Snowmobiling in Price County, Wisconsin

With 500 miles of trail, and nine clubs volunteering to groom & maintain, and fewer riders, Price County is an excellent destination for your next  snowmobile adventure in Wisconsin's Northwoods. Ride our trails this season and leave the crowds behind! View the Price County trail conditions report. 

The Perfect Destination

Riding opportunities include trails through the 800,000 acre Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, the Tuscobia State Trail from Park Falls to Rice Lake, the Pine Line Rail Trail from Prentice to Medford, including a side trip to the highest geographical point in Wisconsin – Timm’s Hill, and numerous connecting trails. Quality food, lodging and services are trailside, making Price County the perfect snowmobile destination!

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ATV / UTV enthusiasts can ride almost 125 miles of trail in the winter. For trails in the Prentice area, including the Pine Line Rail Trail, the trails must officially be open to snowmobiling and the temperature must be 28 degrees Fahrenheit or colder for the trails to be open to winter ATV/UTV riding.

Personal Testimony

Here is what our visitors are saying:
  • Price County, Wisconsin trails were referred to as priceless! by American Snowmobiler stating they offer “many trail options, fewer crowds”.
  • If I had my way all our trips would be to Phillips to snowmobile. I've ridden sled all over the 5 state area and beyond and nowhere compares to Price County trails, all of my friends agree. Everything from the maps and marking to the way the trails are kept up, hands down the best around. J. Joseph
  • Every year, some friends and I gather at my parents’ house on Long Lake to enjoy a weekend of snowmobiling. Even though it was a little cold Friday and Saturday, we enjoyed a great weekend on the trails. We hit northern, western, and central Price County. The trails were in wonderful condition…the best we have ever experienced in our five years and 150+ miles of riding each trip we take up here. – M. Johnson
  • We stayed in Phillips last weekend and rode snowmobiles from Friday thru Sunday – starting out rather cold but it was worth it for the wonderful trails and people we met. We travel around 3 hours a couple times a year to come to this area for the snowmobiling and we haven’t been disappointed yet with how great your trails are. Keep up the great work! - J. Leeman