Cattail Trailhead: All-Terrain Vehicle / ATV Trails
All-terrain vehicles (ATVs) are allowed all year long. About 2.5 miles east of Almena, Barron County has developed an ATV intensive use area. There is a trailhead with rest rooms available. Located on Mildred Avenue.
NEW and upgraded ATV Cattail Trailhead. The Cattail trailhead has a new state of the art restroom facility, paved parking lot, ATV load/unload ramp, grills, and picnic area.
The Cattail State Trail travels for 18 miles on a former rail corridor between the communities of Amery and Almena in northwestern Wisconsin. Forests, farmlands, prairies, hills and various wildlife habitats surround the trail, which also passes through the Village of Turtle Lake. The trail is maintained and managed by Polk and Barron counties. The Village of Almena is very fortunate to have direct access to the trail right within the village! Have fun, be safe, and please obey the trail regulations.
Get more info on the Wisconsin State Park website > Wisconson State Park System
Barron County ATV Playground
ATV park located 4 miles east of Almena right off the ATV trails. This park was built in partnership by Barron County and the Dusty Trail Finders ATV Club
Almena, WI 54805
Phone: (715) 637-4275
Playground, softball field, RV facility, Veteran's Memorial, pavilion, picnic tables, ice skating in the winter, plenty of room to run, walk your dog or play Frisbee! Reserve the Park!
Shadyside Park offers playground equipment for kids, a softball field, a new RV camp 8-site facility including water and electric hook-up, a Veteran's Memorial, pavilion, picnic tables, ice skating rink in the winter, and room to play Frisbee, run, walk your dog, and restroom facilities (available seasonally).
Located on Park Drive in Almena, WI
Almena Family Fun Days
Almena Fun Days is an annual event in the Village of Almena, WI.
JOIN US FOR TWO DAYS OF TRACTOR AND TRUCK PULLING, FOOD, BEVERAGES & ENTERTAINMENT at Shadyside Park!
ALMENA FUN DAYS IS SPONSORED BY THE ALMENA COMMERCIAL CLUB
Just 10 miles from Almena. Schedule your tee time at the Rolling Oaks Golf Course in Barron, WI. Open to Members & Non-Members. 18 hole course in western Wisconsin.
Rolling Oaks Golf Course
440 W Division Ave
Barron, WI 54812
Phone: (715) 537-3409
BOOK YOUR TEE TIME ONLINE!
More Area Golf Courses
Lakes, Trails, & Wildlife Areas
Northwestern Wisconsin is scattered abundantly with lakes, rivers, marshes, and other wetlands and wildlife areas. These natural landscapes provide us with scenic beauty, habitats for various wildlife, and several opportunities for outdoor recreation, conservation, preservation, and environmental interest. Barron County has 369 lakes and Polk County has 437.
Fishing, Kayaking, Preservation & More
Mountain Biking / Off-Road Bicycling
Share the trail by foot or by bike! Leashed pets are allowed.
Let the snow fly on Cattail Trail's ungroomed trails!
Skiing and Snowshoeing
No trail pass needed for skiers! Cattail State Trail is not groomed and skiers & snowshoers must share the trail with snowmobilers.