Get your Oconto County adventures off to a fitting start with a little all-terrain vehicle excitement. The County is home to 500 miles of interconnected scenic riding with options for all experience levels.
ALL OCONTO COUNTY ATV TRAILS ARE OPEN.A perfect way to experience the Northwoods of Wisconsin's full beauty, our fully guided tours includes an experienced guide, snacks and drinks, all fuel, and safety gear. We provide top-of-the-line Can-Am Mavericks that seat 2-4 people and have automatic transmissions and comfortable seats. Click here for more information!
OCONTO COUNTY MACHICKANEE HORSE TRAILS WILL OPEN THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 2022.
Oconto County Machickanee Horse trails will open on Thursday, April 28, 2022. The Forest & Parks Department will continue to work with the Outback Riders Club to maintain safe riding trails.
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 MACHICKANEE TRAILS - OPEN
The trails are in good condition for hiking. The new parking lot at the trailhead of BlackBerry Ramble trail is completed. It is awesome!
The trails lead through a series of forest types, including red pine plantations, coniferous swamps, oak ridges, and birch and aspen stands. They undulate through topography ranging from creek bottoms to ridge tops. Numerous hills and curves of various slopes and lengths make these trails a challenge.