Tomorrow River State Trail

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The Tomorrow River State Trail runs for nearly 30 miles between the Wisconsin towns of Plover and Manawa, linking with the communities of Scandinavia, Ogdensburg and Amherst Junction. There is a separate adjacent path for horseback riders, who (along with cyclists) need a state pass to use the trail (age 16 and older). Snowmobilers, cross-country skiers and snowshoers use the trail during winter. The trail passes through gently undulating terrain among Wisconsin's bucolic countryside, following an old railroad route.

There is a 1-mile gap in Amherst Junction between Alm Road and County Highway Q (2nd St.), which can be bridged via local roads. On the west end of the trail in Plover, you can pick up Stevens Point's Green Circle Trail system.

Parking and Trail Access

You can access the trail in Plover, Amherst Junction, Scandinavia, Ogdensburg and Manawa. Find trailheads off Twin Towers Road in Plover, Cate Park in Amherst and the SR 49 overpass in Scandinavia. All Portage County trailhead parking areas have room for horse trailers as does a parking lot on Custer Road. Additional parking and public restrooms are available at Lake Emily County Park.

For more information, contact Portage County Parks in Stevens Point or Waupaca County Parks in Waupaca.

Reviews

Peaceful Farm, Field and Forest Trail

   July, 2016 by jane.dumke

After reading the last couple reviews we were a little bit leery about this Trail but we found it to be pleasant, deserted, through beautiful fields and trees. We rode from Amherst Junction just past Scandinavia. The first 1.5 miles was on county highways, ...read more

Not one I would recommend

   June, 2016 by laljj

My wife and I like to try new bike trails and take in different scenery along the way. This trail was a big disappointment for us. We drove to Amherst Junction (not Amherst the next town). There we unloaded our bikes and soon realized that the trail was ...read more

Sunny, Country Trail, Badly Maintained

   June, 2016 by pameladebutler

This is a mainly open, flat, country trail. Scenery is mainly trees and forest with some deer grazing. Lots of brush, high grass and weeds and some sandy areas make it less than ideal for cycling. Very little shade makes it a nice trail for the fall, ...read more