Langlade County Economic Development Corporation

Antigo, WI


Any season of the year is the right time to visit Langlade County, Wisconsin's County of Trails. Whether you're looking to explore or just relax, Langlade County, located in the great "Northwoods", offers residents and visitors alike an abundant array of cultural, historical, natural and recreational options.
For the outdoor enthusiast, Langlade County offers many exciting and refreshing outdoor adventures for people of all ages and experience levels! Whether you're walking, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, ATVing, Langlade County has the perfect scenic trial just for you.

If rafting or paddling is what you are looking for, then nothing beats whitewater rafting or whitewater kayaking in eastern Langlade County. The famous Wolf River is one of the best whitewater rivers in the Midwest! The Wolf River offers everything from quiet calm waters in the northern section to complex rapids in the southern sections.

Fishing or hunting you say? With 842 natural lakes, 225 streams, 200 spring ponds, and over 127,000 of hunting acres, Langlade County provides unlimited hunting and fishing opportunities."

As the air begins to chill and the snow begins to fall, residents and visitors get their cross country skis, downhill skis, snow boards, snow bikes, and snow shoes dusted off and ready to enjoy. Langlade County has six cross country ski trails located throughout the county. If downhill skiing or snow-boarding is more your families sport than you will be pleasantly surprised to find a little hidden secret known as Kettlebowl Ski Area. With five runs covered in naturally made snow, Kettlebowl Ski Hill is a true ski bargain. Kettlebowl Ski Hill is open on Saturday and Sunday when weather permits. Tow rope tickets cost $5.00 and under with rental equipment available on grounds when open.

ATV & Snowmobiles

Over 530 miles of impeccably groomed trails await snowmobilers and ATVers. Trails link numerous resorts, restaurants, taverns and service stations. Trails are maintained for public use by 10 local clubs and Langlade County. Trail system in Langlade County and statewide would not be possible without the dedicated club members and the private landowners gracious enough to allow trails over their properties. Winter trails are closed to ATVs when the temperature is above 28 degrees F.
Photo by Dave Peterson
The ATV trails are located mostly on land owned and managed by Langlade County. Trails are maintained by Langlade County with the exception of private property, which is maintained by local clubs. There are over 96 miles of trail connected by several routs. The trail is very scenic and traverses glacial moraines, upland hardwoods, cedar swamps and small rivers and lakes. The terrain is slightly rolling to very hilly and links to Oconto, Lincoln, Oneida, and Forest County. The trails open May 1 and close December 1, weather permitting. For more information, rules, regulations, and detailed maps, visit www.countyoftrails.org

From weekly Farm Markets to the annual Wolfman Triathlon to ice fishing tournaments, there's fun around every corner just waiting for you to join in. So come and see for yourself why Langlade County, Wisconsin, The County of Trails, is a must see and a must stay destination.

Photo by Mark Payne


Learn more at langladecounty.org

Langlade County Economic Development Corporation
312 Forrest Avenue
Antigo, WI 54409
(715) 623-2085
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