ATV Tours in Northern Wisconsin

Waterfall surrounded by lush green treesWhat better way to celebrate summer than by taking a liberating ATV tour in Northern Wisconsin? The Bayfield County ATV trails present a dynamic matrix that brings you through the glacially crafted landscapes, meandering waterways, and dense forests that exemplify the region. With hundreds of miles of trails and forest roads connecting several towns and villages, Bayfield County, WI, is an ATV rider’s playground. In the heart of Bayfield, Old Rittenhouse Inn offers stunning views of Lake Superior and easy access to the many ATV trails sprawled across the county. What’s more, many of these trails connect to neighboring counties, making the exploration much more enticing. While it would undoubtedly be easy to hop on your rig and find the nearest trailhead, we want to give you some ideas to make the most of your ATV tours other than aimlessly driving around. 

Valhalla Recreation Area

Tucked away in the forested bluffs of Bayfield County, Valhalla Recreation Area has a set of trails that connect with the Tri-County Corridor and the Battle Axe Trail to create over 50 miles of trails worthy of an ATV tour. Here you’ll cut through the fabled Chequamegon National Forest, one of Northern Wisconsin’s hidden treasures. Be sure to bring extra clothing as temperatures can shift quickly due to Lake Superior’s sometimes blustery winds. 

Tri-County Corridor Trail

Connecting the Ashland to Superior, the aptly named Tri-County Corridor Trail passes through the serene landscapes of Ashland, Bayfield, and Douglas Counties. So, for those seeking more leisurely ATV tours, this corridor provides the perfect setting. This 62-mile path was once a railroad and has been resurfaced with pulverized limestone and is wide enough for multiple users.

Lake Superior Getaways in Northern Wisconsin

If you’ve had a chance to look at the map, you’ll know that these trails merely scratch the surface of what is available for an ATV tour in Bayfield County. One of the best ways to relax after a day or two on the trail is to return to a place that feels like home. Old Rittenhouse Inn has all the comforts of your house and amenities that will leave you feeling like royalty. Please contact us online or call 715-779-5111 to learn more about how we can accommodate your Lake Superior getaway.