ATV, UTV & Off-Road Motorcycling

Trail System
The Price County region offers 5 trail systems for motorized vehicle enthusiasts to explore. The type of machines allowed on each trail system varies. Select the trail system that is right for you from the list of trail systems below. Types of machines: 
  • All-terrain Vehicles (ATV)
  • Utility-terrain Vehicles (UTV)
  • Off-road motorcycles


A four-wheeler with 2 passengers driving through yellow woods

Open/Close Dates & Rider Responsibility

Open and close dates vary by trail system: Spring openings may be delayed if the trail surface remains wet and muddy; please check the status prior to traveling to the trail. Click on the Trail Report link to view information on trail conditions, detours, and closures.

Flambeau Trail System - open May 1 through March 14
Solberg Trail
- open May 1 through March 14
Tuscobia State Trail (Price County section) - open April 16 through November 14
Georgetown Trail -  open May 15 through March 14
Flambeau River State Forest Trail - open May 15 through November 15
Scroll down for winter trail riding information

All of the trail systems allow direct access to food, lodging and services along routes that are public roads. While ATVs and UTVs are allowed on these routes / public roads when the route is properly signed, only street legal and licensed motorcycles are allowed on these routes. It is the responsibility of the rider to know and obey the law. 

Trail Systems

The Flambeau Trail System, Solberg Trail, Tuscobia State Trail, and Flambeau River State Forest Trail interconnect. The Georgetown Trail can be accessed from Phillips, Kennan or Catawba. Price County Highway routes are open to ATV & UTV use May 15 through October 15.

Winter Trail Riding

Trails open to winter ATV and UTV use include the Flambeau Trail SystemSolberg Trail and the Georgetown Trail. Additional trails open for winter riding once they are officially open to snowmobile use and only when the temperature is 28° Fahrenheit or colder include the Price County portion of the Pine Line Rail Trail (Prentice to Ogema), Snowmobile Trail 189 (Ogema to Timm’s Hill), and Snowmobile Trails 116, 181 and 118 (Prentice area loop).
For motorized trail and route maps visit the Trails page