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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||
We were enjoying the wonderful trail in Portage County (Plover to past Amherst) Everything was well maintained, and all the trees that had come down in the storms last week were cut, moved, and we had full trail access. We knew the moment we hit Waupaca County. 3 foot tall weeds sprouted in the middle of the trail, and things were not as pristine. After having to dismount bikes several times to navigate around trees, we made the decision to turn around. Very disappointing!
My wife and I consider this our "home" trail. We do it several times per year. One of the attractions is the large pond on both sides of the trail north of Maribel. It's appearance is different each visit. There is also parking in Rockwood at the trail end but no facilities until you get to Francis Creek.
Love this trail. Not difficult. Lots of places to stop and enjoy the peace and quiet.
The trail passes beautiful woods, swampy areas, and farmland. The trail is extremely smooth and my road bike went over it just fine. The trail is almost as wide as a road lane in many areas, and it's barely populated, making it perfect for biking with kids. Lots of black raspberries along the trail this time of year. The bridge about 2.5 miles out from Denmark is gorgeous and much higher up than I expected! The kids loved it!
Took my first ride on this trail from Birnamwood to Eland where it crosses the Mountain Bay trail. Great ride and despite recent heavy rains it was dry and firm. Will take this trail further as time permits.
Used just two days ago and found very disappointing. I started at the trailhead on Lakeview Drive in Howard. Great ride on crushed limestone until I was 3.5 miles in. The limestone disappeared and I was biking on a swampy, thick, muddy “trail.” About .5 miles later I was back on crushed limestone, but it wasn’t long before I found myself in mud, again. I recall having this problem last summer, but not nearly as bad. Poorly maintained. Hope they add more limestone soon.
Smooth ride, great views, but LOTS of traffic noise. A highway runs next to the trail and was very distracting.
The trail is a fun ride from Wausau to Green Bay. There are some scenic views and it is a very easy ride. We did this as a one day pilgrimage to our temple (Lambrusco Field). It is interesting how differently the three counties maintain their sections of the trail. Marathon and Brown do a very nice job, but the stretch through Shawano county is riddled with poor conditions at times. However, even at its worst it is still a fun ride.
My boyfriend and I have taken up parts of the trail and walked them. Winter and summer. Love the beauty of the trail. Just completed a 32 mile bike ride using the trail from neenah to hortonville.
Love this trail as it is close by... some big ruts need fixing and horse riders need to clean up after themselves. Otherwise... love it!!
Nice ride for the first warm day of the season. Did about 10 miles from Sturgeon Bay area to Forestville dam. Only saw 6 others...and 8 turtles lined up in the sun on a pond log. Trillium in full bloom.
This trail is not maintained appropriately. If on a bike, be prepared to swerve and duck branches and growth. It’s a mess. You can tell when you leave the Newton Blackmour stretch and begin the Duck Creek portion of the trail. Messages left to Oneida volunteering to help maintain the trail have gone unanswered. Disappointing.
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