Oconto County Snowmobile Reports - February 23, 2024 - All Oconto County Snowmobile Trails are closed.
Machickanee Cross Country Ski Trails - February 8, 2024 - The trails are in rock ski condition for skiing with areas with no snow cover. Hiking is a little challenging due to the crusty, icy snow. The temps are moderate so still good time to be in the woods.
Lakewood Cross Country Ski Trails - Tuesday, February 20, 2024 - The trail is open. Conditions vary from poor in areas that have had heavy traffic and direct sun to good in some of the shadier areas on the trail. For a limited time, most places have enough snow to ski around the bare spots.
Stay off the golf course.
Oconto Falls Tubing Hill - February 23, 2024 - Closed.
Machickanee Forest - Horse - All Oconto County Horse Trails are closed.
Please check the Outback Riders of Wisconsin Facebook page, for the most up-to-date trail condition information.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Forest & Parks Department at 920-834-6995.
Oconto County ATV/UTV Trails -
ATV/UTV TrailsATV and UTV enthusiasts! We are excited to announce that our trail system will officially open for the season on Saturday, April 27, 2024.
Please note that the opening date is weather permitting. We want to ensure the safety of all riders and the preservation of our trails, so we ask that you please check the weather conditions before heading out. In the event of inclement weather, the opening date may be delayed.
Safety For the Upcoming Season!
As ATV/UTV season approaches, we would like to remind you of the importance of safety while operating your ATVs/UTVs on the trail system in Oconto County. The first thing ATV/UTV riders should do when riding in Oconto County is to read the over-and-above restrictions that are in place for the area. It is essential to be aware of the specific regulations that are in effect for the county, as these may differ from other counties and states. Knowing the details of these restrictions can help riders stay safe, avoid fines, and ensure that they are following the law; click here!
We urge all ATV and UTV operators to exercise caution and be mindful of other trail users. Respect the right of way of other users and yield as necessary. Pay particular attention to blind curves, hills, and crossing traffic. Do not exceed the speed limit, which is posted along the trails.
Remember to wear the appropriate safety gear, such as a helmet, eye protection, and other protective gear, which is also important. Children should always be supervised when operating an ATV or UTV. All riders should be aware of the appropriate age requirements for operating a motorized vehicle on the trail system.
We hope that everyone enjoys the trails responsibly and safely. Thank you for your cooperation.