Trail Conditions Winter

 Cross Country Ski Trails 
 Snow Bike Trails 
 Snowmobile Trails


  

Cross Country Ski Trails Conditions

All ski trailheads have automated paystations where you may purchase a daily or annual pass with a credit card.  The machine will provide a paper permit for a daily pass, a card permit for an individual season pass and a paper receipt for the family pass that is redeemable in the park office or by mail.  If you have any questions with the machine give us a call at 920-448-6242. Enjoy the convenience!!

Do not walk or snowshoe on the trails when snow covered. Our groomers put their heart and soul into the trail system for a few short months, and walking on them can destroy the trail for a long time.  Thank you, BC Park Rangers


Barkhausen - 2/13/2024 - CLOSED 

No snow on trails.

Neshota Park - 2/13/2024 - CLOSED  
Lack of snow
                     

Reforestation Camp - 02/15/2024-CLOSED: 1/2 inch of wet snow received last night. Trails remain closed. Grooming is not possible due to large bare spots under dense tree cover and boilerplate conditions on other sections of trail. 

Excellent: Compacted base of 4” or more in depth with no bare spots. Tracks set or reset for traditional skiing on entire trail length. Tracks firm with no ice. For skate skiing, 1” of loose snow with no ice.
Good: Compacted base of 2” to 4” or more with no bare spots. Tracks set or reset for traditional skiing on most of the trail length with only a few marginal icy areas. Skate skiing trails have hard-packed snow with some icy areas.
Fair: Compacted base of 1” to 3” with marginally thin spots and rough areas. Tracks set for traditional skiing over most of the trail system with some icy areas that can’t be tracked or groomed. Skate skiing trails have hard-packed snow with some icy areas.
Poor: Compacted base of 1” to 2” with bare, icy or wet spots. Tracks for traditional skiing cannot be set and skate skiing surface cannot be prepared. Can also be applied to non-groomed trails.
 

Snow Bike Trails

Reforestation Camp - 02/15/2024  - OPEN. 1/2 inch of snow received last night. Trails remain open, but no grooming will occur. Some minor trail work will occur in the next week in prepartion for the Shivering Pines Fat Bike Race on Feb. 24th.Snowmobile Trails

This report is updated immediately when trails open and is the best source for Brown Co snowmobile trail conditions.

Please watch for water pockets, drifts and variable snow conditions. Stay on the trail and ride safe!

ZONE 1 -  CLOSED
Trails are east of I-43 and north of Highway 54.

ZONE 2 - CLOSED
Trails are east of I-43 and south of Highway 54.

ZONE 3 - CLOSED
Trails are west of I-43 and east of County PP to County W, then County W south.

ZONE 4 - CLOSED
Trails are east of the Fox River and west of County PP to County W, then County W south.

ZONE 5 - CLOSED 
Trails are west of the Fox River and south of Highway 29 in the southern portion of Brown County.

ZONE 6 - CLOSED
Trails are west of the Bay of Green Bay and north of Highway 29 in the Howard-Suamico area.