Snowmobiling

The Rice Lake area offers more than 300 miles of groomed snowmobile trails. Ride through some of the most beautiful scenery in the Northwoods. The trails are well-groomed and feature a number of stops along the way to eat, rest and refuel. Rice Lake trails make it easy to connect with trails running for hundreds of miles across northern Wisconsin. The high-quality trails owe much to the hard work of local volunteers. Learn more about Rice Lake’s snowmobile club.

 

Snowmobile Services

While you’re snowmobiling in Rice Lake, you’ll find everything you need to keep your machine operating for a safe and enjoyable trip.

Full Throttle Sports

Hwy 48 – West of 53, Rice Lake
Phone: (715) 736-9494

Hauck Power Sports

2072 19th Ave., Rice Lake
Phone: (715) 234-6195

Northwest Honda

1230 S. Main St., Rice Lake
Phone: (715) 234-7557

 

Snowmobile Trails
The Tuscobia State Trail

Starts in Barron County and runs along 76 miles of groomed trails to Park Falls. A multi-use, groomed snowmobile trail runs for three miles north of Rice Lake and intersects with the Tuscobia Trail. Open to snowmobiling when snow-covered. Get map and learn more.

Cattail Trail

Runs for 8.0 miles, originating in Almena and running west into Polk County to Amery (approximately 22.0 miles). Open to snowmobiling whenever snow-covered. Get map and learn more.

Wild Rivers Trail

Runs for 9.1 miles, originating in Rice Lake and continuing north through Washburn and Douglas Counties to Solon Springs (approximately 62 miles). Open to snowmobiling whenever snow-covered. Get map and learn more.

 

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