As we enter into another new year, winter has fully descended on the beautiful state of Wisconsin, and that means one thing. It's time to get outside and enjoy the best Wisconsin snowmobiling around the state! The state of Wisconsin is a spectacular snowmobiling destination, and it has more than 25,000 miles of dedicated Wisconsin snowmobiling trails in just about every corner of the state.
Though enjoying some time snowmobiling is certainly a favorite pastime for Wisconsinites, it's not the only thing to do around here in the winter. Wisconsin truly is a winter wonderland, filled with incredible places to explore indoors and out. With far fewer crowds in some of the top recreational areas of the country, winter is also a great time to enjoy the Badger State without the large crowds of summer.
As you zip from one Wisconsin snowmobiling trail to the next this winter, make sure to plan in plenty of downtime at one of our extraordinary Bed and Breakfasts. Our Inns are located in some of the most popular vacation destinations around the state. Wisconsin Bed and Breakfasts offer a wide range of accommodations, but all offer exceptional service and hospitality. They are truly the perfect place to relax, unwind, and explore this winter.
As you hone in on your next getaway destination, be sure to include a stay at one of the best places to stay in Wisconsin - one of our great Wisconsin Bed and Breakfasts!
Find the Best Wisconsin Snowmobiling Around the State
There's no denying it. Winter in Wisconsin is synonymous not only with snow but with fun! A big part of that fun is heading out for adventure on the top Wisconsin Snowmobiling Trails around the state. Heading out to find new snowmobiling trails is a great way to explore the state and give yourself a little getaway while you're at it.
Though some of the most famous Wisconsin snowmobiling trails are located in the rugged Northwoods of Wisconsin, including Eagle River, St. Germain, and Minocqua, there are many more delightful snowmobiling destinations worth considering. You can stay up to date with conditions on all local trails with Travel Wisconsin's Snowmobile Snow Report.
Take a look at our recommendations below, and choose confidently, knowing each of these areas houses several lovely Wisconsin Bed and Breakfasts.
One of the best Wisconsin snowmobiling trails in the northeast is the Ahnapee State Trail in Door County. The trail is 48-miles long and connects the communities of Kewaunee and Sturgeon Bay. While you're up there, you can also enjoy some snowmobiling and other winter sports at Potawatomi State Park. It offers beautiful views along the Niagara Escarpment. There are also miles of trails that run up the remainder of the door county peninsula and will surely provide you with a beautiful day (or more) worth of fun!
Head to the northwest corner of the state, where you'll find more than 600 miles of groomed Wisconsin snowmobiling trails in Bayfield County. This area is known for having some of the best snow in the state. Popular snowmobiling trails include Trail 1 in Red cliff and the Moquah Barrens State Natural Area. Some great trails circle Lake Namakagon, part of the stunningly beautiful Chequamegon National Forest. This area is perfect for a variety of winter sports!
Much like during the rest of the year, the rugged town of Wausau is an extraordinary place to enjoy a variety of winter sports, including, of course, snowmobiling. Wausau is home to 29 snowmobile clubs. There, you'll find access to various incredible trails like the Mountain to Bay State Trail, which you could feasibly ride to Green Bay. In total, there are 790 miles of Wisconsin snowmobiling trails to ride here.
Head south towards the Wisconsin Dells, and you'll find many delightful Wisconsin snowmobiling trails to explore, including the opportunity to glide through the beautiful Baraboo Bluffs. There are just over 200 miles of snowmobile trails in Sauk County, part of Wisconsin's scenic Driftless Region.
A bit further west of the Baraboo area will take you to LaCrosse, Sparta, and Viroqua, also popular getaway towns with various Wisconsin snowmobiling trails to explore - not to mention plenty of opportunities for winter recreation. Some of the best trails in this area can be found at Kickapoo Valley Reserve, and there are more than 250 miles of trails in the greater Vernon County area.
Where to Stay: Stewart Inn in Wausau, Inn at Wawanissee Point in Baraboo, Ringling House Bed and Breakfast in Baraboo, Vallery Springs Farm B&B in Reedsburg, Justin Trails Resort in Sparta, Four Gables Bed and Breakfast in LaCrosse, and Westby House Inn B&B in Westby
The Best Places to Stay in Wisconsin For Your Adventures
As much as we hope you get out to enjoy some of these fantastic Wisconsin snowmobiling trails, we also know there are so many other great things to do in Wisconsin this winter. Between cross country skiing, snowshoeing, skiing and snowboarding, curling, and more, there's truly never a dull moment in this incredible state.
It's all made better, of course, by the opportunity to stay at some of the best places to stay in Wisconsin; our collection of Bed and Breakfasts. Our unique collection of Inns most certainly will not disappoint. We offer a range of accommodations in different locations around the state, each offering something unique and an authentically Wisconsin experience.
After a day snowmobiling around the state, odds are you'll be ready for a warm and comfortable place to relax and unwind for the rest of the day. That's precisely what you'll find at our properties. Our hospitality is award-winning. Not only will you enjoy dedicated and personalized service, but you'll be treated to a freshly prepared and delicious breakfast each morning of your stay, in addition to a wonderful range of amenities - all things you can't find at traditional hotels in this modern era.
Wisconsin's winter wonderland is waiting. Book your next getaway at one of our Wisconsin Bed and Breakfasts, and enjoy the best Wisconsin snowmobiling this season has to offer!