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The CE Trail, one of the longest trails in the Fox Valley region of Wisconsin, links Appleton and Kaukauna along busy County Highway CE. While not particularly scenic, the trail offers access to a number of amenities in those two cities (as well as Kimberly and Combined Locks), including Kimberly High School, Kaukauna High School, restaurants, retail and the local YMCA.
The trail is also convenient to residents of the neighborhoods along County Highway CE; three underpasses and a handful of at-grade crossings provide access to those on the south side of the road. In the west, the CE Trail connects directly to the Newberry Trail, which travels northwest to Appleton’s riverfront. Near the eastern endpoint in Kaukauna, the Konkapot Creek Trail offers a scenic diversion along the adjacent waterway.
Parking for the CE Trail is available in a dedicated lot on Green Way Drive, located just west of Debruin Road in Kaukauna.
To Newberry, konkapot trails. Lots of intersections across some fairly busy roads, and a couple of roundabouts. Pavement is in pretty good shape. Not all that scenic going parallel to CE the entire time.
First off, the CE Trail connects perfectly to the Newberry Trail which can bring you into the center of Appleton. The Trail is a good condition and perfect for walking and biking. Every time I ride on it I see people enjoying it. There are big hills/descents to cross some roads, but it's nothing impossible. It also connects to many other roads like State Park Road, almost all of them are perfect for biking. Overall it serves as a funnel into and out of Appleton while also connecting you to multiple businesses like the Kimberly YMCA and the Recyclist. I use it at least once a month.
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