There are two trail systems in Oneida County:



The Enterprise Trail System is maintained by volunteers from the Oneida County ATV Association. The trail system is connected to the centrally located Enterprise Campground (Map / Regulations), an 11 site campground with water, restrooms, grills, and fire-pits.

The Little Rice Trail System is maintained by volunteers from the
Little Rice ATV Riders Club. The trail system includes 20 miles of wooded trails and 16 miles of connecting road routes.

The Enterprise Trail System connects to other trail systems:

Connecting to the southern end of the Enterprise Trail System is the Langlade County ATV trail system. Heading east you can reach Antigo, Elcho, Pickerel, White Lake, and other towns.


Lincoln County ATV Routes and Trails Map (smaller map featuring eastern Lincoln County)
Lincoln County ATV Routes and Trails Map (larger map extending west of Tomahawk)

Heading west from the Enterprise Trail System you can ride into Lincoln County, all the way to Tomahawk (map).



Hodag 4-Wheelers ATV-UTV Club News:


NEXT MEETING; Sept. 10th, 6:00 PM at the Rhinelander Senior Center
(in Trig's parking lot)

New decals (2" x 8") and patches available at club meetings and most events.  Club members can receive up to 2 decals free.  Otherwise, decals sell for $2.00 each (good for on your ATV/UTV or car window).

Patches are 5 round and can be sewn or iron onto any garment and sell for $10.00 each.

See April newsletter for picture of decal and patch.



Oneida County Enterprise Trail System is open