Snowmobile Trails in Rhinelander
Rhinelander is surrounded by 1,000 miles of Oneida County snowmobile trails and has all the comforts to make a getaway complete, including trailside lodging and restaurants.
Start your engines! Winter is here, the trails will be open soon and it’s time to plan a snowmobile getaway. Rhinelander is surrounded by 1,000 miles of Oneida County snowmobile trails and has all the comforts to make a getaway complete, including trailside lodging and restaurants. Here’s a quick guide to hitting the trails in Hodag Country.
Pick a trail
Your snowmobiling options are just about endless in Hodag Country. Ride loops from town that will take you to places like Sugar Camp and the Harshaw and McNaughton areas. Head south of Rhinelander for long-haul options into Lincoln or Langlade counties. Or head north into the wilds of the Northern Highland-American Legion State Forest. Learn more about Rhinelander area riding options here.
Find a place to stay
You’re never far from great riding when you’re staying in Hodag Country—in fact, you might be able to ride right from your doorstep! You’ll find plenty of parking for your trailer, and proprietors who welcome snowmobilers can offer free local advice. The best part? At the end of your ride, there will be a clean, warm and comfortable room waiting for you.
Half of the fun of getting out on the trails in Hodag Country is taking a moment to get off the trails. Our trailside establishments are legendary—you know you’re arrived when you see the rows of snowmobiles parked outside. Step in, pull off your helmet and order something delicious; really, is there anything better than cheese curds after a day on the trails?
Learn more about snowmobiling in Rhinelander.