Old Stone Bridge Trail is a 3.9 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Appleton, Wisconsin that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking, trail running, and road biking and is best used from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 3.9 mi Elevation gain 59 ft Route type Loop
Dogs on leash Wheelchair friendly Kid friendly Stroller friendly Road biking Walking Running Paved River No shade
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Facilities

parking lot at the trailhead near Brewster Village

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Amelia Bradley
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Michelle Henrikson
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Andy Kannenberg
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Jason Chastain
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Walking

The wooded portion of the trail (with the bridge in it) is perfect for my 2-year-old. He loves the water and the tree cover keeps it nice and cool, even on a hot day.

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mike rose
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this was just okay. it was not my favorite but it was a really hot day so I was glad I did this

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Stephanie Fox
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Not much shade, lots of traffic, not much nature to enjoy. Very easy to traverse. I guess i’d go here if i lived in the area and wanted to get in a decent easy quick jog, but thats about it.

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Kassie Baehnman
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Running

Great paved path, varying shade and sun exposure. I went after rush hour (around 6:45p) and the distractions of cars and traffic was gone! Ran into a few people but it was enjoyable and quiet. As stated in other reviews, it is surrounding FVTC so there are parking lots and roads that this trail goes along/through. I wanted to go further (the loop I saw was not 3.9 mi) so went over the bridge overpass and did a little loop through the casaloma conservancy, then back over the bridge to finish the loop. This added about a mile totaling 3.47mi.

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Jade Coon
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Hiking

It’s a nice trail, with nice scenery and my dog loves it :) be prepared to walk past Fox Valley Tech and partially in parking lot. But the nature part of the trail is pretty!

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Phil Ramlet
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Easy trail with asphalt surface. Red trail indicated is only 2.5 miles

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Brian Keechle
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Running

It's a great little running trail, i saw all types of birds and even a little rabbit on my 2nd lap. Yes there is traffic noise, and yes you do run through the FVTC parking lot, but it is a inner city trail, not a wesrern widerness trail.

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Greg Forton
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Hiking

If you take the trail that is in red. It’s only 2 miles much of it is paved or parking lot. You can extend the trail not going over the highway bridge which is more wooded.

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Alisha Allen
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This is a short trail, but a nice option in the middle of the city. It’s peaceful and quiet. Love that my dog can come with. Kids love the park it’s attached to.

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Nick Hietpas
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Walking

If you're looking for a place to just walk between classes or on a lunch break. This'll do the trick. Otherwise its not good for much else. Loud from the city and and short loops.

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Stephanie W
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Easy and flat. Peaceful in many parts but there is City noise and views. Are use it each time I come to town which is twice a year. One of the few places with asphalt instead of concrete.

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Jeremy Oakes
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Walking

This is a pretty short trail but it's a great little walk. The old stone bridge mentioned in the name is a tranquil spot with with water trickling underneath. I only did the 0.2 section south of the FVTC.

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Lisa VonPoppenheim
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Walking

Super short and in the middle of town. You walk along a few roads and behind some business. The trees area was about 100 yds

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Debbie Bushman
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Hiking

Nice trail if you don't mind a short stint through the FVTC parking lot and some highway noise. Walk through the conservatory / nature preserve on both sides of the highway. I stood almost face to face with a deer. Lots of wild flowers. Nice little adventure.

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Sarah Steinmetz
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Walking
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We did not walk the whole thing, probably about a mile. The beginning is very pretty with the trees, old stone bridge, and creek. It also has access to the Outagamie County Insane Asylum Cemetery. We turned around at the south entrance to FVTC.

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Shantel Coe
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Tyler Norton
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Lauren Reinhalter
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Lauren Reinhalter
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Gabe Retzlaff
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Alannah Bull
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Kelly Bloemer
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Sue Heiser
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Shannon Haggerty
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Melanie Hancock
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Sue Heiser
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Leon Mills
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