Rivers Edge Campground is just a mile north of the Barron County - Washburn County border which both offer a lot of trails for ATV/UTV enthusiasts.
Washburn County manages 103 miles of ATV trails, primarily on our county forest lands. The Wild River Trail, an abandoned railroad corridor running north and south through the county, is the backbone if the trail system. The County maintains numerous addition trail segments connecting various communities in the area. These trails are open for ATV and UTV use with minor segments shared with other vehicles. Please note that motorcycles and dirt bikes are not permitted on our trails. We are currently looking at other potential trails throughout the County. Please note that with the exception of the Wild River Trail, ATV use is not permitted anywhere on the County Forest between April 1 through the first Friday before Memorial Weekend. All ATV use is prohibited at any time that DNR fire danger is listed at very high or higher. Please tread lightly and stay on trails. Our trails are maintained primarily by volunteers. Want to get involved? Contact us for information about joining an ATV Club.
Click here for a Washburn County Trail Map For more information and trail maps, visit Washburn County Tourism
ATV Trails – 78.9 Miles
•Cattail Trail 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 is generally closed mid October for hunting and is then reopened when we open the snowmobile trails and then closes again during the spring thaw and reopens May 1st.
•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.
Click here for a Barron County Trail Map.