Augustyn Springs Trail:
Located in the northeast part of the county with 20 miles of rolling to very hilly terrain. This two-way trail travels on old logging roads which are also open to motor vehicle traffic, snowmobilers, hikers, skiers and many other recreationalists. Use caution and appropriate speed. This trail is in an area containing many other wood trails, so be alert. There is one parking/access point for this trail, Highway A, 8 miles northeast of Neva, WI.
Parrish Highlands Trail:
Located in the northwest part of the county with 55 miles of scenic terrain. This trail links up with the Lincoln County ATV trail system. This two-way trail travels on old logging roads which are also open to motor vehicle traffic, snowmobilers, hikers, skiers and many other recreationalists. Trail riding is NOT allowed in the early spring due to wetness. There are three parking/access points for the Parrish/Highlands trail. Highway Q, at the Oneida/Langlade County line; Highway H, 2 miles south of Highway 17/Q; and Highway T, 3 miles west of Highway 45 in Summit Lake, WI.
Pickerel/Pearson ATV Trail:
Located northeast of Antigo, between Post Lake & Pickerel, this trail connects the Parrish/Highlands ATV trail and the Augustyn Springs ATV trail. Running on either side of Rolling Stone Lake, and along the east side of Pickerel Lake, this trail offers beautiful scenery. Most of the trails are on roadways.
White Lake ATV Trail:
Located in the southeast corner of Langlade County, this is one of the shortest trails in the area. The two sections of this trail combines rolling and hilly terrain. You can park and access the trail around White Lake in two places, Sherry Road, 1.25 miles north of Highway 64 in Polar; and Highway M/Maple Street, in downtown White Lake. You can park and access the other section, that connects with Oconto County trails, on Highway 55 just south of Hollister, WI.