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Tuscobia State Trail (74 Miles Of All-Year Round Trails)

Tuscobia State Trail

A mix of history and scenic beauty, the Tuscobia State Trail is a 74-mile abandoned railroad grade that provides four seasons of fun.

Depending on the time of year, section of the trail, and your particular interests, activities on the multiple-use Tuscobia State Trail include hiking, ATV and UTV riding, snowmobiling, horseback riding, bird watching, fishing, mountain biking and canoeing.

There is NO small game hunting allowed along the trail. Deer hunting is allowed on the trail from November 15 to December 15. It is strongly recommended that trail users wear blaze orange during gun deer season.

Running through Barron, Washburn, Sawyer and Price counties, you can find plenty of activities to keep you busy on the Tuscobia State Trail.

Use the maps as a guide to plan your vacation along the Tuscobia State Trail. Many of the communities offer lodging and restaurants, as well as other amenities.

For more information regarding the Tuscobia Trail, check out the full guide to all trails and activities and maps of the entire stretch.

About the Tuscobia Trail

The Tuscobia has a variety of offerings as you travel from one end to the other, through each individual community.

Due to the different land uses for the trail, history and geography, you could spend a significant amount of time in one section or explore the entire trail, with many amenities and overnight accommodations along the route.

The Tuscobia State Trail is open to the public, but users must proceed with care as many of the sections remain underdeveloped.

Activities such as hunting and bicycling do occur on the Tuscobia State Trail. Cycling however is not encouraged as the trail is not groomed or surfaced and may be rough or soft in many sections of the trail making this potentially unsafe. Mountain bikes are recommended if one participates in this activity.

Trail-users need to be aware that the Tuscobia Trail is a multiple use trail. In order for all users to enjoy the trail, respect others and follow proper trail etiquette.

Address & Contact Details

Tuscobia State Trail
Department of Natural Resources
Manager/Ranger Tuscobia State Trail
36764 Copper Falls Road
Mellen, WI 54546
Ph: 715-274-5123
e-mail: [email protected]

Friends of the Tuscobia Trail

Friends of the Tuscobia Trail is a non-profit organization committed to developing the Tuscobia State Trail as a multi-use trail that can be enjoyed by all.

Created in 2001, Friends of the Tuscobia Trail was born out of the need for additional economic and use enhancements.

By working with various government agencies, associations and private landowners, Friends of the Tuscobia Trail hope to further develop the trail so it is always available for hiking, ATV and snowmobile use along with other possible uses such as skiing and cycling.

Persons interested in learning more about Friends of the Tuscobia Trail and how to get involved are encouraged to call 1-715-266-2444 or 1-715-266-2317.

Tuscobia Trails ATV Association

The Tuscobia Trails ATV Association is a non-profit club that has been in existence since 1999. We are located in upper Midwest Wisconsin on the Tuscobia Trail in Winter, Wisconsin.

We are a riding club with over 200 members through out Wisconsin and neighboring states. With the support of area business we sponsor events throughout the year.

Safety Message

The Tuscobia State Trail is a state treasure and should be enjoyed by outdoor enthusiasts of all interests. Please make safety a priority while using the trail.

Follow all regulations by requesting specific trail information for each area as rules can vary.

  • Be certain your equipment is in good mechanical condition at all times.
  • Wear sensible protective clothing.
  • Use proper safety equipment at all times.
  • Make efforts to know the terrain by asking others who have traveled on it before or by calling one of the contacts for more information.
  • If you choose to use the trail at night, make certain you have proper operating lighting systems.
  • Stay on the trail.