Thursday, May 30, 2013

Always Something to do in Langlade County!

Fall in love with what Wisconsin has to offer at the first annual ATV Free Wheel’n Weekend.  Whether you are an avid ATV rider from out of state or you are local but have not used the local trail system, discover the thrill of a trail ride during the registration free weekend.  For the weekend of June 1-2, 2013, Wisconsin’s public ATV/UTV trails are open free of charge to riders from out of state as well as Wisconsinites whose machines are registered for private or agricultural use.  Take opportunity to get out on the trails free of charge and experience Wisconsin’s expansive trail system offering fun for the whole family in the great outdoors.

This is why the Parrish Highlanders, the White Lake ATVers and the Wolf River Riders, three ATV clubs in Langlade County, are offering up guided trail rides to explore some of the greatest ATVing that the state has to offer.  Meeting at Lil’ Hummers Hideway at the Corner of Highway A and TT on Saturday, June 1 from 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.  At 11:00 a.m. the clubs will have guided trail rides in the Augustine Springs section of the trail system.  After the ride, enjoy a burger or brat back at Hummers.  Festivities to wrap up around 3pm.

The registration free weekend for ATV/UTV trails also coincides with other free events happening around Wisconsin.  The weekend of June 1-2 is also Free Fishing Weekend, which allows fishing anywhere in Wisconsin, including inland waters as well as Wisconsin’s side of the Mississippi River and Great Lakes, without a trout stamp or license.  Sunday, June 2 is State Park Open House Day with free entrance to any state park without the need of a vehicle admission sticker.  A number of free events are also planned as a part of National Trails Day on Saturday, June 1, 2013.

And, don't forget to download the Langlade County Tourism app for up to date trail conditions for all your favorite trails including: ATV, Bike, hiking, and boating to name a few.  Also for fishing reports including water levels for the Wolf River for whitewater rafting and kayaking.  The app is also useful to find great places to eat and stay overnight, whether you enjoy roughing it under the stars or enjoy more modern accomodations of a hotel, cabin or bed and breakfast; the Langlade County Tourism App will help with all that.  Just go to and download it FREE today!!

1 comment:

  1. Great PR piece but this system needs to be expanded to afford more accessibly to trails, trail connections to other trails and more money put into trail maintenance. Langlade county is touting itself as "County of Trails" really is not. With all the ATV and UTV owners out here, there is so much potential for increased tourism...more then snowmobiles since snow in the county is very unpredictable...the business $ that better trails could generate is not being pursued. We live in langlade but will spend our travel $ in Upper Michigan - their motels, restaurants