Map of the Newton Blackmour State Trail


Newton Blackmour State Trail

Newton Blackmore State Trail Wisconsin map area

Newton Blackmour State Trail


22 miles


unpaved - compacted crushed stone, natural


New London, Shiocton, Black Creek, Seymore


rail trail, Wisconsin countryside, farmland, woods, small communities


Duck Creek Trail




Regional Trails

The Newton Blackmour State Trail is a 22-mile long unpaved pathway that extends from New London to Seymour in Eastern Wisconsin. The trail was constructed along an abandoned railroad right-of-way and goes through the beautiful Wisconsin countryside, past farmland, woodlands and wetlands. At its eastern end the trail joins the Duck Creek Trail which adds another 6.4 miles to the route and extends to the outskirts of Green Bay.


The Newton Blackmour State Trail is unpaved with a surface of compacted crushed limestone. The trail is open for bike riding, hiking and running in months without snow. Snowmobiles are allowed on the trail when there is enough snow.


The Newton Blackmour State Trail goes past the following communities: New London, Shiocton, Black Creek and Seymour.

Points of Interest

The  goes past the following points of interest:

Shiocton Elementary School
Shiocton Lake Park
Mack Creek Wildlife Area
Black Creek Elementary & Middle School
Veteran's Park
End Points

The west end of the Newton Blackmour State Trail is located at the end of Liberty Hall Road in New London.

The east end of the trail is located at Van Denheuvel Road on the east side of Seymore. This is the point where it meets the Duck Creek Trail.

The east end of the Duck Creek Trail is located off of Riverdale Drive in Hobart.


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