All Barron County ATV Trails are closed with the exception of the Cattail State Trail from Turtle Lake to Almena, the Wild Rivers State Trail from the City of Rice Lake to the Washburn County line, and Trail 39N from Turtle Lake to Cumberland also stays open except for the gun deer season. All road routes remain open year round.
ATV Trails – 80.90 Miles
8.0 miles, originates in Almena and continues west to the Polk County line. Continues west in Polk County to Amery (Total distance from Almena to Amery is approximately 22.0 miles). Open to ATVs year round.
Cattail Trail Extension
16.0 miles, originates in Almena and continues east to Cameron. Three miles east of Almena there is a 30 acre intensive use area for ATV’s (playground). This facility also has a 3 acre parking lot, with a loading/unloading ramp, large shelter, picnic tables and permanent restrooms. The extension of the cattail trail (Almena to Barron) is closed November 1st and reopens May 1st for ATV use. This portion of trail can be utilized by snowmobiles when the snowmobile trails are open.
Wild Rivers Trail
9.1 miles, originates in Rice Lake and continues north through Washburn and Douglas Counties to Solon Springs (approximately 62 miles). Open to ATVs year round.
Three miles east of Almena at 8 3/4 Street North, there is a 30 acre intensive use area for ATV’s (playground). This facility has a 3 acre parking lot, with a loading ramp, large shelter, picnic tables and permanent restrooms. The ATV intensive use area remains open through the winter, gates at each end of the area are closed but road routes can be used.