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Bearskin State Trail

18 mi
State: WI
Crushed Stone

Hiawatha Trail (WI)

14 mi
State: WI
Crushed Stone

Mountain-Bay State Trail

83.4 mi
State: WI
Asphalt, Crushed Stone, Dirt, Grass, Gravel

Pine Line Trail

26.2 mi
State: WI
Crushed Stone

Tomorrow River State Trail

29.2 mi
State: WI
Crushed Stone
Accordion

Wiouwash State Trail

41 mi
State: WI
Crushed Stone

Wolf River State Trail

33.4 mi
State: WI
Ballast, Crushed Stone
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
Shimmering lakes and Wisconsin's beautiful North Woods wilderness await you on the Bearskin State Park Trail. The trail provides a splendid journey along an old Milwaukee Road rail corridor that hauled ...
WI 18 mi Crushed Stone
Shimmering lakes and Wisconsin's beautiful North Woods wilderness await you on the Hiawatha Trail. The trail provides a splendid journey along an old Milwaukee Road rail corridor that hauled white pine ...
WI 14 mi Crushed Stone
The Mountain-Bay State Trail runs 83 miles across north-central Wisconsin between Green Bay and Rib Mountain east of Wausau. The trail occupies the old rail corridor of the former Chicago and Northwestern ...
WI 83.4 mi Asphalt, Crushed Stone, Dirt, Grass, Gravel
True to its name, the Pine Line Trail cuts through magnificent stands of white pine on its way from Prentice to Medford. For more than 100 years, the corridor was used by the Wisconsin Central Railroad ...
WI 26.2 mi Crushed Stone
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 ...
WI 29.2 mi Crushed Stone
Wisconsin’s Wiouwash State Trail is named for the four counties it passes through: Winnebago, Outagamie, Waupaca and Shawano. Currently, 41 miles of the rail-trail are open in two disconnected sections, ...
WI 41 mi Crushed Stone
The Wolf River State Trail spans 33 miles along the former Wisconsin Central railroad corridor from Crandon in Forest County to the village of White Lake in Langlade County (not far from the Menominee ...
WI 33.4 mi Ballast, Crushed Stone

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Bearskin State Trail

WI - 18 miles

Shimmering lakes and Wisconsin's beautiful North Woods wilderness await you on the Bearskin State Park Trail. The trail provides a splendid journey along an old Milwaukee Road rail corridor that hauled ...

Hiawatha Trail (WI)

WI - 14 miles

Shimmering lakes and Wisconsin's beautiful North Woods wilderness await you on the Hiawatha Trail. The trail provides a splendid journey along an old Milwaukee Road rail corridor that hauled white pine ...

Mountain-Bay State Trail

WI - 83.4 miles

The Mountain-Bay State Trail runs 83 miles across north-central Wisconsin between Green Bay and Rib Mountain east of Wausau. The trail occupies the old rail corridor of the former Chicago and Northwestern ...

Pine Line Trail

WI - 26.2 miles

True to its name, the Pine Line Trail cuts through magnificent stands of white pine on its way from Prentice to Medford. For more than 100 years, the corridor was used by the Wisconsin Central Railroad ...

Accordion

Pine Line Trail

WI - 26.2 miles

True to its name, the Pine Line Trail cuts through magnificent stands of white pine on its way from Prentice to Medford. For more than 100 years, the corridor was used by the Wisconsin Central Railroad ...

Tomorrow River State Trail

WI - 29.2 miles

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 ...

Wiouwash State Trail

WI - 41 miles

Wisconsin’s Wiouwash State Trail is named for the four counties it passes through: Winnebago, Outagamie, Waupaca and Shawano. Currently, 41 miles of the rail-trail are open in two disconnected sections, ...

Bearskin State Trail

WI - 18 miles

Shimmering lakes and Wisconsin's beautiful North Woods wilderness await you on the Bearskin State Park Trail. The trail provides a splendid journey along an old Milwaukee Road rail corridor that hauled ...

Hiawatha Trail (WI)

WI - 14 miles

Shimmering lakes and Wisconsin's beautiful North Woods wilderness await you on the Hiawatha Trail. The trail provides a splendid journey along an old Milwaukee Road rail corridor that hauled white pine ...

Mountain-Bay State Trail

WI - 83.4 miles

The Mountain-Bay State Trail runs 83 miles across north-central Wisconsin between Green Bay and Rib Mountain east of Wausau. The trail occupies the old rail corridor of the former Chicago and Northwestern ...

Pine Line Trail

WI - 26.2 miles

True to its name, the Pine Line Trail cuts through magnificent stands of white pine on its way from Prentice to Medford. For more than 100 years, the corridor was used by the Wisconsin Central Railroad ...

Accordion

Pine Line Trail

WI - 26.2 miles

True to its name, the Pine Line Trail cuts through magnificent stands of white pine on its way from Prentice to Medford. For more than 100 years, the corridor was used by the Wisconsin Central Railroad ...

Tomorrow River State Trail

WI - 29.2 miles

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 ...

Wiouwash State Trail

WI - 41 miles

Wisconsin’s Wiouwash State Trail is named for the four counties it passes through: Winnebago, Outagamie, Waupaca and Shawano. Currently, 41 miles of the rail-trail are open in two disconnected sections, ...

Wolf River State Trail

WI - 33.4 miles

The Wolf River State Trail spans 33 miles along the former Wisconsin Central railroad corridor from Crandon in Forest County to the village of White Lake in Langlade County (not far from the Menominee ...

Bearskin State Trail

WI - 18 miles

Shimmering lakes and Wisconsin's beautiful North Woods wilderness await you on the Bearskin State Park Trail. The trail provides a splendid journey along an old Milwaukee Road rail corridor that hauled ...

Hiawatha Trail (WI)

WI - 14 miles

Shimmering lakes and Wisconsin's beautiful North Woods wilderness await you on the Hiawatha Trail. The trail provides a splendid journey along an old Milwaukee Road rail corridor that hauled white pine ...

Mountain-Bay State Trail

WI - 83.4 miles

The Mountain-Bay State Trail runs 83 miles across north-central Wisconsin between Green Bay and Rib Mountain east of Wausau. The trail occupies the old rail corridor of the former Chicago and Northwestern ...

Pine Line Trail

WI - 26.2 miles

True to its name, the Pine Line Trail cuts through magnificent stands of white pine on its way from Prentice to Medford. For more than 100 years, the corridor was used by the Wisconsin Central Railroad ...

Accordion

Tomorrow River State Trail

WI - 29.2 miles

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 ...

Wiouwash State Trail

WI - 41 miles

Wisconsin’s Wiouwash State Trail is named for the four counties it passes through: Winnebago, Outagamie, Waupaca and Shawano. Currently, 41 miles of the rail-trail are open in two disconnected sections, ...

Wolf River State Trail

WI - 33.4 miles

The Wolf River State Trail spans 33 miles along the former Wisconsin Central railroad corridor from Crandon in Forest County to the village of White Lake in Langlade County (not far from the Menominee ...

Recent Trail Reviews

Tomorrow River State Trail

November beauty

November, 2016 by greeny

We started in Scandinavia and headed East to Ogdensburg.
Returned to Scandinavia for a picnic by the river before
venturing West for a few miles, then back to the initial spot. Trail was in perfect condition and the scenery
beautiful. November 5th and the temperature was 69 degrees F. We will return, for sure, to explore the remainder of this most inviting trail.

Wiouwash State Trail

beautiful ride

October, 2016 by lisa202000

We rode from Medina to Hortonville and back on this trail at the end of October. (4 miles each way) This was an absolutely beautiful trip with trees draping over the trail most of the way. It also included some beautiful marsh land and some bird filled meadows. There was a port -potty, some sitting areas and a picnic table for lunching in this short stint of the trail. I can't wait to ride this trail again in the summer time.

Bearskin State Trail

Loved it

October, 2016 by trainman57

I rode this trail in Aug. of 2016. I started in Hazelhurst and rode to the northern trailhead in Minocqua. I then rode down to the southern trailhead at highway K and proceeded a few more miles south down the Hiawatha trail before turning back and riding back to Hazelhurst. I rode about 44 miles all together and loved every moment of the ride. There are plenty of rest stops along the way and there is a scenic overlook just north of pinewood golf course where I sat on the bench in the marsh and had an apple. It was a beautiful day and a beautiful ride. I wish I could do that ride every day. I loved it...

Accordion

Bearskin State Trail

Nice trail

September, 2016 by catslave

We road this in late July and I echo everything the last two reviewers mentioned. It's a nice trail, the parking lot on K is not well marked so you have to search, but it's a good ride. Unfortunately the bugs that time of year were FEROCIOUS and if you even paused for a minute you were swarmed. Much better to go in fall!

Mountain-Bay State Trail

Mountain-bay State Trail

September, 2016 by alexgregory

I rode from Howard to Pulaski. Trail was in good shape, but not alot to see.

Tomorrow River State Trail

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, but was well marked, and not a lot of traffic on Sunday afternoon. If you like the beautiful farm fields around central Wisconsin framed by rolling hills of green forest, this is a great trail. Never saw another biker, and the tracks indicated there had been only one other set of bikers all day. We found it well maintained. It was after a wet night so the trail was soft, which made it seem somewhat up hill both ways! We worked coming back from Scandinavia! Glad the sun wasn't out most of the day as there is little shade, and no place outside of businesses in Scandinavia itself to get more water. We did enjoy cooling our feet in the River, though!

Mountain-Bay State Trail

Poor Condition

July, 2016 by deverson_tl

I rode from Shawano to several miles past Bonduel. When you cross HWY 22 about 4.5 miles out of Shawano, you reach a section of the trail where many trees have been cut down on both sides of the trail. The trail is littered with branches and sticks and is not fun to ride. In the middle of this section is a mud hole if it has rained recently. I don't know why they cut down the trees, but they could of cleaned the trail off when they were done. From HWY 22 out past Bonduel there is very little limestone left on the trail. It is basically two ruts to ride on. Sections are wet and slippery. Shawano county should be ashamed of the way they have kept up this trail. People should not have to purchase a trail pass for the Shawano County section because it is so poorly maintained. I will say that several of the bridges have been repaired and have had the loose boards and protruding nails fixed.

Tomorrow River State Trail

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 not connected through Amherst Junction. We did not want to ride on the county roads to find the trail that headed east, so we drove to Amherst and found the trail and parking at Cate Park. We headed east towards Scandanavia. The trail was decent, but no real scenery other than woods and farmland....boring compared to other trails we ride. Once we crossed into Waupaca county (there is a sign telling us of the county line), the trail deteriorated. There were weeds growing unmoved along the edges and in the middle of the trail. We had to weave around them to avoid them. At one point, I looked at a distance and could not tell if the trail was there or totally overgrown in weeds. The weeds were 18 to 24 inches tall and slapped our legs as we drove around them. After 10 miles, we turned around. It is like waupaca county forgot this trail exists. We saw one other biker on this trail on a Wednesday. Don't waste your time here.

The trail I will recommend in the Stevens Point area is the Green Circle Trail. It is 24 miles of ever changing scenery around Stevens Point. This one is well worth taking.

Bearskin State Trail

Enjoyed the Bearskin State Trail

June, 2016 by mleccese1200

We rode the Bearskin Trail, approx. nine miles from Minocqua to South Blue Lake, on June 18, 2016. The trail was well shaded and in good condition. Work is still being done on the Hwy. 51 overpass and, as others have said, it does not hinder moving along the trail. The "rest area" at South Blue Lake is a great place for a picnic, wading in the lake, fresh water, etc.

Tomorrow River State Trail

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, if the ground is dry.

Bearskin State Trail

Trail ready to ride

May, 2016 by jld003

Road the trail on May 13th starting at County K and riding to the highway 51 overpass. The overpass is being replaced, but you can still get through by walking your bike across the bridge. The trail is in good condition with a few soft spots where the ground is low. The south end of the trail is kept pretty clear of branches by volunteer walkers. However, anytime there is a big storm you can expect branches and even trees down on the trail.

The South Blue Lake rest area has to be one of the nicest rest areas on any rail to trail. If you'd like to escape the hustle and bustle of Minocqua, I suggest packing a picnic lunch and eating it here. There are strategically located picnic tables scattered throughout the rest area. There is a well kept outhouse and pump water available as well. If it is summer, you could also pack a swim suit and take a dip in the lake. There is a shallow sandy bottom by the picnic tables.

There is not much in the way of restaurants on the south end of the trail. Ten Point bar and grill is open and you can get a burger there. The trail crosses Church Road where it meets Harshaw road. Ten Point is about a half mile south on Harshaw road. We've also eaten at the Pinewood Golf course, but I'm not sure if they still have a restaurant. To get there, go south on Lakewood road where it crosses the trail.

It is hard to find the parking lot for the trail on County K. The signage is not very well placed. Look carefully or take Harshaw road north and park at Church road. There is a restroom at the County K parking lot but not at Church road.

Pine Line Trail

Gravel? Where"

October, 2015 by martypi507

The first 3 miles of the trail starting at Medford, WI were a solid 4 start for a non-asphalt trail. However, once the crushed limestone ended the trail quickly turned ugly. The trial was either 2 parallel ruts or lush green grass with no solid surface visible. I won't ride this trail again and would not recommend it to others until it receives some tender loving maintenance.

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