Forestry and Outdoor Recreation
ATV – UTV Trails
Please note: The Oneida County ATV/UTV trail system and Enterprise Campground are closed for the season and will re-open in spring 2024.
Oneida County offers two main ATV/UTV trail systems. The Lynne/Little Rice trail system is located in southwestern Oneida County and consists of approximately 24 miles of woods trail, 23 miles of connecting ATV road routes and 76 miles of town roads open to ATV/UTV use. The Lynne/Little Rice Lake ATV trail system offers plenty of stops along the way, making it a great destination for group and family rides.
The Enterprise trail system consists of approximately 12 miles of trail located on Oneida County Forest. The trail links up with Langlade County trails to the south and Lincoln County Trails to the west. The Enterprise trail system includes an 11-site rustic campground with restrooms and water and picnic shelter .
In addition to these two trail systems, there are two short off-road trail connectors (Gritzmachen Road in Woodruff and Cruiser’s Road in Nokomis/Woodboro) and approximately 200 miles of woodland trails that are open to all motorized vehicles year-round. During the winter, ATV/UTVs are not permitted on trails maintained for snowmobiling.
All County Forest ATV gates have been retrofitted to allow UTVs up to 65 inches wide.
- Oneida County ATV Regulations
- Oneida County Highways and Sections open to ATV/UTV’s
- Oneida County ATV / UTV Clubs
- Wisconsin ATV / UTV Regulations
- Northwoods ATV / UTV Website
Motorcycles, both off-road and street-legal are allowed on forest trails and logging roads in the County Forest. If street legal, motorcycles are also allowed on County Forest roads. Motorcycles are not allowed on designated ATV/UTV trails or on groomed snowmobile trails.
Any attempt to circumvent a gate, sign, earthen berm, or other similar blockade with any motorized vehicle is prohibited.