Tuscobia State Trail
62 miles of multi-use rail-bed trail connecting Birchwood with Park Falls. This trail traverses the rugged wilderness of the Blue Hills, the Flambeau State Forest and the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. The Price County portion is open to ATV & UTV use April 15 through November 15 from Park Falls west to the Price/Sawyer County Line. Sawyer County and west to Birchwood is open to ATV & UTV use December 16 through November 15.
Tuscobia Trail Map
The Solberg Trail is located northeast of Phillips on the Price County Forest and the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest and allows ATVs, UTVs up to 50” in width, and off-road motorcycles. The trail is a total of 9.5 miles long including trail riding and road routes and connects to the Flambeau Trail System and Sailor Lake Campground located in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. Solberg Lake Trail
Dead Horse Connector
One of the more challenging trail systems in Wisconsin is the 56 mile Dead Horse Run Trail. The Dead Horse intersects the Tuscobia State Trail just west of Park Falls. The trails of the Flambeau River State Forest are just to the south, while the Flambeau ATV Trail is just east of Park Falls. This trio of trails centered in Park Falls can make for great long-distance riding.
Dead Horse Run Trail Map
Flambeau Trail System
The Flambeau ATV Trail System offers some of the most scenic riding in the state. Throughout the system you’ll ride tree-lined corridors through rolling terrain. You’ll cruise past some of the 98 lakes, 45 streams and three major rivers in the county. And with three other interconnected trails and trail systems in the area – the Flambeau River State Forest trail system, the Tuscobia State Trail and the Dead Horse Run trail – the riding options are nearly endless.
Flambeau River Trail
The Georgetown Trail is a newer trail located on the Price County Forest west of Phillips and allows ATVs as well as dirt bikes and off-road motorcycles. The trail is 15.8 miles long, with a gravel surface, and meanders through a variety of different forest types. It is an out and back trail with parking areas located at both the north and south ends of the trail.