Tara Lila, LLC is a private woodland conservancy company engaged in the development and care of non-motorized trail systems for public use. There are three different park units located in the Three Lakes and Sugar Camp townships in Oneida County, and Lincoln township in Vilas County.
The Sundstein Road Unit is a 700 acre park with an expansive network of hiking /snowshoe trails and hosts several miles of the Three Eagle Trail. Year round access is located at the Three Eagle Trail trailhead at 128 Sundstein Road in Eagle River. A fall / winter entrance ¼ mile south of that trailhead leads to a parking and rest area with immediate access to the trail system. Facilities include the all-season Rulseh Shelter, an information kiosk, a privy, and water in season. The fall / winter entrance is open from Labor Day weekend to the end of the snowshoe season.
At 120 acres the Section 9 Road Unit is the smallest of Tara Lila’s parks but contains all the diversity of the larger units. The entrance is located at 4650 Section 9 Road in Eagle River. Its trails provide several miles of hiking an snowshoe recreation and this unit hosts a portion of the Eagle River Section of the Three Eagle Trail featuring the 660’ Four Women Boardwalk. Facilities include the all-season Currie Shelter, an information kiosk, a privy, and water in season.
At 750 acres the Ripco Road Unit is the largest of Tara Lila’s conservancy parks. The park offers a wide range of recreation opportunities including hiking, snowshoeing, back-country skiing, and fatbiking on over 10 miles of trail. This park is notable for its stunning topography and the diversity of its woodland types. The parking area is located at 7550 Ripco Road south of Eagle River and has an information kiosk and water in season.
There are no fees for use of the Tara Lila trail systems. Unauthorized motor vehicles are prohibited. Pets are allowed.