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The Pine River Trail winds on an abandoned railroad corridor between Richland Center and Lone Rock in scenic Richland County. Trail users are treated to stunning views of river bluffs, marshland and dense woodlands, as well as famous Wisconsin farmland. The Pine River, of course, is never far away from the trail that shares its name.
The trail is paved in Richland Center—the birthplace of Frank Lloyd Wright—but transitions to crushed limestone at Bohmann Drive. That surface continues all the way to Lone Rock. Krouskop Park, the northern trailhead in Richland Center, features a playground, baseball diamonds, picnic shelters, and tennis and basketball courts.
Parking for the Pine River Trail is available in Richland Center at Krouskop Park on N. Jefferson Street. Additional parking and restrooms can be found in Twin Bluffs where the trail crosses Twin Bluff Drive.
In Gotham, parking is available at a city park one block south of the trail on Fulton Street. In Lone Rock, park at the southern trailhead on W. Richland Street.
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