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Map of the Stower Seven Lakes State Trail

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Stower Seven Lakes State Trail

Stower Seven Lake State Trail Wisconsin map area

Stower Seven Lakes State Trail

LENGTH:

14 miles

SURFACE:

unpaved - compacted crushed stone

COMMUNITIES:

Dresser, Nye, Wanderoos, Deronda, Amery

HIGHLIGHTS:

rail trail, woodlands, small towns, Wisconsin countryside

NEARBY TRAILS:

Cattail State Trail

South Gandy Dancer State Trail

RELATED LINKS:

Minneapolis, MN

Regional Trails

The Stower Seven Lakes State Trail is a 14-mile long unpaved pathway that extends from a point about 1.5 miles east of Dresser to Amery in Northwestern Wisconsin. The trail was constructed along an abandoned railroad right-of-way and the route goes through thick hardwood forests, past several lakes, over wetlands and across wide open farmland.

Conditions

The Stower Seven Lakes State Trail is unpaved with a surface of compacted crushed stone. The route is fairly straight, the grades are gentle and the route is located away from major roadways. The trail is open for hiking, bike riding and dog walking. A Wisconsin State Trail Pass is required for cyclists over the age of 16.

Communities

The Stower Seven Lakes State Trail goes near the following Wisconsin communities: Dresser, Nye, Wanderoos, Deronda and Amery.

Points of Interest

The Stower Seven Lakes State Trail goes past the following points of interest:

Lotus Lake County Park
Horse Lake
Round Lake
North Twin Lake
South Twin Lake
Soo Line Park
Riverfront Park
End Points

The west end of the Stower Seven Lakes State Trail is located on 90th Avenue near Lotus Lake, southeast of the community of Dresser.

The east end of the trail is located at Soo Line Park on Highway 46 in the middle of Avery. The Cattail State Trail heads off to the east from this location. The Cattail State Trail allows all terrain vehicles and is not included by Walk Ride USA.


Resources

Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Stower Seven Lakes State Trail in Northwestern Wisconsin.

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