Map of bike paths / walking paths in the Green Bay area


Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Green Bay, Wisconsin

Green Bay, Wisconsin map area

Green Bay, Wisconsin

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Ashwaubenon Trail

Ashwaybenon Creek Trail

Baird Creek Trail

Duck Creek Trail

East River Trail

Fox River State Trail

Hidden Valley Park Trail

Meadowbrook Park Trail

Mountain Bay State Trail

U.W.G.B. Trail

West Side Railroad Trail



Regional Trails

Green Bay is located in Brown County in Eastern Wisconsin. The city is situated on Lake Michigan and is home to the Green Bay Packers football team. Green Bay, and the nearby communities of Ashwaubenon, Alluez, Bellevue and De Pere have several paved recreational trails for enjoying the outdoors, getting some exercise or commuting about town. Two major Wisconsin State trails also extend out from Green Bay into the surrounding countryside,

Fox River State Trail

The Fox River State Trail is a 25-mile long pathway that extends from the center of Green Bay to a point 2 miles north of the community of Hilbert. Eleven miles of the Fox River State Trail is paved and the rest is unpaved. The trail was built along an abandoned railroad bed. The trail is open for bike riding and walking.

In Green Bay, the Fox River State Trail follows the banks of the Fox River through the city. The northeast end of the trail is located at Main Street, Highway 141. At this location, there are pedestrian walkways on either side of the bridge for Main Street to cross the river and get to the riverfront trails on the west bank. From this location, the Fox River State Trail heads to the southwest through Green Bay, Allouez and De Pere before heading of into the Wisconsin countryside.

Read more about the Fox River State Trail

Mountain Bay State Trail

Mountain-Bay State Trail is an 83-mile long mostly unpaved pathway that extends from a point in Weston just west of Wausau going east as far as Howard, a community on the north side of Green Bay.  Trail conditions and maintenance vary, but much of the trail is covered with crushed limestone. The trail is maintained by Marathon, Shawano and Brown counties. The trail is open for hiking, bike riding and dog walking.

The southeast end of the Mountain-Bay State Trail is located on Lakeview Drive, just north of Memorial Park in the community of Howard, north of Green Bay.

Read more about the Mountain-Bay State Trail

East River Trail & Baird Creek Trail

The East River Trail is a paved trail system along the East River as it flows through Green Bay, Allouez, Bellvue and De Pere. The trail covers over 6 miles of the urban area and connects several parks. The north end of the East River Trail connects with the Baird Creek Trail that heads off to the east.

The East River Trail extends from Highway 141 to a point southwest of Dickenson Road. the trail goes past the following parks along the way: Joannes Park, East River Park, Eastlawn Park, Green Isle Park and Parkway Riverview Park.

Baird Creek Trail extends from the junction with East River Trail at Joannes Park to the east to a point just west of Interstate 43.

Duck Creek Trail & Newton Blackmour State Trail

The Duck Creek Trail is a 6.5-mile long unpaved pathway that extends from Vandenheubel Road to Riverdale Drive to the north of State Highway 54 between Seymour and Hobart to the west of Green Bay. The trail was constructed along an abandoned railroad corridor and travels across open farmland with few road crossings.

The west end of the Duck Creek Trail hooks up with the Newton Blackmour State Trail in Seymour. The Newton Blackmour State Trail is a 22-mile long unpaved rail trail that reached as far as New London.

Read more about the Newton Blackmour State Trail


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trail in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

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.