The Tigerton OHV Park is a 500+ Acre OHV park that features RL4WD trails, crawling obstacles, and campground. The South Branch of the Embarrass River meanders alongside the campground and trail system making for a truly majestic experience. RL4WD's must be road legal in the state of Wisconsin, have an exhaust system, and 40" or less tire size.
The core team that helped build the RL4WD Assoc. also helped build and start this park over on the ATV side around 1994. In 2020 the village approved the use of Road Legal Four Wheel Drives (RL4WDs) daily along with ATV/UTV/Motorcycles to become the first true OHV park in Wisconsin.
Tigerton OHV Park is about 1 hour west of Green Bay, 1 hour north of Appleton, and 45 minutes east of Wausau. Located 1/2 mile east of Tigerton off County Road M.
We are a public park and campground Owned and operated by the Village of Tigerton located along the Embarrass River. We host 30 miles of beautiful Slow Speed Trails along with 70 campsites, ranging from rustic to RV. Electric is available at all RV sites. We also have coin-operated laundry, vending machines, and a shower facility that are open 24/7. During office hours we sell pizzas and ice cream as well. We have a dump station and water fill-up for campers. We sell firewood. A coin-operated ATV wash station is also available. Rates for the OHV trails start at $10 ($20 for RL4WDs) and campsites start at $20. Trails are open from 8 a.m. to dusk. DNR registration of ATVs is required and DNR requirements for ATV safety certification apply. RL4WD's must be road legal in the state of Wisconsin, have an exhaust system, and 40" or less tire size.
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