ALL TRAILS LEAD TO & FROM THE PARK FALLS AREA!
The Park Falls Area proudly offers a wide variety of trail experiences that will captivate every snowmobiler! Ride on hundreds of connected miles of trails from Park Falls.
Some of the local clubs:
- Catawba Driftsplitters
- Elk River Pioneers, ltd
- Eisenstein Bushwackers
- Fifield Sno-Drovers
- Lugerville Chasers
- Northwoods Hi-Riders
- Northwoods Riders
- Park Falls Sno-Gypsies
- Phillips Chaparrals
- Prentice Bushbenders
Please help the local clubs by patronizing the local sponsors.
Tuscobia Trail – 74 miles – Open: December 12 when permittining
Snowmobile, Hike, Bike, Horseback Ride along the Tuscobia Trail.
The Tuscobia State Trail is an abandoned rail corridor turned recreational trail. It is the connecting bloodline to several other area trails. The trailhead in Park Falls offers convenient loading/unloading ramp and ample parking along with bathrooms, pavilion and playground. Riders can travel from Park Falls non-stop to Birchwood located on the western-most edge of Sawyer County.
Dead Horse Run Trail – 62 miles – Open: May 1-March 14
ATVs/UTVs up to 50″ wide, Off-road Motorcycles, Hike, Bike, Snowmobiles, Horseback Riding
The Dead Horse Run Trail offers a vast array of terrain types. Much of the trail has firm tread however, there is some rugged terrain and some sections go through wet soils where pools of water may even be present. Try it if you feel you are up to the challenge!
Flambeau River State Forest Trail
The Flambeau River State Forest Trail gives access to 90,000 acres of forest The Flambeau land along two branches of the scenic Flambeau River.
The Georgetown Trail is located entirely in the Price County Forest, with a mostly gravel surface. It meanders through a variety of forest types. Parking areas with loading/unloading ramp are located on both the north and south ends of the trail.
Pine Line Trail (winter only trail)
The trail is a 26-mile abandoned railroad grade open to ATVs and UTVs in the winter only when trails are declared officially open to snowmobiles and the temperature is below 28 degre
WISCONSIN REGISTRATION & TRAIL PASS INFORMATION:
Wisconsin Residents are required to obtain a Wisconsin Snowmobile Registration; Non-Residents are required to obtain a Wisconsin Snowmobile Trail Pass prior to operating an all-terrain vehicle on any trail or route. Registrations and Trail Passes can be obtained three easy ways:
- Quickly and conveniently go online to register using a credit card by clicking here for the DNR Online Registrations Page;
- Purchased over the counter at many DNR Authorized Sales Locations. Click here to find an Authorized Sales Location; or
- By calling WDNR at 1-888-WDNRINFO (1-888-936-7463 FREE).
For additional information on Registrations/Trail Passes, click here to visit the Wisconsin DNR page.