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Presque Isle, Wisconsin

Trail Conditions: Closed
Snow Cover: 0-2"
Date of Report: March 7, 2017
Area Report:

Report from Presque Isle-Winchester Sno-Bunnies:

Good Tuesday Morning Snowmobilers!!!!!……The “Vilas Trail system” CLOSED at 7:00 am today!!!… March 7th…. Due to High winds and 50 degree temps yesterday… The trails are no longer safe…..We will keep you posted if anything changes……

Thank you for supporting our trails from all of us in Sno-Bunnie Country!!! A Big “THANK YOU” to all who purchased “Tickets” to our Presque Isle/Winchester “Sno-Bunnies Raffle”….Congrats to the “Winners” and a fun day was had by all!!!!……The proceeds will be very helpful in the “Maintenance” of our trail system for the upcoming year…..




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Presque Isle sits at the top of Wisconsin and shares a border with Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, serving as one of the Midwest’s top snowmobiling destinations. The area offers awesome riding, with trails meandering through vast stretches of pine and hardwood forests, and around numerous lakes.

Three people riding snowmobiles, snow fallingPresque Isle is blessed by the Lake Superior Snowbelt and sees more snow than most other Wisconsin locations. Over 600 miles of impeccable snowmobile trails are in Vilas County, with new county-wide or Upper Peninsula destinations to be enjoyed every day of the week! The Presque Isle/Winchester Sno-Bunnies keep the trails superbly marked, maintained, and safe for all to enjoy.

With fantastic scenery, hospitable restaurants and taverns, and cozy lodges, Presque Isle aka “Wisconsin’s Last Wilderness is the ideal destination for your next snowmobile trip.