We're fully in the throes of winter in Wisconsin, which means it's time to get out and have some fun. Why not try some new Wisconsin snowmobile trails this winter? We'd guess you haven't explored many of them. After all, Wisconsin is home to an incredible 25,000 miles of snowmobile trails; it's no wonder this has become such a popular winter pastime!
There are an incredible number of ways to have fun in Wisconsin this winter, and our Innkeepers will be your perfect guide, especially when you're looking for those hidden gems and off-the-beaten-path snowmobile trails! Add to your winter adventures a stay at one of our romantic Bed and Breakfasts, and you have the perfect getaway. When it's time to come inside after a day of playing in the snow, our exceptional accommodations await. Experience the best Wisconsin snowmobile trails for yourself this winter, and book a room at one of our unique Bed and Breakfasts.
Thrilling Wisconsin Snowmobile Trails
Winter's in Wisconsin are exceptionally fun. Between cross country skiing, snowshoeing, skiing and snowboarding, curling, and hitting up the best Wisconsin snowmobile trails, there's truly never a dull moment! But, regardless of how much fun you'll have in Wisconsin, the best part about staying here is the chance to stay with one of our member Bed and Breakfasts.
Our Inns are located near some of the state's top attractions, including some truly incredible snowmobile trails. There's little doubt that choosing our collection of Inns for your lodging is the best decision you can make.
Though there are legendary snowmobile trails in the rugged Northwoods of Wisconsin, including Eagle River, St. Germain, and Minocqua, there are many more delightful snowmobiling destinations to consider that aren't so remote. Take a look at our recommendations below, and choose confidently, knowing each of these areas house a number of delightful Wisconsin Bed and Breakfasts.
If you find yourself in the Green Bay or Door County area, head to the Ahnapee State Trail for some extraordinary snowmobiling. This trail is 48-miles long and connects the communities of Kewaunee and Sturgeon Bay. Another great place to explore in the area is Potawatomi State Park, where you'll enjoy the winding trails along the Niagra 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!
From the Green Bay area, you could launch yourself into a true Northwoods snowmobiling adventure if you wanted to. Prime snowmobiling areas are just a couple of hours to the northwest and could make for an extraordinary day trip.
Bayfield County has more than 600 miles of groomed snowmobile trails and offers some of the best snow in the state of Wisconsin. Popular places to go include Trail 1 in Red cliff and the Moquah Barrens State Natural Area. A little farther south are the trails that circle Lake Namakagon, part of the stunningly beautiful Chequamegon National Forest.
The rugged town of Wausau is located in Marathon County, which is home to 29 snowmobile clubs, and incredible trails like the Mountain to Bay State Trail, which you could feasibly ride all the way to Green Bay. In total, there are 790 miles of Wisconsin snowmobile trails to ride here. Head south towards the Wisconsin Dells, and you'll find a number of delightful Wisconsin snowmobile trails to explore!
In Sauk County, where you'll find popular getaway towns like Baraboo, visitors can 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. Moving west, you'll come across the towns of LaCrosse, Sparta, and Viroqua, also popular getaway towns with a variety of Wisconsin snowmobile trails. Great trails can be found at the Kickapoo Valley Reserve, along with more than 250 miles of trails in the greater Vernon County area.
Seek the Unique; the Best Lodging in Wisconsin
If you're looking for the perfect lodging in Wisconsin, you'll find it amongst our unique collection of Inns. We offer a range of accommodations in different locations around the state, each offering something unique, and each authentically Wisconsin. After a day on Wisconsin snowmobile trails, odds are you'll be ready for a warm and comfortable place to relax and unwind for the rest of the day. That's exactly what you'll find at our properties. Let us extend to you our award-winning hospitality, and you'll find yourself never wanting to leave.
When it's time to head back outside for another day of fun, our exceptional breakfasts made fresh by your Innkeeper will hit the spot and keep you fueled for the adventure ahead. Come experience a small slice of Wisconsin's winter wonderland, and book a room at one of our romantic Wisconsin Bed and Breakfasts today!