Marinette County has over 600 miles of snowmobile trails for you to explore. The trails are scenic, wide, well-groomed, and clearly marked. The trail system opens anytime after Dec. 15th each year depending on the snow conditions.
While you may never travel ALL of Wisconsin's 25,000 miles of scenic, interconnected snowmobile trails, you may be tempted to try! In Marinette County, we have hundreds of miles of trails of our own, all tied into the statewide system. Many of them will take you right to the doorstep of your resort or lodging accommodations.
Snowmobiling gets more popular every year in our area, as visitors discover this area's vast interconnected network of well-cared-for trails.
Marinette County is blessed with a whole army of volunteers organized in clubs which maintain hundreds of miles of snowmobile trails everywhere in the county. There are 7 distinct trail systems these clubs work to provide...and thanks to them...we can ALL enjoy the ride!
3/13/18---MARINETTE COUNTY ALLIANCE TRAIL UPDATE
The entire Marinette County ATV Trail System will be closed to all vehicles effective Monday, March 19, 2018 and until further notice. This closure is required to protect the soft trail bed from erosion damage caused by ATV’s and other vehicles during spring breakup. ATV trails will re-open when conditions warrant.
DUN-GOOD RIDERS: Trails are in fair/good condition. Base is still good in most areas. We will be grooming thru the week. Some dirt in logging areas. The pipeline trail going south from Goodman to Silver Cliff is in poor condition for sleds but OK for ATV's & UTV's. Come join us for possibly the last ride of the season on St. Patrick's Day week end! Our trails will remain open until we must close for the spring break up.
NEAR NORTH: This will be my last trail report for this winter season. We are no longer grooming the trails. Too many bare area's and standing water. Our trail sections are still open for ATV's and UTV's until they close for the spring break up period. ATV's & UTV's are not allowed on all of our trails so follow the signs!
PEMENEE RIVER RIDERS: Trails are poor condition for sleds, lots of bare spots, standing water and ice. We're not able to groom now due to the weight limits on the town roads. Trails are open and will remain open for ATV's & UTV's until the County closes all the trails for the spring break up.
KUMALONG: Trails are CLOSED.
Kumalong's Annual Fish Fry is Good Friday March 30 from 5'oclock to 8'oclock at Equity Community Hall, HWY 64 East, Pound WI. See their Face Book page for more information.
IRON SNOW SHOE: Trails north of CTY HWY C are still open for sleds, ATV's & UTV'S Trails south of HWY C are closed for the season, no snowmobiles, atv's or utv's.
RIVER ROAD RIDERS: Our trails are open but un-rideable. No grooming at this time. ATV's & UTV's are not allowed at any time.
RANGER CITY RIDERS: No updated report