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    • ATV’s are NOT allowed on TPSC trails located on Langlade County snowmobile trails until 10 days after the snowmobile trails have opened, and when the temperature is LESS than 28° F. ATV & UTV's NOT ALLOWED ON SNOWMOBILE TRAILS IN FOREST COUNTY, EXCLUDING NST & WST

    • Be aware of where you are riding your ATV's not all snowmobile trails in Langlade County allows passage of ATV's.

    • Parrish Highlands and Augustyn Springs ATV trails are closed to ATV's from Dec. 1, 2022 to May 1, 2023

    • Citations will be issued to anyone riding on closed trails.

Website Last Updated On Jan. 15, 2023

01/15/23: Events page has been updated with TPSC Club Ride Info.
NEW this year is there will be a group for antique/vintage sleds!


NEWS RELEASE/ PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

DATE: January 5, 2023

From: Al Murray, Langlade County Forest Administrator

RE: Langlade County Snowmobile Trails Schedule to Open

THE NORTHERN UNIT (ZONE A) OF THE LANGLADE COUNTY SNOWMOBILE TRAIL SYSTEM

INCLUDING STATE FUNDED TRAILS ARE SCHEDULED TO OPEN ON SAT. JAN. 7th, 2023

AT 6:00 A.M.

THE TRAILS BETWEEN INTERSECTIONS 49 & 58 AND INTERSECTIONS 21B & 22B WILL

REMAIN CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

These trails will be open to ATVs on January 17, 2023. ATVs are not allowed on snowmobile trails

when the temperature is above 28° F. UTVs are not allowed on the Langlade County

Snowmobile trail system due to weight and width of these machines.

The Langlade County Snowmobile clubs, sponsors and operators of the existing trails, have put in

many volunteered hours brushing, signing, and grooming to provide snowmobile trails for your use.

Please support the snow clubs, thank them for their efforts and patronized their business sponsors.

All lake and river trails in Langlade County are considered unsafe and should not be utilized until

they have been clearly marked by a local snowmobile club. As always, the Langlade County Forestry

& Recreation Department recommends riders stay on clearly marked trails. Please respect private

property; use of trails across private lands is a privilege. Always exercise caution when riding a

snowmobile. The trails are in rough, early season condition.

We are sorry for the delay in opening, the ice storm that hit Langlade County on December 15th

resulted in the need for clearing of trees, brush and bent over trees on over 400 miles of our trail

system. Thanks to the diligent work of our trail clubs, that work is now completed. We do advise

caution as the ice will continue to break trees for the foreseeable future.

For questions regarding specific trail conditions please contact the local snowmobile club or visit

their social media pages.

For more information, please contact Al Murray, Forest Administrator or Cody Brauner, Langlade

County Snowmobile Coordinator at 715-627-6300.

We hope that you enjoy the Langlade county trail system this winter and thank you for supporting

the economy and businesses of Langlade County!

Al Murray

Langlade County Forest Administrator



JUMP IN (SCHUH'S) 11AM - ? TPSC CHILI RIDE IN TPSC TRACTOR BARN 3PM - 6PM
Sat. Feb. 11, 2023


SPRING RAFFLE TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW.
Drawing March 11, 2023 3PM
Quigs Maplewood Golf Course after the St. Patricks Day Parade




What You Need to Know About the New WI Trail Pass – WI Act 142

(CAP – Club Assistance Program)

(Posted 12/12/14) Additional information from the AWSC regardingTrail Pass Roster:

Please note that the AWSC will no longer continue to list the "significant other" on the roster when the couple is not married. The "significant other" is not a dues paying member of the AWSC and therefore is not eligible for the upcoming discounted WI Trail Pass.

To be eligible for the discounted trail pass and the insurance benefit they must become a dues paying member of the AWSC

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IMPORTANT TRAIL INFO YOU SHOULD KNOW BEFORE YOU GO:

Caution:

The Winter aeration (large area of open water) on Pickerel Lake is located

on the north side of the lake just east of the narrows.

Please be advised that ice conditions can change rapidly and beware of ice heaves.

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(Posted 01/21/14): NOTICE: THERE IS A PROBLEM WITH SLEDS GOING OVER THE 10MPH SPEED LIMIT ON LOST LAKE ROAD (NEAR HWY 55) WHERE THERE ARE SOME RESIDENCES, ESPECIALLY WHERE THE TRAIL CROSSES OVER DRIVEWAYS. THIS TRAIL HAS HAD "SLOW" AND SPEED LIMIT SIGNS POSTED FOR MANY YEARS AND THERE WERE TWO MORE 10 MPH ADDED THIS AFTERNOON (ONE IN EACH DIRECTION) ALSO, I AM TOLD BOTH THE DNR AND LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT HAS BEEN NOTIFIED OF THIS PROBLEM AND IT WILL BE MONITORED BY BOTH AGENCIES. PLEASE FOLLOW THE 10 MPH SPEED LIMIT SIGNS OR THIS TRAIL WILL BE CLOSED. LOST LAKE ROAD IS A MAJOR TRAIL GETTING TO/FROM POST LAKE AREA AS WELL AS GETTING TO AND FROM PICKEREL LAKE.

(Posted 10/11/12) Pickerel Creek Rd. Issue: After many meetings with the Town Of Ainsworth Officials and your Club Officers and Board Members the passage of using Pickerel Creek Rd. has been granted with NEW STIPULATIONS:

1. There is a 25 MPH SPEED LIMIT

2. Snowmobiles are to be in SINGLE FILE ONLY

3. ALL Northbound will use the east side of the road and ALL Southbound traffic will use the west side of the road. (Just as if you were driving a car or truck.)

4. Pickerel Creek Rd. will not be groomed.

There is also a slight trail change through the woods getting on/off Pickerel Creek Rd. near Hwy T so you won't have to be on the road the entire time.

PLEASE RESPECT THESE STIPULATIONS OR THIS PASSAGEWAY WILL BE CLOSED.

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