All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) and Utility-Terrain Vehicle (UTV) up to 65 inches wide
Hiking, Biking & Snowshoeing
Motorized Use: Open May 1 - March 14 (closed for spring breakup March 15 through April 30)
Difficulty level: easy to moderate
The multi-use Georgetown Trail is located on the Price County Forest west of Phillips and allows silent sports as well as ATVs, UTVs and off-road motorcycles. The trail can also be used for hunting.
The trail is 15.8 miles long, with a gravel surface, and meanders through a variety of forest types.
It is an out and back trail with parking areas located at both the north and south ends of the trail. The parking areas have unloading / loading ramps and ample room for parking. There are no amenities at either of the parking areas or along the trail; however, there is road route access to businesses on both ends of the trail.
The north parking area is located west of Phillips at N8383 Carpenter Creek Road. From Highway 13 in Phillips go 10 miles west on County Highway W and then about 1 mile south on Carpenter Creek Road.
The south parking area is located on Fairview Road north of Kennan. From the U.S. Highway 8 and County Highway J intersection, go west on U.S. Highway 8 approximately 2 miles to Fairview Road, then north 3 miles on Fairview Road to the parking area.
The road route from Phillips to access the east end of the trail is County Highway W which is open to ATV & UTV use May 15 through October 15. There are road routes from the communities of Kennan and Catawba that allow access to the west end of the trail. Routes in the Town of Kennan are open year-round; routes in the Town of Catawba are open May 15 through October 15.