The Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to support mountain bike advocacy, education, sustainable trail development and tourism in the Chequamegon Area in partnership with the USDA Forest Service, local governments and private landowners.
CAMBA is responsible for the developing and managing a regional mountain bike trail system of more than 300 miles in northern Sawyer and southern Bayfield counties of Wisconsin. Trails are based in the towns of Cable, Delta, Drummond, Hayward, Namakagon and Seeley. Trails are located in national and county forests and some private land.
This is a very popular mountain bike trail system. You can access the Namekagon cluster of the CAMBA trail system from the Rock Lake Trail. CAMBA has an excellent detailed trail maps of the cluster. There are also signs along the trails for easy navigation.
There is a $5 day use pass for this recreation site. The Forest also has an annual pass available for $30. To learn more visit https://www.fs.usda.gov/main/cnnf/passes-permits/recreation.
What to expect: The trails beginning at Rock Lake are predominately single track mountain bike trails. The trails traverse steep, difficult terrain, that is for intermediate to expert riding ability. While biking, you can view the many small lakes and scenery of the Rock Lake area.
At a Glance
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Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
|Difficulty Level:||Easy to Intermediate|