Minocqua Forest Riders Area Lakes

Chris Thompson, Tom Teichmiller, Jon Rippinger, Daniel Sciano and Mike Olp out marking the following lakes in the Minocqua Forest Riders area.
Squirrel Lake, Sunday Lake, Booth Lake, Buckskin Lake and Squaw Lake. All are marked.

Willow Region Trail Update 01-08-2020

Trail 5 is now open from TIN 524 to Tin 501 and the trail is  in good condition. Trail 5 from TIN 525 (Willow Rd) to TIN 524 (the spillway) remains closed until further notice.

Additional Trail Update 01-05-2020

A quick update regarding trails:

Trails C, D & P have been upgraded to Excellent Condition

Trail A has a swampy area that is in Poor Condition

"It is recommended that riders stay on Corridor 10 and avoid Trail A due to the swampy area that has opened up.  If you do ride this trail, proceed with caution!!"

Additional Trail Reports & Weather

Trail Photos

Tin Number With Explanation

President Curt Christensen's Trail Updates

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The age of your snowmobile matters:
If your snowmobile is 35 years old or Older, a trail pass is NOT REQUIRED