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|Trail Image||Trail Name||States||Length||Surface||Rating|
The Eisenbahn State Trail gives a nod to Wisconsin’s German heritage in its name—Eisenbahn is German for “railway.” The strict translation, “iron road,” refers to the iron rails originally used as...
|WI||25 mi||Asphalt, Crushed Stone||
The Nicolet State Trail runs for 90 miles through three counties, numerous small communities and Nicolet National Forest in northeastern Wisconsin. Following a former railroad route used by the timber...
|WI||90.1 mi||Cinder, Crushed Stone, Gravel||
The Wild Goose State Trail is a premier rail-trail, spanning approximately 35 miles in Dodge and Fond du Lac counties. If you are looking for a peaceful and beautiful place to visit, this trail has it...
|WI||34.4 mi||Asphalt, Crushed Stone, Dirt, Grass||
Really really liked the trail, I’m in town from Michigan for work and what an awesome way to spend the day. I’ve never road gravel before today and had a blast
Rode from Luxemburg to Kewaunee Fishery. After three days of rain the trail was dry. Most of trail is away from roads and beautiful. Had bonus to watch salmon swimming into fishery. Daughter was fascinated by the salmon.
Picked up trail on Hwy K in Cedar Grove and took it to Kohler-Andre Park. Trails are nicely maintained, restrooms along the way. At Oostburg you are on country road the remainder of the way. Little to no traffic. Also, not very scenic. Kohler-Andre is great.
Biked from Sturgeon Bay to the town of Algoma a little over 34 miles round trip. Absolutely beautiful day. The trail is mostly crushed limestone and mostly flat. Great for beginners. E-bikes would be fine on this trail. The town of Algoma is quaint and friendly and the views of the water and beach is lovely. Visit the Country Cupboard for some unique gifts and the super friendly owner, Katie. Saw turkeys, deer, and wild blueberry bushes, apple trees, and peach trees!! There’s a nice park for a stop in Forrestville with bathrooms. This was a great ride! Will do this trail Again!
We started walking this trail in Gillett at the entrance in the industrial park off of W Park St. The trail is wide, flat and straight. It is well maintained. I noticed a few beer cans littered along the trail. But, mostly this is a VERY clean trail. We enjoyed the canopy covered parts of the trails through the woods, the open fields and the occasional creek or lake views. We went as far as Spice Lake and circled back. The surface of the trail was challenging and varied with different types of rock along the way. Most areas were loose rocks varying is size from tiny pebbles to 1-2" round. You don't get good traction. We only encountered a few ATVs and they were all very respectful...slowing down and allowing plenty of room to pass. Time of day: weekday morning.
We started walking the trail on the corner of S. Main St and W. Oshkosh St near Shawano's downtown. There's ample parking and a trailhead there. We headed west on a 4 mile loop that was indicated on the outdoor map. The trail was flat and easy to navigate, mostly paved with granite. It wasn't a scenic route and wasn't well marked. There were times when the gravel trail ended and you had to walk on the road. We had to refer to the TrailLink map and Google maps often to stay on course.
Went east and west of Loop the Little Lake Trail. East is on mostly side streets to a park. West is only paved halfway and noisy from Hwy 10.
About half the trail is crushed stone, but hard and easy to ride. From the northern end to Lasee Road is paved. Very nice along the river.
Beautiful trail! Easy ride! We ended up doing the whole trail round trip which was just under 30 miles with our kids. Stopped in Maribel on the way back at Gunslinger’s for some much needed fuel(burgers) and more water!
A half of a trail. About 5-6 miles out of town is where the finished very rideable part is. A 11 -12 mile round trip.
The trail is fine gravel… we have electric bikes after 3 miles we turned back. Very disappointed. Worse ride ever… hope we didn’t ruin our motors. Pave the trail or make it dirt but NOT gravel.
I think that this trail was once part of a lost civilization. This is because there has been zero maintenance for years. When I finally found the East entrance, there was tall grass and trees crossing the trail. Very disappointed as I had driven to Oconto just to ride the trails. However, the Copper Culture State Park is a great place to visit.
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