Monday, December 1, 2014
All Lincoln County and Oneida County county funded trails are CLOSED.
The paved routes and roads in the city of Tomahawk, towns of Bradley and Nokomis remain open. The paved routes and roads in the Somo Lake area are open.
No ATV's are allowed on the trails until the trails have been opened for 7 days for snowmobiles. The temperature must be 28 degrees or colder for ATV riding on the trails.
Lincoln County's summer ATV trails system are open to side by side UTV's that meet the standard definition and are registered with the Wisconsin DNR.
Some roads in the City of Tomahawk are now open for ATV use. Please make sure you ride only on the marked trails. The Hiawatha Trail is NOT open to ATVs. It is for Hiking and Biking only. We have had reports of ATV's on this trail. You will be fined if caught riding your ATV on the Hiawatha.
The local ATV clubs have put together a new Lincoln County Trail Map. Please call the Chamber or fill out the Trail Map Request Form and we will send you the new map. If you live in Tomahawk, please stop in at the Chamber to pick up the new map.
Harrison Hills ATV Club 715-693-0146
Somo Area ATV Club 715-493-1656
Nokomis ATV Club 715-966-5563
Spirit Valley Riders ATV Club 715-564-2233
Here is a map of the ATV & Snowmobile Route for the City of Tomahawk:
Click here for PDF of ATV & Snowmobile Routes & Trails - City of Tomahawk side of map pictured above.
Click here for PDF of Lincoln County Major ATV Routes & Trails side of Map.
Click here to request a Lincoln County Trail Map and Recreation Packet.
Click here for current weather conditions.
For more information on the Lincoln County Trails, please call the Lincoln County Forestry Department at (715) 536-0327 or visit www.co.lincoln.wi.us.