ATV and UTV Trail Access

Land O' Lakes Trail Access

All all-terrain vehicle and utility terrain vehicle preferred routes and trails will be open from May 1st to October 31st.

On December 13th, 2017 the Land O' Lakes Town Board adopted an ATV/UTV route ordinance for the Town of Land O' Lakes which specified that all Town of Land O' Lakes roads may be used by ATV/UTV riders. This excludes US 45, CTH B, CTH S, CTH E, State and Federal forestry roads and all private or easement roads.

The following routes are designated all-terrain vahicle [and utility terrain vehicle] routes in the town:


Preferred ATV/UTV Land 0' Lakes Trail


Route: CTH B from Hwy 45 to 100ft past Spruce Rd.

Trail: 100ft past Spruce Rd on south side ofCTH B past Town Garage Rd. to Cemetery Rd.

Trail: Cemetery Rd to Big Portage Lake Rd. (New trail on private land.)

Route: Big Portage Lake Rd, south to snowmobile trail #5.

Trail: Big Portage Lake Rd on snowmobile trail #5, to Carlson Rd.

Route: Carlson Rd. to CTH B. CTH B to Pine Terrace Rd.

Trail: Pine Terrace Rd, on snowmobile trail #5 to CTH B.

Route: Cemetery Rd, south to trail.

Route: CTH B to Wood Lake Rd.

Trail: Wood Lake Rd. on snowmobile trail #5, to CTH B.

Route: CTH B to Spring Creek Rd. Spring Creek Rd to CTH B. CTH B to Helen Creek Rd.

Route: Little Portage Lake Rd and Razorback Rd.

Route/Trail: West Big Portage Lake Rd and snowmobile trail# 13.

Route: Thousand Island Lake Rd From CTH B to the Michigan border.

Trail: North side of road along Airport Rd.

All preferred routes and trails will be clearly marked with designated ATV /UTY signage, along with speed limits.


MI-TRALE

Michigan Trails and Recreation Alliance of Land and the Environment

What type of outdoor recreational trail use do you like; ORVs, Horses, Side-by- Sides, ATVs, Motorcycles, mountain biking, hiking, or paddling? If you fit one of these, then Michigan Trails and Recreation Alliance of Land and the Environment (MI-TRALE) is the group for you, and the Lake Gogebic area is the place you must visit!

Great Headwaters Trails

The Great Headwaters Trails foundation’s goal is to build 40 miles of biking and walking trails in eastern Vilas County, the headwaters of the Wisconsin River. The Great Headwaters Trails system will connect the towns of Land O’ Lakes, Conover, Phelps and Eagle River and beyond to the Three Eagles Trail, Heart of Vilas Trail and Wilderness Lakes Trail. A grand vision — a connecting system of over 110 miles of trails.



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