Motorized Recreational Trails in Superior Open for the Winter
Ok, the weather HAS been a bit warm, but that’s about to change…now we need to pray for snow and BAM! Hit the trails in Superior. The City of Superior just released information on what trails are open for motorized use.
Apparently the City of Superior is required to notify the public of trail openings, so here it is.
All designated motorized recreational trail systems in the City are open to motorized use. They are:
- The Tri-County Corridor/Osaugie Trail
- The Crosstown Trail
- The Superior Municipal Forest motorized trails (includes McClure’s Landing Road)
If you’re an ATV rider, you’re free to ride anytime. For sled/snowmobile riders, please wait until there is sufficient snow cover on the trails.
If you have questions, or need more information about City of Superior trails, call Mary at the Parks & Recreation Division, 715-395-7270.
As always, be responsible and think safety when riding.