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  • Recreation/Trail Report

    Douglas County and Superior are a mecca for recreational opportunities offering four seasons of fun. Here, the history, culture and beauty of these counties are marvels that must be experienced, not just witnessed.

    A variety of trail activities including mountain biking, snowshoeing, horseback riding, motorcycling, bird-watching, paddling – even downhill skiing are plentiful. Superior- Douglas County has an unbelievable variety of trail settings. Enjoy secluded trails in some of the most pristine wilderness areas in the Midwest. Travel road routes that run along Lake Superior’s sculpted shores, cross raging rivers, and follow winding river valleys.

    Whatever brings you to Superior-Douglas County to have fun, be sure to check out the reports on the current conditions of our trails and availability of popular activities. In order for you to get the most from your visit, check back often as updates can change frequently depending upon the season and weather.

    Summer ATV/UTV Trails Open (4/12/17)

    The Douglas County Forestry Department announces that all Summer ATV/UTV recreational trails under its management will open for the season on Wednesday, April 12th, 2017 at Noon (CST). 

    Please note that in the Spring some town/village roads may be posted closed to vehicular traffic by the governing body with jurisdiction on that road (ex. Jackson Box Road).  During the early part of the season, trail users are encouraged to confirm that the roads they wish to access are still open by contacting the proper road authority. 
    WARNING (10-6-2017)

    Wild Rivers Trail near Solon Springs area section from County Hwy A to Harroun is being worked on today and will open back up after 4:00 PM today.
    The Saunders Grade Trail is also closed from County Road C to the Minnesota State Line.  Portions of the trail are underwater and are impassable. The trail will remain closed until further notice. Crews will begin repairs as soon as flood waters recede. 
    For contact information on Town and Village officials, please use the following link:  http://douglascountywi.org/index.aspx?nid=507

    For additional information/maps please visit: www.douglascountywi.org/forestry 

    Douglas County Forestry Department Facebook Page 

    Douglas County Forestry Department at (715) 378-2219


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