With more than 100 miles of maintained summer ATV trails, Douglas County is the perfect destination for your ATV vacation. Fun-filled and heart-pumping, ATVing is a great way to experience both the beauty and the thrill of Douglas County’s woods and waters.
In Douglas County, you’ll find an ATV-friendly atmosphere, with lots of great trailside businesses and attractions to stop at. Our most notable trails include Saunders Grade, Gandy Dancer Trail, Wild Rivers Trail, and the Tri-County Corridor. With plenty of trail-adjacent lodging properties and unique restaurants with trail access, Douglas County is the perfect destination for your next ATV adventure.
When the snow starts falling, Douglas County becomes a winter wonderland for winter ATVing enthusiasts. During the winter season, our ATV trail system grows by hundreds of miles. Trail conditions, along with routes and rules, changes by season, so be sure to check with the Douglas County Forestry Department before heading out on your ATV trip for the latest rules, regulations, and conditions. Call the Douglas County Trail Hotline 24 hours a day, seven days a week at (715) 378-4528.
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