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Explore the best rated trails in Two Rivers, WI. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Peebles Trail and Fox River State Trail. With more than 36 trails covering 415 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.
Parked on house Rd. Lots of weeds in the middle of the trail. Goes past a rifle range. Also a cool marsh. Cute things to see in Seymour then it connects to the Duck Creek trail
Rode this today and it was great. Nothing wrong with it. You wouldn't know you're on it until the end because there is no signage until the end and it connects with the Newton Blackmour trail.
The southern terminus is pretty barren, but riders who go 1.1 mile east where the trail crosses Berringer Road and .1 north on Q will find spring water and shade at the Kossuth Artesian Well: https://maps.app.goo.gl/mVP2CHkrpbA7KMrx8?g_st=ic
I like this trail. I think the ozaukee interurban trail has more stops than this one. It does go along the highway but that doesn't bother me. If you're looking for something simple, paved, and not a lot of people this is it.
Super easy to walk. There is a Wheelchair accessible porta potty halfway through the trail. You’ll see lots of geese, ducks & swans. Perfect wide sidewalk for biking & couples or families walking. Plenty of benches all the way down.
The trail is along Lake Michigan and is beautifully paved and landscaped. But being along a four lane highway makes it less enjoyable.
Did the whole Southern segment. Was a decent trail..the usual trail trail..nothing spectacular. The part of the trail running along the water is pretty. Low rating is for the all the horse **** up n down the entire trail. The leaves this time of year really hide the piles.
A very well maintained Trail with services and many parking lots. We experienced a lot of foot and bike traffic especially as we got close to the campgrounds.
This trail is one of the smoothest, well maintained rides in the area. Yes, it is gravel but no washouts or ‘loose’ gravel . Kudos to the people that maintain this beautiful trail.
We rode from Ringle to Weston. Nice ride
This is a great trail. It’s super fun with the small rolling hills n going through the woods. The cabin is cool to see too. U pop out in the state park to see a nice view of Lake Michigan.
Out of all the trails I’ve done, I like this one the least. Half of it’s in town and on side streets with poor signage. Once you hit the gravel part, it’s super shotty for the first 2 miles since they redid culverts n put new gravel in..I’m talking huge sharp stones that are loose. Once u get past that the rest of the decently packed gravel trail runs along the highway. I was also lunged at by some Boxer who was potentially trying to bite my ankle. It was on a leash but the owner could not control it..she just looked at me n walked away.
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