deerbrook, WI 54424
Lat: 45.3374
Long: -89.1367

Typically Jack Lake Ski Trails are groomed on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays (Fridays as needed) every week during the winter.

General Information
15 miles long, designed for all abilities, and Piston-Bully groomed for both classic and freestyle. Parking area, restrooms, and a warming shelter.

Location
From Antigo, travel north on Hwy 45 to Hwy J. Turn east on Hwy J and travel approximately 2 miles. Trailhead will be on your left.
715-623-6214

Jack Lake Trail Map

Kettlebowl Cross-Country Ski Trail
Date of Report: March 8, 2024 

Kettlebowl Cross-Country Ski Trail is closed for the season.

The Kettlebowl Cross-Country Ski Trail is groomed and maintained by volunteers.  A donation box is near the chalet by the snowmobile trail.

Snowshoers using the cross-country ski trails, please respect the ski tracks and skating deck. Snowshoers are to walk on the far side of the skate deck.

Please be aware that certain sections are multi-use trails with snowmobilers.  

NOTE: Kettlebowl XC Ski Trail groomers will try to groom every Saturday morning.  In addition, when Kettlebowl Ski Hill is closed, park by the entrance gate.  A new trailhead 100 yards from the entrance gate has been developed. Please be sure to not block the gate.  Click here to view a map.

To map the location: N6875 Hwy 52, Lily WI
Lat: 45.2637
Lon: -88.9082


General Information
4.3 miles long, includes three loops, groomed for classical and skate skiing.

Location
From Antigo, travel North on Hwy 45 to Hwy I. East on Hwy I to Hwy 52 approximately eight miles.

Kettlebowl Cross-Country Ski Trail Map

Maranatha Ski Trail System
Date of Report: February 22, 2024

Maranatha XC Ski Trail is closed for the season. 

The signage on the trails are put up as an old trail was brought back online after the July 19, 2019 storm cleanup, so try out Derecho Lane (formally Widow Maker). Click here to view the map.
 
Trail location: N6120 Sawyer Lake Rd, White Lake, WI 54491
Lat: 45.2479
Lon: -88.7513

General Information

Maintained by Silver Birch Ranch and is open to the public. Nine clearly marked trail loops encompass 6.7 miles of beautiful wooded scenery in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. The trail ranges from beginner to expert levels and is groomed for traditional skiing.

Location
The trailhead begins ½ mile East of Silver Birch Ranch located at N6120 Sawyer Lake Road (4 miles North of Langlade). From Langlade, follow Hwy 55 about 4 miles north to Sawyer Lake Road (FR 2122). Turn right and go about 2 miles. The parking area is at the trailhead on the right (south) side of Sawyer Lake Road.

Maranatha Ski Trail Map

Moccasin Ski Trail
Date of Report: March 29, 2024
​As of Friday, March 29, 2024, Moccasin Trail had 2 to 4 inches of snow over most of the trail and in the woods.  All the winter grooming equipment has been stored for the summer and we will not do any grooming. Low areas in general were not filled with water, water has not run down the Luge, but the trail will probably be soft, especially where the loggers were on the ski trail last summer. The trail report has seen fresh tracks of deer, mice, turkey, partridge, coyotes, and wolf, but no signs of bear.

Moccasin Lake Cross-Country Ski Trail will not be groomed anymore this season because the base is gone.  The gates are closed to the ski trail and the horse trailer parking area to prevent ATV, UTV or vehicles from damaging the trails.  The horse trailer parking area will be opened once the area dries.
 
Skijoring is allowed on the cross-country ski trail. Winter fat biking is allowed on the snowshoe trail, but not on the ski trail.

For information on trail conditions, call Chuck Wetzel (715-275-3068). If anyone does work on the trail like brushing, please contact Chuck Wetzel as we will be receiving a grant again this year for work done on the trail.

General Information
5.5 miles long, designed for all abilities, and groomed for both classic and freestyle skiing. A separate 3.5-mile snowshoe trail accessible from the parking lot allows winter fat biking.  Please do not ride winter fat bikes on the cross-country ski trail.  Parking area, restrooms, and two warming shelters with heat sources and tables.

Location: N11190 Bear Lane, Elcho, WI 54428
From Antigo, travel North on Hwy 45 approximately 18 miles. Turn left onto Enterprise Lake Road. West on Moccasin Lake Road to Bear Road. South on Bear Road one mile to the trailhead.
Lat: 45.4370
Long: -89.1367

Moccasin Ski Trail Map

Springbrook Cross-Country Ski Trail
Date of Report: March 8, 2024

Springbrook Cross-Country Ski Trail is closed for the season, but open to hikers.
 
Snowshoeing and winter fat biking are allowed off to the side of the groomed Springbrook Cross-Country Ski Trail.  Please respect the ski tracks and skiing deck.

Location Trailhead: 300 block of Byrne Street (off of Langlade Road), Antigo WI 54409
Lat: 45.1413
Long: -89.1506

Please Note: the City of Antigo does not staff on the weekend. Any snow occurring in the evening hours or on the weekend will be taken care of during regular business hours.

General Information
The City of Antigo offers two miles of cross-country loops on the Antigo Lake trail. Access is available from the 300 block of Byrne Street, off of Langlade Road, the dead-end of Virginia Street or behind North Elementary School.

Springbrook Cross Country Ski Trail Map
Winter Fat Biking
Jack Lake Mountain Bike Trail in Veteran's Memorial Park
Winter Fat Biking Report:  April 3, 2024
The Jack Lake Mountain Bike Trail is closed.  The trail will be reassessed once the ground firms up.
 
Veteran's Memorial Park offers 10-miles of fast and flowing single and double-track mountain biking trails groomed in the winter for fat biking. Whether you're a first-time biker or a longtime shredder, these trails have something for everyone. The trail weaves its course through changing scenery of northern hardwood, aspen, and conifer forest types. The trail also meanders along three undeveloped glacier lakes, wetlands, and bogs.

Location:
​Veteran's Memorial Park/Jack Lake
N8375 Park Road
Deerbrook, WI 54424
The trailhead is located within Langlade County's Veteran's Memorial Park 15 miles north of Antigo. Once in the park, the trailhead is located in the southwest corner of the parking lot before entering the campgrounds.
Length:
The trail is 12 miles in length.

Jack Lake Mountain Bike Trail Map

Antigo Single Track Mountain Bike Trail
Date of Report:  February 22, 2024
The Antigo Single Track Trail is utilized as a snowshoeing and fat tire bike trail during the winter. Currently, there is limited snow on the ground, but the trail is open but in poor condition.

You will enjoy five loops of rolling hills and beautiful scenery on the Antigo Single Track Mountain Bike trail.  The trail is not groomed in the winter, but the signed trail does allow winter fat biking and snowshoeing.  The trail is close to shopping, food, and additional recreational opportunities as the trail is approximately 2 miles south of Antigo.  

Location: N1985 Dump Road, Antigo, WI. Trailhead is located right before the entrance to the old city dump.
Length: 3.6 miles in length

Antigo Single Track Mountain Bike Trail Map
Skijoring
Crocker Hill Sled Dog Trail
Date of Report: February 22, 2024
Crocker Hills Recreation Area is currently closed until adequate snowfall is received. Unfortunately, there are some big ruts that need more snow to fill them in before the trail will be runnable. Keep doing those snow dances!

Enjoy skijoring on 6-miles of varying hills at Crocker Hill Sled Dog Trail.  There will be plenty of heart-pumping excitement for you and your dog on the wooded trails in the Crocker Hills. Due to the rolling hills, Crocker Hill Sled Dog Trail is an intermediate to advanced skijoring trail.

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.

Trail location: Crocker Hill Sled Dog Trail is located approximately 17 miles east of Antigo on Fraley Road in Four Corners. The trailhead is exactly 1.5 miles north of Hwy 64.  

For more information on Crocker Hills Sled Dog Trail, go to their website by clicking here.
 

Track 52
Date of Report: March 8, 2024
Track 52 Sled Dog Trail system is CLOSED for the season.

The 9 miles of varying hills at Track 52 are groomed in cooperation with the Langlade County Forestry Department. Due to the rolling hills, Track 52 is an intermediate to advanced skijoring trail. Trails are marked when open to skijoring and sled dog teams. 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.

Trail Markers:
  • Yellow indicates caution areas.
  • Red indicates a turn (red marker on the right side of the trail indicates a right turn, the left side of the trail indicates a left turn, and red markers on both sides of the trail indicate 2 choices.
  • Blue Diamonds are confidence markers & display loop names.
The parking lot is plowed in winter. Food & restroom facilities are available on winter weekends when Kettlebowl Ski Hill (approximately 3/4 mile from the trailhead) is open from noon to 4 pm.

Trail location: 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).  
Lat: 45.263985
Long: -88.926659

Track 52 Trail Map