Updated Fri., 5/11 – The Oneida County Funded ATV Trail System (as administered by the Oneida County Forestry, Land and Recreation Department) is now open for the 2012 season. The trails opened as of noon on Friday, May 11.
As always, the Oneida County Forestry, Land and Recreation Department recommends staying on clearly marked trails. Always exercise caution when riding an ATV. The trails can be in rough, early season condition. Always remember to obey all signs and regulations.
At this time, side by side vehicles, UTVs or LUVs are NOT allowed on the state-funded trails sponsored by the Oneida County Forestry Department. The county is in the process of retrofitting trails and gates to handle UTVs.
For more detailed information on Oneida County ATV trail riding opportunities, contact the local club in the area that you would like to ride: Little Rice ATV Riders Club, Joe Lucas, trail boss at (715) 966-0032 or Oneida County ATV Association, Bill Welsh, president at (715) 277-5101. The Oneida County Chamber of Commerce or the Oneida County Forestry, Land and Recreation Department can also be contacted for information.
The Enterprise Campground will also open at noon, May 11. The Enterprise Campground is located within the Oneida County Forest approximately 11 miles south of Rhinelander on Shingle Mill Road. The campground is accessible via the Enterprise ATV trail or via Shingle Mill Road. There are 11 campsites with grills, fire rings and picnic tables. Restrooms and hand pump wells are also provided. Fees are $10/night per site, and are payable by self-registration.