Winter Fun In Rhinelander, Wisconsin

Located just east of Rhinelander, our Premier Resort area offers some great adult and family-friendly winter fun.


Grab your ice fishing gear and head out to one of our area lakes to enjoy the catch with family and friends.

Enjoy our many area cross-country ski trails, fat tire biking or snowshoeing.  For details, visit:

Go downhill skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing at Camp 10 Ski Area.

Grab your friends and family and head to the local hills for sledding or snow tubing.  Sarocka Field (325 East Rives Street) offers free sleds for use while visiting.


Snowmobiling In Rhinelander, Wisconsin

We have some of the best Wisconsin snowmobile lodging, dining and pit stops located on the Hodag Sno-Trails.

Choose any one of our unique lodging establishments, park your trailer, drop your snowmobile , and ride hundreds of miles of scenic, groomed trails right from your door.


The Hodag Sno-Trails, Rhinelander’s original snowmobile club, has built and continues to maintain more than 120 miles of scenic and adventurous trails. The Hodags own and operate two diesel powered 1800 LMC groomers and two John Deere tractors to keep our trails smooth.

These groomed trails link Rhinelander, the hub of snowmobiling, with Lake Tomahawk, Minocqua, St. Germain, Eagle River, Three Lakes, Crandon and Pelican Lake.

Trail Passes are required for all out of state snowmobiles.

View the current snow conditions here.

Resorts On the Snowmobile Trail

The Numbered Resorts are open for the snowmobile season.