Door County

With over 250 miles of snowmobile trails located on Wisconsin’s Door Peninsula region of the Great Lakes, Door County offers a series of unforgettable winter landscapes that include countryside, lakes, farmland, woods, and more.

Many of which you won’t see during other parts of the year because much of this snowmobile trail crosses private land that can only be accessed using the snowmobile trail during winter. The extensive trails are made possible by the generosity of Door County’s snowmobile clubs and private landowners.

You may want to start with the Ahnapee State Trail beginning in Green Bay and traveling 50 miles past the southern county line through evergreen glades, farmland, prairies and wooded areas, with the option for exploring an additional 95 miles of interconnected trails from different counties. Also, within Door County you’ll find Potawatomi State Park where you can enjoy the nearly 9 miles of snowmobiling trails up and down the Niagara Escarpment just outside of Sturgeon Bay. Then there’s Baileys Harbor to Sister Bay, offering 6,000 acres of public land passing through parts of Mud Lake State Wildlife Area (pretty much inaccessible in the muggy warmer months) on groomed snowmobile trails through fields, forests, and along the shore. You can’t help but love the stunning views of Lake Michigan.

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