Otter Springs Trail

Our initial focus is building singletrack mountain bike and hiking trails that intertwine with the existing Otter Springs double track network, which is on Forest County public land that is designated for non-motorized use only.  There is a main trailhead that offers parking, picnic tables, and an outhouse.  The singletrack starting point and additional trailhead is back up the road by the "gravel pit"  Our singletrack can also be accessed directly off the doubletrack, about 1/4 mile into the Yellow Loop.  A map of the entire double track network can be found on the link below.  Our trail can be found on Otter Creek road, off from US Highway 8 between Crandon and Laona.

Our Mission

  • Promote non-motorized forest trail use, especially by families, youth, and non-residents.
  • Enhance and expand recreational trail opportunities
  • Provide opportunities for trail users to help support trail development and maintenance through volunteer time, user fees, fund raisers, etc
  • Obtain grant monies to help finance trail/trailhead improvements.  

About Us

Family Fun

Yes, these trails can be challenging, but don't let it deter you from bringing the family out for some healthy fun!

Winter Trails

Don't let the cold and snow deter you from enjoying your favorite sport!  We do our best to provide nice firm groomed trails for fat bikes and snowshoes during the winter months!

Trail Construction

Thanks to the aid of our equipment that we purchased with the generous donation from Forest County Potawatomi Community, we will be continually building new and improving existing trail.  This doesn't come free though, as funds, and more importantly, volunteer time is much appreciated.

Donate Now

Your donation will help fund our operations to continue building new and maintaining existing trail.  We are a 501c3 tax exempt charity.

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Forest County Area Singletrack Association