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Snowmobile

The Oconto County Snowmobile trail system consists of over

400 miles of trails maintained by 8 snowmobile clubs across

the county. These clubs spend an estimated 10,000 volunteer

hours each year preparing, brushing, and grooming the trails.

Riding experiences vary from open farmland in the south

to heavily forested land in the north. Corridors 5 & 7 are

the primary north south trails that bisect the county while

Corridor 18 goes east and west. These corridors connect

with the many other trails that spread out across the county

and connect with all adjoining counties. Corridor 7 connects

directly with the Michigan trail system. Depending on snow

conditions trails open in December and the season can last

thru the end of March. A Wisconsin trail pass is required

in addition to valid registration. Trail maps are available at

many local businesses all along the trail system.

For trail conditions call or visit us online:

www.ocontocounty.org

• 1-888-626-6862

See our snowmobile trail map in the back of this guide

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