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Maps

  • Chippewa County ATV Trails
    Enjoy 35 miles of ATV trails/routes through the Chippewa County Forest with hills, valleys and challenging terrain of the trail, which were created by the action of glaciers, thousands of years ago. The Chippewa County ATV Trail is typically open to ATV riding from May 1st to November 15th of each year (weather permitting).
  • Chippewa Falls/Chippewa County Bike Trail Map
    Chippewa Falls has many great biking opportunities from designated biking trails to scenic road rides. Hop on your bike and let your legs peddle you through beautiful parks, neighborhoods, back country roads and everything in between.
  • Hickory Ridge
    The off road mountain biking trail is 14 miles in length and winds through the quiet and scenic oak and aspen forest and consists of three challenging loops. These trails are maintained throughout the spring, summer and fall for hiking and mountain biking. During the winter the trails are groomed for snow shoeing and fat biking. The trail begins at the parking lot off of 225th Ave. (Bob Lake Rd).
  • Irvine Park Map
    This park on 318 acres includes a band shell, preserved schoolhouse and log cabin, zoo, petting zoo, bears, hyaenas, cougars, tigers,and Glen Loch Dam overlook and a Christmas Village open Thanksgiving Day to New Years Day over 75,000 lights and 100 displays. Trails in the park are good for walking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing
  • Lake Wissota State Park
    This state park located on the north shore of Lake Wissota offers 116 campsites and over 11 miles of scenic trails that pass along Lake Wissota’s shoreline. Although the trails are not developed for biking, bikes are permitted on all but three of the trails. A State Park sticker is required for entrance into the park.
  • Snowmobiling
    Chippewa County offers snowmobile enthusiasts over 500 miles of snowmobile trails to ride on. This trail system travels through Chippewa County and connects with many other county trails with the opportunity to travel by snowmobile statewide.
  • Yellowstone Passport
    Travel all of Wisconsin's 409 miles from Hudson to Kenosha and see, taste, and experience the state's Yellowstone Trail from 1915-1930.