Oneida County ATVing / UTVing

Oneida County is becoming a popular destination for ATV/UTV riders, and for good reason. You’ll find dozens miles of riding in southwestern Oneida County on trails that connect to Langlade and Lincoln counties in northern Wisconsin. The trails are open from May until December and can accommodate UTVs up to 65 inches in width. You’ll witness plenty of wonderful Northwoods scenery on the trails, which are located in the beautiful 82,000-acre Oneida County Forest. Here are some key details about the county’s two main trail systems.

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Oneida County ATV/UTV Trails


The Enterprise Trail includes 13 miles of trail and a couple of short road routes in the Oneida County Forest. The trailhead is located at the north end of the system. To reach the trailhead, take County Highway 17 south from Rhinelander 7 miles to Bowman Road. The Enterprise campground and a picnic shelter with restrooms & water are located in the central part of the trail system. Take Bowman Road east 1 mile to the trail parking lot.
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Explore a scenic swath of the Oneida County Forest on this expansive system. The Little Rice ATV/UTV Trail System includes 20 miles of beautiful woodland trails and 16 miles of lightly trafficked connecting ATV road routes. There are also 76 additional miles of town roads that are open to ATV 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. Parking is available at the north end of the system.
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Oneida County ATV/UTV Clubs


The Hodag 4-Wheelers ATV-UTV Club maintains the Enterprise ATV Trail in Oneida County and works to encourage access to fun and safe ATV riding in the area.
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The Lakeland ATV/UTV Club promotes ATVing and the development of ATV routes and trails in the Minocqua Area.
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Established in 2017, the Lake Tomahawk ATV/UTV club holds rides and other activities in Lake Tomahawk in Oneida County. A non-profit organization working on building membership and fundraising to support the club’s activities.
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Little Rice ATV Club

The Little Rice ATV Club is a volunteer group that maintains the Lynne/Little Rice ATV Trail in southwestern Oneida County.
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Nokomis ATV/UTV Club

The Nokomis ATV/UTV Club encourages riders to safely explore Lincoln County’s ATV and UTV trails. An established club whose membership has grown from a small group of members to a group comprised of a wide variety of individuals from various walks of life.
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Pel-Cho Mudd Nutz ATV/UTV Club

The Pel-Cho Mudd Nutz ATV/UTV Club maintains beautiful Northwoods trails in the Pelican Lake-Jennings-Elcho area of Langlade County.
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Sugar Camp ATV Club

The Sugar Camp ATV Club promotes and maintains ATV and UTV trails near Rhinelander in Oneida County.
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Three Lakes Nicolet ATV Club

Founded in 2012, the Three Lakes Nicolet ATV Club maintains Northwoods trails in the Three Lakes area of Oneida County.
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