The snowmobile season is approaching, and it’s time to start planning an Oneida County winter vacation. Our corner of northern Wisconsin has it all—incredible natural beauty, vast trail systems and ample trailside restaurants. Now’s the perfect time to plan a snowmobiling getaway—start dreaming of the Northwoods today!
Oneida County’s snowmobile trails are considered some of the finest in the Northwoods of Wisconsin. Go for a ride this winter and you’ll see why. Our expansive trails will take you through forests and past lakes, over rolling country and across fast-riding flats. You could spend an entire season discovering these trails—and many people do! Check the latest snow conditions here.
Oneida County is home to more than 1,100 miles of public trails, including trails funded by the state and local clubs. That’s an incredible amount of riding—equivalent to the driving distance from Oneida County to Louisiana! Oneida County’s trails will take you virtually anywhere in the county. See a county trail map here. The trails pass through all of our communities, linking to systems in Lincoln, Price, Vilas and Forest counties.
A snowmobile is your ticket to exploring the best of the county. Start the day at one of our fine lodging properties—many are located right on the trail you can warm up your machine and go. As you explore the county, you’ll pass plenty of places to gas up and some of the friendliest trailside restaurants in the Northwoods. Pull off your helmet and enjoy a delicious meal and some great atmosphere.
Oneida County’s trails are maintained and made possible by a robust network of clubs and volunteers. The county’s clubs include Three Lakes-Brule River Trails, Inc., Hodag Sno-Trails, Knight Owls Snowmobile Club, Northwoods Passage, Northern Trails Unlimited, Minocqua Forest Riders, Cross Country Cruisers, New-Tom Snow Fleas, and Sugar Camp Snowmobile Club. Many of these clubs publish quality trail maps—see a listing of all Oneida County snowmobile clubs here.