Maps and Walking Trails

The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest provides several mapped hunter walking trails on the Medford-Park Falls Ranger District.  

State Wildlife Areas are open to a full range of traditional outdoor recreational uses. These include hunting, fishing, trapping, hiking, nature study, and berry picking. Dog training or trialing (hunting dog competitions) may be allowed by permit.    

Kimberly Clark Wildlife Area

Spring Creek Wildlife Area

State Natural Areas

The Price County Forestry and Parks Department has maps that show gates, wildlife openings, trails, roads and water (lakes, rivers and streams) features. The maps also show the type of tree species located on the sections of land, and in some instances, the age of the trees. View maps at Price County Forest Hunting Maps. 

Purchase a Price County Plat Book which shows the division of land into blocks, lots, and parcels.    

The following trails are generally well-maintained and mowed regularly to insure high quality game food can continue to flourish. Many wildlife openings are also maintained along these trails. These trails are gated to vehicular traffic and may also be used for hiking, biking, horseback riding, cross-country-skiing and snowshoeing.