|Polk County Snowmobile Trail Status: CLOSED
Polk County welcomes you to enjoy winter with us. Polk County is home to over 360 miles of groomed snowmobile trails ranging from remote trails to the Gandy Dancer State Trail. These trails offer breathtaking winter vistas as they pass through the forest and farms of Polk County. Enjoy the hospitality of the communities and business along the way. Most provide lodging, dining, fuel and other necessities for your snowmobiling pleasure.
|County Snowmobile Trail|
|State Snowmobile Trails|
|Cattail State Trail - Map - WI DNR Link|
|Trailhead: Intersection of Center St E & Riverside Blvd, Amery|
|The Cattail State Trail travels for 18 miles on a former rail corridor between the communities of Amery and Almena in northwestern Wisconsin. Forests, farmlands, prairies, hills and various wildlife habitats surround the trail, which also passes through the Village of Turtle Lake.
|Gandy Dancer State Trail - Map - WI DNR Link|
|The southern segment of the Gandy Dancer trail begins at the Polk County Information Center in Saint Croix Falls. The southern segment travels for 47 miles in Wisconsin through the communities of Centuria, Milltown, Luck, Frederic, Siren and Webster, ending in the town of Danbury.
Polk County Information Center - 710 S Hwy 35, Saint Croix Falls
Centuria Park-Rest Area - 320 Polk Ave, Centuria
Milltown Access - Intersection of 3rd Ave NE & Stokely Rd N, Milltown
Two Eagles Trailhead - Intersection of Trail & W 1st Ave, Luck
|Polk County Snowmobile & ATV Council is an alliance of all clubs in Polk County, Wisconsin. Please visit HERE|
|Interactive Map Application|
|This Polk County interactive map application allows users to locate designated snowmobile trails throughout Polk County. Turn on location services to track your location. Trail closers will be posted on this application, however due to its dynamic nature information could quickly become out-of-date.
Developed by Dept. of Land Information - Division of G.I.S.
|Snowmobiling in Wisconsin|
|What you need to know? - Publication|
|Trail Use and Responsibility|
|Please remember when using the trails it is your responsibility to stay on the trail. Many of our trails cross private property, and we appreciate the easements granted by these generous landowners.|
|Trail Etiquette - Guidelines|
|It is important to use good trail etiquette to ensure the enjoyment and safety of all trail users.|
Polk County Code of Ordinances