|Marinette County, Wisconsin
The Real North
A Top Midwest Winter Destination
Wide, expansive trails covering more than 600 miles are the delight of snowmobile enthusiasts who visit Marinette County. Trails weave through national and state forests, past waterfalls, along huge bluffs, and next to the open waters of the Peshtigo River. Riders on the Snowshoe Trail, new Crivitz, experience the scenic Caldron Falls Flowage and the wild shores of the High Falls Reservoir. State snowmobile corridors, which cross through the county, link local trails with the 25,000-mile statewide trail system.
Marinette County is located in the northeast Wisconsin about an hour north of Green Bay and just three hours north of Milwaukee. this undiscovered winter destination boasts of uncrowded, well-groomed trails that are popular for both fun-seeking families and hard-hitting experienced riders.
Trails open as soon as conditions permit usually around December 15. A variety of local clubs provide trail conditions updates and are committed to keeping the trails in exceptional condition. Dun-Good Wilderness Riders' year-round ATV and snowmobile trails were voted the "Best Trails in the State" in 2002, and the River Road Riders is the third largest snowmobile club in the state. These snowmobile clubs help to maintain the extensive trail system and sponsor family fun activities throughout the season. Exceptional grooming, easily identified trail markers, and a volunteer snow patrol all contribute to this snow-induced adrenaline rush.
Marinette County is known for its warm hospitality, inviting accommodations, and excellent dinning. Many resorts, motels, bar & grills, family diners, and supper clubs are located on the trails. For 24-hour information on trail conditions or to request a county map showing our trail system, log on to www.therealnorth.com/snowmobiling or call 800-236-6681.
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