It’s easy to launch a snowmobiling adventure in Oneida County, whether you’re riding all day long or just taking a leisurely cruise through the woods. We’re here to let you know where to ride, where to stop to warm up and where to stay at the end of the day.
Update 1/26: Some of Oneida County’s snowmobile trails are currently open, although many are in early season condition. Check the snow report for the latest trail status.
Also, current local and state safety regulations may lead to reduced hours or changes in operations at restaurants, lodging properties and other businesses. Please contact specific businesses for more information.
Where to stay
Throughout Oneida County, snowmobilers will find dozens of trailside lodging properties, from cozy cabins to hotels with all the amenities. Visit our lodging page to find listings and sort by type of property (resort, cabin, hotel, etc.) and amenities like snowmobile trail access, on-site restaurants and more.
In Rhinelander, head to the Flyin Finn Pub & Resort for a wonderful, scenic stay along the Wisconsin River. The Point Hotel and Suites in Minocqua offers one- and two-bedroom condo rentals with views of Lake Minocqua. Find easy access to the Northwoods Passage Snowmobile Club’s 275 miles of trails at Bridge Inn Motel in Tomahawk. Midway between Crandon and Three Lakes, the Little Pine Motel is a great home base for snowmobile adventures.
See more Oneida County lodging properties here.
Where to ride
Oneida County is home to some of the best snowmobile trails in the Midwest, with more than 1,000 miles of expertly groomed routes that stretch through the Northwoods. From there, snowmobilers can connect to hundreds of more miles of trails throughout neighboring counties in northern Wisconsin. Eight dedicated snowmobile clubs work hard to keep the trails groomed and in perfect shape for riders. Check out our snow report for the latest trail conditions, and learn more about snowmobiling in Oneida County (including a trail map and links to snowmobile clubs) here.
Where to eat
Feeling hungry out on the trail (or just need a place to warm up)? No worries—there are lots of restaurants and bars along the trails throughout Oneida County where you can grab a bite or thaw out for a bit. Head to our restaurants page to find tasty trailside stops like the Shamrock Pub n’ Eatery in Lake Tomahawk, Black Bear Bar & Grill in Minocqua, Backwaters Bar & Grill in Rhinelander, Tavern on the Loop in Three Lakes and The Happy Snapper in Tomahawk.
See more Oneida County restaurants here.