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Map of the Fox River State Trail

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Fox River State Trail

Fox River State Trail Wisconsin map area

Fox River State Trail

LENGTH:

25 miles

SURFACE:

paved / unpaved

COMMUNITIES:

Green Bay, De Pere, Greenleaf, Forest Junction

HIGHLIGHTS:

Downtown Green Bay, Fox River, Heritage Hill State Park, Voyager Park, Freitag Memorial Park

RELATED LINKS:

Green Bay

Appleton

Regional Trails

The Fox River State Trail is a 25-mile long paved and unpaved pathway that extends from downtown Green Bay to a point north of the community of Hilbert in Eastern Wisconsin. The trail was constructed along an abandoned railroad corridor. There are lovely views of the waterfront along the Fox River within the city. The southern portion of the trail crosses the open countryside going past farms and numerous creeks.

Conditions

The Fox River State Trail has paved and unpaved section. The first 11 miles of the trail in the Green Bay area is paved. The pavement ends at Lasee Road and the trail has a crushed limestone surface.

The remainder of the trail has a crushed limestone surface. Once you are out of the city, there are few road crossings and the route takes you away from traffic and congestion. A Wisconsin State Trail Pass is required for cyclists and skaters over the age of 16.

Communities

The Fox River State Trail goes past the following communities: Green Bay, De Pere, Greenleaf and Forest Junction.

Points of Interest

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

Confluence of the East River & Fox River
Leicht Memorial Park
Howe Elementary School
Heritage Hill State Park
Voyager Park
Optimist Park
Susie C Altmayer Elementary School
Freitag Memorial Park
End Points

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.

The southwest end of the trail is located at Ott Road at 0.2 miles east of Route 32 at 2 miles north of Hilbert. There is no trailhead at this location.


Resources

Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the communities and trails mentioned in this article.

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