Wisconsin Trail and Lake Information

Registration Information

How to Register a Boat, ATV, UTV, or Snowmobile in Wisconsin?

You can buy, transfer, or renew a registration online, by mail, or at a Wisconsin DNR Service Center. Go to the DNR website for more information and to start the application.

Snowmobiling Resources

When Do Wisconsin Snowmobile Trails Open?

We all know Wisconsin weather can be a little chaotic. Don't waste your weekend on crummy trails. You can use this map to see the condition and status of all the Wisconsin snowmobiling trails.

Where to Buy a Wisconsin Snowmobile Trail Pass?

It depends.

If you currently belong to both a Wisconsin snowmobile club and the Association of WI Snowmobile Clubs (AWSC), then you can order a discounted $10 pass from AWSC

Otherwise, you can order a pass on the Wisconsin DNR website or at a DNR Service Center. Trail passes are $30 for Wisconsin residents and $50 for non-residents.

Do I Need to Complete a Snowmobile Safety Course Before Riding on Wisconsin Public Trails?

Riders who are born after January 1, 1985, must complete a snowmobile safety certification course to operate on public trails. Riders must also be at least 12 years old to take the course.

You can take an in-person safety class offered by the DNR. Or, you can take a DNR-approved online safety course.

ATV and UTV Resources

Wisconsin ATV and UTV Trails

Looking to find your next off-road adventure? Search through hundreds of miles of ATV and UTV trails on Travel Wisconsin's website.

Do I Need to Complete an ATV/UTV Safety Course Before Riding on Wisconsin Public Trails?

Riders who are born after January 1, 1988, must complete an ATV and UTV safety certification course to operate on public trails. Riders must also be at least 12 years old for ATV and at least 16 years old for UTV to take the safety course.

You can take an in-person safety class offered by the DNR. Or, you can take a DNR-approved online safety course.

Boating Resources

Lake Beulah Boat Launch

Find the boat launch, lake ordinances, and more information here.

Information on Wisconsin Lakes

You can get any information you'll need for any of the lakes in Wisconsin by using the DNR website.