(WFRV) – As winter weather conditions continue to change, Local 5 will keep this page updated with Northeast Wisconsin snowmobile trail conditions.
Select a county below to see its current trail conditions:
As of Monday, Feb. 24, all Brown County trails are closed.
A section of trail between Highway B near Wouter’s Front Bar and Grill and the Reforestation Camp is closed. Snowmobilers can access the trail along Highways IR and B.
Map courtesy Brown County Parks.
As of Monday, Feb. 24, all six zones of the Calumet County snowmobile trail system are closed.
Snowmobilers in Calumet County are warned that those portions of the public trail on plowed fields that have not been disked or in some other way smoothed are rough and are considered only marginally satisfactory for travel.
Officials also want to remind snowmobilers to stay on marked trails unless they have permission to do otherwise. Those who do not stay on the trails are considered to be trespassing and may be prosecuted.
Map courtesy Calumet County.
As of Wednesday, Feb. 26, all Door County snowmobile trails are open.
Riders are reminded to stay on marked trails only.
Map courtesy Door County.
All trails in Florence County are open, according to the county.
For more on snowmobiling in Florence County, click here.
Fond du Lac County
As of Monday, Feb. 24, all snowmobile trails in Fond du Lac County are closed.
According to the Fond du Lac Snowmobile Association, the trails are groomed and in fair-good condition.
Map courtesy Fond du Lac County.
Green Lake County
As of Monday, Feb. 24, all trails in Green Lake County are closed.
For more, visit Green Lake Co. Association of Snowmobile Clubs.
All snowmobile trails in Kewaunee County are closed as of Monday, Feb. 24.
Map courtesy of VisitKewauneeCounty.com.
Officials with Manitowoc County say that, as of Monday, Feb. 24, all trails are closed.
Snowmobilers are reminded that there is no longer any parking or launching allowed from the Expo Grounds.
Map courtesy Manitowoc County.
As of Tuesday, Feb. 25 most trails in Marinette County are open.
The Near North Trail Riders are reminding snowmobilers that the trail going through the swamp to Athelstane is closed for the remainder of the snowmobile season.
For more, visit the Marinette County Snow Trails website.
As of Monday, Feb. 24, trails managed by the Oconto Falls Sno-Jokers and Chase Snow-Chasers are closed.
Trails from east of HWY 32 behind the Junction to Jack Pine Road and the northern pipeline trail are closed.
The spur off trails from the Nicolet State Trail are closed.
For full trail reports, visit Oconto County’s website.
As of Monday, Feb. 24, all trails in Outagamie County are closed.
Snowmobilers should be aware that they can be fined for riding on County Snowmobile Trails when they are closed.
Map courtesy Outagamie County.
As of Monday, Feb. 24, zones 3B, 4B, 4C, 5A, 5C, and 6A are closed in Shawano County.
All other zones are open at this time.
Map courtesy Shawano County.
As of Monday, Feb. 24, all trails in Sheboygan County are closed.
Map courtesy Northern Kettle Moraine Snowmobile Association of Sheboygan County.
As of Tuesday, Feb. 25, zones 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 are closed in Waupaca County.
At 8 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 26, zone 1 will open.
Trails in zone 3 remain open.
Map courtesy of Waupaca County.
As of Monday, Feb. 24, all trails in Waushara County are closed.
Map courtesy Waushara County.
According to Travel Wisconsin, all zones in Winnebago County are closed as of Monday, Feb. 24. All trails going into and out of the Village of Winneconne remain closed for the duration of the snowmobile season.
Map courtesy Winnebago County.
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