Burnett County Trail update 1/24/19
The majority of the snowmobile & winter ATV trails north of Hwy 70 are open. (See below for closure information.) The Gandy Dancer Trail is open from Tewalt Road and traveling north.
Open trails are in poor condition and are extremely icy.
Please read all information:
Per the Burnett County Snow Trails Association -
1/24/19 - After receiving additional snow last night and today, we are able to open the snowmobile and winter ATV trails north of Hwy 70, with the exception of the portion of Trail 151 from South Markville Rd to Trail 118. Click here for a map of this closure. The Gandy Dancer Trail is open from Tewalt Road, (which is just south of Siren), and traveling north.
Trails are extremely slippery and are in poor condition. Please use caution. Also please use caution crossing swamps.
Snowmobile trails are designated with ORANGE blazers; Winter ATV Trails are designated with BLUE blazers.
Over 300 miles of trails winding through wooded and open areas provide ample snowmobiling opportunities in Burnett County. This trail system connects to all surrounding counties, including Pine County, Minnesota.
From December 1 through March 31 you may operate your snowmobile on state-funded winter trails when a 4-inch groomed snow base is present. Snowmobile trails are marked with orange blazers. Please refer to Trails & Licensing for maps and regulations. Go to Trail Updates for current conditions and to sign up for email or text notifications.
NO off-road motorcycles are allowed on our trails or on Burnett County Forest Lands at any time.
Snowmobile and ATV/UTV Licensing and Registration
- Customer service and licensing (Note 7/1/15 changes to registration & pass fees)
- Search Licensing and Registration Sales Locations
- WI Snowmobile Laws
- WI ATV Laws
Snowmobile/Winter ATV Trails
- Winter Snow Trails map
- Non-resident snowmobile pass (Note 7/1/15 changes to pass fees)
- Non-resident ATV pass
- Trail rules
Some township ordinances allow for ATV/UTV use of the town roads and others do NOT allow it. It is the rider’s responsibility to contact the township in which you plan to ride in and get the current rules pertaining to ATVs/UTVs and the town roads. Please follow this link for contact information for the individual townships for their rules and regulations.
Caution: Trail maintenance vehicles may be on the trails at any time.
It is your responsibility to know where you are and whose property you are on. Please be careful, be respectful to other trail users, and ride safely.