Things To Do, Places To Go

ATV Trails

The ATV trails in the Crivitz area can be divided into two distinct areas, the northern trails and the southern trails. The Northern Trail starts in Silver Cliff and Athelstane and continue north and east to Goodman, Dunabar, Pembine and eventually to Florence County. These trails are maintained by the Iron Snowshoe and Near North Trail Riders.

The Southern Trail starts just south of High Falls Flowage and continue south and west into Oconto County. These trails are maintained by the Woodlands ATV Club.

McClintock Park is a good place to start. It's just off Parkway Road (Cty I), this 320-acre county park has three bridges that span the Peshtigo River. And is part of the “Waterfalls Tour.” The falls are really more spillways. The forest offers beautiful color in the fall. The park has direct access to the ATV trail system.

The west side trails are a stacked pair of large loops, one to the north and one to the south. The shared trail – the one that splits the two loops – is known locally at the “Bunny Run.” These are large loops. There are no fuel stops in the southern loop; the northern loop offers gas stations in both Goodman and Dunbar.

North of Hwy 8, a third, smaller loop tracks north into Florence County as it circles the Dunbar State Natural Area back to Dunbar. The final leg of the Marinette County adventure trails east from Dunbar on a series of forest roads through Pembine, all the way to the Menominee River and the Michigan border.

Two parking areas serve the north end of the trail system: a new parking area just west of Dunbar via Hwy 8, then south on Airport Road about 1/4-mile and watch for the sign; and a parking area north of Pembine via Hwy 141 and Barlow Lake Road. In the southwest corner of the trail system you can park at McClintock Park near Silver Cliff.

More information is available at Wisconsin ATV - UTV Association.

More Activities

ATV Trails
Cross Country Skiing
Day Trips
Golfing & Mini Golf
Horseback Riding
Rock Climbing
Whitewater Rafting
Zip Lining

"I'd recommend this spot to anyone - quiet and close to many other resorts/supper clubs."
Tom & Karen from Green Bay · read more guest comments