Map of bike paths / walking paths in the Fond du Lac area


Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin

Fond du Lac, Wisconsin map area

Fond du Lac, Wisconsin

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Eisenbahn State Trail

Mascoutin Valley State Trail

Old Plank Road Trail

Peebles Trail

Peebles Trail

Peebles Trail

Prairie Trail

Wild Goose State Trail


Regional Trails

Fond du Lac is situated at the south end of Lake Winnebago in Southeastern Wisconsin. This area is located about 55 miles north of Milwaukee along Interstate 41. the city is the home to the University of Wisconsin Fond du Lac

There are a number of regional recreational trails that span out from the Fond Du Lac area and extend into the Wisconsin countryside as well as local trails within the city.

Fond Du Lac Riverwalk

The Fond Du Lac Riverwalk is a 1-mile long paved pathway along the river's edge that spans between N. Brook Street and Brush Street in the middle of Fond Du Lac. The trail intersects the recreational trail alongside N. Brooke Street near FIDO Dog Park and goes past Hamilton Park and the Fond Du Lac Civic Center.

Mascoutin Valley State Trail

The Mascoutin Valley State Trail is divided into two separate unpaved trails located in Eastern Wisconsin. The 10.9-mile long west section extends between Berlin and Ripon. The 9.7-mile long east section extends from Rosendale to Fond du Lac. These trails were constructed along abandoned railroad right-of-ways. They cross wide open agricultural areas away from traffic and congestion. The surface of the trail is that of crushed limestone.

The west end of the east section of the Mascoutin Valley State Trail is located on N Main Street on the north end of Rosendale. The east end of the east section is located on County Road Vvv just west of Interstate 41 on the northwest side of Fond du Lac.

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Wild Goose State Trail

The Wild Goose State Trail is a 34-mile long unpaved pathway that extends from Fond du Lac to a point along State Route 60 south of Juneau in Southeastern Wisconsin. The trail was constructed along an abandoned railroad right-of-way and wraps around the Horicon National Wildlife Refuge. The route includes farmland, woodlands and wetlands and several small communities. The Horican Marsh is home to over 250 bird species and is teaming with other wildlife as well. The trail has a surface of crushed stone and is open for non-motorized use such as bike riding and hiking.

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Eisenbahn State Trail

The Eisenbahn State Trail is a 25-mile long paved and unpaved trail located to the south of Fond du Lac in Southeastern Wisconsin. The trail extends from Eden to the south side of West Bend in the agricultural area between Fond du Lac and Milwaukee. The trail was constructed along an abandoned railroad right-of-way. It crosses large tracts of farmland and goes through a few local farm communities. 

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Prairie Trail

The Prairie Trail is a 7-mile long paved pathway located on the east side of Fond Du Lac. For much of its route, the trail follows alongside Highway 151. Near it north end, the Prairie Trail connects to the Peebles Trail. Eventually the trail will be extended west to intersect the Wild Goose Trail.

The Prairie Trail currently starts at Reinhardt Court off of Martin Road. There is a small parking area at this location. The north end of the Prairie Trail is located at Winnebago Drive and Highway 151.

Peebles Trail

The Peeble Trail is a 5.6 mile long paved pathway located near the south end of Lake Winnebago. The trail extends between Lakeside Park in Fond Du Lac to Fairfield Drive and Highway WH in Malone.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about recreational trails in the Fond du Lac, Wisconsin area.

Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Wisconsin

Here is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in the State of Wisconsin.