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    Snowmobile Trail Conditions

    Sno Gypsies 2/22/2019

    Groomed all of our trails last night, Trails are fantastic enjoy we have a base around 14 inches and more to come , Many sleds hitting the trails already enjoy from the Gypsies Thank You. We have the BIG ride with the AWSC Miss Snowflake leaving from AJ’s in Park Falls At 10 Tomorrow. Take a ride with us….

    Eisenstein Bushwackers 2/22/2019

    All Bushwacker trails where groomed Thursday night. They are very good best in years good base like 14 inches enjoy. There are lots of sleds out today all very happy Thank you from the Bushwackers

    Prentice Bush Benders trail report 02/20/2019

    With all the new snow and more coming our trails are all in good to excellent condition. The groomer is out everyday working to provide the best trails possible. Our groomer does run day and night so always be aware and ride with caution in the wooded areas and areas with blind corners. Spring is only 4 weeks from today so get out and enjoy the great trails in all of Price county. As always ride safe and have fun.

    Fifield Sno Drovers 2/20/2019

    All trails are in excellent shape and IT’S SNOWING! The trails have all been groomed, smooth and fully covered with snow. Now is the time to ride!
    Logging continues on Trail 120 south of the big swamp and Fould’s Creek Rd and on Trail 108 between Trail 101 and highway 70. PLEASE TAKE IT SLOW IN THESE AREAS! The loggers report that some snowmobilers have been driving too fast around the logging equipment. We’ve put up additional warning signs, but safety is up to you. We don’t want any of you to become statistics, so go slow and beware of ice where the trails have been plowed.

    Elk River Pioneers 2/20/2019

    All area trails have been groomed and are in excellent condition. Watch out on soo lake in the narrows someone plowed across trail!

    Lugerville chasers 2/20/2019

    Trails are being groomed twice a week and are in excellent condition. Most of our trails are privately owned so Please stay on marked trails.

    NorthWoods Hi-Riders 2/18/2019

    The trails around the Solberg Lake area were all great for the busy weekend we had. The groomers will be out to keep them in excellent shape. They have a good base and plenty of snow to groom with. There is short section on Trail 102 along the Squaw Creek Wildlife area that has some woods machinery working along it. Be Cautious, Ride Safe.

    Kennan/ Catawba Driftsplitters 2/6/2019

    We will have all trails groomed and in very good shape by Thursday. There is logging on trail 94 and on trail 181 between intersection 100 and intersection 101. With the good snow we got all trails will be groomed twice a week.

  • Cross-Country Ski, Snowshoe, Skijor & Fat Tire Bike Trail Report

    Snowshoeing, fat biking and skijoring is allowed on some trail systems during cross-country ski season. However, trail managers ask that these trail users stay off of the classic tracked portions of trail. Thank you! 

    The Flambeau Hills Ski Trail 2/20/2019

    is 15 miles long with loops and trail links.The ski trail has been groomed for skate and classic cross country skiing and has been tracked Tuesday February 19th at 2:00p.m.

    Snowshoe Trails: Lake of the Pines Nature Trail, Little Falls/Slough Gundy Scenic Area, Sobieski Wildlife Area and Bass Lake Wilderness Area are just to name a few of the trails in the Forest. Some of these trails can be a real challenge. Get those snowshoes out!


    Phillips School Forest Trail (skate & classic xc-ski, snowshoe,& fat tire bike) - 2/20/2019

    The trails are in excellent condition. Last night the TWO Shoes Snow Shoe group walked the trails and they are fantastic.

    Holy Cross 2/10/2019

    Trail was rolled on Friday, 2/8/19, groomed and tracked on Sunday, 2/10/19. The trailer has a firm base and the track set well. Sunday's snow will fill the track some but it should still be defined to provide good skiing for the next several days until the next mid-week snow event.

    Wintergreen Ski Trail 2/14/2019

    Trails were rolled/packed at Wintergreen yesterday and will try to be groomed again today. The snow is really deep and difficult to work with. Given that it is a holiday weekend though, The intent is to have A and B loops groomed and tracked by the end of the day, and possibly C loop. Monday is also a fee free day on the National Forest, so day use passes are not required.

    Timm’s Hill Trail 2/21/2019

    Received 6 “ of new snow. Will be groomed today.

    Squaw Creek/Solberg Lake Ski Trail 2/14/2019

    The Squaw Creek/Solberg Lake Ski Trail was packed, groomed and tracked Wednesday morning, 2/13/19. Once the trail sets up, skiing will be great. This is a nice trail for snowshoeing as well but please use care not to snowshoe on the (2) parallel tracks used by skiers. The trailer is groomed wide enough to easily accommodate both activities


    Palmquist Farm (skate & classic xc-ski, snowshoe, & skijor)

    SNOW REPORT: Our trails are in perfect condition for fresh grooming. There are 3 inches of cold light snow on top of a hard packed base. The groomer was making tracks today and will be out again tomorrow.



    Ice Fishing & Hunting Guide Reports

     The Flambeau River and the surrounding lakes in the State Forest such as: Connors, Lake of the Pines,(walleye, bass, musky, crappies, northern and panfish) Bass Lake (largemouth bass, panfish), Swamp, Pelican, Mason and Evergreen Lakes, are great places to fish. The lakes are ice covered with 20+ inches of ice.   Folks are placing their buckets, ice shanty’s and ice tents in strategic positions and heaters are a desired commodity out on the ice with the frigid temperatures we are experiencing.  They have been fishing for walleye on Connors Lake and crappies on Lake of the Pine with some success.  Mason and Evergreen Lakes are being fished for crappie, walleye and perch.  To learn more about ice safety, go to the DNR website and type in “ice safety”.

    If you need more information about the FRSF, call us at 715-332-5271 ext.111 or email us at:  diane.stowell@wisconsin.gov .



    ATV, UTV & Off-Road Motorcycle Trail Report   



    • Flambeau Trail System (70 miles) ~ OPEN May 1 through March 15 - Report date 12/26/18 -  This report will be updated once Federal funding has been restored (once the partial government shutdown is over). Trail manager - Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest - 715-762-2461. 
    • Georgetown Trail (15.8 miles) ~ OPEN May 1 through March 14 -  Report date 12/26/18 - The Georgetown Trail is in good condition for ATV, UTV and Off-road Motorcycle riding. Trail manager - Price County Forestry & Parks Department  - 715-339-6371.
    • Pine Line / Price-Taylor Rail Trail/Prentice Area ~ CLOSED -  The Price County section of the trail allows ATV and UTV use December through March 31 when snowmobile trails are officially open and the temperature is 28 degrees or colder. Click here to find Taylor County contact information for inquiries regarding their open and close dates or call 715-748-1486. 
    • Solberg Trail (9.5 miles) ~ CLOSED FOR REPAIR - Open May 1 through March 14 - The Solberg trail is completely closed due to bridge repair. The repairs should be completed for the May 1, 2019 spring opening. Trail manager - Price County Forestry & Parks Department  - 715-339-6371.  
    • Tuscobia  State Trail (64 miles) ~ PRICE COUNTY SECTION IS CLOSED FOR THE 2018 SEASON - Open April 16 through November 15 - Click for a trail report   

    https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/parks/name/tuscobia/Trail manager - Natural Resources Property Supervisor - 715-669-4342.


    • Flambeau River State Forest Trail (38 miles) ~ CLOSED FOR THE 2018 SEASON -  Open May 15 through November 15. Trail manager - Flambeau River State Forest - 715-332-5271. 

    DNR Conservation Wardens reminder to ATV and UTV riders: “Wear it, Wisconsin!”

    MADISON - With more crashes involving all-terrain and utility-terrain vehicles this late summer state conservation wardens are urging all operators and riders to remember safety steps. Wisconsin has seen 16 fatal crashes involving all-terrain and utility-terrain vehicles this year.

    Outdoor Report - 1/17/2019