Forestry and Outdoor Recreation
Oneida County has approximately 1100 miles of public snowmobile trails, some state funded and others club-funded. The state-funded, county-sponsored trails are maintained by the Oneida County Snowmobile Council. There are also numerous road routes available. Official dates of trail opening and closing are published in the Oneida County newspaper and on the County government website.
- High Resolution County Snowmobile System Map
- “Snow Tracks” Trail Conditions
- Oneida County Snowmobile Clubs
With one exception, the Oneida County Funded Snowmobile Trail System (as administered by the Oneida County Forestry, Land, & Recreation Department) will officially open for the 2018-2019 winter season at 5:00 pm on Saturday, December 29, 2018.
The following trail closure will be in effect untilfurther notice:
Funded Trail Corridor 13 is closed from TIN 122 (RiceLake Rd) to TIN 022 (intersection north of Burnham Lk)
All lake trails in Oneida County remain closed and are considered unsafe until they have been clearly marked by a local snowmobile club. As always, the Oneida County Forestry, Land, & Recreation Department recommends staying on clearly marked trails. Always exercise caution when riding a snowmobile. The trails are in rough, early season condition.
For more detailed information on Oneida County Snowmobile trail riding opportunities, contact the local snowmobile club in the area that you would like to ride, the Oneida County Chamber of Commerce, or the Oneida County Forestry, Land, & Recreation Department.
Oneida County Snowmobile Council President, Jim Wendt715-891-1610
Oneida County Chamber of Commerce, 715-365-7464