Map of the Devil River State Trail

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Devil River State Trail

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Devil River State Trail

LENGTH:

14.6 miles

SURFACE:

unpaved - crushed stone

COMMUNITIES:

Denmark, Maribel, Francis Creek, Rockwood

HIGHLIGHTS:

rail trail, Wisconsin countryside, farmland, woodlands, rural communities, historic railroad trestle bridges

RELATED LINKS:

Green Bay

Regional Trails

The Devil River State Trail is a 14.6-mile long unpaved pathway that spans between Denmark and Rockwood, around 16 miles south of Green Bay in Eastern Wisconsin. The trail was constructed along an abandoned railroad corridor and goes past farmland and wooded sections as well as rural communities. The route includes two historic railroad trestle bridges that cross the Devil River or tributaries.

Conditions

The Devil River State Trail is unpaved with an improved surface of crushed stone. The trail is open for bike riding, running and walking. The trail is open in winter and snowmobiles are allowed when there is adequate snow. The route is very rural and the trail is located away from major roads with relatively few road crossings.

Communities

The Devil River State Trail goes past the following communities: Denmark, Maribel, Francis Creek, Rockwood and Manitowoc.

Points of Interest

The Devil River State Trail goes past the following points of interest:

Denmark Village Memorial Park
Maribel Lions Park
Francis Creek Park
End Points

The north end of the Devil River State Trail is located at E. Pine Street and Railroad Avenue in Denmark.

The south end of the trail is located along Rockwood Road, 1/3 mile east of County Road R near Manitowoc.


Resources

Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Devil River State Trail in Eastern Wisconsin.