Biking
Trails to ride

Opportunities for biking are everywhere in the Rhinelander Area. Whether you’re an avid mountain biker or a casual cyclist looking for a more leisurely ride, you’ll find a route to explore here in the beautiful Northwoods of Wisconsin.

Rhinelander Area Bike Trails

Find a great place to ride on your next trip to the Northwoods

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Holiday Acres Resort Trails

4060 South Shore Drive
Rhinelander, WI 54501

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Bearskin State Trail

Harshaw Road
Harshaw, WI 54529

Newbold Town Trails

6954 Ole Lake Rd
Rhinelander, WI 54501

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Enterprise County Trail

1667 County Road G
Pelican Lake, WI 54463

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Nose Lake Trail

Hancock Oneida Lake Road
Harshaw, WI 54529

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CAVOC Trails

4321 South Shore Drive
Rhinelander, WI 54501

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Mud Lake Trail

5061 Crystal Lake Road
Rhinelander, WI 54501

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Cassian County Two-way Trail

County Highway K
Rhinelander, WI 54501

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Washburn Lake Trail

County Park Road
Rhinelander, WI 54501

Rhinelander Community Ski Trails

Coolidge Avenue
Rhinelander, WI 54501

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Find fall fun on Rhinelander’s recreational trails | Click the link to visit this page

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Find Fall Fun on Rhinelander’s Recreational Trails

Headed to Rhinelander this fall? Get out and explore the trails—we’re home to everything from scenic trails perfect for a leisurely stroll to ATV and UTV trails that are ready and waiting for your four-wheeler. Here’s a closer look at some trails to try in the Rhinelander Area this fall. For hikers The Northwoods of... View Article

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Get on the Trails in Rhinelander

Rhinelander is surrounded by thousands of acres of public land, including the Oneida County Forest and the Northern Highland-American Legion State Forest. Scenic trails offer you a chance to really experience this Northwoods wilderness. Some trails are open for biking and others are perfect for a hike. Here are some of the best. Hiking trails... View Article

How to enjoy fall color season in Rhinelander | Click the link to visit this page

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How to Enjoy Fall Color Season in Rhinelander

This fall, take a trip through Hodag County. Set in the heart of the Northwoods of Wisconsin, the Rhinelander Area wows visitors with a stunning color display every autumn, whether you’re exploring the wilderness, enjoying downtown’s dining and shopping options or simply relaxing at a lakeside resort. Here are some of the best ways to... View Article


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Find the Good Vibes at the Hodag Country Festival

Coming to town for the annual Hodag Country Festival? There’s a lot more to see and do than just enjoy great live music—here’s a look. Hit the town Rhinelander has a lively dining scene that will keep any festival goer well fueled. Many of our establishments are open late and all offer delicious food and... View Article


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Trails for Every Rider in Rhinelander

Rhinelander has trails perfect for beginning trail riders and others suited for more advanced riders seeking challenging single-track. Here are three ideas to get you rolling in Hodag Country. Family friendly option: Bearskin State Trail This gentle trail west of Rhinelander runs for 18 miles and features a crushed granite surface that’s suitable for mountain... View Article


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Late Fall – Prime Time for Mountain Biking

Experienced mountain bikers know that some of the best riding of the year is in late fall. With the leaves off the trees, the forest looks completely different. The trails are generally dry and in very good condition. And, with few other people out on the trail, you’ll feel like you have the forest all... View Article


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