OHM Trail Riding
The Tamaracks Off Highway Motorcycle (OHM) Single Track Trail System main trailhead is located at 5019 Tamarack Road in Conover, Wisconsin. This trail system offers three different riding challenges. The Green Loop offers the beginner 8.5 miles of family friendly riding. The Blue Loop steps it up to an intermediate riding experience of 6.5 miles. The Black Loop offers the not so faint of heart 7.2 miles of tight, slow, and very challenging riding. Bark Busters are recommended!
To ride this two-way single track trail system all this is needed is a Wisconsin DNR OHM Trail Permit. This permit can be purchased at your local DNR office or online at gowild.wi.gov.
This trail system is open strictly for both limited use and plated motorcycles from early May to October 31st. The main trailhead now has a loading ramp, open air pavilion and expanded parking area for cars, trucks, and trailers. The Tamarack Springs Campground is located adjacent to the trailhead and reservations for this primitive campground can be made online.
An extensive catalog of GPS guided Dual Sport/Adventure paths have now been re-homed to main park and ride trailhead. They consist of various loops ranging from 20 miles to 250 miles. There are well over 2,100 miles of guided paths providing a fantastic Northwoods experience. The link below will give you access to those GPS guided paths.
Landover Dual Sporter’s Club
Promoting riding opportunities and good stewardship for Off-Highway Motorcycle (OHM) use in Northern Wisconsin.