Winding across some of Wisconsin's finest farmland, this scenic trail links the shores of Lake Michigan with the rugged terrain of the Northern Kettle Moraine State Forest and the Ice Age National Scenic Trail. It connects the county's small cities, towns, and villages with some of Wisconsin's most popular and attractive outdoor recreational areas and visitor destinations.
Parking and Trail Access
Free parking is available at four trailheads located along the trail.
Let me start by clarifying the somewhat conflicting reviews and say that this trail is all asphalt from start to finish. We rode the trail from the East to West and the first 7 miles is in very good condition. Then the trail has some uneven surfaces, ...
Old Plank Road Trail
This trail is so so. It is poorly maintained and because motorized vehicles travel on it the trail is bumpy and has some potholes. Not recommended for bicycling.
"This is an all asphalt trail, which I was not used to. I usually ride on crushed limestone. The trail starts out by Greenbush with several large hills and then settles into smaller rolling hills.
The trail was well maintained and I would recommend ...