Welcome to Langlade Snow. The intent of this page is to keep you informed of trail conditions in Langlade County
in Wisconsin. I will also post upcoming events that would be of interest to snowmobilers. If you are a first time
snowmobiler to our County, you will notice that the trail map has numbers at all intersections. The numbers are also
located on the trail at the corresponding intersections. The reason for intersection numbers are two-fold: 1. SAFETY: In
the event of an emergency, rescue personnel will be able locate you quicker. 2. ASSIST the snowmobiler in pin pointing
where you are. In the future GPS coordinates may be added to the intersection signs.
On the Langlade County Snowmobile Map are zones A & B. Usually the trails in Zone A will open prior to those in Zone B;
this is because some of the trails go through open fields in the Antigo area (a lot of the snow can be blown off the fields).
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LANGLADE COUNTY TRAILS:----8:00 AM 1/15/2016: NOTE: Zone "A" trails will open at 8 AM 15 Jan; Zone "B" trails will open at 5 PM 29 Jan.
TRAIL CONDITIIONS:----------------8:00 AM 3/7/2016: IT'S OVER. ALL LANGLADE COUNTY TRAILS ARE CLOSED AS OF 8:00 AM, MONDAY, 7 MAR, 2016.
WEATHER:-------------------------------7:25 AM 5/3/2016: NOW: 40 HIGH: 64. Cloudy with rain developing this afternoon. Chance of rain 80%. WIND: W 10-20.
TONIGHT: LOW: 37. Partly cloudy. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. WIND: NNW 10-15.
Total snowfall 2012-2013: 57 3/4"
Total snowfall 2013-2014: 69 3/4"
Total snowfall 2014-2015: 47 1/4"
Total snowfall 2015-2016: 49" (18 1/2" after trails closed)
2013-2014: First snow--8 Nov-1/4", melted next day
2014-2015: First snow--5 Nov-1 1/4"
2015-2016: First snow--28 Oct-2 1/4"
Snow fall last 24 Hrs: 0"
Snow on the ground at White Lake (measured in an open area): 0".
28 Oct---2 1/4" eve of 28 Oct, melted the next day.
13 Nov---trace of snow early morning of 13 Nov. No accumulation
20 Nov---flurries yesterday, no accumulation
03 Dec---flurries last night, no accumulation
17 Dec---flurries yesterday, no accumulation
24 Dec---flurriesovernight, no accumulation
29 Dec---7" eve of 28 Dec & early morning 29 Dec
08 Jan---2" of heavy/wet snow eve of 7 Jan
11 Jan---1/4" early morning of 11 Jan
12 Jan---1/2" early morning of 12 Jan
13 Jan---1" aft/eve of 13 Jan
15 Jan---ZONE "A" OPEN
26 Jan---2 1/2" eve of 25 Jan
27 Jan---1/4" eve of 26 Jan
29 Jan---ZONE "B" OPEN
29 Jan---1/4" eve of 28 Jan
02 Feb---5" eve of 1 Feb
06 Feb---1/4" early morn of 6 Feb
08 Feb---1/2" eve of 8 Feb
09 Feb---1" afternoon/eve of 9 Feb
14 Feb---1 1/2" afternoon/eve of 14 Feb
16 Feb---1" morning of 16 Feb
19 Feb---37* & RAIN
21 Feb---dusting--no accumulation
22 Feb---1 1/4" morning of 22 Feb
28 Feb---1" afternoon of 28 Feb
04 Mar---2" eve of 4 Mar
07 Mar---ALL TRAILS CLOSED
16 Mar---1/2" eve of 16 Mar
24 Mar---7 1/2" eve of 23 Mar & morn of 24 Mar
25 Mar---2 1/2" additional morning of 24 Mar
05 Apr---2" eve of 5 Apr
06 Apr---1/2" eve of 6 Apr
07 Apr---4 1/2" day of 7 Apr
12 Apr---1" late night of the 12th, early morning of the 13th
The trail east of Lily (Corr 9/16), is a shared trail/driveway. The shared trail/driveway starts where the trail enters the woods after you leave Bostwick Rd and continues east for a couple miles.
The trail north of the Sno Birds clubhouse on Turtle Lake Rd is a shared trail/driveway for about 3/4 mile from Turtle Lake Rd. to the bridge.
19 Dec 1st ride of 2013-2014: Trailered to Watersmeet, MI.
05 Dec 1st ride of 2014-2015: Trailered to Watersmeet, MI.
21 Dec 1st ride of 2015-2016: Trailered to Greenland, MI.
21 Dec: 1st RIDE of 2015-2016. Trailered to Greenland. If you're riding from Pat's Yamaha/Polaris, use the village streets to get to the trail on Plank Rd on the South side of Hwy 38; there's a bad water section just after you cross the Hwy. The first 6-7 miles from Greenland to Twin lakes was a little touchy, but after that the trail improved considerably to good for early season riding conditions. Stopped at Krupps for something to eat. Not to far after leaving Krupps there was a noticable increase in snow on the trail, conditions from here on to Houghton were good to very good. Turned around just after the overlook at Houghton. On the way back I took the trail to Freda, turned around at the road to Freda, did not take the Freda loop back to the grade; in past early season rides there has been water on this section, although there were snowmobile tracks on the trail. Headed back to the grade (Bill Nichols Trail) and Twin Lakes, stopped again at Krupps. Met two riders there from Minnesota that needed trail passes, they did not have any at the store, the nearest trail passes were at Pat's in Greenland. It was their first time in the area, and as I was going to Greenland they could follow me amd I could take them to Pat's. Met quite a few sleds thru out the day. With the exception of the first 6-7 miles out of Greenland, the trails were very good (the Bill Nichols was groomed/panned to Houghton, I don't know what the trail conditions are like on the other side of the bridge in Houghton; also the trail was groomed to the Freda road. It looked like the trail to Alston was groomed, or it could have been that more sleds were using the trail, it was getting dark and I couldn't tell for sure. This is the ONLY area that has any rideable snow, so I would expect traffic to be quite heavy here until other areas get snow. A nice first ride.
06 Jan: Rode North from Lakewood. Encountered small stones all the way to Long lake. There was a short stretch between Carter & Laona that was better, and also for a few miles North of Laona that wasn't to bad; but overall the grade was very marginal. I kept riding in the hopes that it would get better, but there was no improvement. What base they had is gone.
07 Jan: Trailered to Northern Bayfield County (Washburn area). Rode mainly forest roads. They had 4" of new snow on top of 8-10" of earlier snow. The forest roads are not groomed, but are just as good as the trail. Tried to get into Cornicopia & Herbster by trail, but the snow started to get less & less the closer I got to the lake, and I was getting into wet areas. Like everyone else they have water problems and a lot of trees down. A very good ride, a complete turn around from my ride of 6 Jan.
15 Jan: Left from White lake early morning. Rode up the grade to the Sno Birds club house & then to the ski hill to groom, the state inspector was also there to inspect the tows. The grade was very good to Lily, south of the club house along the river, some ruts were encountere, from there on to the ski hill--very good. From the ski hill back to the main trail & south thru the Crockers--very good. Near I23 (South Crockers junction) the road was plowed for logging, but enough snow to ride on, continued West & North to I101B, then west to I101, some plowed trail for logging between I101B & I101, at I101 north to I100, then to I73 via the trail, then to Hummer's for lunch. From Hummer's to Pickerel somne plowed trail for logging. From Pickerel to Frog Alley for a short stop, and the grade back to White Lake. The grade was was very good all the way back to white Lake. Stopped numerous times to throw rocks off the trail that the groomer worked up. All in all, the the trails were very good, alot better then I expected. Trail traffic was very light yesterday, today trail traffic will probably be quite heavy. Debating on whether on not to ride the sled to the ski hill today.
16 Jan: Rode from White Lake to Lily early in the morning, then to the ski hill. The grade was very good, the only problem area is south of the Sno Birds clubhouse by the river for a couple hundred yards; mainly ruts that aren't filled in. From there on to the ski hill junction (I99) the trail was very good. On my return late in the early evening, trail conditions had not changed, still very good. I did talk to snowmobilers at the ski hill & the sno birds club house that were on the Jack Lake, Summit Lake, Elcho, Post lake trails, they said there were some areas that were a little rough, but overall the trails were good. There did not appear to be any evidence of overly aggressive (corners pushed out, etc.) trail riding from the short amount of trail that I was on.
18 Jan: Short ride late afternoon ride. From W.L. to I22C (south of the W.R. bridge--about a mile west of I22C you will encounter a plowed road for a short distance--this is a shared driveway/trail), then west to I22, then north to I23 & I102A, the trail is plowed from the crossing on Hwy 52 to I102(a shared trail/driveway from Hwy 52 to the cabins/trailer)-but has adequate snow cover, also the trail between Kent Rd & Langlade Price Rd is not groomed for 3/4 mile(there are no hazards here, but it will be groomed the next time the groomers are out). I then back tracked to the jct just south of the bridge, then north to Lily turned around at Lily back to I22C & west to I22B, then east to W.L. All trails are holding up remarkably well. Temp was -5.
19 Jan: Another afternoon ride. From W.L. to I21B, west to I22, north to I23 & I102A, then north to I100 (Augustyne Springs rd.), northwest to I73B, 73A, 72, & 71 (corr 16), west to I68 (Jack Lake aera), north to I63, then north & east to I77, southeast to I74 (Hummer's), then south to I73, I100 & I101, then east to I101B, then the north loop to Lily, and the grade back to W.L. Overall the trails were good. I did not encounter any trail that was totally junk. several areas of logging were encountered. There is more late season logging due to the extremely wet fall that prevented any logging. In several areas you just have to slow down because of ruts that aren't filled in yet. The section of trail from I68 to I63 (Jack Lake) was just groomed--very good. The Crockers are still very good, as is the grade from Lily to W.L.
21 Jan: Trailred to Watersmeet, rode east & north to Kenton, Sidnaw, Rousseau, Greenland, west to Rockland, Bergland, south Marinesco, and back to Watersmeet. They have snow. I did not encounter any bad trails. Met groomers several times during the day. Met more sleds on the trail than I expected for a Thursday, also met quite a few snowmobilers headed north up hwy 45. Gas $1.51 at Watersmeet. The ride was well worth the drive.
23 Jan: Early morning ride to Lily & the ski hill, encountered a larger pile of snow on grade just south of Lily where the groomer drag slide off the trail. The driver must have been unaware of the large pile of snow deposited on the trail when he got the drag back on the trail. I marked the area with yellow caution tape and then called another driver to drag the short section, other than that, the grade was very good. The section of trail south of the clubhouse by the river for about 1/2 mile is a little rough, from there to the ski hill--good. Usually when I leave at night I go back to Lily & down the grade, but this time I went down thru the Crockers. I was quite surprised at the condition of the trail, I expected the trail to be used up after Saturday's traffic; but it was still in good condition. I turned east at I22 and back to the grade & W.L.
24 Jan: Same ride as yesterday, no real trouble spots other than by the river for the short stretch. The Crockers are still good, as is the grade. I did take the cut-off trail (I22B to I22C) to the grade south of the bridge, some ruts in here, also a little thin after the plowed road to the grade.
25 Jan: Left early morning for a meeting at Carter with the WI MS chapter organizers to discuss their ride on Fri, 29 Jan. Rode up the grade to Lily, then east & northeast to I95, east to I95B, then east on LMT 2 to the Nicolet St. Tr., then north to the Casino. Good trail to here. After the meeting, back on the Nicolet St. Tr. & north to the junction corr 7 & 9 (unnumbered intersection) then east on corr 9 to Forest county I31, then south to FC I19, then northwest to FC I16 (Wolf River St. Tr.) and then south to W.L. After lunch rode to the Sno Birds to work on a project, and then to Kettle bowl to groom the hill. After leaving the ski hill, I went south thru the Crockers to I22, then east to the grade, and back to W. L. The only rough part was a short section just west of the junction of 7 & 9 (north of laona).
28 Jan: Rode up the grade to the Lily Sno Birds to assist with preparations for the Friday MS ride that will be stopping for lunch at noon. The grade is still very good. From the Sno Birds club house south to the ski hill for some equipment mainaintence. Still a little rough by the river. From the ski hill south thru the Crockers & west to I102, then north to I100, I73 and to Hummer's for lunch. After lunch back tracked to I101 and the north loop to Lily. Some rocks between I73 & I100, and some logging north of I101B (the north loop to the Sno Birds) for a short stretch (there's enough snow on the trail). From Lily the grade back to W.L.
29 Jan: Rode up the grade to I94A (Cty A), then west to the Northwoods Inn for breakfast, then back tracked to the Sno Birds clubhouse to get ready for the MS riders arrival for their noon lunch stop. Had approximately 170 riders. After the event was over, back to W.L. to meet up with some friends from Appleton who wanted to go for a ride. Left W.L. on the grade to I21B, then west to I22, then north & west to I103A (NE of star Neva) then north to I73A & I71, then west & north to I63 (Jack Lake loop--very good) then north & east to Hummer's, tried to get something to eat--they were just to busy, then south to I73B, I100, I101, then east to I101B and the north loop to the Sno Birds (some logging on the north loop--just enough snow), and then back to W.L. Overall the trails were good, but there are areas where it is becoming thin.
30 Jan: Early morning ride to the ski hill to groom, and then to the Sno Birds clubhouse for the ride-in. The weather was perfect for the event; it got a little warm in the afternoon. Trails got a little soft in the open, but in the woods they held up better than expected. I bought 6 tickets for the tool box/TV raffle. The same as last year, I put 1 in the tool box (I donated the tool box as I have for the last several years) and 5 in the TV. Last year I won the tool box and another person with the same last name won the TV. I turned down the tool box and had a re-draw. This year my name was drawn again for the tool box, again I had a re-draw. I had missed who won the TV, but was informed that I had won the 50" TV also. After a ccouple minutes of thought, I decided to have a re-draw for the TV. Both winners were local. A good time was had by all. See you next year.
02 Feb: Short local ride to the west to change a trail sign. The snow was packy, hard to keep the sled from running warm
03 Feb: Got home late in the afternoon after grooming the ski hill. Short ride from W.L. west to I22, then north to I102A, north to lI101, then east to I101B and the north loop to Lily (logging on this section just after you enter the Sno Birds trail, plowed trail for about 1 1/4 mi.) then north to I94A (cty A), back tracked to the Sno Birds for Weds night cards. Then the grade back to W.L. The Polar & Bryant clubs had groomed their trails, Lily hadn't been out yet, the grade was a little choppy.
05 Feb: Rode east to Langlade & the Fish hatchery (I20), then north to I19 & I18, rode a few miles north & back tracked to I18, (trail could have used a little touching up from the grade to north of the Fish Hatchery-heard later that this section was groomed late in the morning ), at I18 east to Oconto Cty I42 (old intersection #) then north to Diamond Roof rd.(Oconto trails very good), continued north to I95B & LMT 4 to Wabeno, then north on the grade to Laona, stopped for gas at Laona, then north on the grade to the jct of Corr 7 & 9, then West to I31, then south to I19 & I16 (grade), the section from Hwy 8 to the grade was quite used up, then south to the Sno Birds & the ski hill (we opened Fri for the Antigo High School), early evening back to the Sno Birds & W.L. the grade to W.L. was starting to develop some chop.
08 Feb: Short local ride yesterday, tried out a different pair of skis. Met the Lily & Polar groomers, not quite enough snow to fill in all the dips, but a vast improvement from the weekend.
09 Feb: Mid afternoon ride. Left W.L. & then east to Langlade & I20 (Fish Hatchery), then north to I19, 18, 17, & 96. The trail from I20 to I96 was a 10. From I96 east & north to I95, then north to Windfall Lake, (very good to here) taking LMT3 north & west to the Nicolet St. Tr.,(some bumps in the middle section of LMT3) then north to cty Q, the grade from hwy Q to cty A was very good. Really nothing wrong with the grade all the way to W. L. Had to cut the ride short for a early evening meeting.
10 Feb: Left mid morning. North up the grade to Lily, then east to I95 (Ada Lk Rd), & east to I95B, then north & east on LMT2 to the Nicolet St.Tr. just south of Carter, then north to Wabeno, then east on Corr 16, then north to Armstrong Creek for food & fuel, then north & west back to the Nicolet St Tr at FC I34, (Newald), (met the groomer making his return run back to Armstrong Creek), trails were very good to excellent to I34, then north to Long Lake, Tipler, and stopping at the white Tail. Then back tracked on the grade to Laona for fuel. There was a short section of trail that needed grooming just south of the north Cavour junction. Noticed that the trail was groomed to the west of Laona, caught & passed the groomer just west of Johnnies, continued south to the grade at I16, (the trail was a little used up from Johnnies to the grade, but the groomer behind me would take care of that, continued south on the grade to Lily & White Lake. The trail from Cty A south to Hollister needed a little touching up; hopefully the groomer was out last night with the colder temps.
13 Feb: Rode in the Snowmobile Hall of Fame ride from St Germain to Fish Tails on Lake Gogebic. The trails were very sugary with stretches that were quite rough; also snow dust was quite heavy. In the many years that I have took part in this ride, I don't ever remember having good trails from St Germain to the north. I often wonder why people ride here when there are better trails in other areas.
14 Feb: After the festivities at St Germain, trailered to Siren to attend a meeting Saturday and participate in the Celebrate Wisconsin ride on Mon. This is a ride where legislatures, public officials and others are invited to participate. The purpose of the ride is to introduce them to the sport of snowmobiling and the state snowmobile program. We rode from Siren to the casino at Danbury. The trail thru the woods was very thin on snow, if it wouldn't have been for the 3/4" of snow over night; cooling would have been an issue. We returned on the Gandy Dancer trail (rail road grade). Surprisingly conditions were better on the grade. That part of the state is very thin on snow.
16 Feb: Short local ride yeasterday in the eastern part of the county. Some small bumps under the new snow, but otherwise good.
17 Feb: Met a group from the Bryant club at a pitstop in Bryant. Headed southwest to Antigo, going around Antigo on the west side, the fields were very good, with one field of corn stubble. Continued south to Aniwa & Eland. I think that it was in this section that we went thru a swamp, with the over grown trees it was almost like we were in a tunnel. Continued south to Wittenberg; and to just north of Tigerton we took a trail to the north as we wanted to get back to the Mountain Bay trail, came out on the M.B. tr. just west of Bowler. Stopped here for lunch. Then headed north to Matton, Phlox, Polar & Bryant. We had a few areas of rough trail; mainly in swampy areas, but overall the trails were very good. I was quite surprised that the trails were that good that far south as I had heard that they were thin on snow. If you plan on riding in Shawno County, call to make sure the trails are open. I heard they may temporarily close the trails because of the upcoming warm/rain forcast.
18 Feb: Rode from White Lake up the grade to Lily, then east to I95B (jct-either to Wabeno or Oconto Cty trls), backtracked to I96 (Bostwick Rd.), then south to I17 (Sawyer Lk Rd), back tracked to Lily Sno Birds clubhouse, then south thru the Crockers to I23--trails were very good to here, continued west & north to I101B (the 3/4 mi section between Kent Rd & Langlade-Price Rd quite rough-a mix-up in grooming assignments occured), then west to I101, north to I100, I73, then I73B, then I71, west to I68, then north on the one-way to I63, then north & east to I77, then east to Hummer's for lunch, then east to Pickerel, this section has been rough in the past, but today it was very good. continued east to Frog Alley & the Wolf River State Tr. & the grade back to W.L., some small stones working up thru the snow between Frog Alley & Lily--still good snow cover, some small stutter bumps starting to develop on the grade between Lily & Hollister. Trail traffic was light. Other than the missed grooming assignment & the small issue on the grade, the trails were very good.
22 Feb: Rode north to Lily, then east to I95B (east of Ada Lk Rd), then south on Corr 16 to Oconto Cty I520, then south to Oconto cty I508 then west & south to Langlade I19, back tracked to I18, and then north to I96 (Bostwick Rd east of Lily), and the grade back to W.L. The trails were actually pretty good. The trails were frozen kind of hard, but there was close to two inches of new snow at Lily and somewhat more to the east. No bare or problem areas.
23 Feb: rode north to I21B (just north of hwy 64) then west to I22, then north up thru the Crockers turning around I99 (ski hill jct) then back tracked south to I22, then east to I22B, & I22C on the Wolf River St trail, then north to Lily, and east to I95B, then north on LMT4 to Wabeno, north on the Nicolet St Tr to LMT7, LMT7 to Laona, an area on LMT7 had logging on earlier-but rideable, stopped for lunch at Double Buck in Laona, but closed on Tuesday, continued north to the jct of Corr 9, then west to F.Cty I31, (there was an area of open water in a swampy area, was able to get around on the side, (in the past this trail had been quite rough thru the swampy section, but now was very good other than the water) at I31 south and a short stop at Johnnies, then south to I19 & the Wolf River St Tr. ( the section from I23 to the grade had been rough in the past, but was groomed & very good to the grade, then south to Lily & White Lake. From where I got on the grade to Cty A was very good, from there south to W.L., occassional stutter bumps. Neither the Lily & Polar club had groomed yet. Although not groomed, still very rideable. All the trails that I was on in Forest County were groomed and good to very good. There is a little more snow here than at White Lake, and still more at Armstrong Creek. Snow was a little thin on the grade north of Wabeno on a long sweeping curve.
24 Feb: Met a group at from the Bryant Ridge Runners at the Snow Birds club house. Rode east & north to Wabeno. North of Wabeno took LMT 8 to the east, and north to Armstrong Creek where we stopped for lunch, (trails quite thin in areas, but good to here, then north & east to the Nicolet St Tr., then south to the jct of Corr 9 in Forest Cty, then west to I31 in Forest Cty & south for a short stop at Johnnies, then south to the Wolf River Trl (trails thin but good to here), then south to the Lily Sno Birds club house, the grade was very good to cty A, Cty A to Lily was a little thin with some small stones working up, from the club house thru the Crockers very good, then east to grade just south of the Wolf River bridge, the grade is a little thin by the fields north of Hwy 64. There will be good riding in Zone "A" Thursday & Friday; with the warm and sunny forcast for Sat, & possible rain Sun, this will take a toll on the trails.
26 Feb: A short late afternoon ride. From White Lake North up the grade to Lily l(groomed & very good to here), continued north to Frog Alley, moderate small stones between Lily & Cty A, some small stones from Cty A to Frog Alley, then west to Pickerel, (close to Pickerel there was a section that was quite thin on snow), continued west to Hummer's, a section in this stretch was very thin--, temp went one bar, continued south to I73, I100, & I101, then east to I101B, a plowed road from earlier logging--thin but rideable, then north to the Sno Birds--a section here is thin also from earlier logging--but rideable, continued south thru the Crockers to I22--groomed-very good, At I22 east to the grade & back to W.L.(this section from I22 to the grade had been recently grommed), a little thin by the fields just north of Hwy 64.
03 Mar: Rode the last day and a half in northern Bayfield Cty. Perfect day --temp in the mid 20's & clear and good snow--smooth trails.
04 Mar: LAST RIDE. Rode from the ski hill south thru the Crockers, then east to the grade at I21B (north of hwy 64), then north to Lily, then back tracked to I22C (just south of the bridge), then west to I22, and north thru the crockers to the ski hill. All trails were very hard, along with ice and about 1/2" of snow, not the best of conditions.
03 Mar 2014: LAST RIDE.
08 Mar 2015: LAST RIDE.
04 Mar 2016: LAST RIDE.
Any comments that you may have about the trails or anything else, please e/m me, thanks.
See you on the trail
KETTLE BOWL:--- CLOSED FOR THE SEASON. The regular schedule is 12-4 Sat & Sun. (we are only open Sat & Sun) A ski shop from Antigo brings a large trailer out to the hill with the rental skiis/boots/poles/snow boards. (ANTIGO SKI, 715.623.4300 or 715.350.1002) The normal hours at the hill are 12-4 Sat & Sun. We may at times be open during teachers conventions or holidays. Kettle Bowl ski hill is located approximately 15 miles NE of Antigo on Hwy 52 or 4 miles SW of the Hwy 52/55 intersection at Lily. We have five rope tows, all runs are intermediate with a bunny/beginners hill. Snow boards are very popular and are welcome. There is no sledding or tubing facilities. We have a very modern chalet with food available that is very reasonably priced. Snowmobilers are welcome, use caution when entering the parking lot & do not travel in front of the chalet, park to your left as you enter the parking lot.
SNOWMOBILE PUBLIC PARKING:----Summit Lake Park at Summit Lake(on Hwy 45 approx 15 mi. N of Antigo), DNR parking lot at Langlade; You can also park at the Lily Sno Birds clubhouse-Lily, Hummer's (jct of Cty A & TT), BP North-Antigo, FS-Antigo-just N. of the lights at the jct of 45/64, Timber Haven(715.623.7662)- Hwy 64 Polar/large parking lot. Inquire at the business before off-loading.
The restaurant in White Lake is closed, everything inside was sold at an auction. At the present time the White Lake Market is serving breakfast on Saturdays & Sundays.
WI TRAIL PASS INFO: Visit the AWSC web site at AWSC.org or the DNR web site.
Thanks to all that stopped at the Lily Sno Birds clubhouse this past season(2015-2016), and to those that didn't, hope to see you this season.
The ice on White Lake went out 1 May, 2013.
The ice on White Lake went out 3 May, 2014.
The ice on White Lake went out 9 Apr, 2015.
The ice on White Lake went out 6 APR, 2016.
Season: Start//End Date: Miles
85-86: 12-20-85//3-20-86: 1,550****86-87: 12-25-86//3-04-87: 1,293
87-88: 12-13-87//3-05-88: 2,492****88-89: 12-18-88//3-18-89: 2,781
89-90: 12-16-89//2-25-90: 1,757****90-91: 12-19-90//3-03-91: 2,839
91-92: 12-14-91//3-22-92: 1,816****92-93: 12-29-92//3-21-93: 1,995
93-94: 12-23-93//3-12-94: 1,672****94-95: 12-30-94//3-10-95: 2,427
95-96: 12-15-95//3-27-96: 3,090****96-97: 12-10-96//3-23-97: 3,078
97-98: 12-31-97//3-21-98: 2,071****98-99: 12-31-98//3-14-99: 2,510
99-00: 01-05-00//2-20-00: 1,890****00-01: 12-20-00//3-24-01: 3,620
01-02: 12-29-01//4-07-02: 3,178****02-03: 12-28-02//3-14-03: 2,123
03-04: 12-13-03//3-23-04: 2,123****04-05: 12-19-04//3-26-05: 2,503
05-06: 12-11-05//3-23-06: 2,278****06-07: 01-02-07//3-23-07: 1,850
07-08: 12-29-07//3-17-08: 2,391****08-09: 12-26-08//3-14-09: 2,494
09-10: 12-18-09//3-04-10: 3,667****10-11: 12-24-10//3-15-11: 2,858
11-12: 12-23-11//3-09-12: 2,533****12-13: 01-03-13//4-24-13: 4,625
13-14: 12-19-13//3-23-14: 4,208****14-15: 12-05-14//3-07-15: 3,806
15-16: 12-21-15//3-04-16: 2,841****
If traveling across a lake, follow the markings. Clubs are not required to mark lake crossings, but they do this as a courtesy.
LANGLADE COUNTY SNOWMOBILE CLUBS
CLUB----------------------------PRESIDENT/phone number----------------MEETING DATE---------------MEETING LOCATION
Antigo Sno-Drifters-----------Tim Grall--------715.623.3910-----------------2nd Mon--------------------various area pit stops
Bryant Ridge Runners-------Carl Thiede----715.627.6089-------------------2nd Tues--------------------various area pit stops
Deerbrook Bridge Runners-Jamie Denke-715.627.0892-------------------3rd Mon--------------------Quinn's-Neva P/S 15
Elcho Sno-Devils--------------Mike Ramuta-715.610.5095-----------------2nd Mon---------------------Sno-Devils clubhouse-Elcho
Lily Sno-Birds-----------------Don Graves-------715.484.4010---------------2nd Sat----------------------Sno-Birds clubhouse-Lily
N. Woods Boulder Lake Snow Goers---Jim Tilkens--715.276.3290-varied(no winter meetings)-----Wolf River Town Hall-Langlade
Phlox Winter Knights-------Gregg Verhasselt--------715.219.3492----------------4th Mon--------------------Phlox Town Hall-Phlox
Polar Blazers-----------------Brian Braun------715.627.4918-----------------2nd Tues---------------------Groomer Bldg-Polar
Tombstone/Pickerel----------Alan Quig--715.216.6758----------------2nd Mon---------------------Tombstone-Pickerel clubhouse on Cty DD-Pickerel
NON RESIDENT TRAIL PASSES AVAILABLE AT:
Antigo Yamaha: Antigo 715.623.4144
DNR: Antigo 715.627.4317
Elcho Shell: Elcho 715.275.3622
Fuller Sales: Antigo 715.623.4912
Mike's Service: Langlade 715.882.8901
Fleet Farm: Antigo 715.623.2063
Motor Sports Marine: Pearson 715.484.2106
Schaefer's Ctry Store: Pearson 715.484.5804
Call ahead to make sure they have trail passes (non club member & non resident) & their hours.
GAS: 24 HOUR GAS, TRAIL accessable.
White Lake-------P/S 47---(White Lake Market--down town White Lake) (next to Black Bear)
Pickerel-----------P/S 90---(Northwoods Inn, Shell, (55/Cty A)
Pickerel-----------P/S 104--(Lotter's BP, down town Pickerel)
Elcho--------------P/S 20---(Elcho Shell, down town Elcho)
Pelican Lake-----P/S 19A--(Musky Mart, BP, E. side of Pelican Lake, next to Hwy 45)
Summit Lake----P/S 37---Summit Lake, BP, just South of Billy Timbers, E. side of Hwy 45.
Antigo-------------P/S 58---(Remington Oil, Exxon, Hwy 45, S. of town)
Antigo-------------P/S 59---(FS, just N. of Hwy 45/64)-next to Burger King
Antigo-------------P/S 69---(Northside Ammoco, BP, 1 mi. N. of 45/64)
Antigo-------------P/S 75A--(BP, just S. of 45/64) (next to Pizza Hut & Super 8)
Antigo-------------P/S 75B--(Wagner's Shell, Forest Ave/Hwy 45, S. side of Antigo)
Antigo-------------P/S 82---(Kwik trip---located at the jct of 64/45)
NON 24 HOUR and/or EMERGENCY GAS, TRAIL accessable
Pickerel---------P/S 91--(N. of Pickerel on Hwy 55, (Schaeffer's Country Store)
Pickerel---------P/S 89--(Hwy A/TT jct-Lil Hummer's)
Langlade--------P/S 44--(Hwy 55/64) (Mike's Service)
Langlade--------P/S 38--(Hwy 55/64) (Bob & Joni's)
Polar-----------P/S 109A (Hwy 64) (formerly Polar Country Club--now Timber Haven, 715.623.7662)
Pelican Lake---P/S 25--(S. end of Pelican lake, Gerrit's Lakeview)
Rolling Stone Lk-P/S 92---(Walleye Lodge, S. shore of lake)
Lily-------------------P/S 110--(Lily Sno Birds-when the club is open)
Neva Corners-----P/S 13-- (Sikora's Market)
Neva Corners-----P/S 15-- (Quinn's)
Above listed are ADVERTISERS on the 2015-2016 Langlade County snowmobile map.
PLEASE stay on marked trails. At times it is tempting to cut corners in fields, or maybe go off the trail in other areas, but the landowners tell the clubs where they want the trail to go across their property. Staying on the marked trail is crucial to the clubs to maintain their trail easements. THANKS
If you would like a 2015-2016 Langlade County snowmobile trail map, send me an e/m with your name & address, my e/m address is at bottom of page.
The WOLF RIVER STATE TRAIL, known locally as "the grade", is open to snowmobiles from White Lake to Crandon.(when the Langlade & Forest County snowmobile trails are open)
LILY SNO BIRDS: The Lily Sno Birds club house is open Wednesdays & Fridays at 7:00PM. ( Open Fri, Sat, & Sun at 11:00AM DURING the snowmobile season when the trails are open) Food and refreshments are available, the family orientated club house is operated by snowmobilers, for snowmobilers & anyone else. There is a large open area to sit & relax, one of the "must stops" if your in the area. Stop and say hi to Don & the crew. Try one of Don's famous steak burgers.
Langlade County is divided in two zones for the purpose of opening & closing of the trails. Zone "A" is basically to the North & East of the Antigo area; Zone "B" is to the SE, S, SW, & W of Antigo. Zones "A" & "B" are clearly marked on the current map(2015-2016). The zone lines may change; it primarily depends on snow conditions, but there are other factors that determine when a Zone is opened; and if the Zone line is changed.
Questions email: Langlade Snow