Duck Creek Trail (WI)

Trail Map

Description Suggest an Edit

On the western end, the Duck Creek Trail picks up where the Newton Blackmour State Trail leaves off, that is just east of the town of Seymour at Vanderheuvel Road. Traveling along an old railroad route, the trail passes through a wooded corridor among farms, paralleling State Route 54 and County Road J/Riverdale Drive on its way to Green Bay.

Parking and Trail Access

In Seymour street parking is available.


serene walking trail

   March, 2015 by emeraldcajun

Walked this trail on a sunny Spring day with temps on 30's and loved the serenity of the trail. Saw turkey, deer, rabbit and squirrel tracks and a redtail hawk. Loved the views of the farms. Best part is through the wooded corridor! read more

Don't even try this

   October, 2014 by mellaca

We tried to access the trail from the Hobart/Oneida end point and found this trail to be in total disrepair. One can't even see that there is a trail. A sign is posted the the Oneida nation will be restoring the trail, but no work is evident. Quite disappointing more

Duck Creek Trail - not my style trail

   November, 2013 by trudey

To start I ride a recumbent Trike. This trail though listed as crushed limestone (I have no problems with a good crushed limestone trail) consisted of grass which was not mowed, deteriorating crushed limestone with grass, moss and ruts in it. The trail more