Copper Culture Trail


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Copper Culture Trail Facts

States: Wisconsin
Counties: Oconto
Length: 1.1 miles
Trail end points: Van Hecke Ave. and US 41 and McDonald St. and US 41
Trail surfaces: Crushed Stone
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 7852439


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Copper Culture Trail Description

The Copper Culture Trail provides a critical off-road connection between the 8-mile Oconto River State Trail and Copper Culture State Park in Oconto. The 40-acre park offers picnic areas and access to the Oconto River for boaters, and visitors can learn about the unique history of the Native American archaeological site at the park's museum.

The trail also connects to Oconto’s quiet residential streets at its southern end, allowing trail users to travel closer to the heart of the small city. From the Oconto River State Trail, the Copper Culture Trail also extends north along US 41 for a short distance before ending at Van Hecke Avenue on both sides of the highway.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking for the Copper Culture Trail can be found in dedicated lots at the ends of Van Hecke Avenue, both north and south of US 41. Additional parking is available at Copper Culture State Park on Copper Culture Way.

Copper Culture Trail Reviews

too rough!

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.

Bicycles are banned.

Wife and I live in Oconto, currently. You used to be able to bike in Copper Culture park but they put up "no bicycles" sign, so bicycles are not allowed there anymore.
So now there is mainly Pecor Street which is bicycle and walking specific and the rest is streets.
Don't know why bicycles are banned... We never heard of complaints. Trails were not ripped up.

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