Oneida County is second to none for winter fun, and that’s especially true when it comes to snowmobiling. If you’ve been on these trails through Wisconsin’s Northwoods before, you know what a special place Oneida County is to ride. If you’re new to Oneida County’s trails, you’re in for a treat. Here are five reasons why you should plan a snowmobile trip to northern Wisconsin this winter.
In Oneida County, the snowmobile trails are nearly endless. They stretch more than 1,000 miles connecting all of Oneida County’s beautiful communities. The trails connect with neighboring counties, and you can always find new routes to explore.
Oneida County offers a wide range of trailside lodging options for snowmobilers, including hotels, motels, cabins and resorts. You’ll find plenty of parking for your trailer and warm, comfortable accommodations that will help you relax, recharge and be ready for more fun on the trails.
It’s easy to work up a little hunger on the trails and Oneida County has plenty of tempting reasons to park the sled. Trailside restaurants and taverns serve snowmobilers delicious burgers, cheese curds, fried fish and more.
Local snowmobile clubs work tirelessly to ensure the county’s trails are open and ready for fun. They have a small army of volunteers who work day and night to keep the trails in good condition. Be sure to thank these great individuals and support their fundraising events and activities. See a list of Oneida County’s snowmobile clubs here.
The big reason to ride Oneida County’s snowmobile trails is the spectacular scenery you’ll encounter. Oneida County is home to some of Wisconsin’s most pristine wilderness areas. It’s like riding through a different world—you’ll ride through towering stands of snow-covered pine, past beautiful windswept frozen lakes and through winding woodland paths. It’s all yours to explore.