Head to the doorway to Wisconsin’s Northwoods in Lincoln County, home to beautiful Northwoods scenery and abundant outdoor recreation, including nearly 50 miles of ATV/UTV trails.
Lincoln County Communities
Lincoln County ATV/UTV Trails
Riders can explore nearly 50 miles of ATV/UTV trails in Lincoln County. Discover the scenic Harrison Hills region, which boasts dense forests and hilly terrain.
ATV Trail to Willow Flowage
ATV Trail to Willow Lake
Harrison Hills ATV Trail
The Harrison Hills trail system spans roughly 50 miles through the hills and woods of Lincoln County, connecting with trails in Langlade and Oneida counties.
Iron Gate/McCord Loop
Kracker Barrel to Z’s Fork Horners
Lincoln County Routes
Lincoln County designated ATV/UTV routes
Tour de Woodboro/Cassian
Lincoln County ATV/UTV Clubs
Lincoln County’s ATV clubs maintain and promote ATV and UTV trails throughout the region.
Harrison Hills ATV Club
The Harrison Hills ATV Club oversees more than 60 miles of Northwoods trails in Lincoln County.
Somo Area ATV Club/Tomahawk Trail Seekers ATV Club Inc
The Trail Seekers ATV Club is headquartered in Harshaw and promotes ATVing and UTVing in the Somo/Tomahawk Area.
Spirit Valley Riders ATV Club Inc
The Spirit Valley Riders ATV Club is a non-profit organization consisting of ATV enthusiasts in the Tomahawk area in Lincoln County.
Lincoln County Businesses
Find Lincoln County trailside restaurants, gas stations, ATV/UTV rentals, repair and service businesses and more.
Great Northern Campground
N6146 County Road H, Gleason, WI 54435
N8894 County Road H, Irma, WI 54442
VP Racing fuels
N5392 State Road 17, Gleason, WI 54435
N11750 Co Rd L, Tomahawk, WI 54487
N11209 Highway 17, Gleason, WI 54435
Lotter’s Merrill Mobil
1201 Grand Ave, Merrill, WI 54552
Nut-Zee’s Inn Restaurant
N9831 County Road B, Gleason, WI 54435
Z’s Fork Horners
N4291 County Road X, Gleason, WI 54435
Winter Riding Rules
Lincoln County trails are open seasonally. During the early snowmobiling season and the early spring season, the trails are closed. Traditionally the ATV trails open around May 1 for the spring/summer/fall season. Opening the trail system is very much weather-dependent.