Length: 14 Miles. Horseback riders can enjoy miles of trails
within the Brule River State Forest, including the Brule-St. Croix
Snowmobile Trail, hunter walking trails and numerous back
Fee/Pass Required: Yes
Length: 10 miles. 10 miles of equestrian trails on the former
Flambeau Mine, Varied terrain including wooded, prairie, and
agriculture, portions along the banks of the Flambeau River. Trail
head include picnic area, trailer/truck parking, and tie-ups.
Length: 15 Miles/1200 miles. 15 miles of designated horse
trails through a gently rolling prairie landscape. Corrals and
stables are available for public rental. Riders may share the
1200 miles of roads and trails meandering evergreen and
hardwood forests in the 278,000 acre County Forest.
Fee/Pass Required: No
Length: 30+ Miles. Over 30 miles of equestrian loops through
gently rolling hardwood ridges. North and South trail head.
Campgrounds, bathrooms, parking, pavilion, grills, and hand
pump for water available.
Fee/Pass Required: No (camping fee only)
Governor Knowles State Forest
Length: 14 miles. Snowmobile/horseback trail in Burnett and Polk
Counties. Out and back trail.
Length: 22 miles. A 22 mile equestrian trail system and trailheads
developed by the Chippewa Valley Trailriders and the Chippewa County
Forest and Parks Department for equestrian use. Gravel parking, toilet
facilities, fire pits and tie lines. The equestrian trails wind through
hardwood poplar forests. The rolling glacial moraine in the area
offers constant changes in terrain and landscape. Riders will pass
many lakes, ponds, and woodland streams on these scenic trails. It
is recommended that you bring drinking water for yourself and your
Length: 6 miles. Trail system designed by equestrians, especially for
equestrians and horse cart drivers (keyed entry). Hitching rails, shelter,
picnic area, water, toilets and dispersed camping (permit required).
Length: 7 miles. 7 miles of trails available in the park for daytime
horseback riding. Horse rental is not available in or near the park.
Length: 6 miles. Trail, parking and primitive camp system in the
Narrow Gauge area of Bear Lake township on county forest land.
Offers nearly 6 miles of riding. Managed by the Barron County Horse
Length: 6 miles. Alongside part of the paved trail is 6 miles of
beautiful equestrian trail. The trail winds through agricultural
and forestland while following the undeveloped shoreline of the
Length: 28 miles. Named for the pine shipped on the route during
the logging era and current stands of pine. View the terminal
moraine left by glaciers 12,000 years ago.
Length: 8 Miles. The trail begins near the town of Saunders and
passes through several communities. The entire trail is open to
horseback riding. The trail is not groomed or surfaced and may be
rough or soft in many sections. Riders must share the trail with
Fee/Pass Required: Yes
Length: 16 miles. Description: Along the banks of the South Fork
of the Flambeau River, this trail offers open vistas and opportunities
to view wildlife. Peaceful, relatively flat and goes through several
different forest types.
Ashland & Douglas Counties
Length: 60 miles. Multi-Use Trail parallels Hwy 2 and stretches
from Superior to Ashland. The tri-county corridor is an abandoned
rail bed trail of pea-sized limestone gravel.