** Trail Reports **

Anytime you’re on groomed trails take care not to damage the trails. Walking, skiing, biking, snowshoeing & pets can all damage soft trails.   If your are leaving tracks more than an inch deep-stay off the groomed portion of the trails. Enjoy!

City Park TrailsSpooner WI

4.26.2023: City Park Ski Trails are dry and ready for your next walk and/or run. Get outside today and Enjoy!

Wild Cat – Spooner WI  (Wild Cat Website)

4.27.2023: Wildcat trails are opening up and drying out. 

The north end of the system is rideable, with some wet areas, so get out there and enjoy them.
Over the next few days, trails will be cleared of downed limbs, etc, and we will advise when they are dry and passable.
Additionally, trail building efforts will be starting soon to wrap up the new trail heading south from the parking lot on 70.

Visit our Wild Cat Website (link above) for the latest conditions and updates.

Beaver Brook – Spooner WI

4.24.2023:  Beaver Brook Trails are open for hiking, walking and trail runs!

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