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Explore the best rated trails in Ashwaubenon, WI. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Baird Creek Trail and Fox River State Trail . With more than 30 trails covering 483 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
We really enjoyed this trail. It zig zagged around the industrial park & we found the trail nice & smooth. Enjoyed taking a detour on Cypress so we could see the back side of the airport. kind of cool to be at the end of the runway when the planes take off
We enjoy taking visitors on this trail because it shows the beauty of Baird Creek and then ends up in downtown Green Bay, where you can then hook up on the “Packers Heritage Trail. Here you will find a gallery of the 25 commemorative plaques located on the Packers Heritage Trail (City Walk), the Packing Plant Spur and the Lambeau-Lombardi Spur. It’s a fun easy ride. Combining both trails is a fun way to spend an afternoon riding an easy trail. (shady way on the Braid Creek Trail)
This is a very nice short trail within the City of Green Bay. Although while on the trail, it is peaceful & not busy. Great way to get across town.
First of all, the map on TrailLink doesn't show that the two trails are easily accessible via city streets in Two Rivers and the route is marked. This trail needs your attention at all times, with tricky turns and rougher terrain. The park at the north end is beautiful with views of Lake Michigan, but a majority of the trail is inland, with wooded views. When in Two Rivers head to the beach park, it is a WOW with phenomenal beach frontage and a large park for picnic areas.
Recently rode this trail two times. Stayed in Two Rivers and headed into Manitowoc for dinner and lunch. Stupendous views, beautifully landscaped with floral gardens and easy access to the downtown areas of both cities.
Wash out and loose gravel.
There's one spot about 4 miles west of Oneida where there's a tree completely covering the trail. There are a couple other spots too where some trail management needs to get done.
Went from Oshkosh to Hortonville for a total of 44 miles. Very good shape and little bike traffic. Really enjoyed the ride. Limited amenities along the trail.
Traveled in July 2023. Very well maintained and no washouts.
It's not listed on the map, but Black Creek has a small pavilion, water fountain with a bottle filler and pet bowl, and a bike repair station. Let the water run for a few seconds to cool off.
I took a few rides on the trail segments between Laona and Wabeno, and riders should know that although this is a mixed use trail, its primary purpose is unquestionably to serve the ATV riding community. I would not even attempt a ride with anything less than really wide mountain bike tires, and if I had to do it again, I'd prefer using a fat bike. The surface where I rode is a groomed and coarse gravel/sand combination which makes things pretty "floaty," if you know what I mean. If you stick close to the trail edges, you'll do much better. Also, your best bet is to ride no more than two days after a rainfall, otherwise it'll be a bit of a dusty ride when ATVs go cruising by.
If you are looking for a straight, flat trail with large and loose gravel, this one is a solid 10, but in reality, I don't thing many cyclist (of any style) would enjoy themselves on it and would rate it a 2 or 3.
On a more positive note, there were tons of singing birds!
We rode the southern portion of this trail in early June 2023. We had hoped to find parking at the southern trailhead. There was only a narrow county road in which to park. We drove North about 2.5 miles and parked by local businesses that paralleled the trail. It also allowed for indoor facilities pre and post ride. Portions of the trail on the very southernmost end are rutted from large equipment, that was likely driven on the gravel when it was wet. It wasn't unrideable, just slow going. We did 15 miles up and back. There was one outhouse about 8 miles north. The trail is well maintained gravel then turns into paved asphalt with another outhouse about 15 miles north.
I absolutely love this stretch of the trail. Beautiful scenery and solid.
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