Explore the most popular stroller friendly trails in Wisconsin with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

trail running
8 days ago

good trail for running or biking, very flat.

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

Good biking trail

I've walked and biked the length of this trail (in increments) several times, and I love it!
The only downside is that HWY 18/151 runs, at some spots, close to the trail. But the views, especially west of Mt. Horeb, are wonderful year around.

road biking
3 months ago

It’s timer on 9/22, loved this trail!

We love biking on this trail!

walking
4 months ago

Nice park that takes you by the zoo- an alpaca was out to say hello too. Took me 6 years to find out Oshkosh has a sandy beach. Will definitely return- hopefully the mosquitoes will be gone!

road biking
4 months ago

Great views that take into downtown Green Bay.

walking
4 months ago

I love this trail! Great for daily/weekly exercise and many peaceful views along the way through Stevens Point and Plover. Many small trails off of it to explore. The Schmeeckle Reserve section is fun for kids to explore as well. Always see deer and they love how tall the cattails are.

road biking
5 months ago

32 miles RT from North Lake to Menomonie Falls. All paved. Beautiful setting. Great ride!

Nice , but more like a walk in the park , than a hike

Flat through the woods. Best in fall, there are some wetlands so bugs can be an issue in summer. Lunch at Trempeleau hotel is a treat.

walking
5 months ago

Short and sweet.

We were in the area and my husband is a fan of fire towers so definitely had to go. Was a nice walk with great views.

A great place to explore! See all 15 of the worlds cranes. Wonderful wildflowers, great birding. Nature trails lead through prairie and forest and by a swampy area. All your senses will be stimulated along these trails.

trail running
6 months ago

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.

One of many great trails to ride on in and around Madison!!

on Fox River Trail

6 months ago

Great for biking or walking

i agree with directions here. it led me to a street with few parking spots. i travel in an rv so i found a nearby business ..closed on sat so it worked. u did a few miles till i saw signs for the Lake Loop..so i did that. Beautiful city. I rode my Me-Mover ...ended up doing 18 miles

trail running
6 months ago

I utilize this trail to bike from Onalaska to Trempealeau. However, it’s not a very exciting trail—it’s long, flat, and in the summer months there are so many mosquitos. Also, the miles are not marked from the trailhead, which makes it difficult to track progress for running. On the other hand, the trail goes by the river and the marshy lands alongside the train track, so the scenery is nice as long as you load up on bug spray (otherwise you’ll not be paying attention to any of the views).

I won’t knock the trail, though. It’s a good connection to places in between Onalaska and Trempealeau, such as Brice’s Prairie, which has nice road biking. It’s great for family biking because it’s wide and it’s a good place to get a run in. Also, the visitor’s center in downtown Onalaska was just remodeled and it is really nice.

Perfect for biking and running as long as you keep moving to avoid the mosquitos. Great scenery and plenty of trail!

Nice for running or biking. Very clear and straight path. Clusters of bugs because of stagnant water from creek so not great for walks/hiking.

Great loop trail! Walk Wisconsin uses this for an annual marathon in June. And just for the record, you can walk your dog on 90% of it (just not through schemeckle reserve). Green circle trail.com publishes a nice paper map you can find around town too.

road biking
7 months ago

I love this trail. I start at the old depot in Oostburg and it's a short half mile ride south on the street to where the trail connects. I have ridden 13 miles south toward Port Washington so far and it's relatively flat with easy grades. There is about a half mile of road at Cedar Grove and one residential street crossing, and a downtown street crossing in Belgium. I would also note that Belgium has a bike repair station right on the trail with a decently equipped set of tools. This section of trail is very beautiful and I have seen a good bit of wildlife. I always do round trips when I ride unless the trail is a circle.

mountain biking
7 months ago

I have ridden this complete trail 4 or 5 times now from a couple of different starting points and it is quite beautiful and well maintained. The trail passes through a variety of terrain and trail types including on pavement through parks and a couple of streets and road crossings and there is plenty to see. I suggest checking the website before you leave because they keep it right up to date with anything that may affect the trail vondions or route. It's about a 25 mile loop depending on where you start and note that if you are on a road or pavement there will be directional arrows painted on the road to guide you, with an occasional sign. There are a couple of parks that have restroom facilities as you do the trail as well.

mountain biking
7 months ago

hopefully it is 5 stars this is my first time on this trail

7 months ago

We started at the museum of art and did the memorial park loop and the headed north just to/past the beach area past tower drive and back for a 6 mi round trip loop. The oak leaf trail portions that we did were great for rollerblading, there was only one section near the memorial park loop that was not great for blading but not terrible. Would do it again and use different trail to get through memorial park for rollerblading.

A well maintained, wide, flat, smooth trail for biking or walking. The description above is inaccurate, however. The trail is 52 miles long, flat and EASY (it's a former rail corridor, with never more than 3% grade.). See the State DNR's accurate description here: https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/parks/name/glacialdrumlin/

Paved mile trek around a very smelly lake. No thanks. Ideal for strollers.

My husband used to work for the Railroad and was excited to show me, an avid hiker who lived in Oregon, this beautiful trail that once was used for the Railroad. It is a beautiful trail that anyone can use especially if you can’t go on most trails due to a disability.

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